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Northeast natural resources
My students wrote persuasive essays about why people should visit the Norttheast. We turned the essays into commercials.
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North East Products and Natural Resources
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The Northeast Region of US
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Know how Northeast India opens up tremendous business opportunities
India’s Northeast region (NER) is endowed with huge untapped natural resources and is acknowledged as the eastern gateway for the country’s ‘Look East Policy’. Watch this video to know how Northeast India opens up tremendous business opportunities. NERES 1.0 The biggest entrepreneurship & Startup summit of Northeast to be held on 23rd-24th August 2018 in Shillong. It aims to provide a platform to passionate and prospective entrepreneurs of North Eastern Region to transform their ideas into working business model. To know more follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NERESindia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NERESindia/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neresindia/ Website: www.neres.org Email : [email protected]
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Minerals in India
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Farmers in Northeast Pennsylvania are leasing their land to natural gas companies and hoping for a m
HEADLINE: Pa. farmers hope for natural gas windfall --------------------------------------- CAPTION: Farmers in Northeast Pennsylvania are leasing their land to natural gas companies and hoping for a multi-million dollar windfall. (July 14) ---------------------------------------- [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] NB. THIS IS A VOICEOVER TRANSCRIPT, NOT A FULL SHOT LIST. ((Susquehanna County, PA)) NATS: cow noises It may look like an ordinary Pennsylvania farm - but what lies beneath appears to be worth millions of dollars. NATS: rooster Before she realized the REAL cash cow on her farm, Elizabeth Downey put the land up for sale, needing money to keep the family afloat. ((Elizabeth Downey, Farm Owner)) "We needed the money to help raise this child." But in what has become an everyday occurrence here, a better offer came her way. NATS: natural gas well being drilled She leased her property to a natural gas company, and stands to make millions of dollars over the next several years in royalties. NATS: rooster crowing. There's a land rush underway here. Just over two years ago "land men," many from Texas; started leasing mineral rights from landowners here for as little as two dollars an acre. Now, the going rate has skyrocketed to 2 thousand, 500 dollars an acre, for a five year lease. ((Tom Murphy, Penn State University)) "You have whole communities that have essentially won the lottery, because of these lease payments." Tom Murphy is an agriculturalist from nearby Penn State University. "This is a huge mineral resource that's coming to market at a time the market is asking for more and more gas. There is really no land for sale any more. In about the last six to eight months any land that came to the marketplace has disappeared." The source of the fuel, and thus the wealth, is a 300-million year old land formation called the Marcellus Shale that stretches from West Virginia to upstate New York. ((Ted Shaffrey, The Associated Press)) ((Susquehanna County, PA)) "Geologists have known for more than a century that the thick, hard shale here contains lots of natural gas. "But it wasn't until now that it made economic sense to go deep underground and unlock it in large quantities. "New drilling technologies and rising fuel costs have changed all that. "But here in Northwestern Pennsylvania, the natural gas market is purely speculative. "Not even one cubic foot has been extracted and brought to market. Yet." NATS: tractor Ted Barbour stands to make 15 percent of all the natural gas mined from his family farm - if it produces. "Hope changes a lot of things, and there's a lot of hope here this is going to be a big thing. But that's tempered with the fact they haven't put a pipeline in yet." Gas companies and others have plans to build a pipeline from these farmland wells into the huge markets of New York City, Philadelphia and other densely populated areas in the northeast - by the end of this year. Lester Greevy and Dale Tice are attorneys who broker deals between land owners and oil companies - and business is good. ((Lester Greevy, Lawyer)) "Just the energy crunch created a perfect storm." ((Dale Tice, Lawyer)) "Who knows how high the prices are going to go? A lot of certainty and a lot of excitement right now." Geologists speculate some of these prospect wells may produce up to three million cubic feet a day of natural gas. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5a4ee786520e627e6f93d16829dc41ce Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Regional Seminar on Natural Resources, Skill Manpower and Development of Northeast
A Regional Seminar on Natural Resources, Skill Manpower and Development of North East was held at Kohima Science College, Jotsoma. Delivering a key note address Dr. I Anungla Aier, Additional Director, Department of Higher Education, Nagaland said North East is a resource rich region and natural resources utilization is inevitable for development. Nagaland governor P.B Acharya while delivering the valedictory address said that getting a mere degree from a university is not enough, but we have to march forward and change our mindset and develop our skills in various areas.
