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Micro Plastics, BE CONSCIOUS OF THEM

Mother Channel | Micro Plastics

Micro plastics, what are they and why are they dangerous? Micro plastics have been destroying our oceans for a long time and this is something we are capable to voiding. There are thousands of beaded products with small micro plastics in them (tooth pastes, face washes, soaps, shower gels) and ...

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COP 23 DAY 9 CLIMATE SOLUTIONS TECHNOLOGICAL

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 DAY 9 CLIMATE SOLUTIONS TECHNOLOGICAL

This video holds a debate discussing emerging technology and how it can help promote and implement environmentally policy and drive us into the future. Featuring speakers from Microsoft we will find out how they as key players in the ICT industry will drive technological innovation for climate change. Harnessing the ...

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MOMENTUM FOR CHANGE ICP

MOTHER CHANNEL | COP 23 | MOMENTUM FOR CHANGE ICP

Featuring British Nick Nuttall there will be an interesting discussion with regards to the progress towards a global progression towards a global carbon resource efficient world. Sustainability and emission management is key to our success. There is hope and progression but as the world population increases the strain on resources ...

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EARTH’S FRONT LINE Carel Herbst on the water crisis

MOTHER CHANNEL | EARTHS FRONT LINE Episode 25 – Part 1

This discussion will feature the brilliant idea of utilising water vapour to satisfy domestic needs. Government own the right to all ground water which is an issue. However the government by law does not own the right to utilise humidity itself. There is no law written that stipulates the government ...

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COP 23 DAY 12 Pitt Lands

Mother Channel | COP 23 DAY 12 Pitt Lands

This discussion has members from the UNFCCC and she talks about how to preserve Peatlands forest. Scientists have discovered the world’s largest tropical Peatlands in the remote Congo swamps, estimated to store the equivalent of three years’ worth of the world’s total fossil fuel emissions. The main issue is about ...

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