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Rational use of water resources and quality of drinking water discussed in Minsk today.
 
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Over 150 experts gathered at the 4th international water forum and agreed that water resources become policy like oil and gas. Sergei Gusachenko reports: Today some regions of the world struggle for water resources. (Alexander Stankevich, acting director of the Central Research Institute for Complex Use of Water Resources) In future water will be more and more expensive. Some politicians fear that the 21st century will become the century of wars for water resources. Scientists of the majority of countries have been thinking how to save water for many years. And Belarus is not an exception. The state program on clean water for the next 5 years was accepted this year. Br. 4 trillion will be allocated for its implementation. (Vitaly Kulik, First Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of Belarus) In comparison with last year expenses for the state program on clean water multiplied. A new program stipulates building and reconstruction of water cleaning objects. In Belarus water consumption is 218 liters daily per one person. The indicator is higher than in majority countries of Europe. But due to water-efficient technologies Belarus reduces water withdrawal by millions of cubic meters annually. (Alexander Stankevich, acting director of the Central Research Institute for Complex Use of Water Resources) Almost all cities and towns of Belarus drink water from underground sources. They are deeper, cleaner and better-protected from pollution. Only Gomel and one third of Minsk drink chlorinate water from surface water intake. (Vitaly Kulik, First Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of Belarus) Moreover, Belarus' drinking water is recognized best water in the countries of the former USSR.
UNDP in Belarus marks World Water Day 2017
 
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22 марта - Всемирный день водных ресурсов. По этому случаю проект ПРООН-Фонда Кока-Кола «Построение потенциала местных сообществ в вопросе устойчивого управления водными ресурсами, с целью сохранения болота Ельня» обращает внимание на роль болот в сохранении глобальных водных ресурсов. Проект реализуется при участии Министерства природных ресурсов и охраны окружающей среды Республики Беларусь. ***** 22 March is World Water Day. On this occasion UNDP-Coca-Cola Foundation project "Building community capacity for sustainable management of water resources to preserve Yelnya peatland" shares some insights on the role of peatlands in preserving global water resources. The project is executed with the Ministry of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus participation. http://www.by.undp.org/ https://www.facebook.com/UNDPinBelarus/
Views: 41 UNDP Belarus
Introducing sustaianble water and bioresources management in schools of Belarus
 
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UNDP Belarus joined efforts with Coca Cola, Environment Ministry and best teachers of Belarus to lay the foundation for quality water and healthy peatlands in the future by teaching young people to manage them today.
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Belarus to develop geothermal energy.
 
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Belarus to develop geothermal energy. Development perspectives of this aspect were considered today by the State Council for issues of complex use of mineral resources. The heat of underground water is actively used in other countries. Belarus also has some experience in this sphere. A modern geothermal station operates near Brest. A geothermal map has been developed in the country and scientists know at which depth the waters are located and which temperature they are. Despite the high mineralization, which by the way complicates water extraction, specialists are sure that the development of geothermal energy is perspective for Belarus. (Anatoly Lis, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus)
«Мы с тобой, Беларусь»: милиционеры Брестчины сменили свою повседневную форму на концертные костюмы
 
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Сменили милицейскую форму на народные костюмы, а табельное оружие – на микрофоны. Дворец культуры «Трикотажник» на один день стал большой концертной площадкой и танцевальным залом. В нем встречали участников регионального конкурса самодеятельности. Изюминка мероприятия – за право считаться самыми творческими боролись не профессиональные исполнители, а правоохранители районов Брестчины.
Views: 148 ТРК Варяг
WILO - Water Management Movie
 
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Fresh water is becoming increasingly scarce worldwide. That is why we see it as our task to develop pumps and systems that you and your customers can use to obtain and use this precious resource in the most efficient way possible – now and in the future. The task is not easy: on the one hand, the pumps must be able to handle water with many different kinds of contents, while on the other hand they must be powerful and durable, and at the same time economical and environmentally friendly.
Views: 4083 Wilo Middle East
28 207 ha of peatlands restored in Belarus
 
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UNDP-GEF Project "Renaturalization and Sustainable Management of Peatlands in Belarus to Combat Land Degradation, Ensure Conservation of Globally Valuable Biodiversity and Mitigate Climate Change" Belarus is a country with significant amount of peatlands the most part of which, about 51%, have been effected by the large-scale drainage of the 1960s. The significant part of the drained mires is not used at present. The peatlands are a source of peat fires, land degradation, emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. As a result of drainage, large areas of peatlands require restoration at present days. These include more than 200 000 ha of peatlands after peat extraction, 24 000 hа of degraded peatlands ineffectively used for forestry, more than 250 000 ha of degraded peat soils ineffectively used for agriculture and nearly 500,000 ha of natural mires with disrupted hydrological regime. 15 pilot sites were restored within the UNDP/GEF project in Belarus. Among them are raised bogs, fens and transitional mires with the total area of 28207 ha. The process of restoration is rather long and requires much work on different restoration stages. At the initial stage much preparatory work was conducted by scientists who elaborated scientific rationales for restoration of each of the pilot sites. Throughout the whole restoration process the project experts conducted monitoring of flora and fauna and measured dynamics of CO2 emissions. Engineers conducted design and exploration work including leveling of the areas. Based on this data they elaborated design documents for construction of different facilities to regulate the hydrological regime of the pilot sites. The strategy of restoration of the hydrological regime within the project was based on uniform rise of water levels throughout the restored territory to the soil surface via cascade canal closure. For this purpose various water flow regulating devices were constructed. To name a few among them are sluices, soil flow-around dykes, soil dykes with walls made of pales, rock-filled dams, wooden dykes made of bars or boards. In cases when the hydrological regime of peatlands is disturbed by adjacent draining systems designated for agriculture or peat extraction, a special antifiltration dam is built. Some of them were built with heavy machines, like excavators and bulldozers. In the places difficult to access soil dykes were built with hand labour using local materials: peat, wooden pales made of dead pine trunks. During construction monitoring filed visits were conducted by the project team, engineers and experts. As a result of re-wetting wetland plant associations were restored at the project sites and habitats for globally endangered biodiversity were re-established. In 2009 and 2010 such globally threatened ornithological species as Greater Spotted Eagle, Black-tailed Godwit, Curlew were observed at the restored sites as well as other rare species like Black Stork, Great white egret, Bittern, Crane and typical wetland species (Snipe, Sedge Warbler, Reed Bunting, Great Reed Warbler, Crake, Lapwing, different duck species). Appearance of cranes is indicative of restoration of the mire ecosystem. As a result of the project the risk of peat fires was significantly diminished. Before the project 5-15 peat fires were observed at the project sites per year, whereas after re-wetting only 1 peat fire was observed in 2009. Degraded peatlands constitute one of essential sources of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. The practical implementation of the project has revealed that rewetting is an efficient and probably the cheapest way of reducing CO2 emissions. After rewetting mire vegetation is restored and the peatlands are able to absorb huge amounts of carbon dioxide and accumulate them in the peat deposit as organic substance -- peat. As a result of re-wetting the total reduction of CO2 emissions from the restored peatlands is about 300 000 t per year. Restoration of degraded peatlands has had positive social-economic effect for the local population as in some areas peatlands are an important source of income for local people. Re-wetting created more possibilities for fishing and hunting, gathering berries (mainly cranberries and bog bilberries) and mushrooms. It has also improved conditions for re-appearance of medicinal plants as well as created more places for rest. The most significant indicator of the project's success is the fact that in 2010 when in Russia hundreds of hectares were encompassed with peat fires, no peat fires were observed in Belarus.
Views: 757 peatlandsBY
ECONOMIYA_SEGODNYA-UVERENNOST'_V_ZAVTRASHNEM_DNE!#DOMOREWITHLESS#BELARUS
 
