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Whats happening in Flint has some people wondering about whats happening in their homes.The Flint water crisis is highlighting the problem of lead exposure in kids.Lead can permanently lower IQ and cause behavior problems. Researchers have even linked children with elevated lead levels with a higher propensity toward crime later in life.Now, state officials are urging schools around the state to test their water for lead.But its also important to know whats going on at home.So with all eyes on water in Flint, you might be wondering whether you should have your tap water tested.Should I test my water?Public drinking water utilities are supposed to routinely test for lead under a rule in the Safe Water Drinking Act.Theyre supposed to go out and sample places in the system where they know lead can be a potential problem – those are places where, for example, water is delivered through an old water line made of lead.Your city is supposed to know where those lead service lines are ...Your city is supposed to know where those lead service lines are, so you can call your city and ask if they know whether theres a lead service line running to your house.In Flint, they might not be prepared to answer that question yet (the information is on index cards that they are trying to digitize). In Lansing, for example, you can give them your address and theyll tell you over the phone whether theres a lead service line running to your house.Its relatively easy, with a Google search, to find out what the lead tests show for your municipal drinking water supply.Water utilities typically manage the drinking water chemistry to control for corrosion in the pipes. It cuts down on the amount of lead that can leach from old pipes into your drinking water. Flint and state officials did not proactively manage for corrosion after the city switched its water supply in early 2014 - a pretty unusual situation.But even though the utility does tests in the system, the situation in your house can always be a little different. The plumbing and/or faucets in your house can contain lead, so ultimately, it never hurts to test your own water.How do I test for lead in water?I called up several cities in Michigan to see how they answered this question.In Grand Rapids, they referred me to the state.In Lansing, they referred me to the county health department. But they did offer to look up an address to see whether the home was serviced by a lead service line.In Ann Arbor, they assured me they test the water, that there are no lead service lines in the city, and offered a free lead test on the first sample.In Flint, youre supposed to be eligible for a free water test if you live in the city. When I called, they were busy, so I had to leave a message at the water plant.If you end up having to pay for it, a water lead test costs around or less. Check with your county or with this state lab for instructions on how to pull the sample.Lead paint is still the main concernIf you live in a home built in 1978 or earlier, you can assume theres lead paint in it somewhere.Heres how the EPA breaks down the risk of lead being in your home depending on when its built:The question is – do you have kids that can get exposed to it? You can talk to your kids doctor about testing them for lead exposure if you live in an older home.Mary Sue Schottenfels is the Executive Director of Clear Corps Detroit. The group helps homeowners clean up lead and other potential hazards in homes.She says the only real way to know where the hazards are in your house is to hire a professional.;To really properly test for lead, youve really got to test every component that either is deteriorating, like chipping and peeling paint, paint on a porch, paint on a railing, or is inherently a hazard like a