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“What is wrong with the conception of sea areas managed with particular objectives as priorities? . It has long been accepted that the use of land must be planned and its management controlled with human welfare as the dominant interest; why is it so difficult to accept this view when considering the sea?”

Cole worried that human conflicts in the sea were harming marine resources, especially fisheries. At the time, marine spatial planning (MSP) was developing in conservation areas such as the Great Barrier Reef, and he wondered how it could be expanded to include all activities and areas.

MSP was then forgotten for a while, but has just come back with a bang and is being seen as the key to unlock economic growth in Europe, so much so that it now has a Directive of its own (the “”). Why all the sudden interest? Two words: offshore wind. The development of offshore renewable energy in the last 15 years has been a game changer for MSP in Europe. Several EU countries have used MSP to find areas for wind energy, and more recently wave and tidal energy.

This is great news, but it also comes at a time when the Nature Directives are under attack and in danger of being opened and weakened, threatening the way in which protected sites are designated and managed in Europe. Some people have claimed that the Nature Directives are hindering economic “Blue Growth”, a favourite Brussels buzzword. But it’s important to remember that the background for both MSP and the Nature Directives are shared, arising from the need to stop further environmental decline, by protecting the best sites and managing the rest carefully, to help allow marine ecosystems to recover.

This is somewhat of a contradiction to the EU’s vision of using MSP to drive economic growth first and foremost. That is, if properly implemented, both the Nature Directives and MSP can improve environmental quality and investment certainty at the same time. The truth is that the Nature Directives are not a burden to human activity or renewables development. When the UK questioned this in 2012 they discovered “implementation of the Directives is working well, allowing both development of key infrastructure and ensuring that a high level of environmental protection is maintained.” Delays or costs in sustainable development come not from the existence of the Nature Directives, but precisely the opposite! It is because they have not yet been fully implemented in the marine area, even after 36 years in the case of the Birds Directive.

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And you could say the same about MSP. Cole described. In theory at least, MSP can support the Directives in restoring the environment, by reducing the impacts on wildlife that this human conflict causes. By considering the environment when allocating areas for renewables, developers have more certainty that their projects will succeed, while a clear set of protected areas with proper management measures means that activities know exactly what they can and can’t do in these areas.

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Launched in 2008 by the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Studio X is a global network of laboratories for exploring the future of the built environment. With locations in the downtown cores of Amman, Beijing, Istanbul, New York, Mumbai, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo and now Johannesburg it is the first truly global network for a new kind of conversation about the most urgent issues facing our shared world. Studio X Johannesburg will be its newest node.

“It started as an experiment, with a pilot project in downtown New York City in 2008. Today, the Studio X network spans the globe with eight high impact laboratories, and continues to evolve as the flow of exciting ideas and people between them triggers new conversations and projects.” says Mark Wigley, Dean of GSAPP. “It is an honor to be here to celebrate our dream of the university of the future becoming a reality. With the node in Johannesburg, Studio X is finally complete.” GSAPP faculty and students have been active in South Africa for many years, most recently through the Global Africa Lab [GAL], a research lab that explores the urban topologies of the African continent and its diaspora. With the launch of Studio X Johannesburg, Columbia University will further deepen its longstanding relationship with South Africa and foster new collaborations with partners from across the African continent.

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n Tervis: A springy plaid called poppy was used on double wall Fiesta plastic wrap tumblers in two sizes: 16 and 24 ounces. A set of highball glasses at Fitz and Floyd were designed in a contemporary, minimalist take on plaid.

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The S 500 index closed at 1,365.74, beating its 2011 closing high by two points.

For the second day this week, the Dow Jones industrial average nudged above 13,000 then pulled back. It rose 29 points in the morning but wavered in the afternoon. The Dow dropped 1.74 points to close at 12,982.95. American Express was the leading stock among the 30 that make up the average, gaining 1.2 percent.

It was a similar story on Tuesday, when the Dow flitted above 13,000 three times but ended the day lower. The average hasn closed above 13,000 since May 19, 2008.

