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Beautiful picture of me.And it didnt say anything about my empire.一张我的美照 但上面内容跟我的帝国没有半毛钱关系It was just for a skin serum.It was an ad. For a skin serum,For a product I do not use.就是个推广护肤精华液的 就是个精华液的广告 还是我从来没用过的产品I dont endorse this product.I dont want to say the companys name.我才不会给它打广告 我不会说那家公司的名字Im gonna call it ;Garbage Water;.Awh, if you see the same ad.就叫它;垃圾水;好了 喔 如果你们也看到那个广告I want to make it clear.I dont use ;Garbage Water;.Ive never used ;Garbage Water;.No introduce ;Garbage Water;.我得澄清一下 我从来没用过;垃圾水; 我也不会用它 也不会推广它The ad. makes ;Garbage Water; Looks really good.It says celebrities use it.那广告十二分地美化了;垃圾水; 说什么好多明星都在用It says its been seen on Dr.Oz.None of it is real.I did some research.还说上过;奥兹医生秀; 全都是吹的 我查了一下Here are some people that have used the product.用过这产品就这些人318 people have filed complaints with the Better Business Bureau.318位消费者向商业改善局投诉了这款产品And heres an Amazon review.The woman said the serum was a scam,and the company charge her credit card 89.95.来看看亚马逊的 这位女士说精华液完全是个骗局 那家公司还扣了她信用卡89.95美元Yeah. So anyway,after all that happened.I was outraged afterall.Then I went back to Yahoo News.嗯 总之 这一切发生之后 我很愤怒 然后我回到雅虎新闻的页面And then I saw a terrible picture of Oprah,And then a beautiful picture of Oprah.接着我看到张奥普拉的丑照 和一张她的美照Turns out, shes using the serum.So I bought some, becasue I felt like...结果是她正在用这款精华 于是我买了一些 因为我觉得She looks great.I mean, yall,She looks really good.她很好看 你们说对不对 她看起来真得很漂亮Lets celebrate my empire with this dance, shall we?跳个舞来庆祝一下我的帝国 怎么样 /201601/424783Maybe youre not the one Im thinking of.No ,yeah. Maybe not, maybe not.可能是我认错人了 是的 可能不是我Absolutely, we just listened to some FINE music. - That definitely happened.没错 我们是听了好听的音乐 -这是真事Its good.Ah, So ;Horrible Bosses;s very, very funny and Jen who...很好 ;恶老板;真的很搞笑 詹妮弗她Youre kind of the Brunt of her vulgarity.She does so many things to you. That must be really...你激发了詹妮弗粗俗的一面 她对你做了很多事 那一定That must be hard to deal with that.Yeah. Somebodys got do that.You know what I mean.Its strange, though.还是挺有难度的吧 对 总要有人做的 你知道我意思 不过感觉怪怪的Its strange hearing that stuff coming out of her mouth because and you know her better than I do.听她说出那种话 感觉很奇怪 你比我更了解她But it seems like its not the way she would normally talk.那应该不是她平常说话的风格Right? - No, its not.Yeah. She is...She seemed uncomfortable doing it.对吧 -是的 她平常不这样说话 她 她自己也觉得很别扭But of course, you know, but I get a kick out of it. - Right.但当然了 我听了还是蛮高兴的 -恩And, and honestly, that doesnt necessitate to be said,这种话不必多说but shes really the most lovely, sweet, wonderful person.但她真的可爱甜美 招人喜欢And Im through that Ive got to work with her twice.我很高兴能和她合作 我们共合作了两次She is. She is. But, there was...She texts me sometimes是的 但有时候 她发信息给我she takes a picture of what she has to and send it to me.拍了她要念的台词发来给我She goes this is the date of today. I have to say this.她说今天真是够受的 我要说这些台词Its so horrible. - Yeah.Its a, I mean its really disgusting but shes so funny.糟透了 -是的 台词挺恶心人的 但她很幽默Isnt she just so naturally funny and quick?她天生就如此机智有趣吧 /201512/414352

Most of us know balloons from festivals and fun fairs, where they are colorful and amusing, but in the 19th century, before airplanes were invented, balloons were used in wartimes to spy on the enemy position.我们大多数人都知道,人们在节日或游乐园里会放飞丰富多的气球。但在飞机发明之前的19世纪,气球在战时被用来对敌人位置进行侦探。One or two men would go up with a telescope in a balloon tied to the ground with a rope.一到两个人会带着望远镜进入气球,升到空中,而气球则绑在地面的绳子上。However, because the enemy might fire a cannon at them, this was dangerous.然而,因为敌人可能用大炮向他们开火,因此这相当危险。So before men would go up in a balloon, they would first float (or send up) a trial balloon without any men in it to test the situation.所以,在侦查人员进入气球之前,他们会首先放起(或发射)一个试探性气球(里面没有任何人)来试探一下情况。If the enemy tried to shoot that trial balloon, the men would not go up.如果敌人试图攻击这个试探性气球,侦查人员就不会再坐上去了。From this origin, today we use this idiom in any situation where we want to measure public reaction or opinion before committing a lot of money and effort to some project.正是来源于此,在我们给某个项目投入金钱或精力之前对公众的反应或意见进行试探的情况下,都可以使用这个成语。 /201501/355111

  

