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This video highlights scientists in action monitoring life in the intertidal zone. It was produced by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and features biologists from the Marine Rocky Intertidal Network (MARINe).
Improve your understanding of the El Niño and La Niña and their impacts on our climate and weather with our new Understanding ENSO video This video explains what El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is, how the cycle works including the science behind the phases, and the potential impacts on Australia’s climate and weather.
• Ma Jun, Chief Economist, Research Bureau, People’s Bank of China • Mushtaq Kapasi, Chief Representative, Asia-Pacific, International Capital Market Association (ICMA) • Michael Sheren, Senior Advisor, Bank of England • Zhang Xiaosong, Chief Executive Officer, China Great Wall Asset Management Corporation • Simon Zadek, Co-Director, UNEP Enquiry into Sustainable Finance (moderator)
Global HR Forum 2014 | S-2 | Keys to Making Better Decisions * Phil Rosenzweig Professor, International Institute for Management Development(IMD) Moderated by * Gwangjo Kim Director, UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education The past decades have seen a wealth of research on decision making, much of it conducted by cognitive psychologists. We know that people are not the perfectly rational beings as so often described in economic theory from the times of Adam Smith. Their judgments and choices are prone to predictable errors, or biases. We face different kinds of decisions in life. Some resemble the laboratory experiments which have helped isolate the mechanics of human cognition, capturing them in neat settings where there is no need to influence outcomes and performance ...
This one is for the rail fans. I don't do this often much anymore but did not want to miss this one. (view in high def) Ah! Old Illinois Central railroad colors coming through my home town. It was a great day (May 13 2015) capturing a beautiful train. This special ran from Chicago to Bureau and back. It was the Chicago Superintendents special. I had not seen these type of locomotives (E9s) on this ole LaSalle Rock Island line since the late 1960's. It was a treat. Hope you enjoy my video footage and pictures!
Located in the very heart of the South Pacific, Tonga is one of the most scenic and unspoiled of the Pacific Island nations. Whether youre a new or returning visitor, the five unique island groups offer distinct experiences that will entice any traveler. This video was made for the Tongan visitors bureau in 2004. It takes you on a journey from Tongatapu, Eua, Haapai to Vavau. Travel from island to island with the majestic Humpback Whales.
Credit: Courtesy | Date Taken: 06/20/2017 David F. Helvey, performing the duties of the assistant secretary of defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, along with Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs Acting Assistant Secretary of State Susan A. Thornton, preview the U.S.-China Diplomatic and Security Dialogue at the Washington Foreign Press Center, June 20, 2017.
A male Philippine customs official slapped a Chinese girl at Manila International Airport on Monday midnight. The embassy of China in the Republic of the Philippines said the incident is "unacceptable" and lodged a complaint to the local bureau. | Watch more videos of Chinese tourists behaving badly: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5_Zg40DC3OHRomeMdt_VuY6np9nhheZU The Chinese girl, who is a student was dragged on the floor by the customs official inside Manila International's Terminal 3. But then she was able to get up and beat him with a handbag. The customs official slapped her across the face while she tried to fish for something in the handbag to use as a weapon. Another female customs official passed by and witnessed the incident, but decided she wanted none of it and carri...
Sandra Ng has been in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) advisory and consulting industry for over 18 years. While her technology research expertise is vast and diverse, she is best known in the industry for her Telecommunications knowledge and opinions within the Asia Pacific region.
YO! family how about a vist to the great pacific NW?
Rajnesh Singh is Regional Director of the Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau at the Internet Society where he oversees projects, initiatives and activities across the Internet Society's functional and programmatic areas in the Asia and Pacific region, including Public Policy Capacity Building and Internet Standards and Technology. Prior to joining the Internet Society, Rajnesh played founding and leading roles in several technology and private equity investment firms, & still maintains varied business interests. In his professional capacity, Rajnesh has consulted on communications & power infrastructure, project management and business strategy for medium to large companies and organisations in the Asia-Pacific region.
presentation of UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation 2010 laureates, filmed in Dubrovnik, on 23rd September 2011. Author of the presentation Ms Montira Unakul, project manager, presenter is Mr Anthony Krause, programme specialist from UNESCO Venice Office. http://www.unescobkk.org/culture http://www.thebestinheritage.com/presentations/2011/unesco-bangkok-_-asia-pacific-regional-bureau-for-education,175.html
In this episode, Matthias Reischle, Deputy Director, PCT Legal Division, introduces the International Bureau (IB). He discusses: the role of the IB as coordinators of the PCT system; the provision of training and information by the IB; and describes the specific tasks that the IB carries out, in relation to international applications, during the international phase. More about the PCT: http://www.wipo.int/pct/en/