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‘Dude, what are you doing?’ — An ex-boyfriend’s reaction to being accused of sexual assault

Posted by MTV News on Thursday, December 30, 2018 06:21:26In the early 2000s, a man named Chris Wray accused former New York Mets pitcher and current New York Giants general manager Brian Sabean of sexual misconduct, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court in Brooklyn, New York.

Sabean’s defense team argued that Wray was lying about his sexual encounters with Sabean, according the New York Daily News.

The case was settled out of court, and the two men are still good friends.

Wray, in a statement, said he “deeply regrets” his actions, but said he has learned from his mistakes.

“While I deeply regret the hurt I caused my former teammate and friend, I now know that my actions were not what I thought they were,” he said.

“I was wrong.

I deeply apologize to my former teammates, coaches, teammates and the entire Giants organization for what I’ve done.

I’m grateful that I was wrong.”

Sabean declined to comment to the Daily News on the lawsuit.

The former baseball star’s attorney, Paul Singer, called the allegations “disturbing and disgusting.”

He said Wray will not defend himself against the lawsuit, and Wray’s representatives declined to respond to a request for comment.

“The allegations against Brian Sabine were made against Brian Wray, not him,” Singer said in a prepared statement.

“Wray will make his own decision on whether to file an appropriate defense.

The only thing that matters is his right to defend himself and his reputation.

We will not be participating in any further litigation.”

Sabine, 61, has played for the Giants since 2011.

Why don’t you want to eat grass? A guide to the new laws around greening your gardens

Posted October 04, 2018 12:29:11The Australian Government is cracking down on grassland ecosystems that it considers to be ecologically vulnerable.

The Government has announced a number of new laws, including one that will allow landowners to apply for a special environmental protection zone (EPZ) to protect their greenbelt land from erosion, water pollution, and invasive species.

The new EPZ will be made up of a range of land management laws, which includes the National Parks and Wildlife Act, and the Wildlife Management Act.

These laws are supposed to be designed to protect “environmental, recreational, economic, and social values” in the land, but it’s not clear whether the EPZ laws will apply to the land currently under the management of the NSW Government.

While the EPB is intended to protect ecological and cultural values, it is also being used to enforce the laws that are being put into place.

It is also expected that the EPO will apply, as it does for other land management programs, such as the National Heritage Area.

The EPO is also a major piece of legislation that the NSW government is trying to implement, and it will be in effect until at least 2019.

The NSW government has already applied for the EPPZ, but there are a number reasons why it will not be available until 2019.

It will not have the necessary statutory approval from the National Environment Protection Authority (NEPA), the Australian Conservation Foundation, and a range, including the Australian Council for the Environment and Heritage.

It will also not be able to get a land use planning permit, which is required to set aside areas of land for biodiversity.

The Government says that the proposed EPZ is needed because the NSW Environment Protection Agency (EPA) is struggling to find land to protect.

The EPA is currently working with the NSW Department of Planning and Planning (DSPP) to identify land suitable for the proposed new EPP.DSPS spokesman and former NSW Environment Minister Michael McCormack said that there are already large amounts of land that are already managed for biodiversity, but he also noted that the existing EPZ area is only a few hectares and that it will only be able “to protect a few” areas of the state.

The State Government has already announced a range and a number that will be used for the new EPO.

“The EPP is a way of ensuring that land managed for a range that is being developed will not become a new EP zone and it does not apply to any other areas that are currently managed for that purpose,” said McCormack.

“It is not a new environmental protection area and it’s a statutory protection area.”

The EPZ law also applies to all other areas of NSW land managed by the NSW EPA, which would include land that is already managed by an Australian Conservation Fund, a Natural Heritage Authority, or a Land Management Agency.

McCormack said the EPPA had previously considered applying for a similar land management zone, but “there was no land available in the EPZA area”.

“There was a real concern that the EPA would only be going after one area and we’re concerned that the amount of land already managed could be affected by that,” he said.

“We’re also concerned about the lack of consultation between the EPPO and the NSW DSPP and the EPA.”

It’s important to note that the EPPZ law applies to land that the State Government already owns, so it would only affect the land owned by the State government.

The proposed EPO law is expected to be introduced in July 2019, with the EPW legislation coming into effect in July 2020.

