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Second Circuit: Judge Augustus Aikens said the circuit currently has two components to its PECT program: school/civic speakers and communications.
Fourth Circuit: Judge Pauline Drayton-Harris reported that although the PECT program isn't formally initiated in Duval County yet, the judges actively participate in public education through speaking engagements.
Ninth Circuit: As in the eighth circuit, the ninth circuit PECT program has help from the Court Administrator's Public Information Officer, who sends out news releases and deals directly with the media, noted Judge C.
He noted the PECT program in his circuit is informal and still in the planning stages, but the judges are interested in becoming more involved.
Judge Caddell, the PECT co-chair, noted that Florida county judges take pride in their work to increase public confidence in the judiciary.
Paul Williams, director of corporate banking, who has been recruited from the Royal Bank of Scotland, said, 'We are excited about the pros- pects here for the South Wales economy.
The Inter- national Monetary Fund ex- pects annual oil exports to al- most double to $139 billion by 2016,converting last year's esti- mated budget deficit of 8.
The Government's hope is that the scheme will incentivise large, non-energy intensive organisations to reduce their carbon emissions; indeed it ex-x pects to achieve an annual saving of 4.
Like all as- pects of business, actions speak louder than words (or logos) and the re-branding roll-out comes shortly after the stepping down of CEO Ed Borgerding and lay-offs throughout the workforce.
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