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Assam resource northeast India
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Kind of insects found mostly in northeast India and people use to eat and its seems very delicious specially when it is dry fry.
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Northeast Landmarks
Student narration and artwork describing nine places of interest in the Northeast.
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Solo Survival: How to Survive Alone in the Wilderness   for 1 week --Eastern Woodlands
In this video (part one and two) I go into the wilderness of North Eastern North America with only a knife and live off the land for a week. I document many of the crucial steps and tips and tricks that I do to survive in the forest. Skills shown are shelter, primitive fire, bark containers, water purification, fishing, weaving natural rope, bark shelters, trapping, edible plants, primitive cooking, fish traps....and tons more. ++Just had all my camera gear stolen, with half of my new video on it. Ugh, if anyone feels up to donating to help me replace it, please go to link. Thank you, https://www.gofundme.com/help-replace-tom039s-gear?member=351904 If you would like to support the next video, please help out and donate. Im happy to make these but the reality is that it takes time and $$ paypal.me/wildsurvival Creating these videos is a blast...but can also be limited by $$...if you feel up to it, please chip in so that I can crank out more and more content like this. Visit my Patreon account and donate as little as $1 if you have the ability. Thanks, https://www.patreon.com/WildSurvival **If interested I am running kids and adult classes in Connecticut this May, check out....http://www.wildsurvivalskills.com/schedule-of-classes-and-registration.html **Also, if you would like to be added to my mailing list go to: http://www.wildsurvivalskills.com/contact.html Please subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ftIQAlFTI5Z5UyIFWYApg?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TomMcelroySurvival/ Instagram: WildSurvivalSkills After a few decades of being obsessed with collecting survival and primitive skills techniques, I am putting out these videos to demonstrate the skills and excursions found at my school, Wild Survival (wildsurvivalskills.com). Videos are focused on primitive skills, rewilding, tracking and nature awareness, living off the land, off grid living, indigenous skills, shelter building, primitive fire, water purification, trapping, hunting, bow making, flint knapping, primitive pottery, basketry, edible and medicinal plant preparation and numerous indigenous skills. I began studying wilderness survival when I was 17 in order to have the ability to spend extensive periods of time in nature, seeking out empowerment without the need for external sources. I began studying in 1993 under Tom Brown Jr eventually teaching for Tracker Inc. I sought-out every old Native American teacher I could and eventually traveled the world living in very remote indigenous villages in the Amazon, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Peru. My school teaches survival and primitive skills, nature awareness, how to live off the land, re-wilding and how to prepare for disasters. I strongly believe that experiencing survival living changes the way people approach their entire lives. http://www.wildsurvivalskills.com/
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The North East States: The Land and the People
http://www.zaneeducation.com - This online geography education video will assist geography and social sciences students to study and discover some of the ways that geography, transportation routes, and the availability of natural resources have affected patterns of land use and city settlement.
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The Economy of the Northeast
Most people in the Northeast live and work in cities and suburbs. They have service jobs, or jobs that help other people in some way. Another source of employment is the manufacturing industry. A sizable number of people still work in fishing and farming. Objectives: A. Understand that the Northeast's natural resources provide a living for many people. B. Describe how the manufacturing industry got its start. C. Recognize that many people in the Northeast work in service jobs. D. Discuss the past and present of cities and suburbs in the Northeast.
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Northeast Research and Development Center - Mike Boehm - August 24, 2018
Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Mike Boehm talks about Nebraska Extension’s facilities, including the Haskell Ag Lab.
