Views:29|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:21Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 You can make a difference by changing some of your habits to be more eco-friendly. Not only will you help out our planet earth, but you’ll save money as well!
Views:10609|Rating:4.53|View Time:2:24Minutes|Likes:77|Dislikes:8 Climate change is real and it’s accelerating. Five social enterprises are responding to planet earth’s SOS with revolutionary eco-friendly solutions to tackle waste and help save the earth. From homes made of mushrooms to ink made of air pollution, here are some of Asia For Good’s favourite innovations from across the region that are shaping a greener, more sustainable future for our planet.
Views:14242|Rating:4.77|View Time:22:43Minutes|Likes:612|Dislikes:29 This week, some unusual things will be happening up in the heavens. According to NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, it is being projected that a large solar storm will hit our planet on September 7th. Three days later, Comet 21P is going to make the closest approach to Earth that we have seen in 72 years. And all of this is happening during the same week as the important prophetic Biblical festival known as the Feast of Trumpets. Some are speculating that these “signs in the heavens” could be intended to communicate something to us. But is anyone out there paying attention?
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Views:3757|Rating:4.63|View Time:51:36Minutes|Likes:25|Dislikes:2 (Visit: All of us contribute to the greenhouse gas emissions that are causing climate change. But there are ways to reduce our carbon emissions. How we travel, what we eat, what we consume and what we discard are just some of the factors that contribute to our carbon footprint. Louis S. Santiago, an assistant professor of physiological ecology at the University of California, Riverside, explains how we can measure our impact on our climate. He argues that we can all do something to reduce our carbon footprint. Series: “Earth 101: What You Need to Know About Life on our Planet” [9/2012] [Science] [Show ID: 24208]
Views:6916|Rating:4.63|View Time:3:13Minutes|Likes:288|Dislikes:23 NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft may have seen a strange and mysterious structure at the edge of our solar system and deep space.
Scientists believe that the probe could have glimpsed a huge wall of hydrogen located on the edge of our space neighborhood. The UV spectrometer “Alice” of the ship has detected an ultraviolet brightness, which researchers believe may come from this excess of hydrogen.
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