window that goes up and down, or a door that bangs.;Friction on windows or door jambs can create lead dust – and that dust is one of the biggest ways kids can get exposed to unsafe levels of lead.Paul Haan is the executive director of the Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan. He said he once asked a lead assessment professional in Grand Rapids about lead and windows.;And I asked her, how often do you go into an older house thats still an older house, that hasnt been remodeled... and find a window that does not have lead-based paint on it? And she just looked at me with a blank stare and chuckled and said, that never happens,; Haan said.Haan said just about every pre-1950s house tested has lead-based paint on the windows.The other reason to hire a professional is that lead can show up in some surprising places – like bathtubs – old ceramic pots and pans – or the soil outside of your house.You can find a list of professional contractors who can do these tests on this state website.Its not cheap, but you can start smallWhole house lead evaluations like this can run 0 to 0. They use x-ray fluorescence tools to find the lead, and in the end, you get a full report of where the lead is in your house. This can be useful to avoid or fix potential hot spots, and to inform any future remodeling plans.But you can start small too. Lead testing kits from hardware stores can give you an indication of where lead might be – keep in mind that you might get false positives with those kits, or you might not find lead that is below other surfaces (like under several layers of non-lead paint).Another thing you can do is take individual samples yourself. You can send in individual soil samples, or you can get wipes that test for lead in your house.You might be able to get help from federal lead hazard reduction programsThere are several lead hazard reduction programs around the state.Depending on your circumstances, some of these programs will pay to clean up the lead in your house, some will ask you to contribute a little to the project, and some will do the work financed with a 0% loan on the house.With most of these programs, youll have to meet certain requirements.Your income has to be below a certain level.You have to live in an older home.You have to have a child in the house that is 5 years old or younger (they might want that child tested for lead).And you might have to show that the taxes are current on the house.To know the exact requirements in your area, follow the links below for more information:The State of Michigan - Lead Safe Home programDetroit – Clear Corps DetroitWest Michigan – Healthy Homes Coalition of West MichiganWayne CountySaginaw CountyGenesee CountyMuskegon CountyMost of the money for these lead abatement programs comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Money for the programs changes year by year, and counties, cities, and the state have to apply for the funds. The state of Michigan recently contributed .75 million to its lead abatement program.Right now in Michigan, these are the active lead remediation grants in the state:State of Michigan - ,410,000 - Lead Hazard ControlSaginaw County - ,000,001 - Lead Hazard ControlMichigan Dept. of Community Health - ,070,001 - Lead Hazard ControlGenesee County Health - ,070,000 - Lead Hazard ControlBerrien County Health Department - ,000,000 - Lead Hazard ControlSaginaw County - ,100,000 - Lead Hazard ControlCounty of Muskegon - ,100,000 - Lead Hazard ControlMichigan Department of Community Health - ,479,602 - Lead Hazard ControlWayne County - ,480,000 - Lead Hazard ControlCity of Detroit - ,525,371 - Lead Hazard Reduction DemonstrationCity of Lansing - ,728,605 - Lead Hazard Reduction DemonstrationSoutheastern Michigan Health Association - 9,995 - Healthy Homes DemonstrationYou might also