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make up your own mind. for minds. this is deja vu news live from berlin russia wraps up its crackdown on political opposition critics arrest more than a 1000 people rally in support of jailed and critic alexina filmy die in health and the 3rd week of a hunger strike coming out. just a day after the derek shogun conviction in minneapolis mourners paid tribute to
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dante wright another black cat doctor's life at the hands of u.s. . and japanese parliament causes a new bill lockdown to contain a 3rd place on. the health minister says the situation is extremely serious. and really mohamad welcome to the program rights groups say more than a 1000 protesters were detained by police in around 50 cities across russia the demonstrators are calling for the release of jailed opposition leader alexei novelli and follows president vladimir putin's annual state of the nation address. a forceful message delivered on a grand stage at his annual state of the nation address russian president vladimir putin warned western powers not to meddle in moscow's affairs. we're just
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beginning you must we really don't want to burn any bridges. but if some mistake are good intentions for indifference or weakness and intend to burn or even blow up those bridges themselves. russia's response will be even more forceful quick and tough. in recent weeks russia has been building up its military presence on the ukrainian border and in crimea pouring fuel on a simmering territorial conflict between ukraine forces and russian backed separatists this escalation was met with condemnation from abroad. but as he delivered his warning to the west was facing headwinds at home across the country people gathered to protest that news of the deteriorating health of imprisoned opposition leader alexina valley. heavy police presence was supposed to deter those
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protests like he ate in a valley was snatched from the street in moscow and locked in a police van on the grounds of the interior ministry. yes there's this just it's just it's i think that everything that is happening is to scare all the other people quite i was literally detained for the thought of showing up at the rally. so i will be detained until the late evening in this police found. but you know perfectly well what you should do. that you shouldn't be afraid to let. those these buildings get at you but yet said. the crackdown could not prevent protests even in far flung parts of the country like here in the remote siberian city of houla o'dea . and i promise i came here on purpose to raise my voice against future and ongoing repressions he said 3 against the killing of alexina valley in jail. against having many political prisoners.
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disappear. the rallies were met with mass arrests. that did not stop thousands from gathering in moscow as night fell. brute force has not caused dissent in russia just yet but i believe that your child. oh man fred weber is the leader of the center right european people's party at the european parliament he says they will be consequences for russia what we can do is to show. me a putin and to his whole system how high the price could be if things went in will be going a wrong direction that is what we have to show and that's why for me it's clear if any. really hopefully not but if this really will happen that he will die then i think for example that north stream 2 cannot be finished can it be finalized as
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approach we have to tell putting the price is high please respect international obligations and rules. to the us now where mourners have been paying tribute to dante writes the 20 year old black man shot and killed by police earlier this month wright was killed during a traffic stop at minneapolis on april 11th the officer who shot him has been charged with manslaughter the memorial service is taking place a day after a jury convicted former police officer derek chauvet full of murdering another black and aptness resident george floyd last may. well earlier i spoke to stefan simons who is following developments for us and happiness but today was a day of pure emotion after the verdict was announced and 3 guilty verdicts are. there showing was found guilty on all 3 counts today is
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a more somber mood no having said that of course people are still coming here to george floyd's so-called george white square and pay their respects to this memorial there ever acted here and we have seen it many many times but for the majority of the black community here in this neighborhood as well as all over minneapolis probably all of the nation this is a day where they take stock say ok what happened yesterday was a good thing it was a good 1st step for what they expect to come and that is change real change real reform in what policing is in the united states and what racial equality in the justice system means and this speaking of change tell us more about the justice department opening an investigation into the police department there. the federal government is taking 1st steps to take this to another level the department of justice has announced that they will be looking investigating the
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minneapolis police department people we talked to here it welcomed that all the way through say it is about time that somebody does this the d.o.j. the problem of justice in washington will look at how the measures and procedures processes of the minneapolis police department measure actually out when it comes to justice to not profiling to disproportionate use of force and that means 2 things a the minneapolis police department is now under pressure may have some say in trouble they want to cooperate they will cooperate so they have no other chance that also means that the federal government is really seeing this as a watershed moment you where they can push it forwards meaning they can really work on real change what policing means in the us ok and it's very briefly how similar is the case of dante right to the one who torched floyd. i can show you