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"Экономия сегодня – уверенность в завтрашнем дне!" To have English translation switch on annotations!!! Быть эффективными – Самого большого эффекта мы можем достигнуть, если будем делать больше, используя меньше. Мы все неразумно используем энергию, когда выпускаем тепло из дома из-за плохого утепления или оставляем включенным свет, когда уходим из комнаты. Быть «зелеными» – Самый простой и дешевый способ снизить выбросы парниковых газов – это просто использовать и покупать меньше вещей. Можно оставить машину в гараже и пойти куда-то пешком, поехать на велосипеде или на общественном транспорте. Вы сэкономите много денег и улучшите свое здоровье! Быть активными – Самое лучшее, что вы можете сделать для планеты – это быть активными. Это значит рассказывать другим о том, что вы узнали, и о том, что, по-вашему, является правильным и неправильным. Это значит рассказывать своим друзьям, семье, соседям и т.д. о стоящих перед нами проблемах и показывать им решения. Это значит говорить своим местным политикам о том, чтобы они прикладывали больше усилий в поддержание здоровой и устойчивой окружающей среды там, где вы живете. Автор: Веренчикова Анастасия Вячеславовна Государственное учреждение образования «Средняя школа №33 г. Гомеля» Техника: пластилиновая анимация, пластилин Цель: эффективное использование энергии и ресурсов и бережное отношение к окружающей среде. видео создано специально для конкурса ШПИРЭ Ключевые слова: энергосбережение в быту энергосбережение для детей энергосбережение реклама энергосбережение мультфильм энергосбережение мультик энергосбережение дома бережливость меньше использовать энергия энергоресурсы ресурсы Экономить газ Экономить воду Экономить электроэнергию Экономить тепло Экономить деньги Экология окружающая среда Климатические изменения Пластилиновые мультики "Savings today - confidence in the future!" State Institution of Education "school №33 Gomel" Author: Anastasia Verenchikova Vyacheslavovna Technique: Plasticine animation Objective: efficient use of energy and resources, and respect for the environment. video for SPARE competition Keywords: energy efficiency in the home saving for children energy conservation advertising cartoon energy saving saving cartoon home energy saving thrift less use energy energy resources resources gas water electric power heat Ecology Environment Climate change
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Interview with Water Resources Minister Uma Bharati
 
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Interview with Uma Bharati, Minister of Water Resources and River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation.
Views: 655 DD News
Belarus, Vilnius, Kaunas, Sovetsk contaminated commander flowing into the Baltic Sea
 
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1).Belarus, Vilnius, Kaunas, Sovetsk contaminated commander flowing into the Baltic Sea through Klaipeda. 2).Baltarusijos, Vilniaus, Kauno,Sovietsko užterštas vaduo teka į Baltiją per Klaipėda. 3). Klaipėdos Kuršių mariose galima eiti iki 120 metrų iki farvaterio
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Current Situation of Water Resources in Ukraine
 
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One of the most important issues of Ukraine is protection and restore rivers and other sources of fresh water. The quality of groundwater is severe and there is quite a high possibility of contamination. To talk more about this, we are joined in the studio by Olga Denyshchyk, a freshwater manager at World Wildlife Fund Ukraine. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Watch UATV live: http://eng.uatv.ua/ #News #Ukraine #UATV #Water #Resources #River #Pollution #Contamination #Freahwater #Wildlife
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90 Seconds News 22.03.2017 English
 
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Belarus remembers Khatyn tragedy. Khatyn memorial complex hosts commemorative events. World Water Resources Day marked on March 22 annually. International Water Forum to be held in Belarus in October. 12th International Youth Theater Forum Mart.kontakt launches in Mogilev. 22 plays to be presented to public within one week.
Year of Soils Belarus 2015
 
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Международный год почв 2015 в Беларуси. Ролик призван привлечь внимание к важной роли, которую почвы играют в жизни наших граждан и государства c точки зрения продовольственной безопасности, экосистемных услуг, адаптации к изменениям климата и смягчения их последствий, обеспечения устойчивого развития. International Year of Soils 2015 in Belarus. The video is focused on significant role soils play in ensuring food and environmental security.
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The first school in Belarus to embrace “green” design / Первая в Беларуси школьная «зеленая» крыша
 
