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John Pearce

Story of Bottled Water Video | Inside the Bottle - 4 views

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    The story of bottled water is a great short video questioning why we drink bottled water and the way that "manufactured demand" pushes us to purchase what we don't need.
ava777

Creative Portable Water Plastic Bottle - 0 views

Keep your water cool and eliminate "bottle sweat" with handy neoprene insulated sleeves. Inclusive Inner Strainer/ Filter - Keep your fruit / Ice in your bottle without clogging your drinking spout...

started by ava777 on 01 Jun 19 no follow-up yet
Roland Gesthuizen

worldwaterday2011 - lino - 0 views

  • This is a space for students, parents, teachers and visitors to share their thoughts, videos, photographs, and learning about World Water Day - March 22, 2011.  We welcome contributions from our local and international visitors, so please leave a sticky stating your (first name) and country of origin.
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    "This is a space for students, parents, teachers and visitors to share their thoughts, videos, photographs, and learning about World Water Day - March 22, 2011. We welcome contributions from our local and international visitors, so please leave a sticky stating your (first name) and country of origin."
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    Great project for World Water Day, 22nd March 2011.
ava777

Creative Moisturizing Water Bottle Sport Spray (740ml) - 0 views

Extra spray function, can be used in the process of sports to cooling or filling water for your body. Capacity with 740ml, provide adequate water for you after doing exercises excessively and frant...

started by ava777 on 17 May 19 no follow-up yet
ajinkyak

Water Soluble NPK Fertilizers Market Continues to Grow Owing To Demands from Agricultur... - 0 views

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    Water soluble NPK fertilizers are the awesome nursery plants. Solvent manures are effectively consumed by the dirt. These are regularly sold in shower shape and can even be added straightforwardly to the nursery.
John Pearce

Sesame Street Science: Sink or Float? - START THE EXPERIMENT HERE - YouTube - 2 views

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    "Ask a question, make a hypothesis, and observe what happens in this Sesame Street interactive science experiment! Help renowned scientists, Cookie Monster and Emma, investigate what sinks in water and what floats in water! Experiment with a rubber band ball, a lime and lemon, Ernie's rubber duckie, and a coconut. Start the experiment here! Will Bert's underpants sink or float? Go to http://www.sesamestreet.org/sinkorfloat for the full interactive experiment and find out."
ava777

Refinement 300 Hole Pressurized Water Saving Shower Head - 0 views

Description: 1, Good-looking, simple outline, elegant lines, the atmosphere, fashion; 2, Easy to use, group-hole design, strong hydrodynamic massage, relaxed SPA; 3, Good water-saving, LUV-limiting...

started by ava777 on 01 May 19 no follow-up yet
ajinkyak

Restrictions imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency limit the amount of Ethylen... - 0 views

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    Ethylene is an organic compound that has the chemical formula C 4 H 8. Ethanol is made from ethylene and water. This means that ethylene can only be produced by using water, which means that it is one of the main sources of energy in our society. Ethylene can also be used in the formation of polymers and plastics.
ava777

Water Saving Swivel Faucet Nozzle Aerator Diffuser - 0 views

Swivel kitchen sink and shower with water-saving applications. 2 Position Head - by pulling the chrome plated head, the gentle aerator spray becomes a powerful jet. A fine, built-in dirt strainer c...

started by ava777 on 20 May 19 no follow-up yet
John Pearce

Every Drop Counts on Vimeo - 7 views

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    "This video is an animated short about water conservation targeted at elementary school kids. Marisa DeLuca created this video as her senior thesis project while working on her undergrad in Communication. It was her first attempt at animation, and she created it using still pictures of characters made from paper. She manipulated the pictures in Adobe Photoshop and then edited the still photos together in Final Cut. "
ajinkyak

How are flocculents and coagulants used in water and wastewater treatment around the wo... - 0 views

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    Flocculent and coagulant disinfectants are two of the most widely used chemical substances in a variety of industries. However, these two processes have distinct advantages over other applications in water treatment plants.
Rhondda Powling

OverlapMaps - Instantly compare any two places on Earth! - 1 views

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    Overlap Maps is a free service that can be used to quickly compare the size of countries, states, provinces, and some bodies of water. To create a visual comparison of two countries select one country from the "overlap this" menu and select one country from the "onto this" menu. The comparisons you make are displayed on a map. You can make comparisons from different categories.
Rhondda Powling

The Twitteraholic's Ultimate Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter | The Ed... - 5 views

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    Sue Waters (Feb 2012) post: With Twitter recent redesign of its mobile apps and web interface I've decided it's time to update my Twitteraholic's Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter post.  
Alison Hall

Project: Sanitation and Disease: for primary students (UP) - 0 views

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    create an understanding of the connections between clean water, sanitation and disease
John Pearce

Learning Without Frontiers - Our Blog - Sir Ken Robinson - 8 views

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    On March 16th, 2011 Sir Ken Robinson presented a talk to the Learning Without Frontiers community followed by an audience discussion where he was joined by Mick Waters, Curriculum Foundation and Keri Facer, Professor of Education, MMU. Here are the edited highlights of that talk:
Nestor Ndzi Talla

All hope is lost for Copenhagen climate treaty, British officials say - Times Online - 0 views

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    A world treaty on climate change will be delayed by up to a year and is likely to be watered down because countries with the highest greenhouse gas emissions are refusing to commit to legally binding reductions.
Rhondda Powling

Venice Backstage | How does Venice work? - 0 views

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    Venice Backstage is an interesting seventeen minute video about how the city of Venice works. The video, produced by the municipality of Venice, shows viewers how the water is contained, how the buildings stay upright, and how residents of Venice travel about the city. The website Venice Backstage offers additional articles and graphics to support the information presented in the video.
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