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this that explains everything if you look down here this little tiny memorial just little circle justice for dante right this is exactly how it started the year go about a few days later for george floyd and this circle is the beginning for what everybody says here will be the same procedures they did with even if the case is very different of course details are different but another young black man shot in a traffic stop whatever the details are it is about disproportionate or appropriate use of force by police and they don't seem to have this year. a real good handle on this and that's why this little circle is here and will probably also become a big one right i mean thank you so much. let's take a look at other stories making headlines around the world the search operation is underway for a missing indonesian navy submarine with 53 crew on board contact was lost with the
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submarine on wednesday as it was conducting a drill off the island of bali australia and singapore have deployed ships to support the search at least 4 people have been killed and several injured in a bomb explosion outside a luxury hotel in the pakistani city of quit the hotel was hosting the chinese ambassador who was not present at the time of the blast no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. the son of chad's assassinated president has addressed the nation since assuming power my might it just every said his military council would ensure democratic elections are held in 18 months opposition parties are calling the military takeover who rebel groups want they plan too much on the capital. and spain's prime minister has pledged to give up around 10 percent of his country's coronavirus vaccines to that's an american and caribbean states after
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treating half of spain's population petra sanchez address leaders at the barrow american summit where some accused rich countries of hoarding acts. of germany's parliament has passed a new law that will impose coronavirus lockdowns on areas with high infection rates it ends a patchwork approach to tackling the pandemic by germany 16 federal states opinion polls show majority of the population approve the move but a very loud and visible minority does not. chancellor angela merkel campaigned long and hard for the new legislation but on wednesday she let others take the floor there was heated debate down to the very last moment opposition parties such as the right wing populist a.f.d. try to have the vote removed from their agenda drawing harsh criticism from the coalition government. that is going as it's even if there's no law then there will
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be no emergency measures and if there are no measures people will get sick and die and the fact that they are now clapping reveals the true hideous nature of this party and even door to door to start the business friendly f.t.p. say they'll challenge the law in the courts. and by that i want to add this there is no scientific evidence which proves that curfews prevent the spread of the virus and to just hope that they will actually make a difference is not enough to justify such a serious infringement on citizens' fundamental rights. every bigoted want to text i give so much tragedy but in the end the majority of parliamentarians voted in favor of amending the infection protection act. the changes affect all cities and districts registering more than 100 cases per 100000 residents over a week and nighttime curfew will be imposed from 10 pm until 5 am contact will be limited for residents from one household to just one other person when the 7 day
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incidence rate exceeds $165.00 schools and shops will be closed currently most cities and districts are seeing infection rates well above these figures meaning the changes will take effect almost immediately surveys show that a majority of people in germany approve of the measures many are in favor of even tougher measures but that didn't stop a minority from taking to the streets around 8000 demonstrators gathered outside parliament to protest what they see as an unjustified attack on their constitutional rights they now hope that the new law will be stopped either by the 2nd chamber of parliament the bonus hot or the courts. to football now and the wrap up of the midweek bundesliga match they saw dortmund hosting. with just a month left in the season dortmund need every when they can get to make it to the top 4 for a champion stakes thought. dortmund as usual turned to the youngsters with their
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champions league qualification hopes hanging by a thread their opponents in yawn were also chasing a european spot and it was they who almost got off to a flying start with just 13 seconds on the clock marcus inverts and cold a shot against the crossbar an early let off for dortmund but the hosts grew into the game to organize are fed marker royce and the captain should have put dormant ahead but his short runs promise league wide. royce made amends though in the 25th minute when he won a penalty this seemed to be little contact from keeper router and although he saved holland's spot kick royce followed up and bundled the polish of it's a pill to swallow for the visitors who thought the penalty was harsh and almost managed to clear their lines. in the 2nd half they went agonizingly close to equalising when max cruisers free kick can and off the post replays showed dortmund
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keeper marvin hits got a feather light touch on the ball to turn it on to the post and keep his side ahead . with time ticking away dortmund made the win safe with only roughage counter-attack rafael guerrero doubled his side's lead with a smart finish pass the stubborn loser. george burns more experienced stars delivered a 2 no when he gives them a fighting chance of making the top 4. and volt 3rd place needed a win to stay ahead of frankfurt's in the bundesliga standings and they got it out so it got full burke was up a goal then in the 29th minute when about that course took advantage of the central palms to manage his 20th goal of the season right between the goal. that puts make last 4 in the leak and scoring goals went on to
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a 31 win. and you're watching the news live from but it up next is our documentary series looking at efforts to revive aftertax of europe's far east you can also fight much more news analysis and take you on a website that's. our regular mohammed thank you for watching i'll see you soon take care. to. you you mean the only years we've shown you and how last year's general sonce now waiting for news on going to a magical and you never would have been surprised to so it was just a simple who is magical really what moves and want somebody who talks or people who follow along the way maurice and critics alike join us from eccles law stops.