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  Business this week本周经济要闻The Volkswagen scandal rumbled on. Prosecutors in Germany expanded the number of employees at the car maker who are under investigation to 17. But they have yet to find firm evidence that senior executives had knowledge of the rigged software in diesel cars that yielded false ings in emissions tests. In France authorities opened a formal inquiry into “aggravated fraud”. VWs chief in America, Michael Horn, resigned. Matthias Muller, VWs chief executive, warned of “substantial and painful” ?nancial damage at the company because of the scandal.去年德国大众排放丑闻还在继续发酵。目前该公司已有17人接受德国检查机关的调查。但是他们还没有发现有力据明大众高层对柴油机机车中的“作弊”软件知情。该“作弊”软件能够篡改尾气排放测试中的显示数据,从而使其尾气排放量达标。法国当局则对德国大众的这起“严重欺诈”正式展开调查。大众集团北美地区总裁迈克尔·霍恩)离职。大众首席执行官马塞勒斯·穆伦警告说,这起排放丑闻将给公司财务状况带来“巨大而沉痛”的打击。Under pressure to hand over more tax in Britain, Facebook reportedly told its larger British advertisers to pay it via its UK subsidiary rather than through its office in lower-tax Ireland. Earlier it was revealed that in 2014 Facebook paid just 4,300 in corporate tax; the next year British tax authorities paid the social-network company 27,000 (,000) to place ads reminding people about tax commitments.据报道称,在英国当局要求加大纳税额的压力下,脸书公司要将英国大型客户的广告营收不再列为税率较低的爱尔兰总部的收入,而列入英国分公司的收入。2014年脸书缴纳的公司税仅有4300英镑。2015年英国税务部门让脸书发布宣传公民纳税义务的广告,并付其27,000英镑(44,000美元)的广告费。Chevron announced additional cuts to its capital-spending plans on top of the ones it outlined last December. Like its rivals, the oil giant has been hurt by the prolonged fall in oil prices. The further reduction in spending should shore up its dividend to shareholders, which it has paid out continuously since 1926.美国油气生产商雪佛龙(Chevron)宣布再次削减其去年12月所定的几项首要计划的资本预算。像其他油气生产商一样,石油巨头雪佛龙(Chevron)也受到了油价低迷的冲击,这次进一步削减资本预算应该会对其发放股东红利有所帮助。该公司自1926年来一直不间断地派发股利。Oil prices have been rallying recently, however. Brent crude rose above a barrel for the first time since early December and at mid-week was priced 47% higher than the 13-year low it had sunk to in mid-January. The price has risen in part because oil production in America, where output from shale fields has boomed in recent years, is dropping. The price of iron ore soared by record amounts after Chinese officials said they would do what it takes to boost growth?不过近期石油价格有所回升。布伦特原油(Brent crude)交易价自12月初以来首次上浮超过40美元/桶。在本周中期,布伦特原油交易价比一月中期13年来的最低价高了47%。这次油价上涨的部分原因是美国石油产量正在下滑,而近年来美国的页岩油气产量猛增。另外由于中国政府表示他们会采取措施促进经济增长,随后铁矿石价格飙升,增幅创新高。The prospect of building Hinkley Point C, a proposed nuclear-power plant in Britain, was thrown into turmoil after the chief financial occer of Electricite de France, which is to build Hinkley, quit over concerns that the project threatened EDFs future. At 18 billion ( billion), Hinkley would be the most expensive power plant in history.英国欣克利角C核电站的建造计划陷入僵局,原因是建造该核电站的法国电力集团(électricité de France)的财务总监认为该项目会影响公司未来发展,故决定退出该项目。欣克利角C核电站将是史上造价最昂贵的核电站,预计至少需投资180亿英镑(250亿美元)。 译文属译生译世201603/432482

  The week after Memorial Day is when Michigans political and business leaders pack up and head north to Mackinac Island for the annual Detroit Regional Chamber Policy Conference.Mackinac is a major political event where political fundraisers are as ubiquitous as horse-drawn carriages, bicycles, and complimentary cocktails.The conference also known for wheeling and dealing, talking out the tough questions, and reaching consensus, or at least compromise, in its clubby, chummy environs.But it looks like that wont be the case this year.The Detroit Regional Chamber is full-on behind a bailout plan for the Detroit Public Schools thats also backed by Governor Rick Snyder and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan. The plan is a bipartisan effort, passed by the state Senate with support from Republican and Democratic leaders, as well as the Detroit delegation.But, it landed with a big thud in the Republican-controlled state House. It didnt help that there was a scandal where Detroit school administrators were found to have taken big kickbacks from a vendor who sold school supplies that were never delivered. As well as sick-outs by DPS teachers protesting the possibility of payless paydays as soon as July.The Republican-only House version is much less generous with the money that would go to support the district and is critically different when it comes to handling the proliferation of charter schools in the city.The Detroit Regional Chamber, Snyder, and Duggan all planned to use the Mackinac Island event to try and make some headway with House Republicans.Chamber members were being asked to take every opportunity to buttonhole the GOP House lawmakers and argue for the Senate version of the bailout. But, now it looks like, that isnt going to happen.Normally the legislature meets in Lansing during the first day of the conference. Then lawmakers head up for the final few days but, this year, the Republican Speaker of the House is telling his chamber to stay put. That votes will take place all week.;Im not keeping anyone captive. What Ive said is that we will be holding votes,; Speaker Kevin Cotter told reporters last week. This keeps his Republican lawmakers in Lansing instead of being cajoled and arm-twisted on Mackinac.But Cotter says, just maybe, if theres a deal in hand then he might be open to releasing the House later this week to head up to the