Where liability is identified, failure by a polluter to comply with a remediation order is defined as an offence in terms of Chapter 7 of the Waste Act (Section 67(1)(a), with a penalty of a maximum fine of up to R10,000,000 million and/or imprisonment for up to 10 years. This penalty is in addition to any penalties that may be imposed for failure to comply with a compliance order issued in terms of NEMA, which provides for a fine of up to R5, 000,000 or imprisonment for up to 10 years. NEMA also includes a whistleblower provision that allows for up to one fourth of any fine for offenses to be paid to a person whose evidence led to the conviction, with the proviso that such a person cannot be a state employee or engaged in the implementation of environmental legislation.
1.3(1) The National Environmental Management: Waste Act, 2008 (Act No. 59 of 2008) fundamentally reforms the law regulating waste management, and for the first time provides a coherent and integrated legislative framework addressing all the steps in the waste hierarchy. In doing so it builds on the considerable body of environmental legislation which has developed since 1994. The Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (Act 108 of 1996) (the Constitution) provides the foundation for environmental regulation and policy in South Africa. The right to environmental protection and to live in an environment that is not harmful to health or well-being is set out in the Bill of Rights (section 24 of Chapter 2). This fundamental right underpins environmental policy (such as the White Papers on Environmental Management and Integrated Pollution and Waste Management) and law (principally the National Water Act; and National Environmental Management Act (NEMA)). NEMA states that:
But we have already clearly stated our views on Body in Mind, as well as in the journals Pain Medicine and, most recently, in Rheumatology. In fact they were first presented in our 1994 paper and were not challenged then by the proponents of the MTrP construct, one that harks back to the conjectures of Travell and Simons. That is now history.
The budget for waste management is allocated to the national and provincial environmental departments. All budgets are formulated within the context of the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), which details three-year rolling expenditure and revenue plans for national and provincial departments. Budgets are developed within the political priorities which are clearly spelt out in the annual State of the Nation address by the President and Medium Term Strategic Framework.
With respect to the Guidelines for port State control officers on the ISM Code, it was agreed to modify the term “serious failure” by replacing with “failure that poses a serious threat to the safety of personnel or the ship or a serious risk to the environment”. This was considered to be consistent with the terminology used in the ISM Code.
Normally, during the early part of each year 5 IMO sub committees meet. These report to the two main technical safety and environmental committees (Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) and the Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC)). This paper provides a read out and comment from the five sub committees.
Tyler Derreth: roundtable session, "Community Engagement in Curricula: Partnerships of Learning Beyond the Classroom," in "Understanding Local and Community Partnerships."-- Adam Hocker, with Stormy Stark: poster session, "Too Short a Cord, Too Long a Distance: Phase II," in "School Leadership and Principals' Management Practices."-- Renata Horvatek, with Armend Tahirsylaj, Linnaeus University: poster session, 'Small' States Acting 'Big:' How Minority Education Models in Croatia and Kosovo Perpetuate Segregated Societies," in Poster Session 16.-- Kayla Marie Johnson: roundtable session, "Using Photo-Cued Reflection to Examine Incidental Learning in Short-Term Study Abroad," in "A Global Perspective."-- Kayla Marie Johnson and Joseph Levitan: roundtable session, "'We Had to Check Our Dignity at the Door:' Social-Emotional Learning in For-Profit International Travel," in "Fresh Insights in Social and Emotional Learning: Qualitative Investigations of Toddlers, Teachers, and Travel."-- Kayla Marie Johnson, with Constantin Schreiber, Arizona State University: roundtable session, "Exploring Graduate Student-Run Education Journals: A Mixed Methods Approach to Understanding Characteristics and Challenges," in "Examining Mechanisms for Educational Delivery."-- Chang Liu and Chiau-Wen Jang: paper session, "Teachers' Perceptions of Instructional Supervision: Lessons Learned from Chinese Teachers' Authentic Voices," in "Developing Instructional Leadership Across a Continuum: Voices from the Field."-- Soo Hyeon Kim and Gi Woong Choi: paper session, "Methodological Implications for Using Head-mounted Action Cameras in Video Research," in "Methodological Complexities of Understanding Learning."-- Huacong Liu: paper session, "Affirmative Action Bans and Student Body Compositions," in "Tracing the Labyrinth: Exploring the Interaction Between Campus Governance and Public Policy."-- Jing Liu, with Samara Wolf Fetner of AERA: paper session, "A Multidimensional Measure of Teacher Empowerment," in "Empowering Teachers Through Professional Learning."-- Hilario Junior Lomeli: paper session, "Alternative Schools as Dumping Grounds: Latinx Experiences of Disposability in Houston, Texas," in "Public Policy and Educational Practices for Latinx Students."-- Julia Mahfouz: roundtable session: "Exploring the Influence of CARE on Principals' Leadership and Well-Being," in "School Leaders Ready to Lead: Developing the Social and Emotional Skills of School Administrators."-- Bryan Arthur Mann and Heather Bennett: symposium, "Integration without Integrating?
Leander, Vanderbilt University: symposium, "' Thinking the assemblage: Immanence in the movements of narratives, LEGO, and a child," in "Assembling the Assemblage in Literacy Studies."-- , assistant professor of education in Learning and Performance Systems, with graduate students Dhvani Ashok Toprani and Shulong Yan: paper session, "Exploring the Expression of Curiosity in Design Learning Environment," in "Design of Innovative and Active Learning Environments."-- , associate professor of counselor education, with Ji Hyun Kim, GoodFriends USA; Jungnam Kim, Ball State University; and Younyoung Choi, University of Maryland: roundtable session, "Asian Immigrant Parents' Personal and Community Empowerment, Parent Networks, and Children's Academic Performance in Schools," in "Exploring Various Perspectives within the Asian Pacific American Educational Experience."-- , associate professor of counselor education, with Jungnam Kim, Ball State University: poster session, Intersectionality and Parent Empowerment: Intersections of Parents’ Race/ethnicity SES and Language on Parent Empowerment," in "Using Quantitative Methodologies in the Study of Counseling Psychology."-- , associate professor of counselor education, with Jungnam Kim, Ball State University; Renae Mayes, Ball State University; and Erik M.
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Please understand that the models most discussed in TPx circles which I am aware of are the exact ones the author put forward in his paper in the section titled “Towards explaining the clinical phenomena”, a claim I have already made here and that the author seems unwilling to answer for. He seems intent on lumping together anyone who would dare use the term trigger point into one uneducated group of charlatans uninterested in research literacy, a point easily refuted by anyone who would check my social media pages where I regularly advance contrarian positions when there are advances in research, as well as research literacy. He also seems intent to ignore or distort the fact that I contribute to this forum because the advances in understanding presented here by Lorimer Moseley et al both advance AND reflect the current understanding in the TP community as I know it, and as was presented during my education at the second oldest school for massage in the united states. Whoever these authorities/boogeymen are that he keeps trotting out, did not and do not exist in my circle of therapists in the state of Oregon, and I work/network/continue my education with therapists who are putting these forms into practice daily.