Monday, January 6, 2014

England's efforts

In 2012, the BBC did a report on how scientists examine London's pollution levels. While not actually providing much concrete data on the matter, they did demonstrate some of the directions that British government funding went toward. The video starts out with a BBC corespondent standing in a plane that examines pollution levels. When the corespondent demonstrates all of the features of the plane, the viewers should begin to understand just how much money England is pouring into solving the problem. Besides showing off the research plane, the reporter also demonstrates various research locations for scientists in the London area and some of the work that they have done. When he finishes describing, the viewers should leave understanding the gigantic amounts of money that the country is spending on solving the issue.

To view the video/article click here

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