• Are We Running Out Of Drinking Water?
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    Are We Running Out Of Drinking Water?

    You’ve probably heard a lot about rising sea levels and flooding like never before. But the biggest water crisis brought on by climate change could be not having enough to drink. Thirty-three of the world’s biggest cities, with over 3 million people, already face extremely high water stress. That’s a total of 255 million people throughout the world. But by 2030, that number could almost double. 71% of the planet is covered in water, but only 2% of that is fresh. And only half of that is actually accessible. 1%. The rest is trapped in glaciers and ice sheets. After looking at how much water is actually available, and how…

  • The world’s most polluted river |  DW Documentary
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    The world’s most polluted river | DW Documentary

    Our journey begins in the mountains of the island of Java….. At the foot of the Wayang volcano there is a lake….. The cradle of the Citarum river. Titi Bachtiar, a geographer at a university in the region, knows this place well. Situ Cisanti is the name of this sacred lake at the beginning of the Citarum. If we walk a little further, I’ll show you the real source, where the bubbles come out of the ground. The water here is very pure — clean enough to wash your face with? It’s more than just home for me. I feel at peace here. The water is still so clean. Legend…

  • ASMR Forest tingles, triggers ear to ear sound
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    ASMR Forest tingles, triggers ear to ear sound

    Welcome you! Long sharp nails unfasten the zipper long blonde hair fluttering in the wind Let it be said that it’s not really unhygienic but, us will be tasty:) Long, sharp nails with a knife cut his meat for barbecue Not advertising the store “Auchan”:)) and so on relaxing sound of burning branches What it tasty within Yummy super Oh and eat soon:) That’s great!! this salt The murmur of the river and dance a long, sharp nail Long sharp claws scratching the tree long nails tapping on the box The same dry ration for soldiers from the PREVIOUS video (I opened it in another video. Look on the channel)…

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    Environmental Destruction: Excessive pollution from Crude Oil on the Niger Delta

    Because of this oil contamination, we have water contamination. Our economic program, the Russia show program and the environmental program, these 3 destroy all the natural resources of the people. Including fish, said fish, animal and even human. That is economy that has left the people useless. It destroys their means of livelihood. There was no means of survival in the community, because the community depends on water for their economic livelihood. There’s no job because no one can fish again, we can’t begin to farm again because the oil has destroyed everywhere. Oil is not a blessing at all. No, no it is the cause. The oil seeps into…

  • The Good Oil – Could waste provide a solution for water pollution?
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    The Good Oil – Could waste provide a solution for water pollution?

    One thing that I truly enjoy about long hikes and runs and walks is that you have an opportunity to reflect on what you’ve done you have long periods where you can think about the new experiments you can mull over everything that’s happened you know over the past week of research and you can come up with new ideas. My name is Justin Chalker I’m a senior lecturer and research leader in the Institute for nanoscale science and technology at Flinders University synthetic chemistry is the science and art of making molecules. As a synthetic chemist it fascinates us at the most fundamental level to make a material that…

  • India’s effort to clean up sacred but polluted Ganga River
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    India’s effort to clean up sacred but polluted Ganga River

    AMNA NAWAZ: The Ganga River, known as the Ganges under British rule, is one of the most revered waterways in the world, and also one of the most polluted. It provides water for nearly half-a-billion people, more than any other river in the world, stretching from the foothills of the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Varanasi, India, on the latest efforts to help clean the river. FRED DE SAM LAZARO: In Hinduism, the Ganges, or Ganga, is sacred, a river that has nourished an ancient civilization since its beginning. Today, the Ganges Basin, the river and its tributaries, takes in 11…

  • Building A Host Environment For Beneficial Insects with Paul Zimmerman
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    Building A Host Environment For Beneficial Insects with Paul Zimmerman

    got thrips better get aphids think i’m crazy i’m not and you’re about to find out why have you ever released ladybugs into your garden only to find 24 hours later they’re gone well that’s because you didn’t build a host environment for the adults see it’s not the adult insects that usually eat the press you don’t want like aphids or like thrips it’s their baby the larvae you’ve got to convince the adults to stay around and lay their eggs and you do that by creating what’s called a host environment and that involves three things food water shelter let’s start with water water for beneficial insects is…

  • Sustainable Self
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    Sustainable Self

    [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: So to introduce our presenter tonight, we have Ben Woodman. He is from the state of Maine. He has always had a passion for the environment because he grew up hunting, fishing, hiking, and traveling. He is currently studying environmental science and hopes to work in sustainability and or education in the future. He is the chair of Environment Sustainability Alliance here at the WSU Pullman. So just to start us off and I’ll hand it over to Ben. BEN WOODMAN: Hey, guys. So this is Sustainable Self. Thanks for joining. Let’s go ahead and jump right into it. So as she was saying, I’m a…

  • Sources of Freshwater
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    Sources of Freshwater

    welcome to moomoomath and science and sources of fresh water the earth has an abundance of water and even appears blue from space however only a small percentage of the water on earth is fresh water and much of this fresh water is either frozen or unattainable here’s a quick recap of the Earth’s water after looking at the chart you’ll notice that fresh water only makes up roughly 3% of all the water on earth you’ll find the bulk of this fresh water in these four main sources surface waters which include lakes rivers streams ponds swamps and marshes glaciers and ice caps groundwater shallow and deep and the…

  • Greenhouse Effect – GCSE science, Physics (9-1)
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    Greenhouse Effect – GCSE science, Physics (9-1)

    – Hello, this video is about the greenhouse effect, the physical process that drives global warming and climate change. So, first of all, most of our energy comes from the sun, and the sun is a giant nuclear reactor in space. The reactions going on in the sun emit electromagnetic radiation. Now, we think of the sun as producing light and warmth perhaps, but actually it’s producing the entire range of electromagnetic spectrum all the way from radio waves at the low end to gamma rays and x-rays at the upper end of energy. Now, all that light and that radiation comes through space and by and large gets through…