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Learn more about the first school “green” roof сreated in the Mar'ina Horka gymnasium within the "Supporting the transition to a “green” economy in the Republic of Belarus" project, funded by the European Union and implemented by UNDP in Belarus in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus. The eco-design that is new for Belarus not only provides the building with an aesthetic look but also suggests a whole range of ecological, engineering and economic benefits. ***** Узнайте больше о первой в Беларуси «зеленой» крыше, которая появилась в Марьиногорской гимназии благодаря реализации масштабного проекта «Содействие переходу Республики Беларусь к «зеленой» экономике», финансируемого Европейским союзом и реализуемого Программой развития ООН в партнерстве с Министерством природных ресурсов и охраны окружающей среды Республики Беларусь. Новый для Беларуси вид экодизайна не только придает постройке эстетичный внешний вид, но и имеет целый комплекс преимуществ – от экологических до инженерных и экономических.
Views: 84 UNDP Belarus
Hunting beavers a way of life for trappers in Belarus
 
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Sergey Kononov pulls his quarry from a river, a dead beaver, caught in a trap he set the day before. His carefully fills out forms on the spot. Beaver hunting is legal in Belarus, as the growing population of these aquatic mammals is proving problematic and they are causing damage to agriculture. Hunting is restriction and hunters need to acquire a license to capture beavers, issued by the Belarussian society of hunters and fishermen. Kononov makes his living from catching beavers and he is careful to follow the correct procedures. When all the papers are signed and stamped by the 'Hunter and Fishermen Association', the skinning can begin. A sharp knife, like the one Kononov uses, can skin a beaver in a coupe of minutes in a clean and professional manner. On a typical day, a beaver hunter can catch up to two animals. A lot depends on luck, but during one season Kononov can easily catch around 50 beavers and martens and earn a couple of thousand dollars for his work. The marten fur is four times more valuable than the beaver one, as the prices for beavers have fallen dramatically. " For a fur like this, I get 20 monetary units. What kind of price is that, when in the Soviet times the price was more than 100 Soviet rubles? A beaver hunter in Soviet times, after catching 40 beavers, could buy a new 'Zhiguli'. But now I have to catch 300 of them to buy a new 'Zhiguli', says Kononov. A "monetary unit" is a euphemism for a US dollar. One Soviet ruble was officially 60 US cents. A Zhiguli was a car made in Soviet Union, known as Lada outside of the USSR. Nothing gets thrown away, and Kononov does his best to sell the beaver meat to gourmet restaurants. "And the beaver itself, the meat of it, is being bought by owners of restaurants, and cooked to fussy gourmets. Well, they buy it for up to 4 euro ($5.4 US Dollars) per kilo", says the hunter Although beavers are no longer in the IUCN Red Book of endangered species, the control of their population is still under tight grip of the authorities. However, the hunter is hopeful the future can bring change in the legislature, which would mean more profit: "It is, after all, a currency, a sort of soft gold. So, God bless, maybe something will soon change in the hunting legislation, and new laws will let us hunt more" he says. Kononov estimates the beaver numbers to have fallen lately, but not to the critical levels they were in the nineties: "Lately, the numbers of beavers have lessened. And for one simple reason - they have bred so quickly that they have eaten almost everything in the area, and they have nowhere to go, everything that they could - they have already sank under water. Let's say, if before there were around 70,000 of them here, then now, I think, there aren't more than 60,000 anymore", says the hunter. According to the ministry of natural resources and environment protection of Belarus, the beaver population is now 80,000. Earlier this year the beaver population was blamed for a number of attacks on people, including the death of a fisherman from wounds inflicted by a beaver. There have been several cases of beavers turning aggressive when confronted by humans after wandering near homes, shops and schools throughout Belarus. The large rodents can weigh up to 30 kilograms (about 65 pounds) and stand up to a metre (three feet) high on their hind legs. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7f7ffd716aa876d131b7a7baa5f0fbc4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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🇳🇿 New Zealand: Polluted Paradise PI | People & Power
 
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Polluted Paradise, New Zealand (Part 1) - People and Power New Zealand's pristine and abundant rivers and lakes have long been central to its proud reputation as a land of breath-taking natural beauty - and fundamental to a clean, green, outdoorsy brand that's used to attract millions of foreign visitors every year. But are its waterways really as sparkling and bountiful as the tourist ads suggest? It seems not. Although the issue hasn't attracted huge global attention, for some years now campaign groups such as Greenpeace have been ringing alarm bells about the deteriorating quality - and curiously diminishing volume - of New Zealand's fresh water, problems they say are both directly attributable to the country's most profitable industry and in danger of being exacerbated by government-backed projects in support of that industry. People & Power asked filmmaker Naashon Zalk to find out more. His two-part investigation, which we are screening over consecutive episodes, raises troubling questions about what can happen when a nation's desire for economic growth, however understandable and justifiable it may be, takes undue precedence over the environment.
Views: 16039 Al Jazeera English
Irrigation water management from space: ERMOT
 
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ERMOT is a public-private partnership established in 1997 to improve irrigation water management using Earth observation satellite data
Views: 973 pleiades8stories
Ministry of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection to utilize mineral resources intensively
 
