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and bodies are raising concerns about a star chinese play. a pink sway has not been seen in public since she made sexual assault allegations against the top chinese government official. 2 weeks ago, the head of the women's tennis association received an e mail, purporting to be from peng, but he's now questioning it in it. she says she's resting at home and retracts the allegation. steve simon says he's concerned about her safety. ah, dr. a quick check of the top stories they are now as they are hundreds of iraqis who gave up trying to enter the european union had arrived back home. the migrants and refugees had been stranded up the beller roost. poland border and cold and wet conditions. yes, president joe biden was holding his 1st in person meeting with the leaders of canada and mexico in the white house. it's the 1st such gathering of the 3 north american nations in 5 years. they're discussing everything from the kobe 19,
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pandemic trade on climate change. what president biden said, the summit was crucial to tackle the major challenges facing the north. americans are north american vision for the future, draws on our shared strengths, as well as 3 vibrant democracy to dynamic populations in economy. wishing to work together where that we can be, we can meet today, and we can meet all the challenges. we just take the time to speak of one another by working together. and we have to end the pandemic and to take decisive actions to curb the climate crisis. several governments in europe are cracking down on people who haven't been vaccinated against corona virus. it's putting again in the number of countries, including germany, where deaths are also on the rise the canadian province of british columbia under a state of emergency, as torrential rainfall continues. one person's confirmed dead that at least 3
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a missing 18000 p blevins forced to leave their homes in the country's western, most province flooding an landslides of cut off. major roads making transportation of goods difficult one of the 3 men on trial for the shooting. when i'm a black man in the us state of georgia has told a court, he saw him as a threat travers but michael is charged with murder ahmad aubrey. he chased down and shot aubrey as he jogs with the neighbourhood in february last year. and the 3rd day of jury deliberations and the murder trial, col rittenhouse in the u. s. has ended without a verdict. 18 year old written house is charged with shooting protesters, getting 2 people and injuring another during racial justice rallies in wisconsin. last year. he says he acted in self defense is lawyers of asked for a miss trial of the evidence presented by the prosecution. so those were the headlines. the news continues here on al jazeera after earth,
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right. 7, have a drop station. thanks so much frank assessment. what's the point of the un if multilateralism isn't part of indiana, we need somewhere. we're sovereign states can exchange informed opinions. he focus likely to change biking behavioral. it's not going to change their behavior. they're going to continue to do what they do when it's going to be more in trade and less in terms of trying to match this more games mentality. in depth analysis of the days, global headlines inside story on al jazeera, the latest news, as it breaks. it in the brazilian rainforest means these areas are now emitting more carbon dioxide than they're absorbed with detailed coverage country like chile . because if it's geographic conditions has an enormous advantage from around the world. what's happening here is local farming communities using simple methods to solve a complex environmental problem. ah
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with is to send to the surface at the less than 3 percent fresh water. and i said that it's frozen in glassy and some polar ice caps with less than not point one percent readily accessible. the all the planets fresh with the supply, despite resorts under threat completion, with management rising, demand, climate change. ah, if a date is estimated as well, and you have 60 percent of the water,
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it needs black honda to conserve it. ah, commercial van of come to la dak in northern india, where some engineers have come up with some innovative solutions to alleviate what is stress in mountain communities and on the money they enjoyed. while women are taking the water crisis into that have happened, ah, millions of people rely directly on glass, you'll melt. what is this bible to climate change? these reservoirs in the sky, a, disappearing at an alarming rate. some scientists had predicted that by the end of the century, much the him lives can be practically ice free. here in the dark, which experiences only 50 millimeters of annual rainfall,
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glasses have been the light source for centuries. but due to climate change over 14 percent of the local gracie area has been lost in the last 50 years. i'm here to visit and engineers come up with a beautiful and extraordinary way of preserving glacial water. using monuments made of ice in the town of late meet ceiling. do me a local environmental scientist. i understand that you of an expert about climate change and the effects on mountain community. can you give us a sense of some of the challenges that they're facing here in lay them in crisis is that you have and had long legit. is that where we can see our yeah, that's kind of leisure, and that's where it depots, end of the ladder is coming for the near resident. and that glacier is receding at the very fussy and visibly lay has a guest house. and there,