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forests provide us with raw materials enhanced biological diversity and to help protect the climate but our forests are at risk. they're threatened by climate change and are ruthlessly exploited by industry and illegal logging. but some foresters and activists who want to preserve our woodlands are taking a different approach. the city of new back in northwestern germany has owned a communal forest for hundreds of years for the past 3 decades the forest has been maintained using what's called a close to meter approach it's a departure from what has become standard forestry practice in germany but forster
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cannot storm is making it work. what we do differently we have a lot of patience and let nature take its course when you try to speed things up and make everything grow bigger taller baster the local ecosystem suffers that's exactly what foresters are doing this is gold their goal is to have trees grow as quickly as possible so that they can harvest as much wood as possible in the shortest amount of time. trying to wood storm believes that nature knows best is a protest to tractors but he gets results the trees here are largely free of bark beetles and there's little damage due to drought in other places large areas of woodland have been clear cut due to be told infestations humam yes they are making the same mistake they made in 1900 and in the years after the storms we trying to get rid of capsize trees and get everything growing again as quickly as possible but any time
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you remove a tree if you get more sun shining in then you're vulnerable to wood boring beetles you created the problem yourself managing the forest that way leads to infestations and it's pointless where there's an infestation you won't earn a thing you can stand for the. in the loopback forest the small handful of dead trees that were infested by bark beetles aren't felt canoe charms colleague your best go explains. these are tunnels and chambers made by beetles but the beatles are long gone beast trees pose no threat to the forest they're useful there are good bugs in there that's when you're good but because like insects that prey on bark beetles if as when we have problems with box beetles we try to find the trees with fresh infestations work on those we remove but the ones need by
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a left standing that way we don't have any gaps on incarceration. there aren't many trees with an active bark beetle infestation in this forest. the 2 foresters are searching near a fallen tree. the dog lena helps. it's possible that some beetles have landed on a nearby cherry let's come on. one sign is when there's resin flowing out. but we can't say for sure and usually would be a bit further out so we'd have to take the tray down my says have either a woman who was in a bar mitzvah should we do. so and i'm mr hog and my stays coming with a chainsaw and we'll take a look over every stone. the trees here are ready for market and would have been felled anyway it's a good opportunity to see if there are bark beetles here.
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go i was one of. the 2 foresters head over to take a look but don't find any signs of bark beetles is that. they are. thinking the. same among the chicks 5 metres further up there are no bottles down here no tunnels nothing on. those trays of it if we checked them we'd find tunnels under the box from old infestations from his yeah that's what we were looking for but the woodpeckers probably finish them off at the space to trip. when they do find a park beetles they treat the trees right away. of them become from what we hear we don't use chemicals or anything like that we strip off the bark. they meet and greet between the park in the wood so removing the bark destroys their breeding
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ground so stewart. many other forestry outfits treat the felled trees with pesticides to kill the larvae in this forest dead trees that were once infested our term is a border the those trees that you see over there would be cut down by most any other forestry operation in germany we leave them standing because they still provide shade and when they do fall on their. own they supply what's called course woody debris even when it's fairly dry this here is like a sponge. so when it gets really hot and sunny this degree helps keep things cool. that's why forests are basically nature's refrigerators. this woody debris is very important a lot of it especially during hot and dry spells through the book to into the. the decaying wood is also important for new growth. as can all of in an ordinary year it doesn't matter much because the soil has enough water in it. but
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in years where there's a serious drought this dead wood breaks down and becomes humus and the water is released. so that helps the little saplings survive the drought the soil may be dry but the wood debris is still moist is that in the 4th. storm believes that diverse forests where nature takes its course are more resistant to climate change . but others disagree they believe that fast growing con a fire storm or c o 2 and make more money. forestry management prioritizes fast growth and quick yields is standard across much of europe the central region in south central france is no exception but here too there are people who are bucking the trend. appear dema go into his wife
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suzanne a pound have founded a forestry collective and that encompasses 400 hectares of woodland today there relocating young saplings and replanting them. this is a dish to invite in in the in a forest certain species of trees like linden and fir trees serve as a kind of alkaline pound. ducted diggin it and they have deep roots which help funnel certain nutrients back towards the surface. i mean even to of a few that helps sustain other plant and tree species. little things like that can make a big difference. in this part of france forests are treated like an agricultural product and fast growth cycles are encouraged. to be on once you fill the holes with soil then you gently put your feet around the sad thing and give it