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Ministry of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection to utilize mineral resources of Belarus more intensively. Part of it is already used quite effectively: oil, potassium and common salt. But there are those which aren't working in benefit of the Belarusian economy. Sergei Kurilo reports: (Anatoly Lis, Deputy Minister of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus: "First of all, these are oil shale and brown coal.") Oil shale has already been found in the Luban and Turov deposits. According to geologists, this direction is very prospective. (Vladimir Varaksa, Deputy Director of the Geology Department of the Ministry of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus) To include the mineral resources in the economy, not only mining complexes are to be built. In some cases even new cities can appear on the map of Belarus. But millions or even billions of dollars are necessary for this. (Anatoly Lis, Deputy Minister of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus) Potassium salt is going to be extracted not only in Soligorsk. For example, the quality of this resource at the Petrikovskiy deposit is even better. (Vladimir Varaksa, Deputy Director of the Geology Department of the Ministry of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus) The extraction of proper mineral resources in Belarus will allow replacing import. For example, today our country consumes approximately 200,000 tons of sodium carbonate per year. Mostly, these are glass factories. And all the necessary rough materials are imported. An investor has already been found for the factory on the production of sodium carbonate in Belarus. (Vladimir Varaksa, Deputy Director of the Geology Department of the Ministry of Nature Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus: "It is planned to build a factory near Mozyr with a capacity not less than 300,000 tons of sodium carbonate per year. This will cover all the necessities of the country and a part of the production can even be exported.")
Family Guy  The Griffins Get A Nanny For The Kids
 
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Family Guy The Griffins Get A Nanny For The Kids
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Zoë Sofoulis: Gender and crypto-gender in urban water management
 
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Zoë Sofoulis is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society, University of Western Sydney. This lecture was part of the "Sustainable Materialism Symposium" hosted by the Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society at The University of Sydney in November 2012. To find out more about the Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society visit sydney.edu.au/snccs Summary: A general rule of hydropolitics seems to be that water and power flow in opposite directions. The gender implications of this are particularly apparent in the developing world, where the expected range of traditional barriers (lacks of literacy, mobility, wealth, entitlement) limit women's input into water planning and allocation decisions to the point of end use, but make it easier to recognize gender as salient to water management. By contrast, gender remains cryptic in water management discourses of developed nations like Australia, where women may head major water organisations, yet domestic divisions of labour—and by extension, gendered differences in domestic water usage—persist but are ignored or left implicit. Socially sustainable and culturally intelligent water governance would address rather than ignore social realities like gender difference and other diversities. This talk highlights three sites where bringing 'crypto-gender' to the foreground could improve analyses of water consumption and contribute to smarter and more equitable water policies and programs. First are the material infrastructures themselves. Water infrastructure has feminist implications, because houses with plumbing and washing machines create women with different degrees of health, freedom and servitude compared with women who do their laundry on a riverbank, or trudge miles each day to fetch and carry water. Changes to existing water services likewise have implications for women's everyday lives. Second are industry understandings of domestic water consumption, where gender and other social differences are routinely obscured in the focus on the statistical construct of the 'average' consumer and 'household' as the basic units of water consumption. Third are the institutions and policies of water governance, where an apparent gender neutrality makes it hard to discern deeper masculinist biases—such as those associated with western Enlightenment rationality, positivist knowledge paradigms, and extractive approaches to resources.
Geography Now! Belarus
 
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90 Seconds News 25.01.2017 English
 
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President of Belarus demands to eradicate shady schemes of timber export. Use of forest resources discussed at Presidential meeting. Belarus and Vietnam marked 25 years of diplomatic relations. Minsk and Hanoi to raise mutual trade turnover to $500 million. Laureates of prize “For Spiritual Revival” and special Presidential prize to figures of culture and arts greeted at National library. Exposition “Big talent, big work, big heart” presents the 15 laureates.
Overview of Oil Palm BMP
 
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The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is a not-for-profit, science-based organization dedicated to responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family. As a global organization, IPNI has initiatives addressing the world's growing need for food, fuel, fiber, and feed. Best Management Practices (BMP) for nutrient stewardship encourage the concept of applying the right product, at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place. Agriculture in South Asia and Southeast Asia regions is under extreme pressure to deliver unprecedented productivity to meet demand, while facing increasing pressures for land and water resources from other sectors. In Southeast Asia both subsistence and plantation crops are seeing sustained price increases. These are anticipated to continue for at least the medium term. In both cases, agricultural growth must be contained within the same ecological footprint. Land is not available for expansion in many areas. Even where it is, society demands that agriculture should not take more land but improve productivity to produce more from the same or less land and water resources. The only option is to intensify production and this seems easily achievable through the more intelligent use of existing technologies, and specifically so, plant nutrition - yields and efficiency of plantations is far from the potential and highly patchy. The goal is therefore to support intensification of oil palm plantation agriculture, which enables it to produce more while not increasing its ecological footprint, or reducing it where and when required. IPNI has worked in close partnership with oil palm practitioners to conduct oil palm management research. The essential knowledge generated is shared and distributed via the IPNI Oil Palm Series of field handbooks, pocket guides, books and posters. For more info, visit http://info.ipni.net/oilpalm (This video production was made possible through the generous support of Belarusian Potash Company SRO and K+S KALI GmbH. Our heartfelt thanks to PT Rea Kaltim Plantations for providing the locations)
Views: 7375 PlantNutritionInst
Osaka78 on Map Maker - Around the World Ep 2: Belarus
 
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Today we visit Belarus and suggest an edit to smooth out a curved freeway ramp. Thanks for watching. Kind regards from Osaka78 Google Map Maker http://www.google.com/mapmaker Map Maker Help - Resources for Map Maker edits https://support.google.com/mapmaker/answer/2714618 Featured suggested edit in Map Maker: https://www.google.com/mapmaker?gw=55&editids=V8Milm4ef-yNm29XZ3 Featured suggested edit in Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/Cvc9eZN5thS2 ShareX https://getsharex.com YouTube Video Editor http://www.youtube.com/editor Music 'Divider' by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/divider/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
Views: 10 Osaka78
Smart Water Management Makes for Smart Schools
 
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Western State Success Stories in Drought, Budget, and Infrastructure
Oil Palm BMP - For Estate Managers
 
