Results for: shortage Search Results
Family Filter:
Watch this stress free report with scientist Joe Kaplinsky who explains there are great possibilities for energy generation which would solve our shortages, anywhere. Joe encourages us to humanise the energy debate by putting people’s aspirations for a brighter future at the flick of a switch, first. The chill out report features on WORLDbytes, the online magazine news channel created by WORLDwrite volunteers. It aims to get behind the headlines and promote a people-first perspective on a wide-range of issues; the programme’s credo is “don’t shout at the telly, change the message on it”. See: www.worldbytes****
12 Sep 2008
Share Video

www.daytradeplan**** (forgive the domain name - I had to use an old one) Angels, Global Food Shortage,Extreme Storms,Photon Belt, Sun Storms, Planet X,UFO's,Galatic Alignment,Mayan Ancient Prophecy,Rare Solar Eclipses,Spirituality,Heaven
22 Oct 2008
Share Video

*******www.instablogs****/ Shortage of malaria Drugs Kenya is in the red as new and highly effective malaria drugs have run out of stock in some parts of the country as a result of import delays, poor forecasting, misuse and inefficient accounting systems. Areas like Western Province have had to do without the drugs, while in Eastern, public hospitals have been sending malaria patients to buy the medicines from private pharmacies. The tender to supply AL generics was won by an Indian company, Ajanta Pharma, in May, with deliveries expected by September, but nothing has been delivered so far. Public Health and Sanitation director said while there were issues with the deliveries, shortages being faced in any part of the country were due to either, distribution, misuse or poor forecasting. The deliveries were expected to arrive in the country long before the October- December short rains, a season normally characterised by high malaria cases. Drug Trafficking Mexican narcotraffickers are gaining an increasing presence in Guatemalan territory. That was made clear Sunday, when at least 18 people were killed in a face-off between members of a local group and a Mexican cartel in a frontier zone between Mexico and Guatemala. It's no secret to anybody that the institutions in Guatemala are weak, that they lack human and technical resources,. The Guatemalan government are studying the arrival of many Mexicans, specifically members of the Zeta group, who have wanted to come to take advantage of the Guatemalan territory. Without doubt, organized crime is taking advantage of these evident levels of vulnerability that the Guatemalan institutions present. Eid amidst violence and inflation The residents of Hangu celebrated the latest festival of Eid-ul-Adha like a normal day without much bustle that formally used to characterize the occasion. A large number of local residents have already left the town due to the sectarian and terrorist violence in the area and have settled permanently in the neighboring cities of Kohat and Peshawar. Owing to security concerns associated with travel between the cities these families no longer visit Hangu and other occasions. Mosques are also unsafe and people entering them are bothered by physical security search made by armed personnel who guard the entrance. The prices of livestock have also soared due to the recent surge in inflation and many people have given up on the tradition of slaughtering an animal per family. Sadly, Eid has lost its vibrancy for Hangu and many other war torn areas of the country. *******www.instablogs****/
12 Dec 2008
Share Video

Nadine and Natasha on adult children that won’t leave home, the proclivities of British women and the rice shortage sweeping the nation.
2 Jan 2009
Share Video

In China the church is growing so fast there's a shortage of pastors. And finding new ones isn't easy.
18 Dec 2008
Share Video

This video may show you some shortage in game GTA San Andreas.
16 Mar 2009
Share Video

Mining career videos library is launched as part of a strategy to address the mining sector’s serious skills shortage. Career seekers can watch Canadian miners in action in the new Explore for More video library.
6 Nov 2009
Share Video

Mining career videos library is launched as part of a strategy to address the mining sector’s serious skills shortage Career seekers can watch Canadian miners in action in the new Explore for More video library
6 Nov 2009
Share Video

Mining career videos library is launched as part of a strategy to address the mining sector’s serious skills shortage Career seekers can watch Canadian miners in action in the new Explore for More video library
6 Nov 2009
Share Video

Mining career videos library is launched as part of a strategy to address the mining sector’s serious skills shortage Career seekers can watch Canadian miners in action in the new Explore for More video library
13 Oct 2009
Share Video

Energy Solar Central, currently assits and supply many types of materials to the Solar Power Industry. Currently in the Solar Energy Industry there is a huge shortage of the main material polysilicon to produce solar cells. ESC is now dedicating all it's efforts to help source polysilicon and other alternative materials that can be used to make solar cells. Sunch as silicon Tops and tails, pot scrap, broken wafers scrap wafers, poly silicon rods and many other types of silicon solar grade materials. In addition Energy Solar Central supplies solar silicon wafers, Solar Cells, Solar Modules, reject solar cells and borken solar cells. Free free to visit our website on www.energysolarcentral****
28 Oct 2009
Share Video

The global medical isotope shortage began in May 2009, when Canada announced that its 52-year-old nuclear reactor in Chalk River, Ontario, would be closed for repairs for at least three months. But three months later, the government extended the shut-down, telling the world that medical isotope production would not come back on line by the first quarter of 2010 – at the earliest.
18 Nov 2009
Share Video

