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What are two technologies that humans have used to overcome environmental challenges in Dubai?

Two technologies have helped humans survive in Dubai despite these significant environmental challenges. The invention of climate control technologies like evaporative cooling and air conditioning have allowed humans to survive in a climate with an average daily temperature of 90 degrees.

Which of the following diseases is spread by mosquitoes and most often found in tropical urban areas?

Malaria, yellow fever and dengue fever are the common serious diseases people get from mosquitoes while traveling to tropical countries.

What is one drawback of desalination?

Desalination is not a perfected technology, and desalinated water can be harmful to human health as well. By-products of the chemicals used in desalination can get through into the “pure” water and endanger the people who drink it. Desalinated water can also be acidic to both pipes and digestive systems.

What is the best solution for water shortage?

What is your top solution for the water crisis?

  • Education/Awareness.
  • New Conservation Technologies.
  • Recycle Wastewater.
  • Improve Irrigation and Agriculture Water Use.
  • Water Pricing.
  • Energy Efficient Desal Plants.
  • Rain Water Harvesting.
  • Community Governance and Partnerships.

Can we purify ocean water to drink?

Humans cannot drink saline water, but, saline water can be made into freshwater, for which there are many uses. The process is called “desalination”, and it is being used more and more around the world to provide people with needed freshwater.

Will the world run out of food by 2050?

World population too big to feed by 2050 The world population could be too big to feed itself by 2050. By then, there will be almost 10 billion people on the planet and food demand will have increased by 70 percent compared to 2017. Scientists put the limit on how many people Earth can feed at 10 billion – max!

Are diamonds on the moon?

The fact that the moon probe Surveyor V1 revealed the existence of an appreciable amount of carbon on the surface of the moon, in the neighbourhood of its site, lends strong support to a conjecture I made in 1965 (Optima 15, 160) that there may well be a relatively high concentration of micro-diamonds on the surface of …

What would the effects of Moon mining be, and is it even legal? While no spacefaring nation recognises the Moon Treaty, the 1967 United Nations Outer Space Treaty states that no nation can claim ownership of the Moon.