Could solar geoengineering counter global warming? | The Economist

Published in: youtube > The Economist > global warming | Published on 15/Feb/2021 20:37

Global warming is probably the biggest threat facing humanity. If all else fails, could climate-controlling technology be the answer? Read more here: ...

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The deep ocean is the final frontier on planet Earth | The Economist

Published in: youtube > The Economist > ecology for kids | Published on 03/Aug/2020 14:20

Watch the latest in the Ocean series - How to stop plastics getting into the ocean: The ocean covers 70\% of our planet.

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How volcanoes change the climate | The Economist

Published in: youtube > The Economist > Earth biosphere | Published on 27/Jul/2020 05:50

Two hundred years ago, Tambora, a volcano in Indonesia, blew its top in the most violent eruption in recent history. Damage from the volcano and an associated ...

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The dirty secret of clean energy | The Economist

Published in: youtube > The Economist > green energy | Published on 18/May/2020 10:02

The road to a future with an unlimited supply of clean energy is a rocky one. Ed Carr, our deputy editor, explains why energy features on the cover of this week's ...

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Delhi: the city with the most polluted air | The Economist

Published in: youtube > The Economist > pollution | Published on 16/Oct/2018 01:38

The World Health Organisation ranks Delhi as the world's most polluted big city. Authorities have tried reducing the number of cars on the city's roads to improve ...

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Why China has become the world leader in renewable energy

Published in: youtube > The Economist > renewable energy | Published on 11/Aug/2018 13:50

Enter the Economist #OpenFuture contest: A minute to change the world. See more here: China is the world's largest emitter of ...

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The biggest environmental problem you’ve never heard of

Published in: youtube > The Economist > environmental issues | Published on 24/May/2018 22:09

Plastic pollution is devastating marine wildlife and risking human infertility, birth defects and cancer. Find out why our unlikely saviour could be a 21 year old from Holland.

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