400 Views no discussions Share Sharing is caring! Share LocalNewsPolitics Government hosts CREAD Consultation by: – November 29, 2018 Share Tweet Professor Avinash Persaud, Principal architect of the Climate Resilient Execution Agency for Dominica and member of the CREAD’s Transition CommitteeThe Government of Dominica hosted a consultation on the Climate Resilience Executing Agency of Dominica (CREAD) Bill 2018, at the Goodwill Parish Hall on Wednesday.The CREAD Bill 2018 will allow for the establishment of the Agency as Government moves ahead with its objective to make Dominica the World’s First Climate Resilient Country.Stake holder representatives from the public and private sector and civil society will attend the consultation and have the opportunity to review and discuss the draft legislation before it is taken to parliament.The objectives of the proposed bill are to promote the swift and cost-effective recovery of Dominica from climate-related disasters; to ensure that any physical and other infrastructure damaged or destroyed during a climate related disaster is reconstructed or restored to a state that is better than its state before the occurrence of that disaster; to ensure that Dominica will be more resilient to natural hazards and better able to respond to climate-related disasters; and to assist the public and private sectors and civil society to be better equipped to manage and recover from climate-related disasters.The Climate Resilience Execution Agency of Dominica (CREAD) was formed to assist in rebuilding Dominica following the passage of Hurricane Maria in September 2017.The Government will soon formalize the Agency through the enactment of the CREAD Bill 2018 in order to rebuild the island as the first climate resilient nation in the world in accordance with a Climate Resilience and Recovery Plan developed by the Commonwealth of Dominica and its partners.
Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 TEAM GB boxing sensation Caroline Dubois took a giant leap towards the Summer Olympics with a qualifier win in her first ever senior bout.The reigning Junior Olympics champ stepped up to face Belarus ace Ala Staradub and wowed the Copperbox with the sublime southpaw skills that secured her a 40-0 amateur record.Caroline Dubois put on an impressive performance at the Copper Box ArenaCredit: Rex FeaturesThe 19-year-old confidently won her first ever senior boutCredit: Rex FeaturesThe 19-year-old sister of British heavyweight king Daniel started her 60kgs bout well scoring with jabs, lead right hooks and a straight left.Staradab was always charging forward but the wonderkid was not for wilting and dominated the opener on the back foot.The second round was not as pretty, as both women tired but all the judges gave the round to Dubois as she was harder to hit and connected with a selection of her own punches.And the third session was an exercise in seeing out an elite-level victory as the freakishly talented teenager finished the fight and got her hand raised.The red-hot prospect said: “This is the first fight, it is always the worst one and I can be better.”Big bro Daniel, who faces 2016 Olympic silver winner Joe Joyce on April 11, tweeted: “First one down, well done Caroline”.The reigning BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year has only just begun her uphill battle, however.Next up is No1 seed and 39-year-old veteran Mira Potkonen who won a bronze in Rio by beating Irish icon Katie Taylor.But the dream teen is far from worried.Dubois said: “She only has two arms, two legs and one brain, same as I have. And to be the best, you have to beat the best”.But Dubois will avoid what was considered a tough fight with 35-year-old pro and former five-year WBC champion Delfine Persoon in the semis. A rule change meant paid fighters could compete in Tokyo and Persoon, who was handed a controversial points loss to Taylor in June, was targeting Tokyo.But, moments after Dubois got her win, the Belgian veteran and former policewoman was beaten on points and out of the competition.Meanwhile Frazer Clarke walked through his first Tokyo 2020 qualifier after his opponent’s dreams went down the toilet.Clemente Russo, the 37-year-old Italian veteran who beat Deontay Wilder at the 2008 games to land a silver, pulled out of their super-heavyweight clash after stomach trouble kept him in his hotel room.Clarke, 28, will now be fresh for the next round at East London’s CopperBox having gone through without throwing or shipping a single punch.Gutted Russo wrote on social media: “Hi guys, soon I should have been going to the ring to play the first qualifying match for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.Caroline Dubois was praised by her big pro on Twitter after the winCredit: Getty Images – Getty“Unfortunately and with regret, you won’t see me fight today. Due to poor digestion I am stuck in the room for 24 hours.“I tried to train, I tried to react but I am somewhat debilitated and will not allow me to play the match.“I tried to recover but I am debilitated and will not allow me to play the match.”🥊 The perfect start for Youth Olympic champion Caroline Dubois at the Copper Box Arena 💪She records a dominant 5-0 points victory over Ana Staradub of Belarus in the women’s lightweight division to move closer to Tokyo qualification 🇬🇧#BeInTheirCorner #RoadToTokyo pic.twitter.com/3nDB0b9bZV— Team GB (@TeamGB) March 14, 2020Fans fear for Joe Joyce as Daniel Dubois shows off his explosive power in training ahead of all-British boxing showdown 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uk People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter REAL vs FAKE GOLD Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night.