qualify for a 0% development loanIf you dont qualify for a lead abatement grant program, you might still qualify for whats known as a ;community development block grant.;Typically, these are 0% loan programs to improve the housing stock in the city.Detroit has a new program called Detroits 0% Home Repair Loans program.To see whether your city or area offers these loans, check with your local community development office.And if you dont qualify for any of these programs, you can find a list of contractors who can do lead abatement work here.201510/403907When sediments are released slowly, the nutrients in them help sustain life in the lagoon, so everything flourishes.沉积物被缓慢分解,其中的营养滋养了环礁湖中的生物,生命因此繁荣。Where conditions are just right, corals manage to grow right next to the coast.环境条件理想的地方,珊瑚能一直长到岸边。Here pristine tropical rainforest grows right down to the waters edge, a stones throw from coral reef.在这里,原始热带森林一直延伸到了水边,离珊瑚礁只有一石之遥。Its a place where two worlds meet and animals from the reef and rainforest can be found right next to each other.这里,两个世界彼此交汇,环礁湖的海洋生物与热带雨林的动毗邻而居。201504/372111Europe Greece and the euro欧洲 希腊与欧元Toil and trouble受苦受难The government gets its latest austerity measures through, but only just希腊新一轮紧缩政策终以微弱优势通过Greece’s fragile coalition government only narrowly averted disaster on November 7th when it won parliamentary approval for a drastic new austerity package. The package scraped through with 153 votes to 128 in the 300-member house.11月7日,希腊风雨飘零的联合政府终于在国会通过了新一轮大规模财政紧缩的一揽子计划,但全过程命悬一线。在300人组成的国会中,该计划仅以153票对128票的微弱优势勉强得到通过。Antonis Samaras, the prime minister, made the best of it, saying that “Greece has turned a page.” Meanwhile furious anti-austerity protesters outside parliament hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at police in what has become a grim ritual.希腊总理安东尼斯·萨马拉斯(Antonis Samaras)对此大加吹捧,表示此刻“希腊翻开了崭新的一页”。而与此同时,紧缩政策的反对者们十分愤怒,他们在国会外向警察投掷石块和燃烧弹,这一严峻的事实已令人习以为常。The debate over the latest austerity measures, the toughest yet, had turned angry even before lawmakers studied the 500-page “poly-law” before them. Presenting the four-year programme to parliament’s economics committee, Yannis Stournaras, the finance minister, fended off attacks from Syriza, the leftist opposition party, pointing out that if it were voted down Greece would lose a desperately needed 31.5 billion euro( billion) slice of its bail-out funding, would default on its next debt repayment and would surely then make a disorderly exit from the euro.本次财政紧缩是目前规模最大的一次,甚至在立法机关亲自研究了这500页的“多方法案”之前,关于该政策的论辩已被激化。向国会经济委员会递呈这项四年计划的是希腊财长亚尼斯·斯图纳拉斯(Yannis Stournaras)。面对左翼反对党派“希腊极左翼联盟”(Syriza)的抨击,他回应称,若该计划未得到通过,那么,希腊将失去其急需的一笔315亿欧元(约400亿美元)救助金,进而无法在下一规定时间完成债务偿还,最终必然退出欧元区,引发经济混乱。Mr Stournaras had gradually given ground over four months of negotiations with the “troika” of the European Union, the European Central Bank and the IMF on the package to be implemented in 2013 and 2014. Greek proposals for cuts in government operating costs were rejected as unrealistic. So they were replaced by “permanent” spending reductions, code for slashing salaries and pensions.斯图纳拉斯财长与“三驾马车”(troika,即欧盟、欧洲央行和国际货币基金组织)就本次预计于2013年至2014年实行的紧缩计划进行过谈判。在这场长达4个多月的谈判中,斯图纳拉斯不断陷入被动。希腊政府曾提议削减政府运营资本,但“三驾马车”认为该计划不够现实而予以否决。因此,最终希腊政府接受了“永久性”减少政府开,这表示公务员的收入和年金将遭到大幅削减。Many elderly Greeks’ worst fears were realised when the law was unveiled. The biggest chunk of savings next year, about 4.6 billion euro, comes from reducing pensions, starting with a 5% cut for those on a modest 1,000 euro a month. “It feels as if the troika has selected the old for special punishment,” commented Constantina Athanassakis, a 70-year-old retired hairdresser.这一法案出炉的同时,众多希腊老人的噩梦成真了。政府明年预计达到的财政储蓄额度中,约46亿欧元的大头将通过降低养老金来获得。而首当其冲的则是对每月1000欧元的低额年金削减5%。“看来三驾马车选择让老人来接受这特殊的惩罚。”年高70的退休理发师Constantina Athanassakis表示。