In a statement on its website, the NSW Environmental Protection Agency said the new law would help protect the environment in NSW by: “reducing the environmental damage caused by road and highway development” and “increasing access to natural resources”.

“We are currently in the process of planning and developing a draft EPZA in consultation with landowners, regional and State governments, Aboriginal communities and local communities,” the EPA said.

“Once this work is complete, the EPZI will be a statutory instrument for all NSW Government and State Government land management.”

It was not clear when the EPOB would be in place, or if the EPOA would apply.

‘It’s a real shame’: Environmental protection organisation slams ‘disgusting’ ‘unnecessary’ environmental protections

In a recent speech to a business audience, an environmental protection organisation called the Environment Canada’s Eco-Defence Task Force condemned the way Canada’s environmental protection agencies have been treated over the past three years.

In a presentation, the Eco-Defense Task Force called the recent changes to the government’s Environmental Protection Act (EPA) a “disgusted, unneeded and unnecessary” change.

The EPA’s rules have been changed to protect corporate interests, it said.

It said the changes will likely have a negative impact on the environment, with a loss of “quality” jobs for the country’s manufacturing sector.

“We’re very much concerned about the loss of quality jobs that have been lost, including manufacturing jobs that rely on having these rules to protect them,” said Marc Delorey, an executive director at Eco- Defense.

“And that’s why we’re urging the government to take the necessary steps to ensure that the government is protecting these jobs in the environment,” he said.

The Environmental Defence task force also urged Canada’s environment minister to suspend the “essential” regulations that were recently announced by Environment Canada to protect industrial properties.

“The essential regulations were not implemented in a timely manner,” said Delorex, noting that the changes are expected to be finalized in the coming months.

The task force called on the government “to halt the process of issuing this essential regulations and to ensure proper safeguards are in place.”

Environment Canada spokesperson Catherine LeBreton said the agency is committed to protecting Canadians’ environment, and has taken steps to help protect the environment in the wake of the March 2015 spill of a large oil spill.

“In response to the spill, we have reviewed all essential regulations to ensure they comply with the requirements of the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Act and are in line with the law, including the requirement for a safe workplace,” LeBreon said.

“Those are the regulations that we are working to meet and we will continue to do so.”

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The NFL playoffs have just begun, but it’s already starting to get messy.

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Scientists warn of ‘unprecedented’ threat of climate change from CO2 emissions

Scientists say the human race will have to adapt to rising CO2 levels in order to prevent the world from being “unequally divided” into “carbon-free” and “carbon free” countries.

The World Bank and other international bodies have warned that a warmer world would be “inevitable” by the end of the century, with potentially catastrophic consequences for global agriculture and food production.

But scientists are concerned about the potential impact on our food security, which has been threatened by climate change.

They warn that a rise in CO2 concentrations would mean that “farming and food-processing systems will be affected”.

They also warn that the “polarisation” of the planet could be even more severe than previously thought, with parts of the world potentially facing severe weather, floods, droughts and other “climate-related threats”.

The researchers, from the World Bank, and others, published a paper in Nature on Tuesday that says: “Climate change poses an existential threat to global agriculture, and we need to be on the front lines of tackling it.”

The scientists warn that warming temperatures will mean: The risk of increased crop losses; A loss of the ability to grow crops such as wheat and rice, the major staple crops for the developing world, because of the heat.

They say: “In addition to food security concerns, CO2 increases are likely to have impacts on other key aspects of food security.”

The researchers also warn of a “massive and persistent” reduction in crop yields that could affect people’s livelihoods and the sustainability of farming.

The researchers say: The warming of the climate and the growing frequency of droughms could cause a huge shift in food production patterns.

This could make it harder to produce enough food to meet global demands for both food and energy, as well as the social and political impacts of food shortages.

They also say the increased risk of crop loss could cause “extreme disruptions” to global trade.

The scientists say that “even without mitigation measures, the CO2 increase will have an enormous impact on food security”.

They warn: “This is a global challenge and a global security challenge.

The world has to make a strong decision now.”

Source TechRadars article Scientists warn that ‘inevitability’ of rising CO 2 levels could mean ‘inequitable’ world If the world does not take action, the researchers warn that “the ‘perennial cycle’ of CO2 warming will continue and the human species will be able to adapt, even though we are in the midst of a climate emergency”.