island, ;If we have a DPS deal done, and we have the budget done, then I would probably be willing to at least reconsider. But, at the same time, were not going to jeopardize the quality of the product that we put out as to either of those just for the purposes of trying to get out of town.;In other words, if theres any deal-making to be done, itll be in Lansing and not over chilled-shrimp and cocktails at Mackinac.201605/446841Tax incentives税收鼓励Sparks fly火花飞舞Georgias breaks for electric vehicles may be too good to last乔治亚州对电动车减税的做法,犹如昙花一现,怕长久不了OLIVIA PEDERSEN thought the Nissan Leaf parked outside her favourite lunch spot near Emory University, must be hers. But she could not open the door. Nor could she open the door of the identical Leaf behind it. Cautiously, she tried the third Leaf in line and happily drove away. More than 14,000 electric vehicles are now registered in Georgia; California is the only state with more. But the juicy state incentives for buying them are coming under attack.埃默里大学附近停着一辆日产聆风,巧的是正好停在奥利薇亚·裴德森(OLIVIA PEDERSEN)最爱的午餐厅门口,她觉得这辆车属于自己。然而,她既开不了车门,也无法打开后面一辆聆风同款车的车门。接着,她小心翼翼地试了第三辆聆风,然后满心欢喜地开走了。如今,在乔治亚州,超过14000辆电动车已注册登记;加州成为全美注册电动车数量最多的州。但是,对电动车购买的福利政策即将遇冷。Residents can claim an income-tax credit for 20% of the cost of leasing or purchasing an electric vehicle, up to ,000. Combined with a possible federal tax incentive worth ,500, savvy Georgians are driving all the way to the bank in nearly-free electric cars. Nissan sells more of its Leaf models in Atlanta than in any other city, according to Don Francis from Clean Cities-Georgia, which promotes the use of cars like these.民众表示收入税中有20%用于租赁或购买电动车,高达5000美元。价值7500美元的联邦税收激励政策或出台,精明的乔治亚人全程驾驶免费的电动车前往。来自清洁城市——乔治亚(Clean Cities-Georgia)的唐·弗朗西斯表示,在亚特兰大州,日产汽车售车数位居全美第一;Clean Cities-Georgia致力宣传这种车的用途。Such trends motivated Chuck Martin, a representative in Georgias House, to sponsor a bill to end state incentives for electric vehicles. He argues that the income-tax credit costs too much—about .6m in 2013—and that only urban types benefit from these sorts of cars. Mr Martins bill was voted down in committee in February, but seems to be still breathing. Another House bill, mostly to finance transport projects, would reduce the credits; it is now before the Senate.乔治亚议院的代表查克·马丁受到了这种潮流影响,并且出资赞助一项法案,内容涉及终结各州对电动车的优惠政策。所得税的信贷费用高昂(2013年达1360万美元),而且只有城市的信贷才能从这些车辆中受益。马丁先生的法案于二月份遭到否决,但似乎还在“苟延残喘”。另一项议院法案,主要目的是为交通项目融资;如此一来,信贷费用减少。目前,该法案摆在参议院面前。Fans of electric vehicles say Georgia now leads the country in clean transport. Local power companies have helped by offering off-peak prices of 1.3 cents per kilowatt hour for charging the cars at night. And the sales tax levied on this power stays in the state, whereas cash spent on petrol largely goes elsewhere, says Jeff Cohen, founder of the Atlanta Electric Vehicle Development Coalition.电动车迷说道,如今,乔治亚州带领全州使用环保的交通工具。当地电力公司也积极响应,并提供低电价即1.3美分每瓦,供居民晚上充电。亚特兰大电动车发展联合公司创始人杰夫·科恩( Jeff Cohen)称,对该电力公司所征收的销售税在该州维持不变,相比之下,其他地方大把银子却花费在汽油上。Cutting the credits altogether might also harm Georgia in other ways. A study by Keybridge Public Policy Economics, a consultancy, says the state could lose 2m by 2030 if they disappear and people buy gas-guzzlers instead. That is because drivers will spend 4m on petrol to get around (in contrast with the 1m they would have paid in electricity bills), and will no longer fritter away their savings from the federal electric-vehicle tax credit in Georgias shops. But the states incentives may be safe in the legislature after all; the president of the Senate drives an electric car himself.对信贷费用的削减有可能在其他方面伤害乔治亚州。咨询机构键桥公共政策经济学(Keybridge Public Policy Economics)的一项研究表明,到2030年,如果电动车消失,人们便青睐“油老虎”,那么该州将遭受损失25200万美元。原因是:驾驶者将花费71400万美元去加油站加油(相较之下,他们只需花费26100万美元在电动车上);同时可以从联邦电动车税收信贷中积攒储蓄。然而,该州的优惠政策在立法过程中终究是安全的,参议院议长自己是骑电动车的。译者:黄柳 译文属译生译世 /201503/366310Climate change气候变化Raise the green lanterns高举环保大旗China is using climate policy to push through domestic reforms中国以环境政策推动国内改革WHEN world leaders gathered in Paris to discuss cutting planet-heating emissions, a pall of smog hung over Beijing. In parts of the capital levels of fine particulate matter reached 30 times the limit deemed safe. Though air pollution and climate change are different things, Chinese citydwellers think of them in the same, poisoned breath. The murky skies seemed irreconcilable with the bright intentions promised in France.当各国领导人齐聚巴黎讨论有关减少温室气体排放的问题,北京被厚厚的雾霾笼罩。在首都的某些地方,大气细颗粒物的含量达到了最低安全指标的30倍。尽管空气污染和气候变化不是一件事,但生活在城市的中国居民认为他们都会在我们呼吸的过程中毒害我们的健康。灰蒙蒙的天空似乎和领导人在法国所承诺的美好意愿不太相符。Yet a marked change has taken place in Chinas official thinking. Where once China viewed international climate talks as a conspiracy to constrain its economy, it now sees a global agreement as helpful to its own development.