Kazantip 2012 - The Most Known Open Air Music Festival Its summertime in Denver, which means plenty of sun, embracing the great outdoors, and mountains of incredible music. Denver is home to some amazing venues, and we never have any trouble booking great acts to bring the house down. So, whether you are interested in just one band entertaining you for an evening, or being part of a massive music festival, here"s a few shows to watch out for this summer 2009. Support Mont Lyons, hailing from Austin, TX, has been playing heavily locally ever since festival wristbands, but I"m not complaining. The groovy, emotional and upbeat sound of this band makes me dance every time. Lead singer Bryan Oliver plays keyboard and sings at his mightiest, while band mates Trevor Smith and Brandon Crews on guitar and bass groove to their music, keeping the crowd hanging on for that next song. Variety Entertainment envisions to create something that will carry the spirit of positive entertainment, social consciousness, and personal success. Variety Entertainment Jade Events will create these means of expression through Funk Fest which signifies quality creativity and uniqueness.The festival"s mission is to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Old School Music and to sport wristbands boost up the African American pride. E: For this album, you"re putting out photos you took of valley landmarks and a series of short films and "webisodes" you directed to tell stories for each song on the LP. Of course, there are goals that have to do with physical measurements (weight, body fat percentage, size), and other goals that might have to do with your performance, like running a certain time or distance. Another type of goal might be to get yourself geared up for a future event or challenge, like a 10k run, or a full or 1/2 marathon, or a triathlon, or a "Tough Mudder" event wristbands, or a long distance cycling event, or a 3-day walk, and so on. You could even schedule a vacation where you"ll be active, like climbing, or surfing, or skiing, or white water rafting, or hiking. You get the point. The festival also has arts and crafts, entertainment, and food vendors. Children will enjoy the carnival rides while the adults listen to the music. There will also be turtle races, a petting zoo, and much more! Admission is free. Make life exciting, after all, life is not meant to be a spectator sport! Jump in and do things you haven"t experienced before, you will create memories that could last a lifetime.

Government orders end to illicit transfer of waste to rural areas

Environmentalists have welcomed a central government move that aims to clean up the countryside by systematically wiping out illegal waste dumping sites by 2020.

Local authorities have been ordered to scour their areas and list the location, main content and scale of any random trash piles, including rubbish floating in bodies of water, before dealing with them.

They also need to halt the illegal transfer of urban waste to rural areas within two years, according to a circular issued on Wednesday.

The document - jointly released by the ministries of housing and urban-rural development, ecology and environment, water resources, and agriculture and rural affairs - said local authorities should draft tailor-made measures and work plans specifying goals, annual tasks, responsibilities among departments, and methods of supervision and monitoring.

It also called for a crackdown on those who lease or rent farmland used as unlicensed landfills, with those who cause heavy pollution to face prosecution.

Ma Yong, deputy secretary-general of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation, said the government had long paid the most attention to environmental protection in urban areas, and this had resulted in a grim situation for rural environmental protection.

It has not been unusual to hear of village officials colluding with enterprises to illegally pile waste on unused farmland or vacant land, he said.

The ministries" decision was welcome because such sites could pollute soil and underground water if not treated properly and in a timely fashion, which would hinder the country"s efforts to build a "beautiful China", he said.

Mao Da, a policy consultant at the China Zero Waste Alliance, an NGO, also welcomed the central government"s move. He said the government should also pay attention to the increasing amount of locally generated waste in rural areas.

"Life in rural China has become more and more urbanized and the amount of locally generated waste has been on the rise," he said.

Instead of copying the urban mode of waste disposal, the government should draft targeted measures for rural China, he said. For example, some of the waste could be sorted and turned into compost that could be used locally.

The circular was published after central authorities unveiled a three-year action plan on Feb 5 to improve the rural living environment.

Improving the rural living environment is an important task for the country to accomplish its goal of building a moderately prosperous society by 2020, the document said, adding that it has great significance to the wellbeing of farmers and harmony of rural society.

"Although progress has been made, the living environment in rural China is unbalanced, with many areas in the grip of dirt and disorder," it said. "It falls far short of people"s expectations and marks a key weakness in social and economic development."

The country aims to make remarkable improvements in the rural living environment by 2020, according to the document. Villages should be clean and tidy, and residents should have enhanced hygiene and health awareness.

It lists some key tasks, including garbage sorting, toilet upgrades, residential sewage treatment and village management.

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