Some helpful clips to help you out at the start of the Restless Earth topic.[read more...]
The area is estimated to have received more than 10% of its average yearly rainfall in two days alone. Rivers burst their banks, sending water coursing into nearby towns and cities.
A powerful typhoon and a tornado have hit southern China, bringing strong winds and flooding.[read more...]
Anatomy of an earthquake – Professor Iain Stewart[read more...]
He said: “The dinghy we were put in had space for 90 people maximum, but the gangs are greedy. Sometimes they overload it.
“They put up to 120 people in them, for more profit, so it’s no wonder they capsize. The conditions are horrific.”[read more...]
Saharan dust, traffic fumes and smog from Europe may be clogging up London’s air at present – and causing alarm in the newspapers – but in the world’s most polluted city London’s air would be considered unusually refreshing. That city is Delhi, the Indian capital, where air quality reports now make essential reading for anxious residents.[read more...]
So why aren’t we all driving round in hydrogen-powered cars, moving our goods in hydrogen-powered lorries, and heating our homes and offices with this wonder element?[read more...]
Officials say planes have taken food, water and medical supplies to Tanna island, which was directly in the path of Cyclone Pam.[read more...]
The East of England could become a hub for trade in renewable energy with Scandinavia if the proper regulation is put in place, says an industry group.[read more...]
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Read more about Explore Geography, and listen to Helen being interviewed about sustainability in the college.[read more...]