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Regional seminar on natural resources held in Nagaland
Watch Northeast Bulletin everyday at 6:30 AM only on APN which will present the Real Face of the Northeast. Keep watching APN News for Latest News and Insights (TataSky- 542,DISH TV-2316, DEN- 350, SITI- 366, DIGICABLE- 212, HATHWAY- 223, NETVISION- 262, Videocon d2h- 320). Subscribe to APN! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe3SGLXfMSyYlLvnaID_hJA Do share your comments/opinions here or on - http://twitter.com/APNNewsIndia http://facebook.com/APNNewsIndia Website: http://www.apnlive.com/
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Northeast Michigan Youths Participate in Natural Resources Camp
This week, youths from the Northeast Michigan area are participating in the 4–H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp in Presque Isle.
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Working Together – Urban Natural Resources Stewardship
USDA Forest Service in the Northeast and Midwest works together with communities to care for the land – connecting people with natural resources, forests, prairie, and green spaces. For more information, visit http://www.fs.fed.us/managing-land.
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Centre starts work on four-lane highway in Nagaland - ANI #News
Nagaland, Mar 14 (ANI): Northeast India is blessed with rich natural resources and having an agro-climatic condition, the region has a huge potential in the field mineral industry, education sector and in various other sectors in the country. To achieve such heights, the first and foremost requirement and steps towards growth and development is accessibility and quality roads to all, as roads are the lifelines of every community and nation. After thirteen years since the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Nagaland in 2003 and announced four laning of national highway roads, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari, laid the foundation stone in 2015 at Patkai Bridge, Chumukedima in Nagaland. The four lane road project has been kick-start by clearing off the jungle along the route on National Highway 39 covering 42.48 kms between Dimapur and Kohima. With all the required machineries at the work site along with the workers, the work on four laning is going on full swing. -------------------------------------- Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Follow us: https://twitter.com/ani_news ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.aninews.in/ ☛ Send your suggestions/Feedback: [email protected]
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Major Project To Save Northeast Forest In Full-Swing
The Forestry Department of the Ministry of Agriculture is working with the United Nations environment programme to improve the management of natural resources on the north-east coast of Saint Lucia. The Iyanola Natural Resource Management Project seeks to enhance global environmental security by ensuring the sustainable use of resources and environmental conservation.
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NE India is bestowed with abundant natural resources: Mahanta
Date: 12-09-2013 Shyam Kanu Mahanta, organizer in chief of North East Festival in Delhi has said that northeast India bestowed with abundant natural resources and it is important for the region. He was interacting with media on the occasion of ongoing North East Festival in IGNCA in Capital. For more videos and news visit: http://www.newsdeskindia.com
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Agriculture sector in the Northeast to benefit from scientific practices
Assam, Dec 04 (ANI): Endowed with rich natural resources and suitable climatic conditions, the Northeast region provides a perfect environment for the cultivation of vegetables and fruits. While it has huge potential in horticulture production, the region has to depend on other states due to lack of good quality seedlings. In a move to be self-reliant, the first of its kind agri hub nursery was inaugurated at the horticulture farm on Assam Agriculture University campus in Jorhat. It has been developed at a cost of Rs. 15 crores financed under the Rashtriya Krishi Vikash Yojana. The nursery will annually produce 48 lakhs seedlings of various vegetables and seasonal flowers. This new project will give a huge boost to production and ultimately help in generating more income for the farmers.
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Acquisition of Natural Resources in Meghalaya: Development or Destruction?
Angela Rangad talks to Newsclick about the struggle being waged in Meghalaya against the acquisition of natural resources for 'developmental' projects like hydro electric power plants etc. She explains how land is linked to issues of identity and ethnicity in the North-East and argues that mining projects in Jaintia Hills, Khasi Hills and the Lumshnong district have led not only to environmental hazards but also a blatant violation of human rights. She says the Sixth Schedule, which gives constitutional protection to community ownership of land, is now up for amendment which could potentially take away people's right over natural resources. She feels therefore, that there is an urgent need for widening alliances across the country to intensify this resistance.
