Bali volcano alert raised to highest level, hundreds stranded in airport Play

Bali volcano alert raised to highest level, hundreds stranded in airport

Indonesias disaster mitigation agency said on 27 November it had raised the alert to the highest level four on Balis Mount Agung volcano and warned residents in a 8-10 km (5-6 miles) radius around the volcano to evacuate immediately. Balis airport, the third most busiest airport in Indonesia, has been closed for 24 hours, disrupting 445 flights and some 59,000 passengers, due to the eruption warning and the presence of volcanic ash from Agung. Nov 27, 2017
This company is using plastic waste to combat poverty Play

This company is using plastic waste to combat poverty

The Plastic Bank are on a mission to increase the value of plastic and reduce poverty. The company have come up with a market-driven solution whereby local people can collect plastic waste and exchange it for money or essential items. They have set up collection points in countries all over the world including Haiti and the Philippines. Nov 28, 2017
Timelapse video shows Bali volcano spewing ash Play

Timelapse video shows Bali volcano spewing ash

A volcano in Indonesias Bali erupted for the second time in two days on November 26. Indonesian and regional authorities heightened flight warnings around Balis Mount Agung as the volcanos eruptions sent a plume of volcanic ash and steam more than 6,000 meters into the skies above the popular holiday island. Nov 26, 2017
Are we facing another mass extinction event? Play

Are we facing another mass extinction event?

In the last 500 million years there have been five mass extinction events wiping, over 90% of all species that have ever lived on earth has gone extinct. Now, according to some reports the impact of the human race has increased extinction rates and threatens to cause another mass extinction event. So are we really facing another mass extinction event? Nov 20, 2017
Greenpeace launch anti-Coca-Cola ad to highlight plastic pollution Play

Greenpeace launch anti-Coca-Cola ad to highlight plastic pollution

As Coca Cola launch their new Holidays are coming Christmas TV advertisement, some of the brands fans have been viewing a version thats a little more realistic. In an attempt to take advantage of Cokes huge PR push at this time of year, Greenpeace produced their own Coke Christmas ad highlighting an unfortunate side effect of bottled fizzy drinks. Nov 17, 2017