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a little tug you know that way you give the roof some care and breathing space which helps them develop its own who don't even want to learn and we understood it will be a common local saplings are already adapted to local climate conditions saplings grown in industrial nurseries are not but that's not the only problem it's good in the bombshell in france it is and the problem with trees from a nursery is that they've been treated with so many fertilizers and pesticides and the nurseries south wings are like candy for local animal species for deer for example of our wild south plains are tougher and not as sugary. the mix of species also makes the would lend more resistant to storms. because. they don't destroy it if you only plant one type of tree that grows quickly trees that are very tall and thin and spend believe they're a bit like a pencil when there's
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a big storm they topple like dominoes. planting some deciduous trees or other species in between the very tall trees gives you a 2nd level a 2nd line of defense then the entire woodland is more resilient but if you go i won't be doing this to. the next forests with the diversity of species are rare in france and that's also true of germany. 40 years ago when i went to university we were already being taught that the best forests are mixed with a variety of species today we've only managed to accomplish that in 2.6 percent of our forests in school that would get you up bailing grades it's it's a scandal really a massive policy failure it is used to. it's no different here in south central france but susana and pierre are determined to do things differently. from what i see a little this plot of woodland is basically what we're trying to achieve its rich
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diverse and nature is renewing itself us. as soul searching here just to show that we have really nice diversity here multi layered with many different phases of growth and a cane there's plenty of woody debris and lots of micro habitats i'm proud of this i use my expertise to help kick off this process and nature did the rest. on what this is what a forest should look like i'm a member of greenpeace and we're fighting against the forestation and illegal timber and point the problem is that we do need would rather draw on our own forests here in france but i don't want to exploit them to the point of destruction that's not what's going on. in romania rapacious logging practices are the order of
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the day the country exports huge amounts of illegally log timber. even the government admits it's a major problem. the car paid me and mountains are still blanketed in forests but they're disappearing at an alarming rate your highness sonnen of the world wide fund for nature wants to change that. there are many reasons we have to combat this illegal logging and deforestation here. it's a threat to our very survival. it's a problem that's particularly severe in eastern europe and poverty is just one of the reasons the displaced fun we're seeing everything from poor people and collecting firewood for the winter to organized crime networks and major corporate structures that feed off illegal timber. organized crime is a big problem in the carpathian the trade in illegal lumber is a lucrative business profit margins are high the penalties low and the police can
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often be bribed. the worldwide fund for nature wants to clamp down on the timber mafia. does wins we're facing a tough opponent it won't be easy but it's nice to. anyone here who tries to protect the forests is taking a risk and they get little support from local authorities to forresters were killed here not long ago it's soon going to be where we're exploring new ways to protect the forests for example we're working with an even project that aims to educate the judiciary state's prosecutors and the police and show them that illegal clear cutting is more than just a trivial offense companies to. demonize from the car pay thing region of ukraine and a veteran in the battle against illegal logging there. he's come here to support it your highness sign in. similar terms and organize are people
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more. people who join us for example and we had an occasion in the her big games ram along for a few days was talking about the illegal logging showing through germany's place where the rally was very superior and the system had the. right the need the workers came to his house. i think to stop illegal logging on the international level needs to level of internal interagency and international cooperation organized crime is already working cross border there is definition this is a well established network and what we try to start here is to build up a network of authorities and the bridge builder will be into full to help this authorities to become more effective for us border. interpol headquarters in leone
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began investigating the illegal in. national timber trade about 10 years ago sasha propound is chief investigator of the forestry crime unit. and was not in full force as you know and we have to understand that in our globalized world when consumers buy cheap wood in a western european supermarket. that might lead to someone being killed in a forest in eastern europe. does come that's a. clear cutting is also an increasing problem in france but here it's done legally up to $25.00 hectares can be felt in one go an area about the size of $25.00 soccer fields and what up there there's the neighbors clearcut. what a mess. welcome to. when we thought i was less than 5 years ago this was all covered in 1st trees you can see from the stems that