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The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is a not-for-profit, science-based organization dedicated to responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family. As a global organization, IPNI has initiatives addressing the world's growing need for food, fuel, fiber, and feed. Best Management Practices (BMP) for nutrient stewardship encourage the concept of applying the right product, at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place. Agriculture in South Asia and Southeast Asia regions is under extreme pressure to deliver unprecedented productivity to meet demand, while facing increasing pressures for land and water resources from other sectors. In Southeast Asia both subsistence and plantation crops are seeing sustained price increases. These are anticipated to continue for at least the medium term. In both cases, agricultural growth must be contained within the same ecological footprint. Land is not available for expansion in many areas. Even where it is, society demands that agriculture should not take more land but improve productivity to produce more from the same or less land and water resources. The only option is to intensify production and this seems easily achievable through the more intelligent use of existing technologies, and specifically so, plant nutrition - yields and efficiency of plantations is far from the potential and highly patchy. The goal is therefore to support intensification of oil palm plantation agriculture, which enables it to produce more while not increasing its ecological footprint, or reducing it where and when required. IPNI has worked in close partnership with oil palm practitioners to conduct oil palm management research. The essential knowledge generated is shared and distributed via the IPNI Oil Palm Series of field handbooks, pocket guides, books and posters. For more info, visit http://info.ipni.net/oilpalm (This video production was made possible through the generous support of Belarusian Potash Company SRO and K+S KALI GmbH. Our heartfelt thanks to PT Rea Kaltim Plantations for providing the locations)
Views: 8060 PlantNutritionInst
Bon Aqua ™ - Product Video
 
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©2013 Bon Aqua International. All Rights Reserved. This video is copyrighted material and must not be altered, modified, or transmitted without written permission from BAI Inc. Our company has been manufacturing, distributing, and selling Bon Aqua environmental water treatment for almost a quarter of a century. Based in the heart of North Carolina, the product is manufactured in the USA and is distributed all over the world. Our goal has always been to deliver a superior product, at a reasonable price, and to do it honestly, fairly and ultimately with our customer's best interests at heart. During that quarter of a century we have witnessed the environmental impact of continued pollution and the effects it has had on our potable water resources. Over the years the EPA has had to restrict or ban certain water treatment chemicals because of the health problems they cause, so the necessity for safer, effective alternatives has become even greater---that's where Bon Aqua environmental water treatment is unsurpassed. Our paramount goal is to make a positive contribution towards a safer world by manufacturing a superior product that makes the best use of the technologies available today for the safest, most effective operation of HVAC equipment without sacrificing productivity, equipment longevity, and ultimately the environment. The technology is simple, the protection consistent, and the results unequaled. - Creates a true Faraday's Generator that cathodically protects the HVAC process and connected piping - Stops Corrosion immediately & prevents future corrosion - Elevates pH to higher and less corrosive levels - De-scales and maintains a scale-free HVAC process - Enhances personnel safety by eliminating the handling of toxic water treatment chemicals - Saves water and sewer costs by allowing an effective increase in the cooling tower-condenser system cycles of concentration - Ends the discharge of toxic chemicals to the storm and sanitary sewer reservoirs - Saves operating energy by maintaining a scale-free system - Reduces equipment downtime normally associated with scale and corrosion - Reduces water treatment maintenance requirements - Extends the quality life of the protected HVAC equipment - Bon Aqua™ water treatment is environmentally responsible.
Views: 1528 BonAquaInt
Ukraine offers Azerbaijan new markets of energy resources
 
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The constant supplies of Azerbaijani oil via the Odessa - Brody oil pipeline through Ukraine to Belarus for Mozyr oil refinery will be launched today. Secretary Petroleum and Natural Resources Imtiaz Kazi Saturday said the international tenders for supply and building Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal would be issued in two weeks.
Views: 686 TheMarinewaves
Poseidon: The Water Saver
 
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Water is such an important resource that a human being cannot even survive one day without water. But still we humans cause so much wastage of this precious resource. Many times it happens that we forget to turn off the water pump after the water tank gets filled. This leads to wastage of a great amount of water. Poseidon is an easy to make, wireless Water overflow control system. This device switches off the water pump after the tank gets filled to certain level and turns the pump on after the tank gets empty. Controlling of the motor is done through HC-12(which has a range of about 1km) wireless communication module and an arduino UNO board. The water level is measured using an ultrasonic sensor. Not only this, it also gives a call to entered number as a notification after the pump is turned on(AT DISTANCE=26 in the video)/off(AT DISTANCE=16 in the video). :D :D INSTRUCTABLE LINK: http://www.instructables.com/id/Poseidon-the-Water-Saver/ GITHUB LINK: https://github.com/jasmeet0915/Poseidon-The-Water-Saver
Views: 918 Jasmeet Singh
Today President of Belarus held meeting on development of dairy branch
 
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Alexander Lukashenko set goal to double the export of milk products by 2015. It is determined to build almost 900 new commercial dairy farms and to modernize almost 1,500 farms and to increase the livestock in the country. The Head of the State also paid attention to the work of the processing industry, as it is a strategic sphere. (Alexander Lukashenko, President of the Republic of Belarus) The representatives of the company "Unimilk" were invited to the meeting. This investor entered the Belarusian dairy market under special conditions, promising to create modern milk-processing enterprises and to develop its raw material base. But these agreements haven't been realized still. Alexander Lukashenko expressed discontent with the work of the company and demanded to complete everything that was agreed upon. (Alexander Lukashenko, President of the Republic of Belarus)
Ministry of Water Resources General Body Meeting held in Delhi
 
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Views: 102 ETV Telangana
El'nya Swamp hidrological restoration -Belarus.wmv
 