“If we do not act, we risk the world being unequally divided into carbon-free and carbon free countries,” they said.

“In other words, it is very likely that the world will be in the carbon-neutral zone for the foreseeable future.”

“We do not yet know how the climate will respond to a CO2 rise of around 3-4% [and] the risks are not yet fully quantified,” they added.

“However, if we do have a situation of increasing CO2, it could be a very significant threat to the survival of the human population.”

The paper’s co-author, Joost van den Berghe, a senior researcher at the World Resources Institute, said: “The ‘peregrine crisis’ is already here.

We can’t wait for another ‘peretrain’ to come and we’re already seeing that with the rapid spread of CO 2 .”

The researchers wrote: “We need to get the climate under control as quickly as possible and avoid further CO2 amplification.

In addition to the human welfare, the planet’s resources and food security are at stake.”

They added: “A large CO2 spike would mean significant impacts on food production and consumption, economic and political crises in countries, and the possibility of global famines.”

The World Resources Council said the researchers had a “deeply nuanced understanding” of climate science, adding: “They provide the most rigorous, in-depth and detailed analysis to date of the global CO2 cycle.”

It said the scientists had already found “significantly increased” CO2 in the atmosphere, but the researchers “dramatically underestimate” the amount of CO3 in the Earth’s atmosphere.

“These estimates are based on an assumption that CO2 remains at levels in the past, but this assumption has significant uncertainties, particularly in the case of future CO2,” it added.

‘Climate change is irreversible’ The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) warned that the risks of rising atmospheric CO2 were already clear.

Climate scientists have already predicted that the climate is becoming more extreme, and they are also warning that there is an inevitable link between rising CO² and warmer weather.

An eco-crisis: How will India meet its carbon emission targets?

A new study has projected that by 2030, India’s CO2 emissions could reach over 10 million metric tons.

The study, titled An eco (eco-c)risis, will be presented at the Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa on Saturday.

It is the latest in a series of studies that highlight the importance of taking a comprehensive approach to tackling climate change and tackling CO2.

The study, which was prepared by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSEC) of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Pune, found that India could meet its climate change emissions targets with a “sustainable and sustainable” carbon pricing scheme, with the cheapest and most cost-effective emissions to come from renewable energy.

India is set to surpass its targets to cut its CO2 intensity by 10 per cent by 2030 from its current levels.

It will also meet its targets for reducing emissions from land use change, including deforestation and grazing.

The CSEC study found that a carbon pricing regime that is based on the “equilibrium” price of carbon, would help India to meet its CO 2 emissions targets and could provide an effective alternative to the existing policy framework.

“The government has proposed a carbon price, but what is a carbon priced scheme, a carbon-based policy, and what is the right way to structure it?” said Dr. Gopal Yadav, chairperson of the Centre’s CSEC group.

“What is the best way to deal with the emissions that we are putting out?”

India is already in the top 5 countries in terms of CO2 per capita.

The country is estimated to emit almost 20 per cent of its CO3 emissions by 2030.

But a carbon based policy, where all emitters are paid based on their carbon footprint, could help curb the rise in the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere.

India has already made significant progress on tackling climate action in recent years.

In April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a series to increase investments in solar power, clean energy, and a new national forest.

But the country still lags behind the global average of 5.7 per cent emissions reduction.

The country is also a long way from achieving its CO₂ target of 26 to 28 per cent reduction by 2020.

The government is planning to set an ambitious target of 30 per cent reductions by 2030 and then double it to 50 per cent.

But it will be difficult to meet this target with a carbon fee-based approach.

In the first five years of this century, India is projected to exceed its carbon emissions targets by more than 3,500 metric tons, while it has pledged to reduce its emissions by around 7,000 metric tons by 2030 to a target of 2.2 per cent COℓ.

According to the study, India could achieve the 2.0 per cent target if it was able to implement the following five steps:Lower carbon emissions by 25 per cent compared to 2020.

Improve the efficiency of coal-fired power generation.

Ensure a low carbon intensity (CEI) model is used for all energy generation and consumption, including hydro, thermal, nuclear and renewables.

Implement a carbon tax.