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there drain downward, or like anything if there is no leisure water to reach out a gun water in the 1st that it will be what the glad you will see. people will fighting all the water literally here, literally, the situation is getting would likely be almost a 1000000000 people are affected by shrinking glass use throughout the himalayas and nearby village young farmers are on the front line. san em dormer and phone shook. unsure. could been working here for more than 40 years or so and and thank you so much back actually. ok. so cheers. have you noticed any changes, perhaps with the seasons or with the levels of water or even the low you shooting a position? i longish enough hello. ticklish and something but the cost as they come. i thought
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each other in not had by own come i found was not only mcdonald's, hasn't such, isn't it? how do she tana nothing. mattie viewed e count awful nurse cough was at him cheaper merchant. his color says until the net gallery met by young chick manet mana county myself, which is in the cheap here. and especially here in the region of the dark. the population relies heavily on the in this river. but with the situation getting dramatically worse, local engineers on m, one shook is stepped up to the challenge of helping the villages adapt to these changes in january, february, nobody needs water. so the seems flow and going to the in the us and into the ocean . whereas in april may everybody, all plans, all humans are all dying for water now. and then this acute shortage of
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water. 2 ah. 2 what i but does is by using winter water doing it in the form of life and e mails exactly when they use it. that spring problem is solved using winder water into ice that nelson spring. and then you said the me at the environmental mountain school he founded in 1988, has been refining and teaching his ice stupid concept for the last 2 years. the pipe brings water and then it was down and becomes a sofa. you know, the next 4050 years, the people who will be running this way. and now in schools and colleges, i want to engage them in these you know,
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the ways to be sensitive towards the environment in the mountains. so then could be in safe hands. and before we go to the, i will see a little demonstration of how it is formula. now that i suppose is the mountain. and that bucket there is say the stream from the lake or the sea water comes in the by which is under down. but here you can see and there's pressure in the bite. and then it comes like this. so you can see smaller droplets, which means water is exposed to the minus 3. d minus 30 air loses its heat and freezes. there is no moving, but there is no electricity. yes, gravity, that's the beauty of it. good thing with we're heading up to the ice stoopa is further up in the mountains. first, we have to make a quick strong. oh god. okay. what into
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here? here's these for the ice to put how guys form for this is a kind of bio pies like the skeleton of their stupor if you like. ready to go and give them a hand with my contribution. ah wow. never seen anything like that before.
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this is, i'm no, i understand. you know, it's quite a, it's a bunk is ideas quite as quickly really. a design of the stoopa is critical for his success. he must have a minimal surface area to provide a maximum protection from the sun. this enables it to last long into spring, sometimes up to 4 months. if the same volume of ice was a flat glacier, it would melt within days. while his claim to talk with crampons and ice ex and he's turned on his rope and his is putting them on piece by piece and just adding them to the pile. the prickly buck thorn is added all the way to the top of the stoopa. the water catches on to the thorns making it easy to crystallize in the cold weather. and when you see the size of it,
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even the understand how that could have a significant impact for irrigation. what you reckon the volume of water is there to 1000000 leaders to turn in the bottom of that come really in the heart of the ice. deeper is this large plate. that's the one, is channeling the melt water down from the glazier up on the mountain coming down to the base of that pipe and because that head of pressures forcing it 15 or 20 me is up at the edge. and to sprinkling gutierrez structure, we spook lynette. lambs. vision isn't just about a handful of ice to put in one ment. village. hundreds of protecting the entire himalayas in helping irrigate fields in forest. lou,
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$5000.00 trees retracted in 2015 and irrigated each spring with the water harvested from the ice to bush. he's already won global recognition for this project. what's the future for these guys where this is going in? the next is, i think, going into different directions, lower and lower towards the people in the villages, higher and higher towards the highest parts of the valley where you can grow many of them chains of them. so our hope is we could legally hear what we have lost do by dying and adapt to changing climate. so we've just lost the sun over the hill. it's getting cold very quickly. but we've got a plan because stands in intimacy, and they've brought some pref legs to tie up on to the top of these 2, i stupid, and we'll get a sense to more morning how effective they are creating is amazing. instructed