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The situation at Yelnia (El Nya) raised bog was identified during a joint site visit by the administration of Yelnia reserve, APB-BirdLIfe Belarus, and conservationists from Germany and the UK in 2006. Because of the system of drainage canals, the central part of Yelnia was extremely dry, similar to conditions in 2002, when over 70% of Yelnia was destroyed by fire. The ecosystem still has not fully recovered. Yelnia raised bog is unique, supporting thousands of migrating birds yearly, and is an important breeding site for numerous species threatened on a national and European level. Yelnia is also an important source of sustainable livelihoods for local people: 3,000 families from over 50 nearby villages make a substantial part of their living from selling cranberries. Peatlands are the most efficient ecosystems in terms of carbon storage, trapping seven times more carbon per hectare than forests. Drainage leads to mineralization of the peat layer and release of CO2. Restoration of Yelnia's hydrological regime will turn it from a carbon source back to a carbon sink. Re-flooding of 5,600 ha. in Yelnia will stop the emission of roughly 56,000 tons of CO2 per year.
Belarus News │ Belarus today │ news in Belarus 21.12.2017
 
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Autumn session of Belarusian parliament completed. MPs discuss fuel and energy complex, industry, active introduction of innovations. Minsk to host press conference on results of 2nd Congress of Scientists. Belarus Intellectual as future model of the country. Exhibition of images of saints honoured both by Catholic and the Orthodox believers opened at National Art Museum. After Minsk, exposition to go on international tour.
😈 Турбированные Урал и Днепр ! А также Дизель , на Газу и на ДРОВАХ 😜!
 
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☝ Mysportbike Инстаграм 👉 https://www.instagram.com/mysportbike/ Один рукастый парень из Белоруссии собрал для своего мотоцикла газогенератор, который работает древесных чурках! В связи с подорожанием топлива, отсутствием низкооктанового бензина и зверским аппетитом колясыча - собрал газогенератор. Топливо для него – сухие древесные чурки, расход – мешок чурок на 100 км. Мощность заметно упала, хоть и степень сжатия повысил до 10, максимальная скорость около 80 км/час (на очень сухих чурках). Газогенератор – это установка для получения горючего газа из твердого топлива. В качестве твердого топлива, как правило, применяются местные ресурсы: уголь, торф, древесина, солома, а также отходы деревообрабатывающих производств. Превращение твердого топлива в газообразное называется «газификацией» и заключается в сжигании топлива с поступлением количества кислорода воздуха или водяного пара, недостаточном для полного сгорания. Motorcycle working on firewood ! One handy guy from Belarus gathered for your motorcycle gasifier, which operates wood chocks! In connection with a fuel rise in price, lack of low-octane gasoline and the brutal appetite of Kalesija - assembled gas generator. Its fuel – dry wood blocks, expense bag chocks per 100 km Power has dropped significantly, though the compression ratio was increased to 10, the maximum speed of about 80 km/h (on a dry lumps). Gas generator is an installation for producing combustible gas from solid fuel. As a rule, local resources are used as solid fuel: coal, peat, wood, straw, as well as waste from woodworking industries. Conversion of solid fuels into gaseous fuels is called "gasification" and lies in burning fuels with or number of oxygen air or a water couple, insufficient for full combustion. Источники видео : 0:00 - YouTuber: Santtu Nevalainen 1:11 - YouTuber: Андрей Прокопец 3:11 - YouTuber: sologiuc 4:32 - YouTuber: Mario and Company 6:05 - YouTuber: Саша Мазур 7:58 - YouTuber: Дмитрий Шукшин 8:59 - YouTuber: classik750
Views: 660536 Mysportbike
UFOs Sucking Up Water From Oceans Around The Globe! 1/23/17
 
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Secureteam10 is your source for reporting the best in new UFO sighting news, info on the government coverup, and the strange activity happening on and off of our planet. Email us YOUR footage and help us continue the good fight for disclosure! ➨E-mail me with your ideas & footage: [email protected] ➨Get Your Secureteam Shirt Here! http://secureteam.spreadshirt.com ➨Twitter: https://twitter.com/SecureTeam10 ➨Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Secureteam10 Intro Music: Spellbound by Kevin Macleod Outro Music: "Dark Trap" by rh_music -- www.Pond5.com ALL footage used is either done under the express permission of the original owner, or is public domain and falls under rules of Fair Use. We are making such material available for the purposes of criticism, comment, review and news reporting which constitute the 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. Not withstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work for purposes such as criticism, comment, review and news reporting is not an infringement of copyright.
Views: 1516341 secureteam10
Oil Palm BMP - Mature Stage
 
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The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is a not-for-profit, science-based organization dedicated to responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family. As a global organization, IPNI has initiatives addressing the world's growing need for food, fuel, fiber, and feed. Best Management Practices (BMP) for nutrient stewardship encourage the concept of applying the right product, at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place. Agriculture in South Asia and Southeast Asia regions is under extreme pressure to deliver unprecedented productivity to meet demand, while facing increasing pressures for land and water resources from other sectors. In Southeast Asia both subsistence and plantation crops are seeing sustained price increases. These are anticipated to continue for at least the medium term. In both cases, agricultural growth must be contained within the same ecological footprint. Land is not available for expansion in many areas. Even where it is, society demands that agriculture should not take more land but improve productivity to produce more from the same or less land and water resources. The only option is to intensify production and this seems easily achievable through the more intelligent use of existing technologies, and specifically so, plant nutrition - yields and efficiency of plantations is far from the potential and highly patchy. The goal is therefore to support intensification of oil palm plantation agriculture, which enables it to produce more while not increasing its ecological footprint, or reducing it where and when required. IPNI has worked in close partnership with oil palm practitioners to conduct oil palm management research. The essential knowledge generated is shared and distributed via the IPNI Oil Palm Series of field handbooks, pocket guides, books and posters. For more info, visit http://info.ipni.net/oilpalm (This video production was made possible through the generous support of Belarusian Potash Company SRO and K+S KALI GmbH. Our heartfelt thanks to PT Rea Kaltim Plantations for providing the locations)
Views: 42497 PlantNutritionInst
Geography Now! Algeria
 