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they were huge up to 80 centimeters in diameter they were just 60 years old standing on this will put. last winter they took them all that. they all susana pounding isn't placing blame clear cutting is an accepted practice here . for many forest owners that's all they know and they often give that advice to. when the trees are mature they think they need to be harvested otherwise it's like letting an apples drawdowns a branch but actually it's fine if trees grow to be 2 or 300 years old as i don't know the all the idle. it's also a political issue the timber industry employs more people here than the car industry. it's true we're industrializing our forests standardizing them along the model of a monoculture we use large machinery and produce trees that are completely uniform
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so they're easier to put through the sawmill. what we'll end up with is uniform standardized forests that are the complete opposite of natural biodiversity only for good. or do the dust in the joint it's the same with industrialized new growth forests in germany. in lubec canoed storm advocates for diverse species rich forests his detractors say that's not economically viable but storms forest does turn a profit for the city the follow me for you i'm not asking for everyone to sing our praise but even if they don't agree with our approach they should leave us be instead they act like they need to save the city of lubec from our foolishness stuck in a bit towards the. detractors say has sustainable forest management is a fiction and regularly file complaints with the city administration. the
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complaints haven't succeeded but they're not giving up. this city supports can you charms work today he has an appointment with his boss the city's interior and environment minister. surely he. is the wet dog means you've been in the woods today. lucar henson brushes off complaints about the forest of the $5000.00 hectare woodland is turning a profit and a sustainable one. could see a guy who gets a cold i'm happy to invite critics to lubeck so they can see for themselves what we're doing to everyone who's planted fast growing trees in recent years is now seeing how an ordinary forest fire can destroy many hectares of woodland overnight vote for me to do it's a bit crazy that they're planning to replant and make the same mistake all over again. a forest needs time to mature might even be civil to him because he doesn't
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trust the 2 are also critical of germany's federal forestry policies storm says the agriculture ministries plans are misguided especially because they call for removing woody to pretty and planting more single species coniferous forests. referred to. when it comes to serving the public interest forests aren't the same as agricultural land the forests also play an important environmental role is to forest management should call under the environment ministry not the ministry of agriculture even if many foresters nowadays see themselves simply as farmers of trees for to steal and. storm is critical of forestry practices in germany. but nature conservation is still more valued here than in many other countries. finland is one example the nordic nation advertises its forests as a tourist attraction but appearances can be deceiving europe's last indigenous
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people the sami live from reindeer herding the animals graze in the forests but many young reindeer herders like yourself are watching these woodlands disappear. or respect their reindeer as life in survivor and the moon. and i see you happy when they see them and if you're lucky for myself to be born into sculpture their culture is under threat finland's forests are being clear cut to produce things like oil and paper. to the radio to the reindeer is the most important if. we take care of them and teach them the lives so they can take care of us and keep prosper . sammy settlements stretch across the north of norway sweden and finland and into the far west of russia. about $10000.00 sami live in finland today the families share grazing areas for
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their reindeer. in the winter the reindeer are returned to the corrals and counted. this circle is called it a look here we catch the raid and we separate them to these books it's. all around us depending. what right do they are. it's an age old sammy tradition that's still being observed by young herders like. the people who have and have been to this land. after end of the ice age. that's how long the herds have been here 2 and. but nowadays the forests belong to the finnish government and the government began selling large stretches of forest
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land into private ownership back in the 1960 s. . today's owners are out to make a profit but felling trees in this remote region is complicated and expensive the finnish government provides a subsidy that's the only way owners can turn a profit while selling their temper add rock bottom prices to the paper industry the sami object to this practice but there. has teamed up with another activist to change that and they have taken so much from us and leave the garbage to us. the days have it tested stopped. well you got a 3rd of. this area was once a diverse species rich primeval forest under you law it was supposed to be protected instead it was clear cut for the reindeer herders it's a disaster and vulnerable species are also affected of course that makes me sad to
