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live time, time to transport the produce to store us and to eat it before it spoils. appeal is based on liquids and other natural compounds found in fruits and vegetables. there extracted and blended into a taylor made solution by combining them in the right ratios. when they dry a dry into an arrangement that allows us to control the factors that cause fruit to age, which are basically water going out and oxygen going. yeah. so same materials were just teaching them a new trick by finding the right formula to apply to different kinds of praise, in order to give them the same kind of protection that you have on a women. on a cucumber or on a dutch wholesaler nature's prize cell, some 120000 tons of fruits and vegetables a year. they import from 59 countries,
especially latin america in rotterdam, the imported produce continues to ripen before it's sorted, packed, and shipped to the retailer. sportage a waste of the common problem in the industry. but the company hopes to minimize these losses in the future. so through the way they actually bought it and they don't use it and that costs money. so in the chain, if we don't throw it away, you don't spend that money wrongly with a b, we can reduce waste was 50 percent at the retail level. food that used to live in the trash can now be sold every day. nature's pride treats 6 tons of cars with appeal before sending them to supermarket shelves across europe. the main customers are in scandinavia, germany, and the netherlands. natures prizes the 1st company in europe to use appeal are planning to start treating other kinds of fruits and vegetables. soon as they're
coming by air, by using a view, we might give them the possibility to go by boat. and that is, of course, the same reasons. so there's lots of opportunities so far. the new technology is mainly being used by large companies. smaller ones can't afford it. but appeal says it's planning to change that with a new business model in which retail chains and supermarkets pay smaller producers and farmers to install the necessary setup. in return, they receive longer lasting produce farmers in places that haven't had access to national international markets could also benefit. and so the opportunity is to be able to, to use appeal to reduce the transport cation costs and increase the quality. so it's not aid, it's a way. ready for a some, a small producer to grow something that's intrinsically valuable to collect. some
of that about extending the shelf life of project will help. but it won't end the problem of food. lawson waste for the transportation and refrigeration systems will also need to be improved and expanded and consumers will have to stop throwing food away and start only buying what they'll actually ease. but if we buy more food than we can actually eat, it doesn't take long until flies and other creatures starts warming. the football. most people don't feel particularly drawn to insects, which could be one of the reasons why pesticide the sales here in germany have been at a steady high. while recent studies show the flying insects in german nature, reserve have declined by more than 75 percent in the last 27 years with industrial farming being the most likely cost. what some call in sector get a has been starting to change people's minds. and the business model of at least one, testified maker me off of my sleep. well,
because i put warnings on my products on my bank are skeptical. yes, so i worry about my future if it can be for comments, things like his father before him. humph. the trick house makes household insecticides the family run firm had been operating in the same way for decades until these 2 artists called its purpose into question me the made me think the com and look at insect rec house in the artist joint forces. they organized and event to raise awareness
for insect preservation. i in the village residents ended up collecting 902 flies. one lucky specimen even won a prize. the fly, erica was treated to an all expenses paid spar weekend with her owners fly included . the dental child will be in the depth all day and we've been out and about with erica. not one person has given us funny looks or called us a bit loopy. and on the can get me the event prompted. hum, state tricks like house to put his company's future on the line. he's invested around 2000000 year rates in the conservation of insects and other small creatures. the project also include setting up green roofs to compensate for the animals. his products have killed. debrief with his headquarters, so become
a home for insects with mine for though my product is killing segregation. but i don't see a contradiction in making insecticides while at the same time helping insects from keller to save. you really always this just a marketing ploy because these days, products that combine environmentally friendly credentials tend to sell better for me gets this isn't about marketing. i want to see the market reduced as seen in the warnings on my product, called one product of product has a big label about the dangers involved. voice for them, call you for design or some steep tree sweat house is now introduced alternatives that he feels more comfortable with such as the life trap for fruit flies. the insect is attracted to the spite of vinegar and then trapped in the cylinder to