Salaries of better-paid public-sector workers such as central-bank employees, university teachers, judges and hospital doctors, will also be cut. Salaries at public-sector corporations are being reduced by 35% and capped at 5,000 euro a month, which means take-home pay of just 2,900 euro for bosses and fewer perks. Some cuts will be backdated. Next year’s budget assumes the economy will shrink by another 4.5%, but local economists predict that a collapse in spending by cash-strapped consumers could lead to an even bigger fall.而如央行职员、大学教师、法院法官和医院医生这些公共部门的高薪岗位,同样面临减薪。国有企业员工的降薪幅度达35%,月薪将不得高于5000欧元。换言之,领导们的税后月薪将仅为2900欧元,津贴也将大幅缩减。其中,部分减薪还将提前施行。据财政部估计,明年希腊经济规模将再次缩减4.5%。但希腊国内经济学家则预计,本已囊中羞涩的消费者,加上本次开削减,将使希腊经济面临进一步衰退。Antonis Samaras, the centre-right prime minister, promises this will be the “last and final” round of cuts. But Greece’s creditors are not so sure, given the poor record of all Greek governments on reform. The economy is not expected to start growing again before 2015. Few observers expect the government to keep to its new timetable of cutting 110,000 civil-service jobs by 2016. The privatisation programme has been disappointing. With Greece looking politically unstable and facing two more years of recession, it will be hard to attract foreign investors.对此,身处中间偏右派立场的萨马拉斯总理承诺本轮紧缩将是“最后最后一次”。但鉴于希腊政府在改革上鲜有佳绩,其债权国则并不表示乐观。据预计,希腊经济将至2015年才有望再次回升。希腊政府最新出台了2016年前削减11万公务员岗位的安排,但并不为观察家们所看好。另外,其私有化计划也收效甚微。像希腊这样政局动荡,外加后两年经济不振的国家,实非海外投资者的佳选。It does not help that Mr Samaras’s three-party coalition is increasingly fragile. His centre-right New Democracy party is expected to stay loyal at the next parliamentary test, approving the 2013 budget this weekend. Fotis Kouvelis, leader of the small Democratic Left, has also pledged to back the government. But his decision to abstain from the vote on November 7th has undermined his credibility with Mr Samaras. Mr Kouvelis could soon face a leadership challenge.即使财政紧缩计划得到了通过,也无力挽回萨马拉斯总理领导下三党联合政府(由希腊“新民主党”、“泛希腊社会主义运动”与“左翼民主党”于今年6月协商联合成立的政府,译者注)走向衰弱的事实。萨马拉斯总理所在的中右翼“新民主党”(New Democracy)将持下一轮国会的考验,即本周末通过2013年财政预算。联合政府中的小党“左翼民主党”(Democratic Left)党首佛提斯·科维利斯(Fotis Kouvelis)同样宣誓忠于政府决定。但11月7日法案投票当天,科维利斯宣布弃权。这一行为有损于他与萨马拉斯总理间的信任。因此,科维利斯此后不久可能乌纱不保。Many observers also believe that Evangelos Venizelos, leader of the PanHellenic Socialist Movement (Pasok), may be unseated. Mr Venizelos’s reluctance when serving as finance minister to investigate the so-called Lagarde list of 2,000 Greeks with bank accounts in Geneva has annoyed many in his party. Several former ministers think they could do a better job of rebuilding Pasok’s popularity, which is at an all-time low of around 6%, according to the polls. Yet if Pasok fragments, the government risks losing its majority—and the prospect of a Grexit will loom yet again.据众多观察家表示,同样面临失势的还有“泛希腊社会主义运动”(Pasok,简称“泛希社运”)领导人伊万格勒斯·维尼则罗斯(Evangelos Venizelos)。这位前财长在任期间曾拒绝调查所谓的“拉加德名单”,该名单中记录着2000名拥有日内瓦账户的希腊人信息(即2000名有逃税嫌疑的希腊人,译者注)。此行为引来其党内众多人士的不满。据民调显示,泛希社运的持率跌至历史最低的6%。对此,众多前任要员都认为,在重振该党持率上,自己一定比维尼则罗斯要干得出色。但若泛希社运一旦分裂,联合政府可能失去国会的多数席位。随之而来的,将是“希腊脱欧”危机的再一次降临。翻译:沈骜译文属译生译世 /201608/461574

听力参考文本:Erna Roberts has had a full life. As a survivor of the WWII Nazi takeover of her homeland, Latvia, as well as two separate Russian occupations, still living on her own at the age of 97 is the least of her feats.Her experiences are the subject of ;Ernas Life,; a new biography written by Janice Whelan and Erna Roberts.Whelan describes Roberts life growing up as something of a fairy tale, surrounded by forest, flowers, and castles where she grew up in the country. Her father was a successful businessman with woodworking factories.Roberts says she can still recall the first Russian takeover. She remembers standing on the university steps, about to go home, and watching Russian tanks pass by.Her mother greeted her when she got home by telling her that they didnt have a country anymore.Roberts