This Week at Interior August 2, 2019

This Week at Interior President Trump took part in the 400th anniversary celebration of the Virginia General Assembly this week. It was on July 30th, 1619 that the first twenty “burgesses,” or delegates, would convene at the Jamestown settlement in the Virginia Colony. They would become the model for representative democracy in the New World. […]

Минусы и проблемы электромобилей – Авто Влог №3

привет друзья с вами рубрика autoblog сегодня мы будем говорить о минусах электромобилей поехали никому не новость что это мобиль постепенно захватывает рынок не только украинский но и всемирный это крутая замена для бензиновых и дизельных машин однако мир усы в них тоже присутствуют и прежде чем решиться на покупку электрокара вам нужно знать и […]

Protecting our Coral Reefs from bleaching

OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES IS ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC’S HELP IN PROTECTING OUR CORAL REEFS. ROSS: DALLIS ONTIVEROS JOINS US LIVE FROM MAGIC ISLAND WITH MORE YOU CAN HELP, GOOD MORNING DALLIS DALLIS ONTIVEROS: DLNR AND NOAA ARE ASKING YOU TO HELP: AVOID TOUCHING CORALS OR CORAL REEFS WHILE DIVING, SNORKELING OR SWIMMING DO […]

This is the UGA Tifton Campus

[ Upbeat music playing in the background ] >>Narrator: Don’t just study agriculture, live and breathe it at the University of Georgia Tifton Campus. From cultivating plant varieties to applying precision ag technology, undergraduate and graduate students see the latest innovations in agriculture firsthand from world-renowned research faculty. When students commit to Georgia, they’re preparing […]

Learning About Acid Rain

[Judy Pino] Hello, and welcome to Green Scene, EPA’s series of environmental podcasts that you can take with you. I’m Judy Pino. Acid rains is one of the most requested topics here at EPA from school systems and teachers, and today, we are coming to you from the Koshland Science Museum in Washington D.C., one […]

PART1: Third of Moon administration’s policy objectives on welfare, environmental and culture

Throughout this week, we delve deeper into the Moon administration’s policy blueprint. A five parter to closely examine the five main policy objectives. On this, the fourth installment of our series, we have our Park Ji-won joining us. Jiwon, let’s get right to it. The government’s welfare and environmental policies. Hello, Daniel. Thirty-two out of […]

Funding for renewable energy in Scotland

Funding Funding to develop renewable energy in Scotland is available from various sources. More than £200 million of public funding is available from Scottish sources alone, with the UK Government adding millions more. Europe’s biggest research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020, will dispense almost 6 billion euros of funding for secure, clean and efficient energy […]

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