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Northeast Coast Forest Restoration Drive
The wildlife and endemic fauna and flora of the Grande Anse Estate are threatened due to shifting cultivation and misuse of lands. The department of forestry is working with the United Nations Environment Programme on a restoration project under; “the Iyanola natural resource management project of the North-East Coast”. The program is aimed at ensuring the survival of species, protection of natural resources and involves the replanting of fast growing plants in degraded areas.
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Natural Vegetation of India I Natural vegetation of INDIA UPSC/IAS
Support us : https://www.instamojo.com/@exambin/ Download our app : http://examb.in/app Welcome back to the fourth lesson on geography here we are going to see about natural vegetation of india lecture which will be helpful for your preparations with climate of natural vegetation of india UPSC/IAS Natural vegetation refers to a plant community that has been left undisturbed over a long time. So as to allow its individual species to adjust themselves to climate and soil conditions as fully as possible. India is a land of great variety of natural vegetation. india climate Himalayan heights are marked with temperate vegetation; the Western Ghats and the Andaman Nicobar Islands have tropical rain forests, the deltaic regions have tropical forests and mangroves; physical divison the desert and semi desert areas of Rajasthan are known for cacti, a wide variety of bushes and thorny vegetation. On the basis of certain common features such as predominant vegetation type and climatic regions, Indian forests can be divided into the following groups: Types of Forests Tropical Evergreen Forests • Tropical evergreen forests have an Avg. Rainfall of 200 cm and Avg. temp. Of 24°C. • It is found at Hot & Humid areas of India like Western Ghats, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Eastern India. • Tropical deciduous forests are Tall & Dense with their height ranging from 45 – 60 mts. The Trees compete & rise high in wildflife to get sunlight • Ex. Rubber, Coconut, Ebony, Mahogany, Palms Tropical Deciduous Forests • Deciduous forests have an Avg. Rainfall of100 - 200 cm and their avg height is 25 – 45 mts. • They Shed their leaves in summers due to shortage of water which is a natural resources • It is Found at Shiwaliks, Ganga valley, Western Ghats, North Eastern India • They are Economically very important forests because we get majority of raw wood from these forests for Ex. Sal, Teak, Shisham, Sandalwood, Deodar, Mahua Tropical dry Forests • Tropical dry forests have an Avg. Rainfall of 50 to 100 cm and they are Less dense & their size ranges from 6 – 9 mts, • Their Roots are thick & long to use underground water and the Thick Bark prevents undue evaporation • They are Found in Punjab, Haryana, MP, Eastern Rajasthan, Central Deccan Plateau • Most of the areas are used for agriculture Arid or Desert Forests • Desert forest has an Avg. Rainfall of less than 50 cm. • Prominent features of desert forests are Small leaves, Thick Bark, Long Roots • Indian wild date is common in these deserts • It is Found at Western Rajasthan, South West Haryana, Punjab, and In some parts of Gujrat • Ex. Small sized kikar, Babul, Acacia, Bushes & Shrubs Tidal Forests • These forests grow along the coast and on the edges of the deltas • Famous for Mangrove & Sundari Trees • Consists of thick Bushes & Ferns • They are Known as Halophytes i.e. Tolerant of Salinity • Found at Sundarbans, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Deltas of Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna & Kavery Mountain forests • Mountain forests vary considerably along the slopes of mountain • On the foothills of Himalayas, upto a height of 1500 meters, evergreen trees, (Sal, teak, bamboo and cane) grow abundantly. • On higher slope between 1,500 meters to 3,500 meters, temperate conifer trees (pine, fir, oak, maple, deodar, laurel spruce, cedar) grow. • At the higher altitude of the Himalayas, rhododendrons and junipers are found. Forest cover in India • According to the India State of Forest Report (ISFR) 2015, the forest area covers 21.34 per cent of the total land area of the country. • The forest area is the area notified and recorded as the forest land irrespective of the existence of trees, while the actual forest cover is the area occupied by forests with canopy. Forest Conservation Forests have an intricate interrelationship with life and environment. These provide numerous direct and indirect advantages to our economy and society. Hence, conservation of forest is of vital importance to the survival and prosperity of humankind. Accordingly, the Government of India proposed to have a nation-wide forest conservation policy, and adopted a forest policy in 1952, which was further modified in 1988. The forest policy aimed at: • bringing 33 per cent of the geographical areas under forest cover; • maintaining environmental stability and to restore forests where ecological balance was disturbed; • conserving the natural heritage of the country, its biological diversity and genetic pool. Social Forestry Farm Forestry
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Loggers of the Northeast: Are They Thriving, Striving, or Just Surviving?