fathers construction business was taken away and he was only allowed to visit without any other involvement.Then, her mother, grandfather, and brother were sent to Siberia. A Russian solider empathized with her situation because he had not been able to see his family for years, so he allowed her to say goodbye to them.When Germany took over, Roberts father was allowed to take back his business, but his land wasnt returned.Roberts journey to America happened by luck. She says to this day she does not know how her husbands uncle in America was able to locate where they were, but he sent a message saying that he would pay their way to the ed States.Whelan was a childhood friend of Roberts’ daughter and was shocked when she was told her story.Whelan says she came to realize, ;Everyone lives in their own reality and we assume everyones reality is ours.;In the beginning, Roberts says she kept her story secret, telling none of her coworkers at one of her first jobs.Her boss eventually discovered her past when a salesman shared a newspaper story with him that included a write-up on her fathers death that outlined his legacy as a Latvian millionaire, and their familys story.When he asked her why she never told anyone she replied, ;Why should I? Im just like every other employee here.;201504/367791

Thailand泰国Everything is broken离破碎Long in crisis, Thailand is close to the brink. Without compromises on both sides, it may well collapse深陷危机,泰国局势急转直下。对峙双方若互不让步,该国局势可能即将崩溃。LOOK on and despair. A decade ago Thailand was a shining example—rare proof that in South-East Asia a vibrant democracy could go hand-in-hand with a thriving economy. Contrast that with Thailand on May 7th, left in disarray after the Constitutional Court demanded that the prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra (pictured), step down with nine members of her cabinet over her decision to remove the countrys head of national security in 2011, in favour of a relative.泰国前景堪忧。十年以前,泰国还是东南亚国家中鲜少能够明生机勃勃的政体可以和蓬勃发展的经济并驾齐驱的耀眼榜样。与昨日的辉煌相比,5月7日的泰国则是一片混乱。泰国总理英拉·西那瓦(如图)2011年让自己一位亲属取代现任国家安全部部长的决定使得宪法法院要求她与9名内阁成员辞去相应职务。For all the pretence of due legal process and distaste at Ms Yinglucks nepotism, this was not an offence that merited the ousting of a prime minister. Instead, the ruling is a measure of quite how far Thailand has fallen, how deeply it is divided and how badly its institutions are broken. Unless Thais step back from the brink, their country risks falling into chaos and anarchy, or outright violence.所有对于相应法定程序的托词以及英拉裙带关系的愤恨都不足以成为剥夺一国总理的理由。与之相反的是,国家的管理是衡量泰国落后他国有多远,分裂问题多么恶劣以及政体破坏多么严重的标准。除非泰国能够走出危机,否则该国面临着混乱的无政府状态或者激烈的暴力冲突的危险。In kicking out Ms Yingluck, the court accomplished what months of anti-government street protests in Bangkok, led by a firebrand populist, Suthep Thaugsuban, had failed to bring about. It is far from the first time the court has ruled against her. To break the impasse on Bangkoks streets, she had called a February election, but the opposition Democrat Party boycotted it, and the court struck down the results. Ms Yingluck had been limping on as a caretaker. The message for many Thais is that the court is on the side of a royalist establishment bent on purging politics of Ms Yingluck, who came to office three years ago in a landslide election, and—especially—her brother, Thaksin Shinawatra, himself ousted in a coup in 2006 and now in self-imposed exile.叛乱煽动者素贴?特素班在曼谷领导的反政府街头抗议数月以逼走英拉的任务由宪法法院完成了。这个情形远不及法院首次对英拉做出裁决的情况。为了打破曼谷街头抗议的僵局,她曾召集了一次二月选举,但是反对党民主党对此抵制抗议,而且法院扼杀了选举结果。英拉像一个临时代理人一般的艰难前行。在许多泰国人看来,法院持建立一个君主主义制度以取代英拉政府统治。英拉三年前在一次压倒性的选举胜利中走上政坛。值得一提的是,英拉的哥哥塔克辛?西那瓦在2006年一次政变中下台,现在也无奈流落异乡。