Waitukubuli Advocates for a Viable Environment (WAVE) member, Jacqueline Dupigny says the closer you are to nature, the happier and healthier you are, but there is a breakdown in communication among Dominicans
Jacqueline Dupigny of the Waitukubuli Advocates for Viable Environment (WAVE) stated that it is often said that the closer you are to nature, the happier and healthier you are as a people. She added that we can see the breakdown in our society and the anger amongst our people. She spoke on the NJAM program earlier this week.
She added that when an incident occurs, we are always quick to share via social media like we are enacting a movie but we don’t realize that, in all of that, we are hurting someone.
Jacqueline Dupigny member of the Waitukubuli Advocates for a Viable Environment (WAVE).
Attorney Cara Shillingford would like the police force to be better equipped in order to respond to crimes and complaints quickly like in the search and rescue now occurred for Kernisha Ettienne
Attorney at Law, Cara Shillingford said she would like to see the police better equipped, because speaking with various police officers, they often lament that there are police stations around Dominica that do not own vehicles which slows down the process to respond to crimes and complaints quickly. She was speaking as a panelist on a special discussion hosted by the National Joint Action Movement (NJAM) on Q95 yesterday evening.
She added that at the end of the day we are talking about saving lives, and that is essentially one of the major roles of the police.
Attorney at Law, Cara Shillingford.
Acting Senior Met Officer Marshal Alexander of the Office of Disaster Management (ODM) reveals a Strong Tropical Waves are projected to affect Dominica Late Friday into Saturday
Saturday says the Office of Disaster Management.Acting Senior Met Officer Marshal Alexander of the Office of Disaster Management (ODM) revealed that a tropical wave in the Western Atlantic with a low chance of development is being monitored. increase in showers, thunderstorm activity, strong winds is projected, particularly from Friday afternoon into Saturday morning.
Acting Senior Met Officer Marshal Alexander
Grandbay Constituency MP Vince Henderson wants more transparency in the cooperative community, while recognition of Cooperative Society Week at a tall hall meeting held in Grandbay Last evening
Parliamentary Representative for the Grandbay Constituency, Vince Henderson calls for more transparency within the cooperative community. Speaking in recognition of Cooperative Society Week at a tall hall meeting held in Grandbay Last evening, Dr. Henderson stated that it is the responsibility of the Cooperative to ensure trust is ensured within the membership as they aim for growth.
MP for the Grandbay Constituency, Vince Henderson.
Dominica Essential Oil & Spices Cooperative Ag Chair Raphael Corriette calls for assistance to sustain that sector, following the devastation to their Bay Oil Plant & distilleries by Tropical Stork Erika in Petite Savanne
Ag Chair of the Dominica Essential Oils& Spices Cooperative (DEOSC), Raphael Corriette says things are not bright on their side, and he calls for assistance to maintain the sector.He says following Tropical Storm Erika, Petite Savanne was devastated, taking away the modern Bay Oil Plant.He says they also lost nearly all oftheir distilleries.He was speaking at a townhall meeting last evening.
Corriette says the DEOSC cooperative was embarking on a
diversification drive until unfavorable weather came and swept away their efforts.
Ag Chair of the Dominica Essential Oil & Spices Cooperative, Raphael Corriette
Meantime Parliamentary Representative for the Grandbay Constituency, Vince Henderson has said that all members of the cooperative must be aware of what's going on so that confidence can be placed in the process.
Parliamentary Representative for the Grandbay Constituency, Vince Henderson.
DPSU General Secretary Thomas Letang believes the issue of peace is vital and we must consider how we interact with each other in our various communities in the Society
DPSU General Secretary, Thomas Letang believes peace is crucial, and although we bow down and pray, hear religious messages, and talk about peace, he wonders whether our actions and interactions with one another are not the result of the lack of the peace that want so much? He is very concerned that things could get worse as time goes by, as crime increases in our nation and more people turn to guns.
He noted that we must consider society as a whole, in addition to how we act and communicate with one another in our various communities. Some of the practices that were used successfully in the past but are no longer followed are questioned by Mr. Letang. What can we do to quickly clear up the misunderstandings? Meantime, he underlines the problem of doing nothing, while crime and violence continue in our country.
DPSU General Secretary, Thomas Letang.
Member of Waitukubuli Advocates for a Viable Environment (WAVE), Jacqueline Dupigny believes Dominica has lost Millions of Dollars due to poor Environmental Practices
Member of Waitukubuli Advocates for Viable a Environment (WAVE), Jacqueline Dupigny, said she believes Dominica have suffered Millions and Millions Dollars of loss through Co-Environmental Practices. She gave an example as to having Drains and culverts, where residents living close to these can ensure that these are operational to save the government money. She said this on the NJAM Program Tuesday Afternoon.
She contends that prevention is always better than the cure, and what we are suffering from in Dominica is the lack of prevention.
Member of Waitukubuli Advocates for a Viable Environment (WAVE), Jacqueline Dupigny.
ECCB Governor Timothy NJ Antoine weighed in on the options for the sustainability of our region & suggests implementing renewable energy designs & better water consumption models in our buildings
We need to start implementing renewable energy designs in our buildings, along with better water consumption models moving forward.This from Governor of the ECCB Timothy NJ Antoine speaking on some of the options we can chose as a region, when it comes to sustainability.With the growing concern of climate change, a lot of our sister islands are becoming more creative in their approach to sustainability.
Governor of the ECCB Timothy N.J Antoine.
Veterinarian, Dr Rick Stabaeus reminds everyone that the practice of Veterinary Medicine has its roots in Agriculture, because it was initially designed to deal with livestock
Veterinarian, Dr. Rick Stabaeus said that people have to understand, in the old times, Veterinary Medicine came out from Agriculture, as it was basically designed to deal with livestock and that’s true in other countries currently. He was a guest on Jolly’s Health Vibes Program Wednesday Morning where they spoke on Animal’s Health in case of a disaster.
We have moved from Agriculture to the level where we have human medicine. He added that everything the students do on animals in reference to diseases are linked to human medicine.
Veterinarian, Dr.Rick Stabaeus.
NCCU releases an apology to its customers and investors and a and a strong condemnatory message to the perpetrators after being a victim of a “Zoom Bombing” session
NCCU releases an apology and condemnatory message to its customers and investors after being a victim of a “Zoom Bombing” session. Zoom bombing or Zoom raiding refers to the unwanted, disruptive intrusion, generally by Internet trolls, into a video-conference call. Marketing Manager of the NCCU Shari Pascal Marooni in a public address made clear the stance of their cooperative, which strongly condemns any Zoom Bombing acts, and lamented the realities of cyber security and the vulnerability that we all face in this new technical environment.
Ms. Pascal also highlighted that the main aim was, and still is to share the positive messages prepared by the NCCU and not the negatives that transpired. As a result, the NCCU Team will be moving forward via Facebook platforms, till a more secure cyber platform can be identified.
Marketing Manager of the NCCU Shari Pascal Marooni.
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