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By Dialogo July 07, 2010 During a meeting in Brasilia Monday, Argentine agriculture minister Julián Domínguez and his Brazilian colleague Wagner Rossi discussed the possibility of a common policy in the international market for agricultural and livestock products. “If we stand together on one policy on soy exports, we will be the world’s largest producers, surpassing the United States,” declared Rossi, who hosted Domínguez in the Brazilian capital, official news agency Agencia Brasil reported. The cabinet secretaries were participating in the first quarterly meeting of the two ministries’ staffs, following the agreement reached by the two governments in Buenos Aires in June. Brazil and Argentina are the principal agricultural exporters in South America. “We want to institutionalize the pedagogy of cooperation (in the agricultural and livestock sector). There are obstacles, but we are trying to consolidate a space of cooperation in which issues can be pinned down in a simple way,” Domínguez said. The Argentine minister said that it is important for the entire Mercosur to benefit from the investments Brazil has made in new markets. “It’s a historic opportunity to act on the world food scene and to participate in the search for new markets,” Domínguez said. “We want to go together to Africa, to Russia, and certainly the other Mercosur countries are going to accompany us,” he added. The five principal areas in which cooperation agreements will be explored are biotechnology, household agriculture, bioenergy, trade relations with third countries, and strategy for addressing developments in genetics. read more
The University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team had a relatively successful performance in the Bahamas, missing out on the Hoopfest Championship by only four points after outplaying a ranked Arkansas squad for most of the way. They’ll need to use that loss as motivation as their time away from the Kohl Center begins to mount.Wisconsin (5-2) is tasked with the Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech (5-1) in the annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge. After consistently stumbling through non-conference schedules in past years, the Badgers have performed at an encouraging level thus far in 2019. Their victory formula has centered around winning the rebounding war and the battle in the paint, as well as consistent defense leading to open looks in transition.Women’s Basketball: Badgers take down Ball State before falling in Hoopfest championship gameThe Badgers’ women’s basketball team spent their Thanksgiving holiday in the Bahamas capital city of Nassau, playing the Ball State Read…Georgia Tech features senior Francesca Pan, who has led the Yellow Jackets to one of their best starts in program history under a new head coach, Nell Fortner. The Badgers will need to execute on the glass in order to limit possessions and control tempo — something they let slip as Arkansas came from behind to beat them last week.The Badgers have gotten plenty of production from their starting five this season, benefiting from Abby Laszewski’s consistency and the Imani Lewis’ scoring. Suzanne Gilreath’s quest to climb UW’s all-time three-point shooting record has gone semi-stagnant, but Wisconsin can count on her to capitalize on her green light from beyond the arc through the remainder of the season. Look for her to bounce back against Georgia Tech.Wisconsin’s bench has seen Sydney Hilliard perform well in limited minutes, but has struggled with consistency at times and has allowed teams to hang around in the early season games to date. Against the North Dakota State Bison, a game that should be little more than a tune-up, the bench will see key playing time that they must capitalize on to generate momentum moving forward.Women’s Basketball: Badgers battle to victory against Eastern IllinoisThe University of Wisconsin women’s basketball team (4-1) earned their fourth win of the year but had to fight for Read…The Badgers could really use two road wins to keep their season on track, as competitive conference play is only weeks away. Head Coach Jonathan Tsipis’ club could stand to create a cushion in their record in order to make a tournament push for the first time in years.Wisconsin takes on Georgia Tech Dec. 5 in the McCamish Pavilion, and travels to freezing Fargo, North Dakota Dec. 8 to play the Bison at the newly opened Scheels Center. Tip-offs are at 6 p.m. and 2 p.m., respectively. read more
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. – A couple had fallen through the ice while riding their snowmobiles on Long Lake Friday morning.The boyfriend survived, but first responders couldn’t save his girlfriend from Linwood, Michigan. Police and rescue teams are sending a strong message to everyone that ‘no ice is safe ice.’60–year-old Lynne Bever suffered from cardiac arrest and drowned. Rescue teams worked to keep her alive after she went through the ice on her snowmobile.“It’s just a matter of minutes before hypothermia kicks in and sucks all your strength,” said Chief David Robbins, Alpena Township Fire Department.Bever’s boyfriend rushed to shore to contact police. When troopers arrived on scene, the boyfriend rode back on the lake to save Bever. That’s when the boyfriend and his snowmobile fell through the ice. Rescuers saved him, but it was a tough situation rescuing Bever.“We had rescuers that were going through the ice during the rescue attempt,” said Robbins. “That’s how thin the ice is out here.”Officers say they don’t want this to happen to anybody else. “Definitely make sure it’s safe before you go out because it could be life or death,” said DNR Conservation Officer Jessica Curtis.First responders also say any amount of ice is unsafe. Four to 9 inches of ice can still crack, especially during these warmer temperatures.“As you can see it’s very thin,” said Curtis. “Four days ago this was open water, but it looked like safe ice and they drove right over it.”Less than a week ago, two friends were forced to escape out their car windows when an ice fishing trip on Long Lake had gone wrong. “I’d wait until it’s below freezing night after night for weeks in a row,” said Curtis.Even if conditions are right, people venturing out should tell family where they’re going.“A fun day on the ice is not worth my life and it’s not worth anybody’s life,” said Curtis, “and that should be everybody’s motto… [no ice is safe ice.]”AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious INSIGHTS: Weed is legal in MichiganNext Michigan State Police Raising Awareness on Stalking read more
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