World’s first geostationary air pollution monitoring satellite unveiled by S. Korea

Korea has unveiled its newest satellite the Italian to be ahead of its launch in February next year the satellite will monitor the atmosphere and the ocean around the Korean Peninsula to help minimize damage from pollutants can younger reports this is South Korea’s newest satellite the Tholian to be the world’s first geostationary satellite that can monitor the atmospheric

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Double-headed psychedelic sea slug is discovered off the coast of Borneo

Divers have discovered what is believed to be the world’s first two-headed sea slug. A diver came across the psychedelic creature near a sandbar called Kapalai off the coast of Sabah in eastern Malaysian Borneo. The abnormality may have been caused by a birth defect or even pollution. As well as having two heads, the slug, or nudibranch as they

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Haze from Kalimantan – Borneo Island | 印尼的燒芭和煙霾

Haze from Kalimantan – Borneo Island | 印尼的燒芭和煙霾

It’s all smoked. No ghost can see Really scary, hey I don’t know if I met the ghost. Hahahahahaha Oh, that’s a ghost. shit Instead of fighting the fire, it’s better to catch the murderer. So many front-line personnel This is a neighboring country – Malaysia Look at this poor tourist For more information, welcome to subscribe watch again Do

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Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 3/3)

Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 3/3)

THOMAS MORTON: So we’re just on the outskirts of the gyre right now. We haven’t really even gotten into the thick of things, and already in the last hour, we’ve seen more fucking trash float by than we have in the entire voyage up until now. The past day I started getting this weird fear that, like, what if the

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Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 2/3)

JAKE BURGHART: Starting to have a bit of a breakdown. Let’s see. I’m going to take this tape out, put it in my pocket after I shoot it, and– I don’t even know why I’m shooting it right now. It’s sort of a– I just kind of really need someone to talk to. I don’t know where to start. I

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Earth from Space: Henderson Island

Earth from Space: Henderson Island

Hi I’m Kelsea Brennan-Wessels and you are watching Earth from Space on the European Space Agency Web TV. Henderson Island lies in the South Pacific, about halfway between New Zealand and Chile. As one of the best examples of a coral atoll, Henderson Island is a UN World Heritage site and one of the world’s biggest marine reserves. However, while

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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is | The Swim

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is | The Swim

SCENES LIKE THIS ARE A DAILY REALITY FOR THE CREW OF SEEKER ON THEIR PACIFIC TREK. SOME ESTIMATES HOLD THAT BY 2050, THERE COULD BE AS MUCH PLASTIC AS THERE ARE FISH IN THE OCEAN. BUT WHAT IS ALL THIS JUNK, EXACTLY? WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? AND IS IT REALLY CONCENTRATED IN A GIANT ‘GARBAGE PATCH’ SOMEWHERE OUT THERE?

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Plastic in paradise: the battle for the Galápagos Islands’ future

Plastic in paradise: the battle for the Galápagos Islands’ future

[Music] Galápagos live from the ocean, Galapagos depends on the ocean. If your heart doesn’t broke when you see this, in the Galápagos, I think nothing is going to motivate you. Of all the plastic that enters the ocean, we can only see about 1% of it. The other 99% is missing. It entered the ocean and it hasn’t been

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The Red Frog Story – Frog Documentary – Oophaga pumilio – Bastimentos Island, Panama

The Red Frog Story – Frog Documentary – Oophaga pumilio – Bastimentos Island, Panama

[Intense Music] All over the world frogs are in trouble; and big trouble. A third of the world’s remaining amphibian species are now in danger of extinction. Scientists are calling this, the amphibian crisis. As last time extinction rates were this high, was when the dinosaurs died out. To blame is habitat destruction, pollution, and disease and scientist are working

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Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 1/3)

Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 1/3)

[SOUND OF PROJECTOR] CHARLES MOORE: Every reporter changes the story. Just like every scientist changes what he’s observing, every reporter is changing that story. [MUSIC PLAYING] MEREDITH DANLUCK: What are we doing, Joe? JOE GOODMAN: Well, I’m ready to put a plastic catcher in the water, a troll. MALE SPEAKER: Troll? JOE GOODMAN: So I’ll troll for plastic. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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