The nursing shortage in Canada means that there are many career opportunities in practical nursing. You can make a difference in the healthcare industry. Learn more about nursing jobs at CDI Career College.
16 Apr 2010
Share Video

BY: MIRANDA WHEATLEY You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy Insects - they’re what’s for dinner - High in protein and low in fat, insects are what some are calling the meat of the future. “The new meat is bugs (bleh) Yeah.” Video HLN “1/3 of the planet eats bugs as a part of their regular diet …” Treehugger Radio “It’s time for some wax worm tacos ... You have to taste this to believe this.” Girl Meets Bug Making your skin crawl yet? - Two researchers from Wageningen University in the Netherlands started their campaign for crickets and the like in the 1990s and recently released a study saying bugs are the solution to the world’s food shortage. According to Daily Tech: “Between 2020 and 2050, researchers predict that Westerners will consume insects regularly as an answer to our increasing population needing more meat-related resources. In fact, beef may become a luxury food item like caviar by 2050.” But Care2 reports insects are already more mainstream than you may think... “According to the FDA, chocolate can contain around 60 insect fragments per 100 grams, peanut butter can have 30 insect parts per 100 grams and fruit juice can have either five fruit fly eggs and one or two larvae eggs per 250 mL.” Girl Meets Bug blogger Daniella Martin joins the pro-bug camp, telling TreeHugger Radio putting bugs on the dinner table is simple! And they’re not only savory, but environmentally friendly too. “Insects are the planet’s most available, most sustainable and most abundant form of animal protein (FLASH) They require 10 times less food for instance approximately 1,000 times less water and you know, perhaps hundreds of times less land space just to produce the same amount of protein as any of these other forms of livestock.” Martin suggests avoiding urban bugs because of possible toxins and says her favorite, wax worms, can easily be ordered online. But even with supporters like Martin behind it not all not everyone is sold on the idea. LiveScience argues bugs might not be the environmentally friendly alternative to traditional livestock many are claiming they are. “...this topic is not a hotbed of research, so while some data exist — in particular on the protein content of insects — there are some assumptions built into the latter part of this argument...” The site also quotes a researcher who says: don’t expect many Westerners to voluntarily start munching on meal worms... “...the practical barriers to eating insects ... are extremely large and perhaps currently even likely to be insurmountable.” So do you think you’ll be trading in burgers for beetles? Or does the thought give you the creepy crawlies? Follow Newsy _Videos on Twitter Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
Share Video

BY: SAMUEL JOSEPH ANCHOR: CHANCE SEALES You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Thousands are fleeing Libya as unrest grows, heading for neighboring countries Egypt and Tunisia. Egypt is reportedly absorbing the influx well, since many of the refugees are Egyptian natives who were working abroad. However, according to Sky News, the situation at the Tunisian border is much different. TIM MARSHALL: “As the light falls, so does the temperature, and it gets very cold at night. But we’ve met people who have slept outside for three nights running. Five Hundred tents are up already. Another thousand are going to be put up. That will house about twelve thousand people. Sounds like a lot. But, if people are coming through at the rate of about ten thousand a day, well, where are they going to go?” Reports indicate the refugees are stretching Tunisia’s resources to the limit, with more than one thousand people crossing the border every hour. The Guardian spoke with the executive director of the World Food Programme, who says... “...the local Red Crescent organisations and the revolutionary committees set up during the Tunisian uprising had been doing an ‘excellent’ job providing food and shelter, but... ‘the system is now under severe stress.’” The United Nations is also helping out- providing tents, food and medical supplies, but Press TV says- many feel the UN isn’t doing enough. LASAAD SOUIAL: “Where is the U.N.? Where are they? They came yesterday with some tents to show off in front of cameras, waking up at noon from their hotel in Zarzis. You know? Come again, and you can notice they are clean. Look at me. You know? They are doing nothing.” It might not be that simple, though. According to Channel 4 News, the problem isn’t necessarily the crowds, it’s moving the crowds. “There’s no shortage of food or water and these people are not, by any means, desperate. The problem is getting the transport to shift them on to the airport – to get the buses to do that, to get the planes to fly them home.” Responding to this, Britain and France have stepped up to get the refugees where they need to go. The Daily Mail reports... “...Prime Minister David Cameron said he had launched an airlift to help Egyptians stranded on the Libyan-Tunisian border. France, too, announced an airlift and naval operation... to evacuate at least 5,000 Egyptian refugees and return them to Egypt within a week.” The United Nations has suspended Libya from the UN Human Rights Council for committing quote “gross and systematic violations of human rights.’’ 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Transcript by Newsy
5 Mar 2011
Share Video

Gilgit, July 12: The education sector of Gilgit Baltistan is in shambles with the administration doing little to improve the situation. To top it all, the shortage of trained teachers have left the students to fend for themselves in many schools.
12 Jul 2011
Share Video