Managing Our Changing Forests Webinar Series May 2018 Webinar Managing Our Changing Forests Webinar Series is a collaboration of UVM Extension, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, and UVM Forestry Presenter: René H. Germain, Professor, Department of Forest and Natural Resources Management, SUNY-ESF Description: Economic sustainability of logging businesses is critical to successful forest management. Rising expectations in conjunction with market trends can result in increased logging costs. This webinar will share a recent study that examined factors influencing logger profitability across a variable forested landscape. Interviews were conducted with loggers across New York and Northern Pennsylvania. The machine rate method was used to calculate operating expenses, profit margin and return on investment (ROI) of individual jobs. Regression analysis identified significant variables influencing profit and ROI. According to this study, almost half of the logging operations observed were losing money on individual jobs. The presentation will share the results of the study and implications for contract rates and the future of the logging industry.
Assam - one of the richest biodiversity zones in the world
Assam (অসম ) - a state of India meaning unequal or undulating & serves as the gateway to the rest of the Seven Sister States of North East India. Assam is one of the richest biodiversity zones in the world & is known for Assam tea, large and old petroleum resources, Assam silk, popular destination for wildlife tourism like Kaziranga and Manas, which are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In this video I am showing my self-recorded videos why one should visit Assam. 1. World's smallest river island 2. Kaziranga, a UNESCO world heritage site - home of the rare one horned Indian Rhinoceros & endangered/threatened species 3. World's oldest operating oil refinery & Birthplace of the Indian Oil Industry 4. World's largest river island - Majuli 5. Sualkuchi -- the only silk city of INDIA, also known as the "Manchester of Assam - a variety of silk cloths are prepared mainly by traditional handlooms from local Pat, Muga & Eri. 6. India's longest train route - Vivek Express covering a distance of 4286 km in 82.30 hours from Dibrugarh to Kanniyakumari 7. Kamakhya Temple -- the only Devi shrine with no image inside the main sanctum 8. Saraighat Bridge - India's 1st of its kind in India to withstand earthquakes up to G 10 9. North-East India's 1st express highway 10. Brahmaputra River -- the only male river of India 11. Assam Tea & has got one of the Asia's largest tea factory & much much more to see....
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Most Amazing And Interesting Facts About North East India
North East India is indeed a paradise unexplored and one of the best destination for nature lovers, trekkers and wildlife enthusiasts. North East India includes 7 contiguous states Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura, Hence also known as Seven Sister States of India. The North Eastern region also host one brother called Sikkim and some parts of Bengal as Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, and Koch Bihar. It is one of the most treasured and Eco-friendly area in India with vast natural resources and a cauldron of different people and cultures.#AmazingDiary
India’s northeast region with its diverse cultures, rich reserves of natural resources and lush vegetation holds immense potential for business. To attract investment for the region, Indian Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion and Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India, organized the eleventh edition of NE Business Summit in New Delhi.