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see this there's no use for us or the forest doesn't do us and they've. taken away the mind this is our lives here. they just go through a door. go around it but if it won't stay here. the wood pulp is used to make paper one of the linchpins of finland's economy there's hardly any oversight over which forests are being felled and any complaints are systematically. used the state doesn't. use the. somebody asked. they're convinced that what the timber industry is doing is illegal but proving that is another matter. sammy people have been born to fight for their rights there is so many cases in sadly history that the governments and people have made an agreement but then the
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state or somebody says why alleging that agreement yeah that has to change we just want to be. the one we want to live like traditionally in the modern world. it takes courage to demonstrate against the violation of agreements and draw attention to illegal clear cutting people who speak out face public hostility. paper from finland is an expensive and many european companies would rather buy it then use recycled paper canoe to storm is also dismayed by this waste of valuable resources. just words and yet what would do we really need to use and where could we use something else. packaging paper and what would you feel cutting down on that would probably allow us to reduce logging by about 60 percent 60 percent it would
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see a. yarmulke would like to see foresters in finland take that same approach then the sami would be spared this struggle for their way of life and. i just you know this person. because of the open season coming from day. the state has decided to look. a certain area where that herd assembly and just don't accept bookings. on the other hand there are some cloths for us to come on should just go on looking in those forests forests also. it is have and given to a constant sammy people in finland have taken to social media to call for help and denounce the timber industry they turned their heart she's from new zealand. he's from norway. they've also found allies in finland yes and yarm o.-r.
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in contact with tanian of greenpeace. good can occur and this in the book a lot of the greenpeace activist is 600 kilometers away in caney where there are 2 pulp mills men at the game was in and he wants to prove that they are using lumber from primeval forest that are vital for the sami. together with jani a photographer he has for a nearby lumber yard to gather evidence. was. just a thumb up article to the marks on the logs document the origins of the temper and the intended purchaser look like he may be out of. the timber here comes from a company that the activists have already run across during their investigation or
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. was. like oh i've got to go this will be several hundreds of us over sold one was a bus and it just might be coming from an old forest there you have trees with different weights you see the visit has paid off. so now with all of this one particular area for the slogan go in on how beautiful for at least excuses and old forest same number there and same number here sold 6 leaflets but it's got to be anybody other than the 1st of the 2nd company to be called being sold it's it's one of them now when all the rest. of the activists now know which companies are operating here the guard arrives too late to intervene. and both the guard asks monte what the 2 of them were doing and wants to know their names in. the. news that none of them might he refuses
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politely so but firmly she. will pick. it asks again but he's not getting anywhere just. marty and jani have the evidence they need and it's time to leave them set that as an excuse to. get their to pulp mills in the area they want to find out which one is using the old growth temper. i. would hope as a key raw material here wood and paper products make up a quarter of finnish exports finnish timber companies are among the world's largest the matzoh group is one of them but they can't get past the locked gates they are
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planning to build a nuke here it will be over 2 times bigger than the present one and it would consume $6700000.00 sifter you could reach your support every year if it were to create trucks it would be $400.00 fully laden trucks every day that it's an incredible. it's a saw enough the pulp expansion in finland correctly taken place there are plans to build 4 to 5 new mills some of them bigger than what we have previously had in this country and the logging rights are going off the board imports i've been seeing the company processes timber from finland russia estonia and latvia. finland produced over 25 percent of all the printing papers magazine papers in the world and still we have only 2 per cent of the resources of the world so it's it tells some intensity. chinese investors are already financing new factories this an increase in demand for paula and it looks like that the currently it's mostly
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because of cardboard so when people are buying things online from from shops like a muscle they'll be packed in the cardboard you get it's your home and then you troll with the way and. that's the spot for climate and that's but but for everything. germany is still the biggest consumer of the paper products from finland and you pay for it all it would for a duck soup boy if it comes from finland it might involve problems for the for the reindeer herd just it might involve problems of biodiversity and i would say that people should be more conscious it's a think more will they use. in france susana and pierre are investigating a promising idea sustainable houses made entirely of wood when they're built well they can be very long lasting they have an appointment with architect. so that what's that you know it's
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a portable home you can live in it and if you meet someone a girlfriend you can put a 2nd one right next to it.


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