然而中国官员的思维模式开始有了显著的变化。曾经中国认为国际气候谈判是一场阻碍其发展的鸿门宴,现在中国领导人将全球气候协议看成是有助其发展的一种推动。China accounts for two-thirds of the worlds increase in the carbon dioxide emitted since 2000. It has come a long way in recognising the problem. When China first joined international climate talks, the environment was just a minor branch of foreign policy. The ministry for environmental protection had no policymaking powers until 2008. Only in 2012 did public pressure force cities to publish air-pollution data.自2000年以来,全球三分之二二氧化碳排放量的增长量都来自中国。而中国在很长一段时间后才开始正视这个问题。当中国第一次参加国际气候谈判时,环境问题仅仅只是其外交政策的一个小分。环境保护部在2008年以前都没有制定政策的权利。而出于公众舆论的压力,各市政府在2012年才公布了空气污染数据。Yet today China pledges to cap carbon emissions by 2030 (reversing its former position that, as a developing power, it should not be bound to an absolute reduction); and it says it will cut its carbon intensity (that is, emissions per unit of GDP) by a fifth, as well as increase by the same amount the electricity generated from sources other than fossil fuels. The latest five-year plan, a blueprint for the Communist Partys intentions that was unveiled last month, contains clear policy prescriptions for making economic development more environmentally friendly.但是中国决定在2030年前控制碳排放(该决定与中国过往的立场完全不同,中国之前的立场是作为发展中国家的中国不应该被规定做出绝对数目的减排目标),宣布大幅减少碳浓度(即每单位GDP的排放量)达五分之一,同时中国将增加五分之一用除化石燃料以外的清洁能源来发电的电量。在上个月最新出炉的五年计划包含着共产党对中国未来的规划,其中明确包含促使经济更环保发展的政策。Theres more更多内容Right after the Paris summit, however it ends, China is expected to make more promises in a new document, co-written by international experts, that presents a far-reaching programme of how China should clean up its act. It is based on models that account for both economic and political viability. On top of existing plans, such as launching a national emissions-trading scheme in 2017, the government may even outline proposals for a carbon tax, something that has eluded many prosperous countries in the West.不管过程如何,各国在巴黎峰会上通过了一份由各国专家共同撰写的文件,其中要求中国在环境问题上给出更多的承诺,同时该文件中还有一个计划长远的项目用以指导中国该如何规范其行为。该文件是基于那些给出经济可行性和政治可行性的模型。在现存计划之外,如2017年开始运行的全国碳排放交易系统,中国政府甚至开始拟定征收碳排放税,而在许多发达的西方国家,这都是一件避而不谈的事。The big question is why China is now so serious about climate change. The answer is not that Communist leaders are newly converted econuts. Rather, they want to use environmental concerns to rally domestic support for difficult reforms that would sustain growth in the coming decades. Since a global slowdown in 2008 it has become clear that to continue growing, China must move its economy away from construction and energy-intensive industry towards services. At the same time, China faces an energy crunch. For instance, in recent years China has been a net importer of coal, which generates two-thirds of Chinas electricity. It all argues for growth plans that involve less carbon.问题是中国为什么现在对气候变化如此重视?不是因为共产党领导人向环境保护论低头。相反,中国领导人希望用环境问题来召集国内持,增援改革瓶颈,维持接下来几十年的经济增长。自2008年全球经济增长放缓以来,中国领导人开始明白,要实现经济的持续增长,中国经济需要摆脱建筑业密集型和能源密集型的特点,转向务集中型经济。与此同时,中国面临能源枯竭问题。举个例子,近几年中国是煤炭净进口国,而煤炭发电量占中国总发电量的三分之二。这些都让低碳经济增长计划成为讨论热点。This is where signing international accords, such as the one hoped for in Paris, come in, for they will help the government fight entrenched interests at home. Observers see a parallel with Chinas joining the World Trade Organisation in 2001. It allowed leaders to push through internal economic reform against fierce domestic opposition. In the same way, a global climate treaty should help it take tough measures for restructuring the economy.正如巴黎气候大会所预设达成的协议一样,签署这些国际协议能够让各国政府更有利地对抗国内根深蒂固的利益集团。有分析人士认为中国2001年加入世贸组织的行为也同样有着这一目的。此举让中国领导人能够在强烈的国内反对声音中继续推动内部经济改革。同样,全球性的气候条约能够使得一些重构经济的硬措施成为可能。It will not be easy. Provincial party bosses and state-owned enterprises hate to shut factories, particularly in those parts of the country, such as Shanxi and Inner Mongolia in the north, where coal is a big employer. Cutting demand for energy is even harder. Even if the amount of electricity used by state industry falls, that used by private firms and households is bound to increase. What is more, environmental regulations and laws laid down by the centre are routinely flouted.但是这不会是件简单的事。各省级政府以及各个国企领导不希望关闭工厂,特别是像山西和内蒙古这些以煤矿业提供工作岗位的北方省份。降低能源需求就更苦难了。即使国有产业的用电量下降了,民用和私营企业的用电量一定都会上升。另外,由中央政府制定有关环境的法律法规常常遭到各地政府的无视。But cleaning up Chinas act has, for the central government, become a political necessity too. Environmental issues have been major public concerns for over a decade, says Anthony Saich of Harvard University, which has conducted polls. True, rural people fret most (and with good reason) about water pollution. But those in the cities gripe about their toxic air. Both represent a reproach to the government over its neglect of peoples lives and health.