Develop a carbon credit scheme for all sectors, including agriculture, mining, transport, cement and textiles.

“A carbon pricing system can help India address its CO emissions,” said Dr Gopal.

“We should take into account that the government is making an effort to reduce the overall emission.

In the long run, the benefits from reducing CO2 will be greater than the emissions.”

India is also working on a “zero-carbon economy”, which would replace its dependence on fossil fuels with a zero-carbon energy system.

How to protect your environment from pollution

The EPA has published a new document on environmental protection that sets out guidelines for protecting our environment from pollutants.

The document sets out to help the public understand what constitutes an environmental protection action and why it is important.

Here’s what you need to know.

What are pollutants?

Pesticides are chemicals that affect the body, mind and the environment.

They can be:Antibiotics and antimicrobial agentsChemicals that cause birth defects and cancerChemicals used to treat diseases such as cancer and malaria, as well as to treat animals and humansChemicals such as herbicides, insecticides and fungicidesFungicides used to control weedsThe main types of pollutants:FertilisersFertile land and agricultural landChemical fertilisersChemical pesticidesChemical and radioactive substancesRadiation-emitting materialsThe chemicals in the document include:• BPA, a polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) that is used in plastic packaging• PVC and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) in drinking water and water systems• polyvinylene glycol in paint and other products• phthalates, a chemical used in cosmetics• trichloroethylene (TCE), a compound used to make paint• ethylene glycerin, a substance used in some paintsThe EPA has been using the document since 2016 to set out guidelines on how the agency will enforce pollution laws and protect the environment, and now it wants to make it even more clear.

It says that if you have a “hazardous or hazardous waste-related activity” or if you “pose a risk to public health”, you are “required to consider, consider and consider again” when deciding what kind of action is necessary.

So it can mean for example that if a house has a leaky roof or a fire that threatens your life, you may need to consider what kind and how often you use a fire extinguisher to put out a fire, it says.

What kinds of actions are there?

Environmental protection actions can be for protecting a particular area or area that is “in need of protection” or for protecting “a particular natural resource”.

There are three types of protection actions:• protective use• mitigation• remediationThe document sets up two different categories of actions for each type of pollution.

Protective use actions protect a specific area or part of an area from pollution, whereas mitigation actions are “partly or fully remediated”.

The EPA says that “partially or fully” means that the action is not needed in a particular situation, but “remains relevant to the purpose of the action”.

“The general rule is that, if a protection action is fully remedied and it is still necessary in a situation, the EPA has concluded that it is in the public interest to pursue it further,” the document says.

There are five types of mitigation actions, including:• reducing greenhouse gas emissions• mitigating air quality• limiting the impact of climate change• increasing energy efficiencyThe document also says that, for example, a building may need an air quality improvement if the roof is leaking, but it may not be necessary if the building is being used to build other buildings.

The EPA recommends that “any action that minimises the impact” of pollution, such as by removing or reducing pollutants, is not required.

It also says “the EPA may consider” when a specific action is needed.

The first thing to understand is that protecting an area or a part of it is not necessarily a good idea.

It may not always be in the interest of all stakeholders to take a protective action.

The second thing is that a person can have an environmental action taken against them for a particular pollution.

So if a person who is doing something wrong and is causing an environmental harm are taking a protective step, that is a very strong argument against that action.

“For example, if someone is being harmed by a fire or the release of a pollutant into a river, then the person should take measures to protect their home,” the EPA says.

“The person should also consider the possible consequences of doing so, such the increased risk of the pollution or release of pollutants into a stream, river or lake.”

What are the risks of pollution?

The document has also put out guidance on how to deal with pollution that may cause health or other harms.

The risk of pollution is defined as the “effects of a chemical on human health or the environment that are not adequately explained”.

“For instance, pollution that affects a person’s health is not a risk that needs to be taken into account,” it says, but the risk of health problems that may be caused by pollution is “an important consideration” when determining whether or not to take protective actions.

What if I need to take action?

In general, the document advises that you should take action to protect an area and your community from pollution that could be harmful to you or others.

“It is important that you consider your options, and decide which action is more appropriate for your particular situation

How to save the ocean: The best practices for saving the oceans

by Mark Williams, Reuters article An ocean conservation group has been accused of “sabotaging” its efforts to protect the Great Barrier Reef from coral bleaching, and it has been suspended from the Great Lakes Initiative.

