Archive for March, 2012

Chelsea chase the Hulk

Mar 28, 2012 Comments Off on Chelsea chase the Hulk by

Chelsea are on the brink of the Champions League semi-finals just weeks after their European campaign seemed forlorn. They have also reopened talks with Porto over their long standing interest in forward Hulk. Chelsea used the Champions League trip to Portugal to hold further talks with Benfica’s bitter rivals with a view to agreeing a […]

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World Water Day

Mar 22, 2012 Comments Off on World Water Day

Happy World Water Day! World Water Day has been observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared the 22 March as World Day for Water. In the UK the average household water used for washing and drinking is about 150 litres a day per person, but we consume about 30 […]

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Water for food production

Mar 22, 2012 Comments Off on Water for food production

Water for use in agriculture Water is used to make every product on Earth. As a consequence, all factories, businesses and all business sectors depend on it in some way. Water, energy and food are intrinsically linked as water is needed to produce the power/energy required for food production. Marks & Spencer is working with […]

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Some Water Facts

Mar 22, 2012 Comments Off on Some Water Facts

Facts about Water 1. Most of the earth’s surface is covered by water. There is much more water than there is land. 2. Water is also in abundance in the atmosphere, and in the ground. 3. The overall amount of water on our planet has remained the same for two billion years. 4. Water consists […]

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How we use Water

Mar 22, 2012 Comments Off on How we use Water

Water is essential to feed the world In many developing nations, over 90% of the water is used for irrigation. Hence, we need more water-efficient irrigation technologies urgently! 70% of the world’s water resources are needed for food production! Producing food for the burgeoning world population will require 50% more freshwater. Increasing competition for water […]

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