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French friends? Desert lakes? Freedom fighters? Find out more on episode 3 of GEOGRAPHY NOW! Featuring ALGERIA!! http://facebook.com/GeographyNowFanpage http://instagram.com/GeographyNow_Official http://twitter.com/GeographyNow Become a patron! Donate anything and Get exclusive behind the scenes footage! All profits go towards helping me pay my rent so I can focus more of doing GN videos. Go to: http://patreon.com/GeographyNow
Views: 1041205 Geography Now
Prof. Hubert Savenije - Delft University of Technology
 
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Water Management Professor Hubert Savenije is an international expert for Water Management and will answer questions on the Canterbury Water Management Recovery Plan to the best of his ability. Professor Hubert Savenije is head of the Waters Section at the Delft University of Technology and President of the International Association for Hydro logical Science as well as being a Professor of Water Resources Management at Unesco.
Views: 420 euanztv
Expo 2015: Vietnam Pavilion
 
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http://www.expo.rai.it - “Water and Lotus” is the theme and the symbols chosen by Vietnam for its participation in Expo 2015. The message the country wants to give the world is centred around the need to actively protect the environment and water resources. Alongside the exhibition of objets of art and ceramics, the 887 square metres of the pavilion host the most exported local products: rice, coffee, pepper, dried fruit and seafood. Completing the offering there is also a commercial space dedicated to items crafted from bamboo, wood, porcelain, pottery and textiles, as well, naturally, as a gastronomic area where famous foods and traditional drinks can be tasted.
Views: 7559 Rai
Exploring Beautiful Samarkand in Uzbekistan | 2500 Years Old City
 
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My Samarkand tour starts in Uzbekistan. it's a very beautiful and historical city. I've three parts for this video series on Samarkand, a 2500 years old city on the famous silk road. you can watch part 1 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBaz1Q23sbg and part 3 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7Gye5jNqXY You can also Connect with me through: Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.flyingtoworld.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/flyingtoworld Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/flyingtoworld Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abdul_traveler #Uzbekistan #Samarkand #CentralAsia
Views: 11995 FLYING TO WORLD
Oil Palm BMP - Nursery Stage
 
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The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is a not-for-profit, science-based organization dedicated to responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family. As a global organization, IPNI has initiatives addressing the world's growing need for food, fuel, fiber, and feed. Best Management Practices (BMP) for nutrient stewardship encourage the concept of applying the right product, at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place. Agriculture in South Asia and Southeast Asia regions is under extreme pressure to deliver unprecedented productivity to meet demand, while facing increasing pressures for land and water resources from other sectors. In Southeast Asia both subsistence and plantation crops are seeing sustained price increases. These are anticipated to continue for at least the medium term. In both cases, agricultural growth must be contained within the same ecological footprint. Land is not available for expansion in many areas. Even where it is, society demands that agriculture should not take more land but improve productivity to produce more from the same or less land and water resources. The only option is to intensify production and this seems easily achievable through the more intelligent use of existing technologies, and specifically so, plant nutrition - yields and efficiency of plantations is far from the potential and highly patchy. The goal is therefore to support intensification of oil palm plantation agriculture, which enables it to produce more while not increasing its ecological footprint, or reducing it where and when required. IPNI has worked in close partnership with oil palm practitioners to conduct oil palm management research. The essential knowledge generated is shared and distributed via the IPNI Oil Palm Series of field handbooks, pocket guides, books and posters. For more info, visit http://info.ipni.net/oilpalm (This video production was made possible through the generous support of Belarusian Potash Company SRO and K+S KALI GmbH. Our heartfelt thanks to PT Rea Kaltim Plantations for providing the locations)
Views: 29367 PlantNutritionInst
Документальный фильм - дизель-поезд ДР1 / DR1 DMU train documentary (with eng subtitles)
 
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Документальный фильм - дизель-поезд ДР1 DR1 DMU train documentary (with eng subtitles) 2018 © Copyright M. Kuusk (diiselrong) Если видео Вам понравились, то по возможности можете поддержать @ PayPal: [email protected] Музыка из / Music from envatomarket: Kosatka – Cinematic ambient Kosatka – Background ambient music Sound core – Time lapse piano bdproductions – A documentary background Warpmasters – Cinematic story Sound core – Sad piano and cello Kosatka – Discovery ambient Manriquedelara – Ambient piano loneliness Blowball – Ambient guitars Singlefx – Ambient piano music Kosatka – Ambient documentary music Rimo music – Dream your dream Perfection sound – Ambient guitar background Dannykoval – Documentary Gladkovs – Documentary bdproductions – Ambient piano Oxulus – For documentary Sound core – Piano story Newittmusic – The documentary Reformsound – Emotional atmosphere Kosatka – Atmospheric intriguing ambient Rejection – Ambient sad Musiclfiles – Acoustic relaxing bdproductions – Emotional ambient Denisdrummer85 – Ambient future post-rock Tasteful tunes – A discovery Nuclearlynx – Atmospheric piano Leon Felekyan – Background slow motion Lexpremium – Documentary Wavynotes – Atmospheric ambient Kosatka – Background documentary music Praded – Autumn piano Sound core – Deep piano Sound core – Sad
Views: 68212 diiselrong
Belarusian Fund "For the Children of Chernobyl" -  1989 - 2011
 
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Exclusive photos - of the work of the belarusian Fond "For the Children of Chernobyl"; based in Minsk, Belarus. The first civil movement after the Chernobyl explosion, NGO. More than 20 years of active help for 360,000 children and 2000,0000 belarusians. Today oppressd by the belarusian state. more: http://www.tekknorg.wordpress.com
Views: 659 Tekknorg
International Day of Sport for Development and Peace in Belarus
 
