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130 not contents 60. on tuesday evening, the upper chamber of the british parliament, the house of lords voted to return the amendment to impeach in the commons. the government has also indicated equal strength of the environment bill with its own amendments targeting sewage leaks. it means the issue will keep on causing us think in british politics for a while to come, will reach helen's how to 0 london. ah, i'm how them are hitting with the headlines own al jazeera, a committee of brazilian senators as voted to recommend criminal charges against the countries president for his handling of the pandemic. the attorney general now has 30 days to decide if jaya balsam arrow should face charges, including crimes against humanity will in $600000.00 people have died from corona virus in brazil. warnock in our care of is following the story from they bring
argentina. this damning report was approved. ah sir, ah, and they will be sending it now to the attorney general. and the attorney general, who was appointed by president a bull sonata and may be biased towards him, has 30 days to give a response. he has to say whether he accepts the charges or not. there 9 charges in total. the most serious of them is on for the present being accused of crimes against humanity. sedans, military jointer has made more arrests following mondays, qu, processed against the qu, have continued late into the night, but the military leader says he had to seize power to avoid a civil war. us secretary of state anthony blinkin has spoken of dela 100 sit on the pool, was prime minister. he was detained on monday, but has not moved back to his residence in iraq. at least 11 people had been killed
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sustainable food production is one of the greatest challenges for the future. with global demand for food set to increased by nearly 70 percent by 2050 agriculture is one of the most polluting and ecologically damaging industries if we want to keep food on the table without continuing to ravage our natural environment, we need to completely rethink how our food industries work. i'm russell bid and finland were one restaurant is championing a hyper local circular economy. to create a revolutionary approach to dining, i must left for in yo interstate why scientists are combating jellyfish plumes by taking them out to see an onto a plane and developed countries like finland. it's hard to imagine that we're in the thick of
a global food crisis. these helsinki shelves, us back to the hill with a wide variety of tasty treats bear salami. oh, but what's the true cost of all this choice to are increasingly beleaguered planet reindeer spring roll? a global foot system is incredibly wasteful. b is huge amounts of energy, water, and land to grow food and fly thousands of miles around the world. i mean, for much of it to remain on it. it's incredibly inefficient and balanced operation or of or post. i don't know if my pronunciations quite reckoning on whatever problems corvell course. ok. so you've been having a dig around to see if we can get some statistics about the amount of food that is wasted. so she imagined this pooler bread is total food produced in the world. last 10 percent during cultivation, several percent is lost after the harvest. 12 percent, which is lost during processing or point of sale. and another 11 percent is lost
after has been purchased. i means in total, over a 3rd in the food will produce, wade is wasted. just thrown away. as best something shocking to me with a growing movement of pioneers are taking steps to fix this global problem. this is ultima. a 5 star restaurant aims to be the model of sustainability. all the ingredients are local and all the processes are designed to do is little damage to the planet as possible, eliminating all the polluting effects of industrial agriculture. is the brainchild of chef henry allen. for the uninitiated, can you explain a little bit about what ultimate is and why, why you set it all started when me and my colleague told me guys, we were taking the bins out and we were thinking like, how can we make this much waste? how could we do with the things better for the environment for the customer?
