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Posted by: | Posted on: October 17, 2020

BLOG: State Parks System Grows Stronger in 2015

first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf BLOG: State Parks System Grows Stronger in 2015 January 26, 2016 By: Cindy Adams Dunn, Secretary of Conservation and Natural Resourcescenter_img Environment,  The Blog,  Year in Review Some of the country’s biggest cities, like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania’s small towns like Confluence in the southwest, Ridgway in the Pennsylvania Wilds and Jim Thorpe in the Poconos, have recognized the value of their rivers, trails and parks as amenities that spur business development and draw people to downtowns.Our special places, wildlife and landscapes are important to our well-being, our identity and help us attract tourists for outdoor adventures and to keep our communities vibrant.As Pennsylvania’s largest land manager, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is leading outdoor recreation initiatives to invigorate citizens and communities, encourage healthy lifestyles, create jobs that pay and promote environmental stewardship. It’s been a productive year.ConservationConserving our natural places, providing citizens and visitors with opportunities for outdoor experiences, and harnessing our natural resources responsibly improve our economy and quality of life for all Pennsylvanians. One of the first actions Governor Wolf took was to sign an executive order reinstating a moratorium on new leases for oil and gas development on state park and forest lands. With the moratorium in place, DCNR continues to monitor current activity and adapt management practices.Our state parks host 38 million visitors annually, support more 13,000 jobs, and provide $1.2 billion in economic activity in nearby communities. In 2015, DCNR added more than 25,000 acres of land to our state park and forest system. We also collected more than 4,000 comments to inform a plan to manage our state forests to make sure they are healthy and productive for many years.Outdoor RecreationCreating healthy and livable communities that support jobs that pay includes successfully serving the recreation needs of those who live, work and play in them. DCNR in 2015 rolled out a 5-year plan with 83 action steps to improve our opportunities for outdoor recreation and adventures all across the commonwealth.The plan tells us Pennsylvanians love to walk trails, especially close to home; watch wildlife; and are increasingly interested in kayaking and winter activities. Pennsylvania has them all! It provides a road map for the next several years to make communities more desirable places to live, provide children safe places to play, and protect the natural environment. To help citizens find a place to play outdoors that’s close to home, DCNR launched a new web page of 5,600 local parks that is searchable by name, region and location.SustainabilityDCNR is looking for opportunities to grow our recreational and tourism economy through a revitalized park and forest system that ensures we are conserving our natural resources and protecting our people and the environment. Three buildings on DCNR lands, including a new visitor center at Ohiopyle State Park, received top certifications for being green and sustainable in 2015. The department also treated thousands of trees for invasive pests like hemlock wooly adelgid and emerald ash borer, and planted 1.8 million tree seedlings.A government that works protects our natural heritage and secures its future for the benefit of all Pennsylvanians.  DCNR made good on that promise in 2015. SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: September 26, 2020

13 people killed in traffic accident in St Lucia

first_img Sharing is caring! Photo of the bus. Image via: St Lucia StarCASTRIES, St Lucia, CMC – At least 13 people were killed when a bus carrying mourners from a funeral plunged into the sea at Mount Sion, in Choiseul, south east of here on Thursday night.Police and fire officials at the scene said that there was only one survivor in the worst accident in the history of the island.They said bodies of the accident victims were spread out on the beach. The accident occurred at around 8. pm (local time).CMC NewsRegional 13 people killed in traffic accident in St Lucia by: – November 11, 2011 Share Sharecenter_img Share Tweet 33 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: August 30, 2020

Graphyte aims for Netflix personalisation by launching ‘Intelligent Layouts’

first_imgShare StumbleUpon Share Related Articles Netflix shows the way for iGaming says BtoBet December 5, 2019 Damien Evans -GraphyteBetting real-time personalisation and engineering studio Graphyte has announced the launch of its latest product ‘Intelligent Layouts’, an innovation delivering operators’ complete personalised customer engagements across their web and app portfolios.Launching Intelligent Layouts, Graphyte aims to arm incumbents with ‘Netflix style personalisation‘ functions tailored for diverse player sports and market preferences sought after by betting customers.In its development, Intelligent Layouts aims to create an ‘entirely unique’ player layout experience customising mobile and desktop verticals with hyper-personalised navigations and menus, featuring intelligent sports category indexing.Damien Evans, co-founder of Graphyte, explained: “When we started Graphyte, our mission was to create the technology to change the one-size-fits-all model so prevalent in betting and gaming, to a one-size-fits-one model that seems so natural and obvious in other sectors like e-commerce. With Intelligent Layouts, we’ve built the capability for every operator to make the experience unique for every one of their customers.Beyond personalisation dynamics, Graphyte detailed that Intelligent Layouts will better support industry marketing, retention and compliance teams, with the component attached to betting content systems and backend platforms utilising machine-learning frameworks to feedback optimal information and deeper player profiles on browsing engagements.“The flexibility of Intelligent Layouts ensures that operators can control the level of dynamic content, and can choose to fix curated content on events, new games and banners, whilst personalising the remainder of the experience,” he added.“As an operator, you’ll know that every part of your site is tuned to the preferences of each player – all updated and managed in real-time. As a player, the experience is transformed, the games and product categories you like to play (or those that you are very likely to enjoy) are always front-and-centre, and it doesn’t stop there: promotions you might have missed, new game launches and events and price boosts in sports can all be brought to the fore with Intelligent Layouts. It’s incredibly powerful and the early results we’ve seen from operator trials have been extraordinary.” Marketing responsibly and using AI to unlock esports’ potential April 21, 2020 Paddy Power – Too Hot To Handle vs Love Island will be lockdown’s biggest market April 21, 2020 Submitlast_img read more