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?
Officials say planes have taken food, water and medical supplies to Tanna island, which was directly in the path of Cyclone Pam.
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.
The UK trade deficit has narrowed to £616m in January from a five-year high of £2.1bn in December, latest figures from the Office for National Statistics have revealed.
Some great footage of plate tectonics in action!
“There are too many babies born outside of the family planning laws,” she said. “As long the families make a deal and it’s done right after birth – nobody needs to know.”
A level wider reading and GCSE help with the 3 P’s. California’s long-term earthquake forecast, the first in seven years, has been released. The study, known as the Third Uniform California Earthquake Rupture forecast, teams the US Geological survey with three other state authorities on tectonics to work out the region’s risk from earthquakes.
Some interesting reading around the importance of tourism to different parts of the world.
Investigating the issues facing older people in Britain, Jeremy Paxman travels to Christchurch in Dorset which has one of the oldest average populations in Europe.
Plans to generate electricity from the world’s first series of tidal lagoons have been unveiled in the UK.
The six lagoons – four in Wales and one each in Somerset and Cumbria – will capture incoming and outgoing tides behind giant sea walls, and use the weight of the water to power turbines.
The figures suggest the foreign-born population of every local authority in the country may have risen.
The Villarrica volcano in southern Chile erupted in the early hours of Tuesday morning, spewing ash and lava up to 1,000m (3,300ft) into the air.
We have just started studying tourism in Year 10 GCSE. Here we have an exciting example of a new kind of tourism….tourists who seek thrills and extreme sports. This is known as “Adventure tourism!”