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BEST OF MEXICO : Ensenada is certified as first green port

Environmental certification granted by international foundation




Mexico News Daily | Monday, August 31, 2015





















Ensenada, the only deep-water port on the Baja Peninsula, has been named Mexico’s first green port.







The official certification was presented to Communications and Transportation Secretary Gerardo Ruiz Esparza at a ceremony in the Baja California city on Saturday.







He said a green port is distinguished by the fact that its operators, workers and users participate in its responsible development and operation based on a strategy that is environmentally conscious.





The certification, he continued, recognized that Ensenada complies rigorously with national and international laws regarding environmental management and port sustainability, keeping the emission of pollutants to a minimum.








The certification program is operated by ECO Sustainable Logic Chain, a foundation that develops environmental management tools for ports all over the world. It is a part of the European Sea Ports Organization…

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THAILAND PUTS MANGO DISH ON A STAMP TO HONOR RELATIONS WITH SINGAPORE

Khaosod English
22 September 2015, Last update at 18:03:00 GMT













Lick the Sweet Taste of Bilateral Relations in Stamp Form











New stamp commemorating 50 years of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Singapore were announced today.
















BANGKOK — To honor the mutually “sweet” relations with Singapore, Thailand’s military government has reached for one of the kingdom’s most delicious assets: mango sticky rice.








A half million new postage stamps adorned with ready-to-lick images of famous desserts from both nations – mango sticky rice and ice cream sandwiches – have been printed to commemorate the golden anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries, Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced today.





“It represents our sweet relationship, from past to present,”
the ministry’s Norachit Sinhaseni said at a ceremony today.




Each stamp will cost 3 baht, so those wanting both desserts need prepare 6 baht for a double-serving.















Thailand established diplomatic relations with Singapore soon …