Students of All-Age School take Part in Symposium on the Environment

first_imgRelatedStudents of All-Age School take Part in Symposium on the Environment RelatedStudents of All-Age School take Part in Symposium on the Environment RelatedStudents of All-Age School take Part in Symposium on the Environment Advertisementscenter_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail A mini-symposium on the environment was staged at Campbell’s Castle All Age School in Manchester, recently, under the Jamalco/Forestry Department Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), signed in 2009.Representative of the Forestry Department, Mr. Sherton Douglas, in his presentation to the students, highlighted the importance of trees to the environment. He also demonstrated how trees should be planted and requested several students to plant trees.At the end of the exercise, School Prefect, DeAndrew Moore thanked Jamalco and the Forestry Department for the information. “We now have a better understanding of how to take care of our environment,” he said.Principal of the school, Mr. Owen Lambert, said that the presentation was comprehensive and “the students obviously benefitted, because of the energy they displayed during the feedback session.”The Jamalco/Forestry Department’s MoU is the second to be signed between the two entities under a strategic partnership, aimed at preserving and enhancing Jamaica’s agro forestry.The MoU has been expanded to facilitate the continuation of work which started seven years ago to significantly increase Jamaica’s forest cover.A public education programme in communities in Jamalco’s operating areas is also an important aspect of the MoU. Students of All-Age School take Part in Symposium on the Environment EducationMay 3, 2010last_img read more

Sony updates policy to allow refunds on pre-orders

first_imgSony updates policy to allow refunds on pre-ordersRefunds also allowed up to 14 days past purchase date if game has not yet been downloadedRebekah ValentineSenior Staff WriterMonday 1st April 2019Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleSonySony has changed its refund policy to allow people who purchase pre-orders on digital titles to have them refunded at any time prior to the release date.In the same change, Sony also now allows refunds of games past the purchase date (or release date in the case of pre-orders) for up to 14 days after payment was taken, provided the game has not begun downloading or streaming yet.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games This is somewhat closer to refund policies on storefronts such as Steam and the Epic Games store, which also give 14-day windows for refunds following purchase, but unlike Sony allow those refunds to be used if the game has been downloaded and played for under two hours.Last year, Sony was one of several companies on the receiving end of a Norwegian Consumer Counsel complaint that their digital stores did not adhere to European consumer legislation with their refund policies. The legislation mandates a “right of withdrawal” where a purchaser can receive a refund for a purchase for 14 days after they make it unless they knowingly waive that right. In this case, stores such as Steam, Origin, and the PS Store at the time did not include a checkbox asking the user to consent to losing the right of withdrawal.The complaint was dropped for all companies involved save for Nintendo, which is being taken to court in Germany this year over its eshop policy (as reported by Eurogamer), which does not allow cancellation of pre-orders at all. The case is not expected to be resolved until fall of this year.Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Publishing & Retail newsletter and get the best of in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesReturnal | Critical ConsensusCritics praise Housemarque’s roguelike shooter for fast-paced combat and unforgiving, gorgeous world, but say it misses the mark on some key aspectsBy Marie Dealessandri 9 days agoSony testing PlayStation Plus film and TV offeringPlayStation Plus Video Pass will be available for a limited time in PolandBy Marie Dealessandri 19 days agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more