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me, the water in the plate is released overnight when temperatures, which minus 20 minus 30 degrees, i slowly building up these structures until they reach heights of 60 or 70 feet. mm. yeah. if i care oil rig sagging struck oil, but if drug boy, ah, the next morning i returned to the stupidest to see the changes this happened overnight. mm. well, oh mac that. that is fantastic, isn't it? it goosey i want to came up with. i don't know if that's a good idea. let's see. by get stuck. could have made quite
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a nice addition to the scope of just thinking they're going to come back tomorrow and flaming into bear in mind, the whole reason that they're doing this is to try and conserve that. when to melt was just like a kind of water battery, they charge you up in the winter months in the spring i. we are losing our glaciers. for no far life would not have been possible at all in this, as it had not been for the glacier because they had miss lays water from tens of thousands of years ago able to survive. and if they are gone, we will be done. and it will be real that with no light people in big city, if they live simply than people in the mountains, but simply live and the sooner or later it could come to their own
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doorstep. so we should be sensitive to see the 1st fine and men are ways ah, around the world sources of fresh water. dwindling and drought is spreading. the investment bank, goldman sachs withhold will to the petroleum of the next century. yet it's already fueling tension on the industry. the system you down is built by india, a seen by rival pakistan. it's a threat to national security in india. anger boiled over in bengal our route in 2016 when the supreme court due to the state of connecticut to release water in the recovery into terminal due and waters become a weapon of war in iraq and syria. by 2025 to 3rd, the world's population could be living with water shortage. conflict type of water
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may be closer and thank them with jordan is one of the dries countries in the world with a capita that almost anywhere else on climate change, population growth and politics of foot and already strained water supply under fed streaming with the country. recently suffering from its west trout and 900 years, it is now estimated to only have enough water was us to support 2000000 people. it has a population of over 6000000 with faulty pipes and plumbing contributing to the crisis . i'm here to visit scheme, which is putting women at the heart efforts to combat this growing issue. he's eating water is severely rations in georgia and i, me to water expert,
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talk to rides. and to be one of the wells in my family where people come to buy more water. so this is where people come when they run out of water. yes, this is the men, will you hear the gondo? so these guys, are they gonna sell the water to people or is this for them? are they buying it now? yeah, yeah. monica gladys of the products on it and my all my love at blue jones. i believe i bought this new lenders to fin feminist. asked him to bring the water or them or fin feminists, or do what we do is 6020 little which is equal to show a fine on average of someone else in the world. this is well below the threshold, defining go to stress and it's due to draw further in the coming normal people one
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out. and then you can jordan or we live with. why is the situation so bad with designing the serious mobility issues when it comes to worth of share? kind of thought, i'll talk, i think personally the coming gordon that it would be about 40. according to one study, the king to the supply of fresh water is on tracks to be exhausted. as early as 2060, to make matters worse, around 50 percent of the war to distributed to houses across the country is lost through illegal tapping and faulty pipes. but a practical solution to these will to issues has been developed in collaboration with the jordanian government. it's known as the war to wise women's initiative. this course teaches women war to saving techniques and plumbing skills and is supervised by ex graduates. ah reg, lady, the main talk, what happens as a full t top go the parts of the top need to come out in order. so then they can go back
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in order to say, diploma, can check them one by one. mm. astonishingly. the total loss to leakage is at least 76000000000 meters. enough to by the needs is 2600000 people attaching the inlet into the tap and i got to make sure it's very secure. okay, 1st time enough. okay, good. a good title and so what made you want to go and of course i know yet it might have been a bit been with. ringback women are specifically being trained because in traditional middle eastern culture, the husband must be present for a male comic from visit or being able to fix the problem themselves and it saves them both time and fighter water. $3000.00 women around the country landing from
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the scheme. this initiative is making a big difference in . ready some of the quantified or twice women got a job fixing the plumbing to let them off. and i've been invited to join a piece of metal broken at the time. and if you have any to the water. so they've got to make sure that every drop of nominated water about the time for they refill it with much more how long have you been a from a been so by the 1015. i love it because it's really, really helpful. if you can save something really expensive to us, if the wasn't yeah. oh, what about the amount of the most is just checking that everything's done. i i really kid. no you ladies know what to take on the refill. signed off. it's time to head inside to complete the