and that is our biggest ambition. one way to do that is by going hype a local. in other words, by growing ingredients right here in the restaurant, i've seen fun before, but never in a restaurant to say this is great. the main thing about the system is hydroponics wasn't circulate. from up here, the plant fakes always the water only from the roots. ok, it's 95 percent less water than the conventional farming. the best thing for me in this idea is that we can cut the fresh herbs just before the service of every day. there is minimum wage or new taste it. it's very sweet and from the seat to fully grown in the system one week. totally organic or no 1st decides, now fertilizers, nothing. ultima is based on the principles of circular economics where waste is
seen as a resource. this approach minimizes the need for transport, water and energy, and the even formed livestock on site. edible carbon neutral crickets, though and the lights. yes. you know, are the either case in the light pull to my server over 1000 crickets each week in there, 5 star dishes with cricket larvae growing into fully grown adults within 2 months. this is the bigger home. oh hello. yes, crickets. so can you give us a sense of how these little craters fit into this notion of a circular economy? we can use all the stems of the sellers or the pills of a cucumber if we are feed them one week with basal lives where they will test more like baseline now. and that's where we don't have to throw anything away because they eat almost anything. henry's mission is fundamentally about changing our
attitude to the food we eat and preparing us for a future where it meets like beef may not be so readily available. 100 gram off her crickets. it's a 22 grams of pure protein. take 99 percent less water and growing a beef. ah, so their carbon footprint is it's like nothing. henry is also trialing a protein rich. i'll gain the ideas a so innovative, they're being seen as the future of food production on this world and beyond. this is cost of this is also the one thing that nasa is interested about. nasa, the space agency. yeah. wireless sky. it's a take some space st. potatoes. yeah. i saw this cold air upon it. so it grove in the air. hello. yeah. now that is something you don't see every day it is wet. yes, it is in the air, but it is still kept moist. yes. but this where you don't really need. and he saw
the benefits about this is it can produce 10 times more potatoes than a traditional way. so this is, this is for real for you guys. this is not just a kind of a marketing study. we don't have to be millionaires we, we just need to, you know, rove things forward. make people think we're talking about, you know, for security to certification, climate change, big issues, they really care with the stuff. and i'm on board. and i really had seen football later on henry's invitation, i'll be cooking dinner here. ready but 1st i travel just one hour down the road to see if these principles of circular economics can work on a much larger industrial scale. it's always a way, but let's say for scooters. griffith, farm and on scale is exactly no. all right. do you need
a license for the is there breaks here at robbie's farm, actor turned farmer, robert. judas also has a vertical farm, but this one is on another level. oh man. oh, oh. lisa jack is a different season, in se disney, so it's like a herb safari. what we got means, vassal again, some coriander. i respected you to have how kind of a glass. so this is entirely electric ellie de la, if no, no sunlight used the toe, the console to wire men create a more efficient growth. and a much higher yield. is it much waste from an operation like this? we grow in a, in a biodegradable pot. so we have no plastics inside the, the growth area anymore. everything is biodegradable. robert's goal is to prove that these hypoth sustainable techniques could one day be rolled out in every city and town in the world. transporting this leaves sundays,
feet on this spot around the world is not that clever. it should always be produced locally and consume broke locally. well, i love that rather than taking the food to the plate, you're taking a farm to, to the, to the clock and close to display of your on pill. yeah. you can see that they're constantly working on improving the efficiency of the whole operation. even this isn't truly waste because it's going to get composted and used on the farm that said, they're reconceptualize thing, the concept of waste, of my way back to ultima. henry's asked me to pick up some supplies for tonight's dinner service 1st. and i wonder if i've come to the right place i, are you doing what you do now? here? we're growing mushrooms. we're growing oyster mushrooms on coffee wished finished. people are crazy about mushrooms and they drink a lot of coffee and absolutely j back that,
that is an absolute perfect space. these are, these are ready to harvest. there will be harvested today. actually, we don't wanna hold you up. we'd love to give you a hand creases. team collect, use coffee, groans from businesses across helsinki. the grounds provide all the nutrients, mushrooms need to explode into light. oh, my father. glad. i that is amazing. you can just grab the whole cluster and then twist it until it comes off. like there you go. that's so nancy eating it. we have um, the consumer product are we call it a healthy, any grow kit and best basically, you see it's the same as we have in our farm, but this is so that people can grow it at home. if you're a normal coffee drinker, you can, you can make do with your own coffee grants. i can imagine being quite magical to watch these incredible kind of creatures emerging. yeah. here in finland there's now quite active community of,
