Clean Air & Healthy Homes Program (CAHHP) Carbon Monoxide Health Effects Video

Fuel is an important resource. It is a critical component for the production of energy. Without it, we would not be able to travel. We would be without heat and light. In the process of converting fuel to energy, oxygen is consumed and water and carbon dioxide are produced as well, as shown in this […]

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Compost in Rainy season || Home made compost with Zero ₹ ll Plant Manure || Vegetarian Compost.

today we will learn how to do home made plant compost. first take an empty pot and make holes like this as shown with the hot rod. even on the lid.even from the bottom water will go out.at the beginning make the bed with news paper by tearing it into small pieces instead of colored […]

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Officials remain on flood alert as rivers swell in US and Canada

Officials remain on flood alert as rivers swell in US and Canada. On Friday, July 1, the Wind River swelled to record heights in Fremont County, Wyoming, shutting down a major highway. According to preliminary assessments conducted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) across 15 counties and Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation, damages have […]

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NASA | A Year in the Life of Earth’s CO2

Hi, this is Bill Putman. I’m a climate scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. What you’re looking at is a supercomputer model of carbon dioxide levels in the Earth’s atmosphere. The visualization compresses one year of data into a few minutes. Carbon dioxide is the most important greenhouse gas affected by human activity. About […]

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