但对于中央政府来说,变更中国的行为模式也开始有了政治必要性。哈佛大学的安东尼·塞挈进行了一项投票调查,称环境问题在过去十年中变成了公众关心的一大问题。事情确实是这样的,比如农村居民最担心的是水污染问题(这个担心也是非常合理的)。但那些居住在城市的人抱怨空气中的毒害成分。这两种人都表达了对政府忽略人民生命健康的斥责。That is why national economic goals, political goals, public opinion and international pressure all point towards trying to cut emissions, pollutants included. In particular, says Zhang Zhongxiang of Tianjin University, now that dealing with climate change is a pillar of Chinas diplomacy, the government must show it can keep its promises. It has some tools at its disposal. Across the country, the environmental record of government officials has become a crucial part of their evaluation by the Communist Party; and cadres will be held accountable for their actions even after leaving their position. Several provinces have aly punished officials for environmental accidents and for not enforcing environmental laws.这也是为什么国家的经济目标、政治期望、民众意见以及国际压力都将矛头指向了减少某些污染物在内的排放量。就像天津大学的张忠祥所说的一样,现在气候变化问题成为中国外交的重点之一,政府必须要拿出遵守承诺的行动。中国有着其自身可用的方法处理环境问题。环境行政档案成为了共产党评定一个政府官员的重要依据,各级政府官员即使在离职后依然要对其在职时所作的决策负责。某些省份已经因为出现有关环境问题的事故或者没有依环境法行政等问题对一些官员进行了惩处。Fifty shades of grey五十度灰But there are obstacles to real change. The electricity grid and national power market are ill-equipped to increase renewable generation by much. Corruption in industrial procurement remains widesp, which does nothing to promote long-term efficiency or reductions in emissions. Competing incentives are also in play: earlier this year, the authorities forced a big Chinese investment company to buy back shares it had sold in old-fashioned industrial fields, for fear that it might depress share prices (which crashed anyway in a more general stockmarket meltdown). The government will not trust market mechanisms alone, says Yang Fuqiang of the Natural Resources Defense Council, an activist group.但想要真正做到改变,前面还有一些拦路虎。国家电网和国家能源市场对于新能源大量涌入没有足够的准备。行业采购中的腐败行为依然泛滥,这对于提高长期效率以及减少排放没有好处。竞争激励依然起作用:今年早些时候,一家大型中国投资公司在旧工业领域出售了许多股份,但有关部门因为担心抛售会使股份价格贬值(虽然其股价在股市暴跌情况下依然跌至低谷),于是强制要求其购回相应股份。维权团体自然资源保护委员会的杨富强称,政府不会把宝都压在市场机制上的。Nor are leaders yet pushing for change on all fronts. For instance, government efforts to cut emissions of carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide are greater than for many other greenhouse gases. Scarce and polluted water, one of Chinas most severe environmental challenges, is almost entirely beyond the scope of the current raft of reforms. And China refuses to publish its estimate of the environmental toll of economic growth.但政府也没有在每个方面都推进改革。例如政府对于减少二氧化碳和氮氧化物所采取行动明显大于其他温室气体。稀缺且日益受到污染的水资源是中国最严重的环境威胁之一,但却几乎没有没能在这一轮改革的方案之中看到相关措施。而且中国政府拒绝透露经济增长所带来的环境破坏预估值。Sceptics scoff that Chinas promises in Paris are irrelevant because emissions will probably peak regardless, long before the promised 2030. Nor has the government said how high that top might be. Yet the sceptics underestimate the importance of an international agreement for China and beyond. Like other countries, China has to date followed a pattern of “grow first, clean up later”. Yet very quickly it has recognised the dangers and drawbacks of such a policy and has been pouring money into clean energy and other innovations it hopes will provide green growth. In that, it may prove a model for other fast-developing countries. That might signal a small patch of blue sky.持怀疑态度的人嘲弄称中国在巴黎气候大会上的承诺根本毫无意义,因为远在2030年前,全球温室气体排放量不论如何都会达到最大。尽管没有政府预计过这个最大的具体数值是多少,但这些人都低估了国际协议对于现在和以后的中国的重要性。和其他国家一样,中国曾经采用“先污染后治理”的模式。但是很快中国政府就意识到了其中的危害和缺点,并投入大量资金建设清洁能源和其他有助于绿色增长模式的研发。因此,中国或许能够成为其他高速发展国家的可模仿的例子。这可能标志着天空那一抹蔚蓝色出现。 /201512/414736

  

  Fill a kettle with water, then turn on the burner.灌满水壶,扭开炉灶。In a while, your kettle will start belching white billowy stuff into the air.不一会儿,你会发现水壶向空气喷出滚滚“白气”。What is this stuff? Steam?这是什么?水蒸气?Actually, no.事实上,不是。Steam is water thats heated to two hundred twelve degrees Fahrenheit.水加温到212华氏度就变成了水蒸气。Believe it or not, steam is invisible–you can seeright through it!不管你信不信,水蒸气是透明的。If you look closely at the end of your kettles spout, youll notice that the white stuff doesnt start right away.如果你仔细观察壶嘴,会发现“白气”离壶嘴有半英尺远,It begins billowing about half aninch away from the nozzle, with clear gas in between.不是直接从壶嘴喷出,中间还隔着透明的气体。This clear gas is the actual steam.这透明气体才是水蒸气。The billowy white stuff is what the steam turns into when it hits the drier, cooler air of your kitchen.而翻滚的“白气”是水蒸气遇到厨房的干冷空气凝结而成。Those white billows are, in fact, clouds, not steam.事实上,袅袅“白气”不是水蒸气而是积云。In many ways, they are identical to the cloudsyou can see in the sky.从很多方面比较,和我们看到天空的云朵并无二致。The white color comes from tiny liquid water droplets that have condensed from the steam.我们会看到白色是因为是水蒸气凝结成的小水滴飘浮在空气中。More accurately, these billows are a type of cloud called a “mixing cloud.”