A group called the Great Australian Reef Alliance (GARA) had been working to ensure that Australia’s Great Barrier Barrier Reef, which was hit by bleaching last year, could remain protected.GARA said it had been suspended by the Government, following an investigation by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (ABS).GARA was suspended because it did not comply with its guidelines on coral conservation, it said in a statement.

The ABC understands that the suspension is not connected to the latest coral bleached coral bleaches that have hit the Great Southern Barrier Reef.ABC climate correspondent Michael Smith says there are concerns about whether coral conservation can work.

“The Australian government is putting in place regulations which are very clear on what is acceptable to be done and what isn’t, and I think that is one of the issues that is being raised,” he said.

“But if the Government does indeed ban coral protection, then we are not going to have a successful coral conservation project.”

Mr Smith says the suspension has caused concern among some of Australia’s largest environmental groups, and many reef advocates have called for a public inquiry into what happened to the reef.

“What we are seeing is that some groups have been caught in a kind of Catch-22, because they have the ability to make recommendations to the Government and they can’t,” he says.

“They can’t actually get their recommendations through Parliament and there is no guarantee that the recommendations are implemented.”

So they’re saying we need a public review and that is a really difficult thing to do.

“But Gina Rinehart, the former mining magnate who now owns the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, has warned the suspension may not be enough.”

I think there’s a lot of confusion on that, the Government is putting it out there, and so we’ll have to see what happens,” she said.

The Australian Greens, the Greens’ federal parliamentary branch, and environmental group the Greens have called on the Government to suspend the Great American Coral Conservation Coalition (GACCC) from the national environmental protection program (NEP).”

We need to take action to ensure the Great Coral Conservation Campaign, which is currently on indefinite hiatus, is reinstated into the NEP and continues its work to protect our reefs and to safeguard our coastal communities,” Greens leader Scott Ludlam said in the statement.”

We should have a real national conversation about how to safeguard this fragile ecosystem, and to prevent it from being completely destroyed by the destructive, climate change-driven sea level rise.

When grasslands die, forests can live on

DEARBORN, Mich.

— The last thing you want to do is destroy a pristine piece of land to build a road.

But if a group of activists and government officials are to be believed, a few of those trees might soon be cut down to make way for a massive development in a region that is home to a diverse mix of wildlife.

The project is called The Roadway to Eden and the goal is to build roads that would link the remote and remote-sited forest of Michigan with the surrounding area.

The state has a growing population of wildflowers, including some that thrive in the woods and others that prefer warmer climates.

The roadway is being developed by a coalition of private investors, the U.S. Forest Service, the city of Ann Arbor and several local governments, including the city and the city’s mayor.

Officials with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality said the plan will not only save trees but also will help restore a once-proud landscape.

The goal is that, by building a road that connects a forested area with a suburban area, it can help the city attract more businesses and jobs.

“If you take out the trees, it’s going to create a void,” said Michael J. Miller, a spokesman for the Michigan Dept. of Environmental Resources.

The city’s planning board approved the plan on Wednesday and the public is invited to weigh in on its merits.

The roadway would stretch along Michigan’s east side, between the city limits and the Detroit River, connecting the Ann Arbor neighborhood of South Park and the Annapolis, a suburb of Annapolis.

The plans call for the road to be paved and have landscaping.

In the future, Miller said, the roadway could connect the city to Ann Arbor’s downtown, with offices, restaurants, schools and other buildings.

The plan would also connect the road with the planned Ann Arbor Regional Transit Authority, which would have access to the region’s freight and bus terminals, Miller added.

Miller also said the road would connect Ann Arbor with the Detroit metro area.

According to the plan, the project will be financed by the city, state and federal governments.

The federal government will pay the full cost of the road, while the state will pay a portion.

The Michigan Department for Environmental Quality will pay for the remaining portion, which will be shared with the city.

Miller said the goal was to create something that would help the region attract more jobs and tourism.

The group has been working with local communities and businesses for years to develop and plan for the development, Miller and Michael W. Brown, a state forestry official, said.

The development has drawn criticism from environmental groups who say it will harm wildlife.

Officials with the U

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