The entire apparatus of government has been sucked into the conflict between two visions of Thailand. For Mr Thaksins supporters, his emergence in 2001 marked a welcome break from decades of rule by corrupt coalitions or military juntas. Helped by a new democratic constitution in 1997, he gave a voice to Thailands majority, many of them in his northern and north-eastern heartland. In their view, he transformed the lives of the poorest with health and education programmes, and he challenged Thailands privileged elites in the bureaucracy, the army, the judiciary and the palace corridors of an ailing King Bhumibol Adulyadej. To the Thaksinites, both the recent street protests and the Constitutional Courts activism are the work of an establishment that cannot accept the results of the ballot box: in 2001, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2011 parties loyal to Mr Thaksin won elections fair and square, and Ms Yinglucks Pheu Thai party would have done so, too, in February.泰国整个国家机制已经深陷于该国两种观点的冲突之中。对于素贴的持者来说,2001年他的出现标志着几十年来腐败的党派勾结或者军队派别统治已被终结并迎来新的开始。1997年在一项新的民主体制的帮助下,他为泰国大多数人的利益振臂呐喊,这些人的大多数来自于他的北方地区和东北腹地。在他们看来,素贴通过医疗和教育计划改变了最贫困地区人们的生活,而且他勇于挑战泰国官僚体制下的特权阶级,军队,司法机关,以及体弱的泰国国王普密蓬?阿杜德代表的皇权阶层。在塔克辛拥护者眼里,最近的街头抗议以及宪法法院的动作都是由于反对党无法接受选举投票失败的结果:为塔克辛效劳的政党曾在2001,2005,2007以及2011年的大选中光明正大的获得选举,而英拉所在的泰党在2月份本也可以做到这样。There is merit in this interpretation. But so is there in what the Shinawatras enemies have to say. In particular, they charge that Thaksinite governments have been run for the benefit of his rural supporters (a mad scheme to subsidise rice threatens to bust the budget) and of the billionaire himself. There is something creepy about the way that the exiled, unelected Mr Thaksin has been calling the shots from Dubai.这种解释有其可取之处。但是这也是西那瓦家族的反对者所要说的。尤其是这些人指责塔克辛政府一直为他的农村持者以及他这个亿万富翁谋求福利(一项补贴粮食危机来破坏预算的愚蠢计划)。对于被流放的,未经选举的塔克辛先生在迪拜暗中谋划的传闻听来也是十分可怖。Now stalemate beckons. An election is supposed to happen. Ms Yingluck should have had the right to confront her undemocratic royalist foes at the ballot box. But an election is no solution because the opposition will boycott it. Mr Suthep has proposed a “peoples council” of the great and the good, but Thaksinites will rightly see it as a stitch-up designed to keep them out. The irreconcilable differences between the two sides have swallowed up Thailands courts, its army and even the monarchy—and left Thailand at the abyss. Investors, having borne years of simmering discontent, are taking fright. Blood has aly been spilled this year. The prospects of wider violence are growing as Thaksinite supporters threaten conflict on the streets.现在僵局仍然持续。该国应该进行新的选举。英拉应该通过选举来获得直面其非民主保皇主义反对者的权力。但是大选不是解决问题的方法,因为反对者仍将抵制选举。素贴应经提议为显要人物建立一个“人民议会”,但是塔克辛持者会认为这是一个旨在将他们排除在外的圈套。敌对双方无法调和的差异已经湮没了泰国的法院,军队甚至整个君主政体,并让其陷入万劫不复之地。忍受满腹不满情绪多年的投资者也整天惶惶不可终日。满腔热血已在今年挥洒殆尽。随着塔克辛持者扬言街头冲突,更大范围内的暴力活动将会愈演愈烈。Stop and think停战深思If Thailand is to avoid that catastrophe, both sides must now step back from the brink. The starting point is the devolution of Thailands highly centralised system of governance. At the moment only the capital has a democratically elected governor, yet all 76 provinces should also have one—this would not only help a rumbling Muslim insurgency in the south, it would also offer a prize to Mr Suthep, because the winner of the national election would no longer win all the power. In return for this reform, the Democrat Party must pledge to accept election results; and in return for that, the Pheu Thai should run without a Shinawatra at the helm.如果泰国想要避免灾祸,对峙双方必须在局势崩溃之前各退一步。首先要做的就是要将泰国高度集中的管理权力下放。目前只有该国首都拥有一个民主选举的管理者,而其他的76个省 份也应该有这样的管理者——这不仅可以协助解决日渐激烈的南方穆斯林暴乱,还将会为素贴带来额外之喜,因为小全国大选的获胜者将不再是大权独握。作为这场改革的回报, 民主党必须保接受选举结果;而为了回报这个结果,泰党应该在没有西那瓦家族成员掌权的情况下运行。Goodwill is in short supply in Thailand today. Yet by fighting on, the two sides risk bringing ruination to their country. Compromise would, by comparison, be a small price to pay.在今日的泰国,友好善意是如此稀缺。而双方持续对峙面临着给国家带来巨大祸端的风险。通过对比,双方的妥协让步将会是比较小的代价。译者:田密译文属译生译世 /201506/380990

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