更准确地说,我们称翻滚的“白气”为“混合云”。These can form when two separate air masses–with different temperatures and different amounts of water in them–mix together.两种温度、含水量不同的云团混合就可以产生。In the case of your kettle, the hot, steamy gas cools rapidly in the kitchen air, and thissudden coolness is what makes some of the vapor condense.比如,壶嘴中喷出的高温水蒸气遇到厨房空气,迅速冷却,至少水蒸气凝结。Mixing clouds are pretty common, and they dont need to start with steam.“混合云”很普遍,没有水蒸气也能产生。You see mixingclouds when you “see your breath” on a cold winter day.冬天天冷时,你会发现呼出的气体,变成了“混合云”。Youll find them rising from a bowl of warm soup.同样,热汤也会飘出“混合云”。Wherever theres a mixing cloud, you can bet some warm, moist air is mixing with air thats cooler and drier.只要有“混合云”,你就可以肯定某些高温潮湿气体和低温干燥气体相遇且混合。201409/332893

  On Wednesday, NATO announced that it will hold a formal meeting with Russia on July 13th, the only days after the alliances summit in Warsaw. 周三,北约宣布将于7月13日与俄罗斯举行正式会谈,就在华沙联盟峰会的几天后。According to Russian ambassador Alexander Grushko, The main focus of the meeting will be on military security in the wake of decisions to be taken at the NATO summit in Warsaw.据俄罗斯大使亚力山大·格鲁什科称,继华沙北约峰会采取决定后,焦点主要集中在军事安全上。We hope for a frank and serious dialogue on the issues related to the increased NATO activities near Russian borders and their impact on the security and stability in Europe and its regions.我们希望进行坦率而严肃的对话,就北约在俄罗斯边境附近活动的增加,以及他们对欧洲及地区在安全和稳定上的影响。U.S. and Russia remain at odds over the country of Ukraine and whether NATO has the right to expand eastwards towards Russia.美国和俄罗斯就乌克兰和北约是否有权朝俄罗斯向东扩张仍争执不一。译文属。201607/453292。

  听力参考文本:Kylie Clifton has long, thick waves of blonde hair, the same sandy shade as her moms.And the day Kylies mom took her to the salon to get those hair extensions—that was a big day. And not just because, for the first time, Kylie felt really pretty.;Today is the first day of the rest of my life,; 11-year-old Kylie posted on Instragram that evening. ;So happy I dont know what to do with myself.;Just a few months before, Kylie was still living as Kyle—an earnest, thoughtful boy who struggled with anxiety. In the weeks leading up to those hair extensions, the Cliftons told a small but growing circle about Kyles gradual transition to Kylie.But the hair marked a new phase. An end to keeping the wigs and girls clothes at home for after school or just the weekend.Because the next day, everybody at school would know: Kyle was now Kylie.;I couldnt chicken out,; Kylie says, looking back. ;Im not very good with decisions, so I couldnt just take them (the extensions) out that next morning and just put it off for another day. As if I thought I wasnt y.;Getting yThat past Christmas, before Kyle ever told a single person he was, in fact, a girl, his parents felt like Kyles anxiety was becoming increasingly unmanageable.But they didnt know why.There was that weekend Kyles mom and sister were out of town, and Kyles dad took him and his twin brother to a movie. When they got home, Kyle shut himself in his bedroom closet, crying quietly. His dad would come up and knock gently on the door, but Kyle kept insisting he didnt want to talk about it until his mom got home.But when Ginger Clifton did get back, Kyle still wouldnt say much. He shrugged the incident off as just another bout of anxiety.So many times, Kyle had wanted to find a way to talk about the thoughts he was having.That his whole life, every time he watched a movie, he pictured himself in the girls role—the Marilyn Monroe or the Jennifer Lawrence.That when he tried to picture his future, growing up and becoming a man, doing manly things like walking his imagined daughter down the aisle, it just seemed fuzzy. Impossible.On the way home from that trip to the movies, Kyle sat in the back seat, googling ;What do I do when I feel like I want to be a girl?; and pouring over websites about gender reassignment surgery.But all of that felt equally impossible. The best plan Kyle could come up with, in his 11-year-old mind, was waiting until after college graduation—and then disappearing from Michigan, from friends, family, everybody he knew and loved. ;Maybe I would just kind of disassociate myself from everyone, and just kind of move away and not be heard from,; Kylie says now. ;I dont know. Crazy thoughts like that.; Finally, one night, Kyle worked up the courage to tell his mom.He knew hed backed out of this before. So late one night, after hed gone to bed, he sent his mom a text.;It was a Wikipedia ;Transgender; link, is literally the only thing that she sent,; Ginger remembers, laughing. ;I was home, downstairs in the living room. So I brought my phone upstairs, and I said: So, I guess we have some things