World Water Day 2020: How Churu build toilets much before the launch of Swachh Bharat Mission

World Water Day 2020: How Churu build toilets much before the launch of Swachh Bharat Mission

This is Baniyala panchayat in Rajasthan’s Churu district Raju Kumari came and settled here more than a decade ago She lives with her in-laws here When she first reached here at her in-laws There were no toilets She had to go out of the house To the fields It was a bad experience Something thatRead More World Water Day 2020: How Churu build toilets much before the launch of Swachh Bharat Mission

How your split ends can help clean oil spills

How your split ends can help clean oil spills

This is the Guimaras oil spill of 2006 and it’s the worst of its kind in the Philippine’s history. More than 130 thousand gallons of bunker oil gushed into the Panay Gulf. In an attempt to contain the spill locals turn to an unconventional method: these freaky-looking sausage things are all filled with synthetic materialsRead More How your split ends can help clean oil spills

Meet the Autonomous Insect Robots That Will One Day Swarm the Skies

Meet the Autonomous Insect Robots That Will One Day Swarm the Skies

It has wings, a “brain,” and is the world’s first insect-sized drone able to wirelessly take flight. It’s RoboFly: a member of an entirely new class of flying robots. And its specialties aren’t limited to the sky: it can navigate obstacles on land and in the water, too. The team behind this latest innovation isRead More Meet the Autonomous Insect Robots That Will One Day Swarm the Skies

Laying Waste to Oil Spills

Laying Waste to Oil Spills

Each year, oil spills pollute oceans, ports, and waterways; damaging precious ecosystems and economic activities. Fish, birds, whales, and even ourselves, can be severely harmed by this pollution. Large scale spills, like the notorious Deep Water Horizon, can release thousands or even millions of barrels of oil into the environment. However, smaller and more frequentRead More Laying Waste to Oil Spills

What Causes Acid Rain? | Hindi

What Causes Acid Rain? | Hindi

इस video में आप जानेंगे कि किस तरह fossil fuels के जलने से दो अलग-अलग तरीके से बरसात का पानी acidic हो सकता हैं। Sulfuric acid mainly बिजली-घरो में कोयले और तेल के जलने से बनता है। जबकि nitric acid हमारे motor vehicles के exhaust pipes से उत्पन्न होता है सबसे पहले ये समझना महत्वपूर्णRead More What Causes Acid Rain? | Hindi

How Green Energy Could Bring More Rain to Africa

How Green Energy Could Bring More Rain to Africa

♪♪♪ Africa’s Sahara desert is wide open and sparsely populated, a great source of sun and wind, and a prime location, some say, to build arrays of solar panels and wind turbines. And while replacing fossil fuels is great for fighting climate change, these power plants could bring more to the region than just tonsRead More How Green Energy Could Bring More Rain to Africa

Monitor Temperature, Humidity, Power, Flood And More With Room Alert

Monitor Temperature, Humidity, Power, Flood And More With Room Alert

Disaster can strike a business at any time. Lots of companies monitor their computer networks and data for security, but how many are monitoring their environment as well? Environment issues account for over 27% of outages suffered by businesses. Heating and cooling failure, generator failure and extreme weather conditions can all result in downtime forRead More Monitor Temperature, Humidity, Power, Flood And More With Room Alert

Plastic Ocean

Plastic Ocean

[Music] PLASTIC OCEAN Plastic is wonderful because it’s durable and plastic is terrible because it is durable. Almost every piece of plastic ever made is still on the planet in some form or another. Plastic production globally this year is expected to be more than 300 million tons. Half of which we’ll use just onceRead More Plastic Ocean

Benefits of trees: climate change, natural flood management and more

Benefits of trees: climate change, natural flood management and more

Today we’re by the River Otter in Devon next to a newly planted woodland that was planted through the Countryside Stewardship woodland creation grant it’s about 10 hectares in size through countryside stewardship there are a couple of main reasons for biodiversity and for water why we encourage people to plant woodland but one ofRead More Benefits of trees: climate change, natural flood management and more

Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?

The world is divided into two kinds of people: those with innie belly buttons, and those with outies. Rivers also have innies and outies – not belly buttons, but mouths: where rivers flow into the sea, the land either pokes out or bends inward. But rivers don’t have umbilical cords, so why do they haveRead More Why Do Rivers Have Deltas?