of home growers. encouraging consumers to grow food at home is the kind of strategy that will reduce our dependence on industrial agriculture. chris's team of sold 3000 of their kits and even run workshops to teach people had to grow fantastic funding. all right, so we've done a harvesting. we got our mushrooms back the restaurant going to come up so was to her, ready to go? i ready for group. i can take the friggin. oh my god, what have you done? we've got the salad, greens, and herbs which are going over there. yeah. we got the crickets which grown up there and the mushrooms, which about half hour away. yeah. i thought i'm so pretty local. it's about lucas,
that i can get, you know, i mean, i'm gonna fish out one of these little guys. yeah. i can take the prickly little legs if i tell you what i think it's super sophisticated to really nice protein credit. yeah. yeah. really. thank you very much here so much with it. these ideas can go mainstream is what they want. whether it's, you know, the circular economy or the hyper local production, or just the kind of general transpired fee of the operation could start to see a globalized pieces in that is in the world and reducing her environment, impact, and absolutely the world's growing demand for food is pressing ever increasing pressure on natural resources. the waste campaign, as believe, our environment may be close to breaking point. food is the single biggest impact that humans have on nature. we are deforest, india,
to grow more food is by far the biggest user fresh water. the single biggest source of carbon dioxide emissions. and the biggest reason why we're in the middle of the mass species extinction about the sick that plan earth has faced least a 3rd of the world's food is currently being wasted. we're talking about ugly fruit and vegetables on farms being wasted because they don't comply with cosmetic standards. we're talking about huge heaving shopping aisles, the food, which is just gonna end up in the supermarket bins. and the reason why they're there is because the suit market know that's what triggers are response of taking and filling our bhaskar. even though week after week on average, people are wasting 20 percent of the groceries that they're buying in those stores . it's a system with entrenched waste with m it, we do have the powers individuals to waste less shift away from most ecological destructive practices. that should give us hope that we can flip this enormous
problem into one of the most delicious tools to tackle environmental milner m aah! with over 7500 kilometers of kirstein. italy has relied on the boundary of the sea for thousands of years. ah, but hidden beneath these as your waters, an environmental catastrophe may be underway. i'm a cedar for renewal, and i've been a chef and food writer for nearly 30 years. italian cuisine is one of my passions. so when i heard it's these fishing waters were under threat, i just had to investigate. i'm here in southern italy. we're italians are facing a rather stinging problem. lou jellyfish numbers are up by 400 percent in the last 13 years alone, with the tentacle terrorists swamping the coastline and damaging the delicate
marine ecosystem. but sometimes one problem can solve another i've come to let j to find out how jellyfish could help alleviate the impending food crisis. i becoming an ingredient in the italian kitchen. first though i've met with marine biologist, dr. stefano frayjana, who is researching the rise and jellyfish numbers. there is a scientific evidence that there are some increasing, particularly in causal arial, subject to anthropogenic input. so human impacts on the, on the call sir. my producer, an announcement of the frequency and munos from charlotte fish. dr. stephanie was referred to as the jess jellyfish. numbers are booming due to a variety of manmade factors. artificial waterways like this. so as canal which connects the red sea to the mediterranean are transporting new jellyfish. species
here in climate change is enabling these newcomers to survive with some of the temperatures in the med rising by 1.15 degrees c in the last 3 decades. about is the problem. stephanie ecological impacts of jellyfish is equivalent to 2 lions from the savannah. they are top or the doors, so they kind of have an impact on the functioning of day marine ecosystem some cases. so we have larger fisher wish loom suit to reach dance with his life up to $300.00 or $400.00 pounds per square kilometers along the coastline. so these were the factor, particularly human activities, like swimming on the, along the calls or fishery and even aquaculture plants may be affected because in some cases the animal show the fish can kill 100 thousands of fish. in a few days, these blooms are hitting local fishing industries. hard is estimated that in the