to talk about!;This, it turns out, was the easy part.For Ginger, hearing Kyle talk about what he was feeling—and who he wanted to be—made sense, on some deep maternal level.She was worried, of course. About how the world would treat her kid. And mostly, about school.Difficult conversationsBecause the family had moved just a few months before this, Ginger had never even met the principal at Kyles school, Portage North Middle School, just south of Kalamazoo.So, she set up her first-ever meeting with the principal and the school counselor.;And they sat there in the room, and their eyes got really big!; Ginger laughs. ;But they were very willing to work with us. Even though they didnt really know quite exactly how to do it.;;It was an—an interesting conversation,; remembers Principal Travis Thomsen. ;It was a difficult conversation. Because, nobody had any experience with it.;But what the school did next was really important, because it set the tone for how everything else was going to play out. And its what more and more schools are starting to do when theyre in this spot: They brought in a professional.When people are afraidJay Maddocks official job title is executive director of the Kalamazoo Gay and Lesbian Resource Center.But really, his job is managing fear.;You know, whenever youre pushing for change, in an area of something that people dont understand—sometimes the worst comes out in people when theyre afraid,; he says, leaning over a boxed lunch of salad and chicken breast at the White House LGBT Summit, held in Dearborn this spring.Hes just ducked out to return a call to an elementary school in west Michigan, where their first transgender student had come out—and the school wanted Maddock to tell them what the heck to do now.This is what he does. He goes from school to school, talking to parents and teachers and staff about what it means to be transgender, and to have a transgender kid in their community.And at all of these training sessions, theres one fear he hears over and over again: What if students start to pretend?As in, what if a guy pretends to be a transgender girl, in order to get into the womens restroom and hurt someone?So Maddock tells them: Heres what youre going to do. When a transgender student comes out, sit down with them. Get to know them.Then, make a transition plan. When would the student like to start using different pronouns? A different name?And, yes, ask them what bathroom they want to use.Then, make it school policy that without this kind of transition plan, kids cant just switch restrooms whenever they feel like it. ;Lets imagine that an adolescent pulls a prank, and goes into a restroom that doesnt match with their gender identity,; Maddock says. ;Were not asking you to uphold that. So when a student violates your school rules, theyre still violating the rules.;Legal guidanceThe real purpose of these ;what if; policies, Maddock says, is to give schools what theyre craving right now: clarity.Something that tells them what to do, so that if parents get angry, they can point to it and say: Look, weve thought this through, and it puts us on the right side of the law.Specifically, Title IX.Thats the law that makes gender discrimination illegal at public schools.And under the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Education is cracking down on it.The Office of Civil Rights is telling schools: You have to let transgender kids use the bathrooms that fit their gender identity.One Michigan district, Bedford Public Schools, is currently under investigation for alleged transgender discrimination.;A very good day;At Kylies school, this Title IX stuff really stuck with Principal Thomsen.;That helped to guide some of our decision-making, and processes that we were considering internally,; he says.So Thomsen brought in Jay Maddock, and had him do staff trainings for all the teachers.They covered all the basics: What is transgender? Why do transgender kids face more bullying, have a higher risk for suicide? What kind of logistics are involved in helping a kid transition at school?So after all this, what happened when Kyle transition to Kylie—and, eventually, started using the girls bathroom?Was there an uproar, or angry parents?Principal Thomsen thinks about that one for moment.;To be perfectly honest, there wasnt a reaction,; he says. ;It was a non-issue for students and our staff. It just wasnt an issue.;And for Kylie?;I was nervous at first, as theres usually always a lot of people in the girls bathroom,; she says. ;But it didnt matter. Nobody acted like they cared. It was just like any other bathroom.;And that first day, with the hair extensions? A few people gave her