escape on harmed to ms. i'm really going for this product because it's not obvious why you should save fruit flies. it company has seen turnover drop by 25 percent. has profit so fallen even more so wouldn't simply selling the phone be the logical business move call from that of x. ceiling would mean surrender and giving up responsibility. it would only benefit my rivals who would carry on with insect decide by the mom. it is that if he caught it i staying in business, i have the leverage to generate awareness and to show that this transformation is possible. so again, if you have an on site that comes on up to one house in kansas demonstrates his commitment to that message. as he plows up the company called to create a new inspector license. but he can't say for sure when his own metamorphosis will be complete. i got to admit,
i did it. a couple of weeks ago, took my 1st pandemic holiday flight, along with maybe 20 others on the plane. even without the pandemic, the creation business is facing enormous challenges with sustainable flying. being high on the list, our reporter dan, her shalt took a look at a company that's taking a step in the right direction. almost 7000 leaders of asian fuel have been pumped into the tanks of his cargo plane. and they're not even half full yet. the flight from franklin to shanghai, china is a long one, but this flight is something special. the congo subsidiary of germany's largest airline. lufthansa is operating this as a carbon neutral flight using sustainable ation fuel and reasoning. basically a fuel based on plant oil. so the fuel and that only the carbon dioxide the plants that previously absorbed it doesn't have any extra seal to prevent an aircraft
operated with sustainable a v ation fuel. it miss up to 80 percent less greenhouse gases. but the climate friendly fuel costs between $3.00 and $6.00 times more than regular jet fuel. still some freight customers want to improve their carbon footprint and are willing to foot the bill like logistics company, devi shanker, which chartered this flight the climate neutral biofuel is produced at this refinery in poor val finland. an hour's drive from helsinki. for more than 10 years, shami ya here, i mean, has been working on replacing the kerosene in asian fuel with sustainable raw materials. the production process is using waste and received your types of oils and facts as role material as used cooking, los alamos, for the future we are exploring new role materials such as municipal solid waste. $100000.00 tons of biofuel are produced here every year. that's
a drop in the bucket compared to the 300000000 metric tons that the world's airline operators consume. annually. y'all, we i and says that a breakthrough in climate for the aviation fuels will require government action. what we need is it's what governments do to create the market, and i create the requirements for, for industry to become more sustainable. other major carriers such as japan's a, n a l. friends, kale, m and american airlines have also started purchasing sustainable asian fuel for the airlines shouting their green credentials is proving to be a good marketing tool to win over passengers and freight companies. when i hope that bio fuel will soon be more than just a marketing tool, but a real alternative for the aviation sector. that's our show. thanks for watching
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ah, the news news lives from berlin, a stunning turn of events for the man once known as america, dad. he was convicted of sexual assault and sent to prison. but now us, comedian bill cosby is once again a free man. a us court overturned his conviction on a legal technicality. coming back home for the last german soldiers return from afghanistan was all remaining international troops. to leave by september 11th afghans worry about the future of their country and helping those who need it
most. the heat wave in western canada shatters records claims dozens of lines. ah, i'm fairly sure to have you with the american actor bill cosby has walked free after court overturned his sexual assault conviction and ordered his immediate release. he was the 1st us celebrity center prison for sexual assault since the beginning of the me to movement. now, 2 years on the pennsylvania supreme court decided cosby never should have faced charges in the 1st place. after striking a non prosecution deal with a previous district attorney and just like that, bill cosby was free. his scar sped by the walls of the pennsylvania prison in which
he served 2 years of a 3 to 10 year sentence. before arriving at his home in nearby norristown, after being held from the car, cosby gave the camera signal v for victory. his attorney was similarly triumphant. i am thrilled, and i am pleased to the pennsylvania supreme court. what we knew all along, which was that mister car being never should have been prosecuted, was driven by politics, were quite pleased that the pennsylvania supreme court seems impervious to what is going on on the outside world. and all of that pressure that was placed on the criminal justice system from the me to movement help bring cause be under scrutiny. he was one of a number of high profile men in show business accused of using their power to exploit and sexually assault women. but only one case against cosby went to court.
