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Future Environments: Future Farming

Future Environments: Future Farming

[ ♪♪♪ ] By 2050, the population on earth will go above nine billion. And if we do not change the way we farm today, given the fact that the land on earth will not grow, we have to grow more food on the same land to feed the 9 billion. With today’s farming technology, …

CyberArk Securing The Cloud Environment

CyberArk Securing The Cloud Environment

When our customers expand their solution to the cloud our recommendation is to take a look at the privileged accounts and what’s involved in managing and protecting privileged accounts across their cloud environment. Not only the infrastructure as a service this includes also the software as a service, the platform as a service and also …

Why It’s So Hard to Capture CO2 From the Air

Why It’s So Hard to Capture CO2 From the Air

The Earth’s climate is shifting, and it’s our fault. Not Seeker, specifically, I mean humans in general. We’re digging up and burning sources of carbon that otherwise would have been locked away within the Earth, adding it to our atmosphere and driving average global temperatures up. So why don’t we take the carbon from the …

ILDE Integrated Learning Design Environment

ILDE Integrated Learning Design Environment

Welcome to the Integrated Learning Design Environment. in short ILDE A learning design community platform for educators Are you an educator looking to improve the quality of your lessons and the learning experiences of your students? Would it help you to have access to other educators’ experiences and ideas? Would it help you to have …

Earth from Space: Tromsø

Earth from Space: Tromsø

Hi I’m Mariangela D’Acunto and welcome back to Earth from Space from the ESA web TV studios. This week’s image from Copernicus Sentinel-2 features Tromsø the largest city in northern Norway. With Christmas almost here, this false-colour image was processed in a way that included the near-infrared channel, which makes vegetation appear bright red. While …

Phil Plait: How to defend Earth from asteroids

I want to talk to you about something kind of big. We’ll start here. Sixty-five million years ago — (Laughter) the dinosaurs had a bad day. (Laughter) A chunk of rock six miles across, moving something like 50 times the speed of a rifle bullet, slammed into the Earth. It released its energy all at …

ESA and climate change

All over Europe climate change is a growing concern With global sea level rising between 16 and 20 centimeters since 1900 climate change is undeniably, having an effect on oceans, land surfaces, ice caps and weather patterns across the globe. It is well understood that climate change is caused by atmospheric gases such as carbon …