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  • British energy major Shell will not be able to buy Russian gas due to London’s anti-Russia sanctions, Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary of Russian President Vladimir Putin, told the media on Saturday. “London wants to be the leader of everything anti-Russian. It even wants to be ahead of Washington! That’s the cost!” Peskov outlined. He was referring to the fact that the UK is the only country to have imposed sanctions on Russia’s Gazprombank, through which payments for Russian natural gas are made. The measure effectively denies Britain the ability to pay for the commodity.

 

  • Scientists studying Tonga’s seabed expect to find dramatic changes in the underwater topography following the catastrophic eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai sea volcano on January 15, 2022. NIWA and The Nippon Foundation are undertaking a mission to discover the undersea impacts of the recent Tongan volcanic eruption. In a rare opportunity to improve understanding of the nature and impact of a major volcanic eruption, NIWA scientists are sailing to Tonga to survey the ocean around the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai (HT–HH) volcano and surrounding regions. They will be surveying thousands of square kilometres of the seafloor and collecting video images of the eruption’s impact from NIWA’s research vessel, RV Tangaroa, and using SEA-KIT International’s Uncrewed Surface Vessel (USV) Maxlimer to conduct further mapping. The TESMaP project will take place in two parts – NIWA’s research vessel Tangaroa, will set sail next week [9 April] to do the first part of the surveying. Following that, SEA-KIT International’s 12-metre-long USV Maxlimer, in coordination with Seabed 2030, will remain at sea for an additional month of mapping and environmental data collection. Scientists will gather acoustic data using echosounders to determine the shape and structure of the underwater landscape, including the thickness of ash deposits and the formation of any new bedforms. This data will then be compared with previous maps to identify areas for sampling, so that further changes to the area, such as impacts to marine life and the seafloor’s chemical composition, can be assessed. Before the eruption, much of the volcano was above water but now none of it is and the neighbouring islands of Hunga Tonga and Hunga Ha’apai were reduced in size. The eruption was unprecedented and unexpected; volcanos of this type were not previously anticipated to erupt so violently or trigger such large explosions.

 

  • The Mekong River Commission (MRC) on March 31 unveiled the first water-level monitoring station near the top of the Lower Mekong River Basin, in Long district of Laos’ Luang Namtha province. The station is a “part of a broader MRC plan to reduce vulnerability for millions of Southeast Asians, whose lives and livelihoods downstream are too easily affected by a sudden, unexpected flow of water”, the inter-governmental organisation said in an April 1 statement. “The new monitoring station at Xieng Kok, which sits on Lao PDR’s northern border with Myanmar, will require the sort of cooperation that the MRC has long advocated. In this case, Myanmar has an opportunity to jointly collect data with Laotian colleagues about water discharge – which will then be quickly accessible to the millions living downstream.

 

  • The global ban on the manufacturing and use of plastic products due to environmental concerns has increased the demand for natural fibres. As a way to control plastic use, Tanzania set severe punishments, including a two-year prison sentence or a fine of up to $400,000, equivalent to Sh920 million for defaulting manufacturers. Also, the government said a person found carrying a plastic bag would be subjected to an on-the-spot fine of $13, which is about Sh30,000.

 

  • The Honduran Supreme Court has approved the extradition of Juan Orlando Hernndez to the U.S., where the former president will face drug trafficking and firearms possession charges. The court’s decision to reject Hernndez’s appeal ratifies a 16th March decision by a Honduran judge to grant his extradition to the U.S.

 

  • The March 16 earthquake that struck off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture was stronger where a Shinkansen was derailed than the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, according to East Japan Railway Co. The Tohoku Shinkansen derailed about 2 kilometers southwest of Shiroishi-Zao Station in Shiroishi, Miyagi Prefecture, in the March 16 quake that registered a maximum intensity of upper 6 on the Japanese seismic scale of 7. A seismometer installed near the derailment site recorded 89.4 kines and 582.7 gals following the earthquake, according to JR East. A kine is a unit for a spectral intensity (SI) value that indicates how much a structure shakes in a quake, while a gal is a unit of acceleration that measures the extent of an earthquake’s seismic waves. The Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011, registered 67.6 kines and 514 gals at the same location.

 

  • The number of South Koreans getting married tumbled to a new all-time low in 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic and young people’s changing attitude toward marriage, government data showed. The number of couples tying the knot in Asia’s fourth-largest economy came to 193,000 last year, down 9.8 percent from the previous year, according to the data from Statistics Korea. The number is the lowest since 1970, when the statistical agency began compiling related data, and represents the 10th straight year of shrinkage.

 

  • A tourist was seriously injured after a needlefish, known in Thai as pla tek leng, stabbed him in the neck while he was swimming with other people at a beach in Laem Ngop district on Thursday. Local residents and tourists brought Noppadol Sringam to the shore after he shouted for help at Ao Tan Khu beach around 1pm. He was given first aid before being taken to Trat Hospital. Suchart Jitmungmanotham, chairman of Bang Pid tambon administration organisation, said needlefish are found commonly in shallow coastal habitats. They can make short jumps out of the water, he said.

 

  • Unemployment in South Africa grew by 0.4 of a percentage point to reach 35.3% in the final quarter (Q4) of 2021, Statistics South Africa has revealed. This is the highest since the start of the QLFS (Quarterly Labour Force Survey) in 2008.

 

  • The president of Finland, which borders Russia, has claimed that the widespread support for NATO membership expressed in recent opinion polls could pave the way for joining the US-led military bloc without a referendum. The attitude of the Finns towards NATO membership took a U-turn following Moscow’s attack on Ukraine. “NATO needs to know that there is popular support. We already have that, in my view,” Sauli Niinisto told Yle on Wednesday. He added that, given the favorable polls, the country would not need a referendum on joining the bloc if it receives supermajority support in parliament.
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