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On 6 April the world communnity marks the first International Day of Sport for Development and Peace which was proclamed by the UN General Assembly last year. In its resolution the General Assembly invites States, the United Nations system relevant international organizations, sports organizations, civil society, including non-governmental organizations and the private sector, and all other relevant stakeholders to cooperate, observe and raise awareness of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. In the words of the Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace, Mr. Wilfried Lemke, sport "has the capacity to empower individuals and bring one's moral values to the forefront" and "can play a strategic role in transferring life skills and communicating useful and encouraging messages on important issues, thus driving social change." World-famous Belarusian tennis player, Olympic champion Max Mirnyi is known not only for his achievements in the world of tennis. In December 2002, Maxim Mirny was appointed a National Goodwill Ambassador on HIV/AIDS in the Republic of Belarus. From 2002 to 2004 he collaborated with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention on the country level. At his post of a Goodwill Ambassador Maxim Mirnyi made great efforts to promote healthy lifestyles, mobilization of resources to combat HIV/AIDS epidemic within the priorities of the United Nations in Belarus. In November 2011, Maxim Mirnyi was appointed a United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Belarus Ambassador continuing his cooperation with the United Nations to promote healthy lifestyles, and to assist children in especcialy difficult circumstances and those who need protection, help and care.
Views: 193 UN BELARUS
Dismal Swamp Water Resources - NASA DEVELOP Spring 2013 @ Langley Research Center
 
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The Great Dismal Swamp (GDS) has an annual hydrologic cycle that results in changing water levels throughout the year. The hydrological cycle in the GDS is an important factor affecting ecosystem health by controlling species composition, habitat dynamics, and threats from wildfires. The hydrology of the GDS has been modified through years of human activities. The construction of canals and ditches, with their accompanying spoil bank roads, have combined to form the most significant alteration to the swamp's water regime. The refuge's ditches form a network that channels much of the current surface flow into Lake Drummond, which in turn drains into the Feeder Ditch through a gated spillway and then into the Dismal Swamp Canal. Shifts in hydrology, soil, and vegetation have become more pronounced in the last 30 years due to the construction of ditches and canals. Peatlands in the GDS, formed from the accumulation of organic matter into the soils, are several feet thick and capable of burning when dry. Peat fires are dangerous and difficult to fight, as they travel underground through the peat soils and move behind firefighting lines. Hydrology management in the swamp has focused on raising the water table. Landsat 5 and 7 were used to create Normalized Difference Vegetation Indices that can be used as an indirect interpretation tool of changing hydrological conditions over the last decade. These products will help to aid in revealing areas that are especially vulnerable to drying or inundation. For more information, go to: http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/ Follow us online! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/developnationalprogram Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/NASA_DEVELOP Google+: http://www.gplus.to/developnationalprogram YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/NASADEVELOP
Oil Palm BMP - For Executives
 
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The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is a not-for-profit, science-based organization dedicated to responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family. As a global organization, IPNI has initiatives addressing the world's growing need for food, fuel, fiber, and feed. Best Management Practices (BMP) for nutrient stewardship encourage the concept of applying the right product, at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place. Agriculture in South Asia and Southeast Asia regions is under extreme pressure to deliver unprecedented productivity to meet demand, while facing increasing pressures for land and water resources from other sectors. In Southeast Asia both subsistence and plantation crops are seeing sustained price increases. These are anticipated to continue for at least the medium term. In both cases, agricultural growth must be contained within the same ecological footprint. Land is not available for expansion in many areas. Even where it is, society demands that agriculture should not take more land but improve productivity to produce more from the same or less land and water resources. The only option is to intensify production and this seems easily achievable through the more intelligent use of existing technologies, and specifically so, plant nutrition - yields and efficiency of plantations is far from the potential and highly patchy. The goal is therefore to support intensification of oil palm plantation agriculture, which enables it to produce more while not increasing its ecological footprint, or reducing it where and when required. IPNI has worked in close partnership with oil palm practitioners to conduct oil palm management research. The essential knowledge generated is shared and distributed via the IPNI Oil Palm Series of field handbooks, pocket guides, books and posters. For more info, visit http://info.ipni.net/oilpalm (This video production was made possible through the generous support of Belarusian Potash Company SRO and K+S KALI GmbH. Our heartfelt thanks to PT Rea Kaltim Plantations for providing the locations)
Views: 4588 PlantNutritionInst
Oil Palm BMP - Immature Stage
 
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The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is a not-for-profit, science-based organization dedicated to responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family. As a global organization, IPNI has initiatives addressing the world's growing need for food, fuel, fiber, and feed. Best Management Practices (BMP) for nutrient stewardship encourage the concept of applying the right product, at the right rate, at the right time, and in the right place. Agriculture in South Asia and Southeast Asia regions is under extreme pressure to deliver unprecedented productivity to meet demand, while facing increasing pressures for land and water resources from other sectors. In Southeast Asia both subsistence and plantation crops are seeing sustained price increases. These are anticipated to continue for at least the medium term. In both cases, agricultural growth must be contained within the same ecological footprint. Land is not available for expansion in many areas. Even where it is, society demands that agriculture should not take more land but improve productivity to produce more from the same or less land and water resources. The only option is to intensify production and this seems easily achievable through the more intelligent use of existing technologies, and specifically so, plant nutrition - yields and efficiency of plantations is far from the potential and highly patchy. The goal is therefore to support intensification of oil palm plantation agriculture, which enables it to produce more while not increasing its ecological footprint, or reducing it where and when required. IPNI has worked in close partnership with oil palm practitioners to conduct oil palm management research. The essential knowledge generated is shared and distributed via the IPNI Oil Palm Series of field handbooks, pocket guides, books and posters. For more info, visit http://info.ipni.net/oilpalm (This video production was made possible through the generous support of Belarusian Potash Company SRO and K+S KALI GmbH. Our heartfelt thanks to PT Rea Kaltim Plantations for providing the locations)
Views: 73164 PlantNutritionInst
Rewetting Exmoor's peatland for water: an ecosystem service
 
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Background to the development of a PES (Payment for Ecosystem Services) Scheme on Exmoor to restore peat to good water holding condition as part of the management of the South West's water supply.
Views: 313 Charles Cowap

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