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job. so i basically in the abolition room where people come in and perform late, they wash before they pray. and the lady is going to show me how to attach these 2, the and they don't waste is much water, helps conserve water because it's small. it's hard tool. yeah. you have to focus. oh god, last night i failed that. the 1st had of my embarrassing when you go to people's houses and sometimes you find maybe some men who kind of don't like that as a female plumber come to their home. what do you say? by j h i s and the see if we can do it or not, just give us a chance when they see a we are lydia self confidence with this. they look at us like, oh my god, maybe she can do it. how okay, let's see. wow. yeah, i was like, oh no, i haven't done it very well. is leaking from the top. so yeah,
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i is not okay. i think i need to stop now and let professionals take over the work the water wise women aren't doing is even more important now considering the impact the war in neighboring syriac is having on jordan around 2000000 refugees are being hosted in the country, increasing the weight of groundwater depletion just 15 miles from my friend is saturday, refugee camp is huge. like a little city less $80000.00. so in your future living have just bring an incredible strain on jordan's or supply getting water to the people living here is a massive logistical operation, carefully controlled with no pipe network. 58 trucks like this one distributed daily to 12000 times in the can. almost getting full when the water ones out
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that's it took me got to point of view. we have a bunker counter that is not been resides effect. so it's like we are we throwing every new weird, napoleon in showing the syrians managed that war to russians is vital. i shop shop is one of the camps water promoters, educating the refugees on how best to conserve their water. like the water here for georgia, anita, and the quantity. it's so small, so they need like an awareness session for them to improve the use it for the water . these awareness sessions to help refugees cope with limited supplies are held here daily. i know it doesn't al, you're more than welcome. while i la vehicle air have been amen. does the an old war that she the selection might be a little higher? and now if he can me, hawaii and eloquent fee, that was e r e fema had the that let those the he camila will thought if he comes with that,
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this is women here. sure out from over because they are the live litzy, the corner, one, the family, the odd. as was before, everything. that the best way to manage their war to russian is vital for these women. i did my act, me postpone better. that is what i mean. it's great, it's really good the what they're doing here, then i find to kind of reinforce message of how it is and how, how much we need to conserve it. ah, 0 one refugee has been on the war to wise women's course. i me talk with suffer secaria, who was now one of the initiatives most successful women. she set up her own business and employs 5 other female thomas. not an as you to the some i normally in next year need give. i know when my as eats and know it. so the as you dont when am i because of the my you the a mentor, musty, ha, ha, ha, murphy, white,
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the needle. this was a tele and our susie lo love, the idea easiest to home. i know mama know so like as of right now, so with the meal and both of those what education is essential. no less lead off and muffled in miami, kofi y e. kathy laska off here in the past. i wasn't been away. hon and, and i mean lunch like acoya m by that i'm how again younger. mm hm. ah ah, it's clear that water shoot is across the globe a driving people to find creative and sustainable solutions. ah, new designs such as this mesh like structure with european converting edge of pits to drinking and other devices and looking to the power of the sun to help. so
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water issues in countries like equity and gone into the on to my horses are addressed waters gas t will continue to spread its innovations like these provide hope that we can adapt in the meantime. oh, the world's pollinators are in decline. in this episode of arthritis, we meet entomologists on opposite sides of the planet. protecting insects of all sizes, crucial to preserving food chains. i've come to the u. k. to see how old industrial sites are being turned into bug reserves in an attempt to reverse this warring trend, hiking and sec to get on on al jazeera ah
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and a african narrative. mm. from african perspective. i knew series of short documentaries, by african filmmakers from across the continent. this is when really get committed to handle the african direct. coming soon on al jazeera big, china has been very strategic in the way to expanding a sweet indian ocean. what is it? and we bring you the stories and of an apprentice that a rapidly changing the world we live in without being national aid. what do you think is going to happen? the afghani common counting the coast on al jazeera. that in america is
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a region of wonder of joy tragedy. and yes, of violet. but it doesn't matter where you are. you have to be able to relate to the human condition with no country is alike. and it's my job to shed light on how and why. oh, hundreds of iraqis are flown home from bella luce giving up hope of starting a new life in europe. ah, hello, i'm down. jordan, this is al jazeera la you from dell also coming up. yes, president joe biden house, his northern and southern neighbors at the white house. the 1st summit between north american leaders in years as another wave of corona virus sweeps, europe,
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