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Jannie Pretend Play Recycling to Rescue the Baby Sharks | Police Story About Litter Jail for Kids

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Jannie Pretend Play Recycling to Rescue the Baby Sharks | Police Story About Litter Jail for Kids

Jannie pretend play recycling to help rescue the baby sharks of the ocean! This funny police story will help kids learn about littering and why it’s bad for the environment. Jannie shows why it’s important to recycle and to also use less plastic bags and straws.

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Israel Plans to Boost the Amount of Renewable Energy to 30% by 2030

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3 Awesome Glass Bottle recycled Idea| how to recycle glass bottle| Best Reuse Idea with Glass Bottle

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I present you today one of the idea of 3 Awesome Glass Bottle recycled Idea| how to recycle glass bottle| Best Reuse Idea with Glass Bottle. Get creative with DIY projects to reuse and recycle glass bottle. And this one, I created the one of the easiest recycled diy using glass bottle.

I decided to recycle this 3 vitamin bottle and it turned out to be beautiful. I could be one of nice decor for your living room.

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Top Eco-Friendly Tips for Your Home Electronics

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We could all use a little bit of the 1989 lifestyle now and then—especially when it comes to home electronics. For sustainable living that will make you feel good, think about how you can (at least metaphorically and temporarily) cut the cord. Try unplugging electronics and going screen-free with your family. You may be surprised at what you all get out of it! Check out the many ways you can go green with your home electronics, including using rechargeable batteries and recycling electronics responsibly.


The digital age …who can really remember life before the internet anyway, right? But maybe it’s worth a shot now and then. Try going screen-free for a day: turn off the TVs, computers, phones and other electronics, go for a walk or bike ride—and while you’re out, unplug all your electronics and appliances.

Wait! Don’t throw your batteries and electronics in the trash … make sure you recycle them properly or choose rechargeable batteries instead. Speaking of going digital, dump the paper. Junk mail? No. E-billing? Yes!

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William McDonough on Eco-Friendly Design

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William McDonough, founder of design firm William McDonough + Partners and author of Cradle to Cradle, discusses environmentally friendly design. The Energy Seminar meets weekly during the academic year. For a list of upcoming talks, visit the events page at the Woods Institute for the Environment website.

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How Used Hilton Hotel Soaps Get Recycled

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Clean the World is a nonprofit organization that recycles used soaps, lotions, and other toiletries from hotels. Its partners include Hilton, Marriott, and Walt Disney World Resorts, among others. Clean the World has donated over 50 million bars of recycled soap to people in need in 127 countries since its founding in 2009. The organization has had to adapt as more hotel chains move away from single-use toiletries in favor of bulk offerings.

Hilton’s partnership with Clean the Word began in 2009, not 2019. The data presented in the video reflects the first seven months of the Clean the World Challenge — a promise to donate 1 million bars of soap by October 15, 2019 (Global Handwashing Day). Insider regrets the error.


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Renewables Now Generate More Power than Coal Amidst the Pandemic in the U.S.

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During this pandemic, Renewable energy (Hydro, Solar, Wind) dethrones Coal to produce more energy in the United States. For the first time in renewable has consistently been at the top to produce more energy continuously for 40 days straight. The previous record was 9 days last year.

By 2025, majority of states will not only move away from coal, but also employ huge number of people in the renewable energy sector thus creating more jobs.


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Germany: The world's first major renewable energy economy

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Germany: The world's first major renewable energy economy

The planet Earth will be completely devastated by 2050 if natural resources will be exploited at the current rate.

«According to the scientists, in 50 years people will have to move to another planet, because life on Earth will be impossible». This statement is from 2006. And in 2018 this prediction has been confirmed by the fact that the annual volume of renewable resources of the planet ended on August 1, 2018.

Can we stop this huge conveyor? – It is difficult but possible. The key word in this mission is renewable resources.

This documentary shows renewable energy sector in Germany. The country is well known as “The world’s first major renewable energy economy”, and in this film I learned something new about green energy.

Please like, and comment below what do you think about the future of renewable energy. Would it save the Earth?

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Німеччина: №1 економіка з відновлювальної енергетики

Планета Земля буде повністю розорена до 2050 року, якщо природні ресурси продовжать експлуатуватись за поточним курсом.

«За словами вчених, через 50 років людям доведеться переїхати на іншу планету, тому що жити на Землі буде неможливо». Це твердження 2006-го року. А у 2018 році це передбачення підтверджується фактом, що щорічний обсяг поновлюваних ресурсів планети, закінчився ще 1 серпня 2018 року.

Чи можемо ми зупинити цей величезний конвеєр? – Це важко, але можливо. Ключовим словом у цій місії – є поновлювані ресурси!

Цей документальний фільм розповідає про Німецький сектор відновлювальної енергетики. Країна добре відома тим, що є лідируючою економікою з відновлюваної енергетики в світі, і в цьому фільмі я розповідаю про цікавинки “зеленої” енергії.

Став лайк, підписуйся і не забувай написати нижче, що саме ТИ думаєш про майбутнє відновлювальних джерел в Україні. Чи врятують вони нас? Гм??

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Graphene, Enhancing the environmentally friendly fuel cell | Prabhuraj Balakrishnan | TEDxSOAS

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Graphene, Enhancing the environmentally friendly fuel cell | Prabhuraj Balakrishnan | TEDxSOAS

”Graphene, a wonder material for energy delivery and sustainability.”

Prabhuraj Balakrishnan is a Chemical Engineering researcher in the University Of Manchester, UK working on usage of material of today’s interest – graphene in environmental sustainable energy delivery applications.
Before pursuing research in Manchester in 2012, he graduated as a University Topper with gold medal from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India. From his undergraduate studies, he developed interest in emerging energy technology devices such as batteries, supercapacitors, internal combustion engines etc.
He has presented his research works in several international conferences held across USA, Holland, UK, and Brazil and his patented works, publications could be found in leading science magazines.
Apart from his academic activities, he likes to read books; loves to go for horse riding in the country side in his free time and hang out with friends.

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광합성 원리 구현한 나노 촉매 물질 개발

A Korean research team’s latest discovery could potentially provide alternative, eco-friendly methods to meet our energy needs.
Kim Ji-yeon explains how the scientists picked up valuable hints from chemical reactions of photosynthesis in plants.

As part of efforts to find a new, sustainable source of eco-friendly energy,… a local research team has developed an advanced type of catalyst… to split water into oxygen and hydrogen molecules.
The catalyst is made of manganese… an element more abundant, and thus cheaper, than the widely used platinum,… which is what makes it attractive for practical applications.
Manganese costs around two U.S. dollars per kilogram,… which is about a thousandth of the price of platinum … and it’s 50 times more energy-efficient.

“The material converts water into hydrogen. Its production was inspired by photosynthesis in plants.”

As in plants, the manganese-based catalyst is a result of a series of chemcial reactions… as when water undergoes oxidation — that is, when an atom or compound loses electrons… and turns H-2-O into O-2.
In order to study the four or five complicated stages of the reaction… the research team created its own measuring device that could analyze reactions in each stage… which was difficult to do until now.

“The focus of the study is not only on trying to increase the efficiency of existing catalysts but it’s also about providing detailed analysis of the new catalyst’s performance, which is important for the development of new and improved versions in the future.”

The team forecasts the catalysts’ widespread industrial use within the next five years,… particularly in the electrochemistry sector and the production of lithium batteries.
The assumption is there’ll be more demand for renewable energy among the general public, which will prompt industries to develop technologies and products that are eco-friendly such as electric or hydrogen-powered automobiles.
Kim Ji-yeon, Arirang News.

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