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Rare Bird Babies Jump off Nest in Northeast China
Babies of Chinese merganser, an endangered bird on the Red List of Threatened Species of International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), jumped off their nest on Tuesday in the Changbai Mountain Natural Reserve, northeast China's Jilin Province. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170526/8051527.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Stories of change - FARM NORTHEAST
FARM Northeast is a Natural Resource Management program of Caritas India aimed to bring socio-economic empowerment in the field of food security and provide livelihood options for the farmers of Northeast. The program reached to 18372 smallholder farmers who are clubbed in farmers club and are availing various Government Welfare Scheme for their benefit.
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The Northeast Region of the United States
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India’s northeast region with its diverse cultures, rich reserves of natural resources and lush vegetation holds immense potential for business.To attract investment for the region, Indian Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion and Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India, organized the eleventh edition of NE Business Summit in New Delhi.
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1-2 A Regional Overview of the Northeast
Geographers study the Earth’s physical features, weather and climate, natural resources, and populations.
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Hundreds of Fishing Boats Stranded in Frozen Port in Northeast China
Hundreds of fishing boats were stranded in a frozen port in the coastal city Dalian in northeast China's Liaoning Province. Due to strong cold waves, sea ice continued to increase on Liaodong Bay which freezes in December annually. By Wednesday, over 40 percent of the bay was covered with ice, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources. Fishing and fish farming along the coast of Liaodong Bay were suspended. The relevant departments will help fishermen check their stranded boats to make sure they are not damaged. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20190214/8103214.shtml#!language=1 Welcome to subscribe us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cctvnewscontent/ Video on Demand: www.cctvplus.com If you are in demand of this video footage, please contact with our business development team via email: [email protected]
Northeast Region Gulf Oil Spill Response
This video highlights the response efforts of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region employees to the Gulf oil spill. It is a celebration of their willingness to be deployed and dedication to preserving wildlife and natural resources.
The Northeast Region of the US
The Northeast Region of the US
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Northeast India is blessed with rich natural resources and having an agro-climatic condition, the region has a huge potential in the field mineral industry, education sector and in various other sectors in the country.To achieve such heights, the first and foremost requirement and steps towards growth and development is accessibility and quality roads to all, as roads are the lifelines of every community and nation.
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Rejuvenation of Northeast China
Charles Chaw, producer of 6 episodes "Inside China Next Powerhouse", presents the opportunities of Northeastern China. In this last part of the final episode concluded in his ending speech: "As China enters into a new phase of growth, a demand for natural resources, need for innovation, and reliance on heavy industries were never been greater. The NE region's natural resources and its heavy industries, form the pillars for China's economic growth. Like China in the past, the Northeast region has been ignored for a long time. There's an abundant of human resources, and R&D capabilities, can help transform China into a true economic powerhouse. Perhaps, being indifferent to the region is no longer an option."
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Day Out at Nagaland Bamboo Resource Center | Northeast India | Eating,Playing,Roaming | Chiam Shiu
Hey guys, Recently I visited Nagaland Bamboo Resource Center in 6th mile Dimapur. I love the chowmein and momo we get in bambusa .The place is really cool. All of the things are made of bamboo. A museum there displays beautiful works in bamboo. Sadly camera was not allowed so couldn't show in the video. I had a lot of fun playing and roaming around the place. If you can you should go and check that place out, its pretty awesome. Follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chiamshiu
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Changing Bio-diversity at North-East marshy Land in Bangladesh On Diganta TV(Englisah Version)