the alleged drugging and malice station of andrea concerned the crushing of that conviction as re ignited debates over the ability to hold a fair trial and made intense public pressure. and of the efficacy of the me to movement and holding powerful men to account. casey matthews is an entertainment journalist following the story for us from los angeles, california. okay, take good to see you again. we just heard bill cosby lawyer there. healing those rolling as a major victory, but will this really be the end of his legal was you know, a lot of the legal analysts have weighed in, and a lot of people are saying he's 83 years old. this ruling pretty much in this part of the case, and i really don't see how any other charges can be brought forth. because even though there are dozens and dozens of women who have come forward stating they all
these allegations against bill cosby, the district attorney at the time really didn't feel that they had enough evidence within the statute, limitations to prosecute on any of those allegations or else they would have done it before now. so this seems to probably ended in terms of the, the criminal case that has been launched against them. civil cases. no. those are still on going in factories one by attorney gloria all read. this going to be happening here in los angeles soon, but in terms of criminal prosecution, this does seem to be the end of the road for bill cosby criminally speaking. all right. how have people reacted to the ruling? you know, most people have been shock. most people have been angry, only one person, a former classmate, felicia shot who, you know, played his wife in the hit tv show. cosby said she felt that this was vindication. he should have never been convicted. it is a great day. and so many people got angry and so many people attacked her and told
her things she really needed to read the room and understand this was not the right time to say that and that there was overwhelming evidence against them. and that, by the way, this ruling again, as you heard, the previous news report is saying that he should have never been prosecuted. it did not say that he was not guilty of the charges. so it's very, it's a legal least kind of technicality. we have to be very clear, you know what we say about that. yeah, we've seen a lot of lawyers actually say that this is a win for the constitution. his conviction, back in 2018 was seen as a landmark moment in the me to movement. do you think this will affect other cases now? you know, it's really hard to tell because there hasn't been a lot of major prosecutions that are attached to the need to move and other than harvey weinstein, as we all know. and then of course, you know, we had bill cosby, but there not a lot of other big time celebrities, particularly in hollywood that were convicted and given long lengthy sentences.
remember bill cosby had about 3 to 10 years and he only really spent about 2 and a half years of that since. and so people had expected him to possibly pass away in prison because he was 83 years old. there were thinking, if he did 10 years, he got a 93. he might have, you know, might not be around that. so this really was a watershed moment. but things have seemed to kind of calm down in hollywood. and you don't see a lot of the investigation or the reports or the all these wonderful tantalizing stories about people coming forward with their me to movement any more. not the way we did about 3 years ago for sure. j. matthews. thank you very much for your analysis. thank you. their mission must have nearly 2 decades and cost the lives of $59.00 of their comrades and countless civilians. but now the last german troops serving and i've got to stand have arrived back home, their return as part of a phase withdrawal of international forces,
which is going ahead despite a worsening security situation on the ground. recent month has seen the taliban make increasingly significant territorial gains and many ask and left behind are now afraid of what might happen next. the there was literally in the way of fan fair in germany, a military mission enough going on came to an end families waiting for their loved ones to return. it was a day of joy and relief. issue mine mine up and picking up my husband. he's been enough dentist done since february and i've come to collect i'm hoping to show up the one how are you feeling? because i'm really excited and happy. after nearly 20 mission and 150000 troops deployed, these are the last german soldiers to come home. mission accomplished
the build your assignment. the orderly placement of the german resolute support mission contingent has been successfully completed. but european troops quietly return and the us prepared to complete its withdrawal. the situation that left enough kinda stuff remains precarious. the germans were heavily involved in the north of the country and cities like condos and mothers leave and other cities around the north. and if you look at it, those are the cities that are really endanger right now. and those are among the cities where local people are arming themselves to fight back against the taliban in case of the germans. you know, it's another question of another country leaving and what did they really accomplish in 20 years later? the city is that they were supposed to be in charge of fuel so unsafe, and the people either have to flee or take up arms for themselves. and as the question of what did they really end up doing, how much should they really change for the average person?
