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go back from the same this process can be repeated for up to 60 years. jermanti never called and i'm confident that even my grandchildren will earn from the tree without cutting it down and got it. they'll continue to get more benefit from keeping it. joe will cut meta also wants to see if god, the art, which is a newness, because in tangible culture heritage least, his worry too many trees have been cut down and that young people are choosing western styles over these eco friendly, traditional one. he now change craftsman in the technique which also creates job settlement to move from one if you cut down a to betray to make charcoal. for instance, you can make quick money. but only once the if i harvest the bar room, i may earn less money. but i'll be able to get that money over and over again for years. do you know what's going on? but looking at once the bucket to be promoted as
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a sustainable alternative would plastic and even people has already partnered with local artists to further explore the renewable material, doreen no matter what buck close gown is now finished. she hopes for more visibility for this african heritage and its role in protecting the environment. another tradition, the best of luck, centuries is month, making those visa we presentations of cities on countries help help us navigate the was not only that months are useful for planning, municipal services like utility and waste management. that's right, sandra. what, how does that work? and i didn't formal that to me without a detailed answer. hocksey sets of good services making live port residential, pleasant and unhealthy. coming up is not enough that the solution,
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the rate that idea from india that could easily be applied here in africa. oh cool. apple in western india home to nearly 4000000 people, like in most indian cities, many inhabitants live in flubs. how puzzled settlements, usually excluded from open planning policies, and difficult to navigate until recently, finding an exact location was impossible. over 1700 families lived here is the legal settlement, but no one has an individual with today, however, the speeds of delivery is being made right up to a doorstep. and its times to this unique number, a google plus called, based on the latitude and longitude, the location of a place. it's a blessing for bog israel younger. now the code i've been given for the accurate location. earlier if someone wanted to come and deliver to our house, or if
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a relatively visiting he had to call us and we had to guide him on the phone using landmarks like rich us dance or nearby sharp. we thought he had, he was the, the, the plus gods, the work of buddy missouri. she and her team, the architect and founder of the non governmental organization, shelter associates, has been using data to improve condition shantelle, the digital address, the most recent initiative for which they've partnered with google. they put up the flag map and the board. sure. so it's like every house now you see there's a location address. that means it's going to be a game changer because now that we've been addressed for every house, which is never the case number 230 kilometers away in the city of pone, a team of data analysts work at the n g was mean off the specialized anything. so graphic information system, so called g i s mapping lead but pretty much the use satellite images as well as
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feel mapping, generate as accurate, digital grace as possible. a tricky task in a slum. you might think this is one house. and then when you go on the ground, you realize there are 3 so you cannot just talk to like you meant for digitizing. as long as you know, substitute for fee with them, feel nothing. the architect says, the seed method is also used to map infrastructure for public toilets, manhole green networks to water samples and garbage. but all the data is on the web site. this is very even for an administrator sitting at their desk. if they can just open up these maps and then they can see, okay, what were not the networks that we've already need? the water department, i can just literally go to a resettlement and see what is the outreach of walked up in that particular sacrament. this is the weak, gave them in. the details also allow for the most team to make
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a big push into sanitation in more slums, the only option for residence to relieve themself. a community told a flight these, which often like running water, involve long waiting times and full health hazard because of unsanitary conditions . putting us focused on individual toilets. in this settlement level, the team found to the mapping that there was a shortage of reinvent works. the date up and pointed the exact location of a few existing lines that connected to the city state network, making it easier for municipal authorities to know where to lead the new c, which we want to capture all the states. satoka tropi recently got her own toilet built for the 1st time, and since it's given her a feeling of safety and privacy. okay, i have a teenage daughter and using the community toilet and the slot was dangerous, especially at night menus to hang around and harass us with drains being laid, we decided to build a toilet in our own home,
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across going up or for the most team have facilitated the construction of close to $3000.00 individual pointed to be one of the mapping technology has gone a long way towards creating a safer and cleaner environment. when you think about how much sunshine oper to get, you might be surprised that zillow use more widely help part of the problem is that many companies and private household kinds of, for the leisure lane in buying still upon l. well, we have a story for kenya, it doesn't have to be that way. roll, since her love for flowers has brought grace than yet a long way to day. she's the proud owner of a flat farm in the town of picker, near kenyan capital, nairobi. it's a certified trade company with more than 500 employees and you have to do
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the same process and we'll throw us on this fun is because of my love for, for us. wrong before, even book this fun. for me, it is very, it was very important that i worked with a product that i liked to myself. and nearly 30 hexes of land are covered with greenhouses. all of the flowers are grown without the use of chemicals. once harvested, the rose is packed and placed in a cold stall. both the cold store and the official lights in use, a lot of electricity. but the power supply isn't always reliable in kenya and power called the frequent. so 4 years. grayson, yet you looked for alternative renewable energy sources like solar power, were always very expensive. but last year she got the solar system that offers up to 150 kilowatts of power financed with the help of the germans. that called eco
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legal. they came fossil for to indicate us about the benefits office and then on d along the way we, they also showed us that it was possible for us to start with their just a few steps and get to a place where we can be halfway $4.92 now pays around 2400 years a month to the set up. it's a lot of money, but still around 30 percent less than she used to pay for electricity. after 9 years, the system will be paid off and you only need to finance the maintenance cost. equally go said the number of businesses in kenya, including another company called rift valley roses. the firm already has rooftop solar panels from eco legal. that makes it difficult, but more electricity was needed. there wasn't enough land available to
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install a 2nd solar system. so the owners decided to put it in the reservoir, used to irrigate the flowers. well, the floating system has a lot of different issues compared to a land mounted system. as you know, it has to be corrosive resistance. you have to now understand how to move things because you're talking about something that floats. and we don't know any of these items, so we had to rely deeply on a knowledge of the technical team at equal legal. equally go has an unusual funding policy to push forward its energy revolution. because bank loans are usually slow to come through. the company operates with crowd investing. the money comes directly from private investors, individuals or families. crowd investing has a few advantages. it's flexible, it's fast, and it helps people to actively do something against the climate crisis. by using
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that capital for sustainable energy projects like this. the investment is definitely paid off for grace and yet, and it's encouraged her to keep a mean higher. and i, and my cell phone is that we may get to a place where we will be 100 percent, particularly with the media. you said your power that will be maximum using sora. that will take her one step closer to her ultimate goal. fell flowers, but not only fetch rate, but also grown on the farm. that's completely climate neutral. wow, impressing the best of luck to her and we've got image of all those beautiful flowers for she don't mind. it is time to say goodbye from compiler, here in uganda until next time. bye bye. and if you can wait till next week, don't forget, you can always check in with us on social media. in the meantime,
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the was, ah, this is, do you have a you news? why? from berlin? the mother of detained bella in journalist for a month process, which appeals to international leaders of state her son. she's calling on the world to stand up and help saying, bella was seen, authorities would kill him. she says he's obviously been tortured since being hauled off. a diverted ryan. their flight on sunday also.


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