some weird looks. One guy asked if she was ;punking them.;But overall, she says, ;it was a very a good day.;The backlash in Michigan As more transgender students come out, more schools are going to have to figure out their responses.The State Board of Educations optional guidelines for schools were supposed to help them do that.But the backlash—from Republican lawmakers, from worried, upset parents—its been fierce.And its the kind of backlash that makes you wonder if its going to be harder for trans kids to come out.Which is actually why Kylie Clifton says she wanted to talk about all this so publicly.She says she wants other trans kids to know that, sometimes, if you come out—its OK.;I think I could just, um, potentially help someone else,; she says at her kitchen table, looking down at her hands. ;I dont have a problem talking about it. I mean, some people dont like talking about it. But, its the truth.;Meanwhile, the state school board is still taking public comment on those LGBT school guidelines through May 11.201605/441436

  Business Office communication The Slack generation How workplace messaging could replace other missives商业报道 办公通讯 Slack一代 职场通讯工具如何取代其他沟通形式STEWART BUTTERFIELD, the boss of Slack, a messaging company, has been wonderfully unlucky in certain ventures. In 2002 he and a band of colleagues created an online- game called “Game Neverending”. It never took off, but the tools they used to design it turned into Flickr, the webs first popular photo-sharing website. Yahoo bought it in 2005 for a reported m.通讯工具公司Slack的老板斯图尔特·巴特菲尔德(Stewart Butterfield)在一些创业经历中上可谓因祸得福。2002年,他和一群同事创办了名为“游戏无止境”(Game Neverending)的网络视频游戏。该产品并未成功,但他们用来设计游戏的工具后来却发展成为互联网首个广受欢迎的照片分享网站Flickr,后于2005年被雅虎收购,据称出价达3500万美元。Four years later Mr Butterfield tried to create another online game, called Glitch. It flopped as well. But Mr Butterfield and his team developed an internal messaging system to collaborate on it, which became the basis for Slack. In Silicon Valley, such a change in strategy is called a “pivot”; anywhere else it is called good fortune. Today Slack is one of the fastest-rising startups around, with 0m in funding and a valuation of around .8 billion.“I guess the lesson should be, pursue your dream and hope it fails, so you can do something else,” says Cal Henderson, Slacks chief technology officer.四年后,巴特菲尔德试图创办另一款名为Glitch的网络游戏,同样以失败告终。但巴特菲尔德和他的团队在创业过程中开发了一个内部通讯系统用于协作,奠定了Slack的基础。在硅谷,这种战略上的转变被称为“转型”,要是放在其他任何地方都会被称为运气。今天,Slack已成为上升最快的创业公司之一,融资5.4亿美元,估值约为38亿美元。“我想这给我们的经验是,追逐梦想,希望梦想失败,这样你就可以做点儿别的了。”Slack的首席技术官卡尔·亨德森(Cal Henderson)说道。It is rare for business software to arouse emotion besides annoyance. But some positively gush about how Slack has simplified office communication. Instead of individual e-mails arriving in a central inbox and requiring attention, Slack structures textual conversations within ths (called “channels”) where groups within firms can update each other in real time. It is casual and reflects how people actually communicate, eschewing e-mails outdated formalities, says Chris Becherer of Pandora, an online-music firm that uses Slack.办公软件很少能唤起什么情绪,除了厌烦之外。但有人对Slack赞不绝口,称其简化了办公通讯。Slack不是把电子邮件都堆在一个收件箱里让人处理,而是按话题(称为“频道”)组织文本对话,便于公司中的团队实时沟通。这种形式较为随意,反映出人们的实际沟通方式,并且避免了电子邮件那套过时的形式,在线音乐公司潘多拉(Pandora)的克里斯·贝赫勒(Chris Becherer)说道,该公司就使用Slack进行办公通讯。 /201606/447012

  Jump ahead to 2010.Alright, somehow she didnt have time to put her top on.跳到2010年 好吧 她似乎没时间穿上上衣 She is like, oh no, okay, is everybody in a hurry?她就像 噢不 好吧 很着急吗Thats just, I dont ...So shes got everything going on and then just drapes that over there.那真是 我不 她把其他的都穿好 然后把上衣随意披上Its almost like ;Sports illustrated; doesnt care about selling bikinis to their male ers.I dont know what they are doing.似乎;体育画报; 不介意把比基尼也卖给男性读者 我不知道他们到底在干什么Clearly womens bathing suits are getting tinier and tinier,and theyre getting more and more expensive.很明显 女性泳装布料越来越少 然后也越来越贵Since that whats people want,Im gonna start selling these in Ellen Show.既然这是当今的潮流 我也打算在艾伦秀卖泳衣了I like to give the people what they want.So this is the bikini I will be selling.我历来都迎合大众口味 这就是我要卖的比基尼and theyre expensive too,because theyre small.它们也很贵 因为它们布料很少This is...Okay, this is...Oh, Im sorry.这是 好吧 这是 噢 抱歉That was the back, Im sorry.So here, there you go.拿反了 我很抱歉 这样 这下对了This is ,000.And I know youre like Ellen,you got to wear a top with this.这个卖一万美元 我知道你们和艾伦想的一样 要穿个上衣配这个You cant just wear this, youre right.So here is the top that I have made.不能只穿这个 没错 所以这个呢 就是我做的上衣Okay, hang on.You get the idea.Anyway, we have covered the evolution of bikini,Now its the time to school yall with this dance.好的 等等 你们懂的 无论如何 我们已经总结了比基尼演变史 现在是时候开始舞蹈课堂了 /201510/404170

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