RoboBees

Video | 28 April, 2014

RoboBees — The future is already here.

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If we carry on with chemically intensive agriculture model, it is quite possible that we may affect our pollinating insects to such a degree that we reach a global "pollination crisis". This is the imaginary future we do not want. This future where bees and the biodiversity they help maintain, have finally fallen victim to chemically intensive industrial agriculture. So, here is the question: should we create a new world or save our own?

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Pirates of the Mediterranean

E-card | 20 April, 2010 at 12:01

The bluefin tuna fishery in the Mediterranean is on the verge of collapse. These three ministers were supposed to safeguard its future. Instead, they've let the fishing industry plunder an irreplaceable treasure. If they don't close the...

Graph showing the mean annual mass balance

Image | 5 February, 2010 at 0:00

Graph showing the mean annual mass balance of a set of reference glaciers from 1980 to 2008. Red indicates a year where glaciers retreated, blue a year they advanced.

Canada's tar sands

Image | 14 May, 2009 at 0:00

Canada's tar sands, located in the province of Alberta, are an oil reserve the size of England

EPR : The European Pressurised Reactor

Image | 10 December, 2008 at 0:00

EPR : The European Pressurised Reactor

How electricity is made.

Image | 27 November, 2008 at 0:00

How electricity is made.

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