Formula E and harvesting water from air: #RAZOR full episode
CGTN Europe • 30m
By 2050 the global population is expected to reach almost 10 billion. Demand for food could rise by 60%, further impacting already depleted land and oceans. So where will all the extra food come from? It could be insects. 🍲 🐜
Formula E is entering it’s 7th season. Can this fledgling but already multi-million dollar sport match its petrol cousin for power and excitement? 🏎️
Water scarcity affects 1.1 billion people around the world and the problem’s getting worse with climate change. Atmospheric water is a possible solution. It’s a resource equivalent to around 10% of all the freshwater found in all the lakes on Earth. But how do we get that water to the people who most need it?🚰 #RAZOR
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