Bangladesh has An Enormous Marshy land in the North-Eastern Part. It was a Big Source of natural resources, such as Various Species of Fish, Water of irrigation, Transport Facility, Various kinds of Birds and Trees. But now, these resource are decreasing by man made reason. Reporter: saqee_kln(a)yahoo.com/ Script: Adib Mohammad/ Camera: Monjur Rahman/ Video Editor: Haroon
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Exclusive: Insurgent Outfit UMLA Speaks Out
Video Volunteers has become the first media organization to get access to the camp of United Minority Liberation Army (UMLA), an armed insurgent group fighting for a separate state in Manipur, North East India. The story was reported by Daniel Mate, a community correspondent trained by Video Volunteers, an organization that enables people from the poorest communities to report on their community issues. The North East of India, where Daniel is from, is home to dozens of tribal groups that are fighting for independence from India. The UMLA represents one of these tribes called Kuki that is willing to stay within India, but wants larger autonomy within the constitution. The leader of the insurgent group agreed to the interview only after he learnt that Daniel was a Kuki and that the interview would be a part of IndiaUnheard -- a program that publishes community stories as they are told. Watch the video here "It's the first time ever that this group has spoken to the media. They chose me because they trusted me. As a member of the same tribe, I understand what he is fighting for. We are a minority tribe and we frequently face ethnic violence from other groups who deny our rights to the land and natural resources of our state. When the insurgents learnt that IndiaUnheard was a program for the oppressed and the marginalized communities, they felt that it was the right forum for them to speak. They said that I would present their views without any prejudice. Their commander agreed to see me and so I was invited to visit their camp and interview him." Sentence on how this is only possible because of community media. More info on the video and the struggle: In an exclusive interview to VV's community correspondent Daniel Mate, the UMLA leader Commander K Khaling tells on camera his outfit's goals, visions and strategies that it follows to achieve that. UMLA is one of the 17 armed member groups of the Kuki National Organization -- an umbrella organization leading an armed struggle against Manipur government for a separate state within the Indian constitution. The interview was obtained by Mate through his sources in the state. It is not known where Khaling lives today and, for his personal security reasons, he wants to keep it that way. For the interview, Mate had to spend 2 days in the rebel camp at a secret location. However, once in the camp, Mate not only met the Commander of the group, but also several other members of the outfit -- both armed and without arms -- and shoot their activities. Khaling-led UMLA, alongside other Kuki militant groups has recently signed a tripartite suspension of armed operations with the state government and the Centre. The militants are now pressing for a political dialogue with New Delhi over its demand for the statehood. Khaling is regarded as a critical force for making the talk a success. During the interview to Video Volunteers, Khaling indicated that he would be willing to grant a longer interview in future and provide more insight into his group's plans. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/C3iJ/
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🚁 Maryland From Above // #GoPro Karma Drone
My first compilation of aerial drone footage captured on the new GoPro Karma Drone and GoPro Hero5 Black. Highlighting various parts of Northeast Maryland. Special thanks to Elk Neck State Park, Turkey Point Lighthouse, Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area, and Maryland Department of Natural Resources! Connect on Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/brent_hagy License this footage at: https://www.pond5.com/collections/2144399-aerial-video-4k My Equipment: GoPro Hero5 Black - http://amzn.to/2DMZ4IH GoPro Karma Grip - http://amzn.to/2Dv8QS6 GoPro Karma Drone - http://amzn.to/2DLvS4V Joby GorillaPod - http://amzn.to/2DO5hnW Sunpak 6630LX Tripod - http://amzn.to/2FRMpoD LG V10 VEGAS Movie Studio 13 Platinum Song: "The Time To Run" by Dexter Britain Please Subscribe, Like, and Comment! #drone #aerial #fly
First Floating Solar Plant of North East India
10.5 kWp floating solar plant, one of its kind, developed in the North eastern state of Assam. The project was inaugurated by Hon'ble Minister of Science and Technology, Water Resources and IT, Sri Keshab Mahanta. The project was support by Assam Energy Development Agency (AEDA) and The Bhurabanda Gaon Panchayat. Floating Solar Plant (FSP) generates clean power on water surface. It has smart benefits such as natural cooling of pv modules by water, aeration system to rejuvenate the oxygen content of the pond (highly beneficial for fisheries), no effect during floods or heavy rains. The plant provides uninterrupted power to 30 households,located in the vicinity of the pond, that were never electrified post 70 years of independence.