north adriatic they cost the italian fishing fleet, $8500000.00 euro. yeah, stefano said me not to the aquarium of genuine to discover how the creek test unique reproductive process is really compounding the problem. the baby family now vivian, the maybe deadly fish curator. soviet lever on is breeding thousands of jelly fish. this little she doesn't know about these potent pulsing creatures. why are the jellyfish so efficient reproducing? they are doing that to relieve their a huge, a quantity of sperm and egg. they fertilize. and in this step, we have plenty of love them or these tango on the bottom of the sea. he sets it on the bottom and became a poly each ball. if the relieved after division are a very big number of done, if it is the rule that the apparently in the fi, jellyfish are so prolific, it breeding to single adult can lay up to 45000 eggs
a day. these ancient invertebrates have existed since before the dinosaurs and they inhabit every ocean on a jellyfish swarms of decimated irish salmon. fisheries, and hit the tourist industry of australia. but one beat saw 13000 bathers get stung in a single week back and let j. i've heard that a research project is close to a breakthrough. it's called go jelly. this is our latham. talked to antonia leoni and her colleagues aim to show food, say, to authorities. that jellyfish are a safe, plentiful food source. but serving poisonous jellyfish makes me a little nervous. are they all safe to eat? no, no. we're with the star the. it just feels this some because it just bear with good a. the different toxic compound. the each jellyfish you will measure. yes,
we measure and the way that that doctor, we brought her in the liquid, the nitro, john. yeah. in order to extract different then on that is them jellyfish that could be laid out for a yeoman and jellyfish that are really say, dr. antoinette less research shows that most mediterranean jellyfish are perfectly safe to eat with just a small number needing toxins or moved through freezing or simply by washing. it's giving me hope that this could be a genuine food for the future. what are the other challenges that you face in the euro? a jellyfish is consider at and i think they know andra. this could be change of the eat her. our star is the most threat that they are a very power, fuller, or a source of food. them could be important for a local fisherman, local law restaurants or for local economy in
mm. if jellyfish me goes mainstream here, it could help re balance marine ecosystems and rated had in water office gelatinous manager. mm hm. and with 80 percent protein and just 5 percent fat, it could also become a highly prized alternative to me. a farming nice stock is responsible for up to 14.5 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. so eating jelly fish as a substitute could help reduce the very global warming that causes subgroups that already popular in back to the far east. but right now they can't legally be sold as food anywhere in europe. so and to know that has provided some jelly fish and sent me to go jellies, collaborating, share fab yano viva. oh gee,
can we cook with the database? ok, go now. carmella devil? adela? yeah, yeah, yeah. so this is 2 different spaces of jelly. fish this brow is by a for to roll. oh, not much. there's only cold treat the most tend to jelly patient for piano aims to cook it slowly, but 1st we wash it in an ice bar. leasing when sure it doesn't lose the taste of the sea. her piano avoids all seasoning or salt, nor pepper only oil. okay, so we're cooking the soviet, which is in the water. why did you decide to work with go jelly? are you able to plug it in? all yeah. like i said lag lee. exactly in. oh yeah. when the jellyfish comes out of the so b, it's finished off in the oven. the piano her has the vision for the future. and for
me, that is truly, truly exciting. fusing traditional italian cooking with striking martin ingredients far beyond oak is to serve the jellyfish with spears of campari gin and parsley on the bed of italian leaves. we have it is. it looks like a doom is time for me to use for pianos creation and the go jelly team has joined us to see the results for themselves. good, truly magnificent boy. i love it. i don't like it. lovely. i love it. to. let's see that it really, a fabulous jellyfish is delicious with a very light sea food taste and texture similar to calamari, but it jelly fish ok to make it on to dinner plates across the world. the public will have to fall in love with it. i tried to describe what the teams in this food
the you can find the some of the things that people are looking now saw no far too low calories and also a good taste. the saw you had all the ingredients to follow the food, to be appreciated. the by to cast, ah, i feel privileged to try jelly fish. this has given me a taste of what the future might hold. if we all get on board and fry that new food, then we might have a time of redressing the damage that we have done to our ocean food pioneers around the world, a planning the diets of the future globally, over a quarter of ice free land is used for grazing animals causing enormous habitat
damage. but a california company may have a solution. the impossible burger. aside based meet substitutes that looks and tastes just like the real thing. meanwhile, in israel scientists, the farming mediterranean fruit flies as a source of protein. using 99 percent left land and omitting just 170th of the greenhouse gases, generated when raising regular light, stock, and in use produces are making insects more palatable to western tastes by coating them and chocolates. time is running out to halt the food industry's environmental destruction. the challenge for us, oh, is wherever possible to eat with a planet in mines and to choose our menus wisely, to help prevent the decline of our natural world.
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