during the 20 year nature military operation, there have been some games in education, women's rights and infrastructure. but corruption and violence remain as huge obstacles over controlling large parts of the country. the taliban has begun re taking provinces as foreign troops. slave to thea now is that any gains made during the last 2 decades already being lost here to look at some of the other stories making news around the world at the sour former us defense secretary donald rumsfeld has died at the age of 88. we serve twice in the post under president gerald ford and george w bush from feld oversaw the 2003 us invasion of iraq. and he remained unapologetic about the war, insisting that toppling saddam hussein created a quote more stable and secure worlds. a death toll from the
collapse of a residential tower in miami has risen to 16. after 4 more bodies were pulled from the rubble. 147 people are still unaccounted for. nearly a week after the building came down, hopes of finding survivors are quickly fading. at least 7 migraines, including a pregnant women, have drowned off the coast of italy. after their boat capsized. the coast guard says 46 people were brought ashore, but around 10 are still missing. the group is believed to have set off from tunisia . extreme heat waves sweeping across western canada is causing dozens of death and breaking records day after day. on tuesday, temperatures had 49 degrees celsius in british columbia. cooling centers has been set up to give people some relief, but the sweltering heat is forecast to continue. a prolonged, dangerous, and historic heat wave engulfing western canada has already caused dozens of death
. people are being encouraged to go to cooling centers to combat the extreme heat. it's just on bearable it's, it's impossible to be out. so never seen anything like this. i hope it never becomes like this. or again, it's not really pleasant. this is too much, too much summer for us here. but some are enjoying being outdoors. feel like uncovered. it's an interesting experience to the nice getting outside, but basically been consuming gallons of water the whole time. not surprising with temperature is exceeding 45 degrees in some places, some feeling close to 50 degrees in others because of the human conditions. some are taking to the water to cool down, while others are helping the vulnerable by distributing food and drink to provide relief. officials point to this being part of a wider problem. in this instance, i think the that the big lesson coming out of the past number of days is that the
climate crisis is not a fiction. that is absolutely real. and if you look, i had a briefing from the wildfire service the yesterday and again today, the entire west coast of north america from baja to alaska is red hot. this is not a british columbia problem. it's not a candidate problem. it is a global challenge. and we all need to have citizens of the world coming together. school and college classes have been cancelled in british columbia, which means more play time, perhaps the extreme heat. and the search for relief looks like a climate emergency problem that just isn't going away. and the island nation of madagascar is paying a higher price for climate change, which it has done little to cause the words drowns in 40 years have left thousands in the indian ocean, stayed on the brink of starvation. 8 organizations say more has to be done to
prevent a humanitarian disaster from becoming even worse. the fist was, was tal farmland. but now it's a desert. years of drought have destroyed nearly all of the crops here. strong winds sweeping away the soul of in some storms covering what's left and tie. a community is on the brink of starvation. people here have resorted to eating whatever they can find. it took me out in the morning prepared this plate of insect . and if i clean them the best i can without any water, tom is out for 8 months. my children and i have been eating this plant every day that does that, we have nothing else to eat. i don't know them and no rain to grow crop. told me that when the people here on the front line of the global climate crisis, madagascar, hardly any greenhouse gases, but it's one of the worst victims of climate change. 2 we're facing the worst drought in over 40 years,
and this is an area where people depend on their own agriculture, home grown shoe meals, small holder farmers. this is how they lived down here, but with drought back to back to back. people can't survive. it's like live drought is having families apart. these 2 boys orphaned after their mother died of hunger. they've been taken in by another family, but severely, mon tuition and they're still not getting enough. well, for some reason we have nothing left no matter that her mother is dead, not and my husband said, what do you want me to say our life centers around looking or can just leave survive island to somebody who nearly a 1000000 people instead of madagascar depend on food aid, some people have walked for hours to get help. but not everyone is healthy enough to make a long journey. aid organizations that more be done to help madagascar food
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