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भारत का सबसे खतरनाक राज्य || Nagaland India ka khatarnaak State
भारत का सबसे खतरनाक राज्य ||Nagaland India ka khatarnaak State Watch this video :-https://youtu.be/pfIDnJrt5yw Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. nagaland Nagaland /ˈnɑːɡəlænd/ is a state in Northeast India. It borders the state of Assam to the west, Arunachal Pradesh and part of Assam to the north, Burma to the east, and Manipur to the south. The state capital is Kohima, and the largest city is Dimapur. It has an area of 16,579 square kilometres (6,401 sq mi) with a population of 1,980,602 per the 2011 Census of India, making it one of the smallest states of India.[2] The state is inhabited by 16 tribes — Angami, Ao, Chakhesang, Chang, Kachari, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Kuki, Lotha, Phom, Pochury, Rengma, Sangtam, Sumi, Yimchunger, and Zeme-Liangmai (Zeliang)[3] Each tribe is unique in character with its own distinct customs, language and dress.[4] Two threads common to all are language and religion. English is in predominant use. Nagaland is one of three states in India where the population is mostly Christian.[5][6] Nagaland became the 16th state of India on 1 December 1963. Agriculture is the most important economic activity and the principal crops include rice, corn, millets, pulses, tobacco, oilseeds, sugarcane, potatoes, and fibres. Other significant economic activity includes forestry, tourism, insurance, real estate, and miscellaneous cottage industries. The state has experienced insurgency as well as inter-ethnic conflict since the 1950s. The violence and insecurity have long limited Nagaland's economic development, because it had to commit its scarce resources on law, order, and security.[7][8] In the last 15 years, the state has seen less violence and annual economic growth rates nearing 10% on a compounded basis: one of the fastest in the region.[9] The state is mostly mountainous except those areas bordering Assam valley which comprises 9% of the total area of the state. Mount Saramati is the highest peak at 3,840 metres and its range forms a natural barrier between Nagaland and Burma.[10] It lies between the parallels of 98 and 96 degrees east longitude and 26.6 and 27.4 degrees latitude north. The state is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna. The ancient history of the Nagas is unclear. Tribes migrated at different times, each settling in the northeastern part of present India and establishing their respective sovereign mountain terrains and village-states. There are no records of whether they came from the northern Mongolian region, southeast Asia or southwest China, except that their origins are from the east of India and that historic records show the present-day Naga people settled before the arrival of the Ahoms in 1228 AD.[4][7] The origin of the word 'Naga' is also unclear.[4] A popularly accepted, but controversial, view is that it originated from the Burmese word 'naka' or 'naga', meaning people with earrings. Others suggest it means pierced noses.[11] Both naka and naga are pronounced the same way in Burmese.[12] The ancient name of Nagaland is 'Nakanchi' or 'Naganchi', derived from the Naga language.[13] Before the arrival of European colonialism in South Asia, there had been many wars, persecution and raids from Burma on Naga tribes, Meitei people and others in India's northeast. The invaders came for "head hunting" and to seek wealth and captives from these tribes and ethnic groups. When the British inquired Burmese guides about the people living in northern Himalayas, they were told 'Naka'. This was recorded as 'Naga' and has been in use thereafter.[4][8] With the arrival of British East India Company in the early 19th century, followed by the British Raj, Britain expanded its domain over entire South Asia including the Naga Hills. The first Europeans to enter the hills were Captains Jenkins and Pemberton in 1832. The early contact with the Naga tribes were of suspicion and conflict
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Changing north-East Marshy Land Boi-diversity in Bangladesh : On Diganta TV
Bangladesh has An Enormous Marshy land in the North-Eastern Part. It was a Big Source of natural resources, such as Various Species of Fish, Water of irrigation, Transport Facility, Various kinds of Birds and Trees. But now, these resource are decreasing by man made reason. Reporter: saqee_kln(a)yahoo.com/ Script: Adib Mohammad/ Camera: Monjur Rahman/ Video Editor: Haroon
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