The two main important issues of the future are going to be the rising temperature and water crisis. All the other important issues would come out of them or would result in them. Therefore, these are the two issues that we would ultimately have to solve. However, strange as it may seem, these two issues also link to each other. Although it would be hard to control global warming, nevertheless, when it comes to the water crisis, we can surely do something. There are ways of desalinating the sea and ocean water, but these might prove expensive. Keeping this in mind, scientists are coming up with ways of using AI and robotics for controlling water pollution as these might help to prevent potable water from mixing with pollutants. So, can these AI inventions help reduce water pollution? Let us analyze the whole situation.
Water is a non-renewable resource. With water tables around the world drying out, the time has come to start saving water in order to leave at least some of it for future generations. You can do your bit to save water and reduce your water footprint by adopting these simple, but foolproof measures.
With students spending the greater part of the day at school, it only makes sense that you teach them to be eco-friendly in class itself. Find simple ways to make your classroom more eco-friendly.
We already know much about the three R’s – reduce, reuse and recycle; however, not often do we see these R’s practiced in reality. Recently, they were put into practical use. Read on to know how! In accordance with the motto, the European company trio Aquafil, ECNC Land & Sea Group and Star Sock have come up with Healthy Seas project. The project owners plan to reprocess the marine litter, especially the nets, to weave out top quality raw material. The nylon 6 will be transformed into Aquafil Econyl yarn. This yarn will be stitched to form wearable.