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The two economic reports out Friday didn make the cut.

A consumer sentiment index taken by the University of Michigan and Reuters edged up in February to its highest level in a year. And the Commerce Department reported that sales of new homes dipped slightly in January, but the figure still topped economists estimates. It also said sales in the final three months of 2011 were higher than previously reported.

“The numbers are just OK,” Lamkin said. “They weren bad, but they weren great, either.”

In other trading, the Nasdaq composite index rose 6.77 points to 2,963.75.

Oil prices hit a nine month high of $109.77 a barrel.

The euro added a penny against the dollar, hitting $1.346, its highest since Dec. 5. Greece made a formal offer to creditors to swap their Greek government bonds for new ones, another step toward knocking $142 billion off its debts. The swap is part of a deal to prevent Greece from defaulting on a debt payment due next month.

Stock indexes have been climbing since November as European officials redoubled their efforts to contain the region debt crisis and the European Central Bank extended cheap loans to troubled banks. The S 500 index has gained 8.6 percent to start 2012, better than its long term annual average gain.

In contrast to the volatile trading of late last year, the market gains have been small but steady. To Lamkin, the lack of large swings looks ominous. The world is still full of dangers, he said. Lamkin tells his clients that the top risks are another flare up in the European debt crisis and a war between Israel and Iran.

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JMH: I am a devoted mint chip [ice cream] person. Ice cream is a staple in my diet. Actually, it’s my whole diet at this point. I have ice cream every day, and when I walked into this building the first thing I did was meet some nice people and shake their hands and then I looked to see where the free ice cream may or may not be. I am always looking for free ice cream.

WRAL: We just heard a question for Nick Saban, the University of Alabama coach who just won the national championship, about his favorite PB combination, which is either grape and strawberry. He likes both he wouldn’t pick a jelly.

JMH: He wouldn’t pick a jelly!? What kind of a man is he that he won’t pick a jelly? I would like to say marmalade [would be my favorite] because it’s a little more adult. Then there’s the whole jelly versus jam thing. I think jelly is usually for someone who is under 12, and then there’s jam, which is jelly for people over 12. I prefer strawberry, because I have to make a PB every morning for my son. I always eat the first one I make.

JMH: Yes, an actor’s life is a good one for that, because you find yourself with surprising amounts of time during the day. When I am shooting a show or something, those hours can be kind of brutal. I look forward to the weekend [just like everyone].

WRAL: I bet your son loves video games. Are you gaming with him?

JMH: No, I am very bad at it. But his games look like movies you can be fooled for a second that [the illustrations] are real actors. This is important, because I am a real actor, and I am about to be replaced by non real actors. It’s really going to happen tomorrow. I am going to be replaced by fake actors, which is such a redundancy. They are as good as me, they have no pores and they never have a bad day.

JMH: I know, I know, they cast me for that reason. I am credible as a news anchor and I don’t know why. My character was once described on “Great News” as an empty suit with B+ hair, and I feel like, to some extent, that describes me when I put on a suit. I think my hair is almost an A , it’s not bad for a guy for my age. I am 114 today.

By the way, anchors don’t wear pants below the news desk. You aren’t getting a lot down there if anything at all. Maybe some Uggs. I certainly do that on our set on Great News. I’m always half naked. Remember it next time you watch.

WRAL: We are learning so much about you.

JMH: One of these facts will be true, I haven’t decided which one yet.

WRAL: Tell us about what’s happening on Great News.

JMH: We have a few shows left on this season, Tina Fey, our executive producer, will show up in these next three episodes, and my guy, Chuck Pierce, gets into tremendous amounts of trouble. Strangely, the cast had a hard time getting through this scene where Chuck learns that he fired. It’s strange if you do these characters enough you kind of get to know them. They become in a funny way more than the actors playing them. Chuck Pierce is very real to us on the set as are all the other characters. When he loses his job, the writing is really funny, but everyone at lunch said it made them very sad. You’re surprised to find yourself attached to him because he is such a goofball.
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