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BEIJING Authentic Barry Sanders Jersey , Jan. 18 (Xinhua) -- China's State Council has recently issued a regulation to hold governments and officials at provincial level accountable for the protection of farmland.

The document asks authorities to set the targets for provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities to preserve the area of cultivated land and permanent capital farmland and create high standard farmland.

The State Council has been evaluating the governments on their execution of the targets every three and six years since 2016 and made it an important reference in the overall evaluation of top officials at the provincial-level governments, the document said.

Provincial-level governments with good performances will be given favorable treatment in future land use plans and financial allocations and those with poor performances will need to rectify the problems.

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- Alaska Native languages are most likely to be extinct or dormant by the end of the 21st century unless action is taken to save them, a new report released by a committee of the state in the most northwestern part of the United States said.

The Anchorage Daily News Sunday quoted the 2018 report of the Alaska Native Language Preservation and Advisory Council as saying that the Alaska Native languages are in a "linguistic emergency."

"If current rates of decline were to continue as they have been since the 1970s, all Alaska Native languages may lose their last fluent speakers by the end of the 21st century," the report said.

The council, established by the state legislature in 2012 to preserve and restore Alaska Native languages, urged Alaska Governor Bill Walker to make a state policy to preserve, promote and develop those languages.

At the time of statehood in 1959, there were 20 indigenous languages spoken within the boundaries of Alaska, all of which, in addition to English, were recognized as official languages of the state.

Most of these languages belong to one of two large language families -- Eskimo-Aleut and Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit.

Currently, all of those Native languages have "suffered an ongoing loss in the number of speakers over the past 40 years," the council said in its biennial report.

The Tsetsa'ut language lost its last fluent speaker in the early 1930s, and another language, Eyak, lost its last fluent speaker in 2008, it noted.

The council warned that the number of people who actually speak the languages has falled, though the Alaska Native population has grown since 1980.

While the central Yup'ik and Inupiaq are the two most spoken Alaska Native languages, other languages such as Haida, Tsimshian, Han, and Upper Tanana, now have fewer than 10 speakers each in Alaska, said the council.

Containment Berms For Hazardous Spills November 14, 2013 | Author: Marsha Klein | Posted in Education

There are a variety of containment berms that are available. In addition, they are used in a variety of situations and circumstances. For example, one of the better uses for them is precautionary. If a chemical company is preparing to empty a barrel of a hazardous chemical and they are worried about spillage it might be a good idea to have one of these under the entire apparatus.

Made by multiple companies for use within multiple industries and situations they have been improved here and there but overall remain the same. The materials that they are made from at times needs to be adaptable. You cannot throw one made of a material that acid will eat through if that is what you are trying to contain. You know someone made that mistake at some point.

There are a large variety of uses and setups manufactured. One of the more public uses of such equipment is when there is an oil spill. They are used as a safety measure to help and contain the spill so that it does not get any farther inland than it already has. They also make them so they can be placed in the water.

The industries that utilize the berms are varied. Even sports use them occasionally to keep liquid and almost frozen water in a certain area for outside ice rinks. Park districts use them to contain water near rivers or to keep snow in certain areas and formations. Even new technologies has started to infiltrate the manufacturing process.

Some of the more popular models among maintenance workers, emergency workers, and anyone else who might have a need to utilize these berms are the highly portable ones. These are made from lightweight materials and can be carried very easily. They are also able to be connected to others so they can be extended or built to a large enough perimeter.

These are not as popular yet but they will catch on and when they do, watch out. Aside from that you still have the options of the standard and traditional models and products. These have not failed anybody yet. So if you are not ready to move on to new and as yet unproven tech then nobody is forcing you to. Stick with what you know and what you are comfortable with.

Some of the older ones only have one or two ways or shapes they can lay out in. The newer portable ones can be put together in the shape that is needed so they can keep the fluid or chemical from reaching anything or anybody. Especially if there is an obstruction in the way that prevents the berm from setting up. The portable models can adapt to this.

The containment berms do their jobs and they do them well. It does not take long for water to rush through a sand bag barricade but the containment berms can handle the flow and keep the oil or other hazardous waste away from whatever they are protecting. The equipment, even the portable systems, have proven themselves in the field. This is why people know they need them, because they work so well.

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