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the make up your own mind. d. w, made for mines the d w needs, and these are the top stories. haiti has declared a 2 weeks pay to the emergency off of the assassination of the president and identified gunman killed the shows and movies and wounded his wife at home is a capital puerto prince. on wednesday, an investigation is currently underway. the executive branch will now have power to deal with the political situation. there could be a top pouring in after the shooting of a prominent dutch investigative journalist. peace of the freed was shot in the head of amsterdam on tuesday and is in hospital in serious condition. european leaders have condemned it as an attack on e u. values,
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2 suspects have been detained. authorities are investigating possible links to his reporting on a major criminal gang. this way now is building a barrier on his border with a roof to stop people. crossing eagerly that the one you as prime minister accuses been reversed of offering migrants fights to men's and allowing them to enter her country in retaliation for e u sanctions. both countries have expelled each other's diplomats. this week. this is d w. news from berlin. there's much more on our website, www dot com. ah, ah. last month you, as president biden met with russian president, putin in delivered a clear message. stop the hacking your tax on us targets, or else. well, i didn't said the world would know in several months whether or not his words had made a difference at the kremlin. well, since then,
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cyber attacks originating and russia have not stopped in just the last week, 2 major attacks, one of them disrupting businesses from san francisco to stockholm, the largest such attack ever. but so far, not large enough to make a difference at the white house. i'm bringing from berlin. this is the day the news the attack over the weekend underscore is the need for companies and government agencies as well. the focus on improving cyber security appears to have caused minimal damage to us businesses, but we're still gathering information if we want to keep electricity right. if we want to keep you know, people want to be able to use amazon, all that kind of stuff. this is, this is the new world, the majority of ransomware vents don't get disclosed. and that's part of what has
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allowed this robust network of criminal organizations, bro, the russian government cannot or will not take action against the criminal actors residing in russia. we will take action also coming up and you thought former us president donald trump, already had more than enough legal cases to deal with today. trump said that he is suing facebook, twitter and google. they are alleged crime. they silence tim were demanding and do the shadow banning a stop to the silencing and a stop to the blacklisting, banishing and canceling that you know so well. oh, our viewers on p b. s. in the united states into all of the around the world. welcome. we begin the day with the cyber attacks on the u. s. coming from russia. they are getting larger, impacting more businesses and more people, and they may be partly behind an expensive rethink at the pentagon. laid on tuesday,
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the u. s. military announce that it will terminate a $10000000000.00 cloud computing contract with microsoft siding, the shifting technological environment. what does that mean exactly? back in 2019, the pentagon awarded the lucrative contract to microsoft since then vulnerabilities and cloud computing they've been revealed in numerous acting incidence. the pentagon did not mention this specifically, but it really didn't have to cyber attacks. some, including ransomware, have become a matter of us national security. earlier this year, a cyber attack on a gas pipeline led to gasoline shortages across the country and panic, buying gas stations on this latest ransomware attack targeted software made by casea, and that's a u. s. firm with hundreds of clients around the world. today, the heads of homeland security, the state department and intelligence were at the white house to discuss the
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response with president by the russian government cannot or will not take action against criminal actors residing in russia. we will take action or reserve the right to take action on our own. now in this case, you know, there, the intelligence community has not yet attributed the attack. the cyber security community agrees that are evil operates out of russia, with affiliate around the world. so we will continue allow that testament to continue, but in our conversations and we have been in touch directly, we are continuing to convey that message clearly or from war on this story tonight . i'm happy to welcome to cybersecurity expert jason crabtree to the show. he is the founder of complex, which helps companies deal with data and risk analysis. he is also a special advisor to the senior leaders in the department of defense, cyber community drinks. it's good to have you on the program. i suppose you are the man to ask tonight, what are you hearing?
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are you convinced that this ransom where attack has a russian fingerprint? well, it's great to be here with you. i think the reality for us is that re, val, is a russian affiliated ransomware, gang that does operate a global affiliate network. and while being an affiliate is certainly a step short of active state sponsorship, it does turn out that there is certainly willful ignorance on behalf of the russian state and failing to look into or in fact, enforce international laws and expectations going after these criminal organizations will i'm considering that what do you suppose was discuss today in the white house when the heads of homeland security, the state department in the intelligence community met with the president. i mean, where they discussing a response to this. i think the reality here is that the by new ministration has to figure out how to do 2 things simultaneously. it has to help advance the
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interests of defenders to make ourselves more capable of defending against these kinds of cyber incidents. at the same time that it builds an international coalition and deals with building capabilities within the international law enforcement community to go after these transnational criminal organizations. that's tough but doable. but we've got to do both together. if we're going to be successful in putting the kinds of pressure on kootenai that is specific enough to in fact, in gender, any sort of useful response, you're talking about maybe an interpol for cyber security. if you will, do you see anything like that being create? well, i think you have seen lisa monaco at department of justice and other senior leaders and department of justice director chris re actually do a lot to start developing more expertise with the department of justice and the federal investigative arm. but we've got to do more work to have the information available and to build the operational coalitions, notably,
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you saw the ukrainians actually take down a significant ransomware gang the same day of president biden and president putin summit. so i do think you are seeing folks step in and say, here's what it looks like to be a good partner and fighting these criminal organizations. what do you make the reports that dutch authorities towed because a back in april that there was a cybersecurity flaw in their software. and how should say you have reacted then? i think for companies like to say that have vulnerabilities in their products. the best thing they can do is make sure that they have a practiced and controlled way of rapidly informing clients and introducing patches . remember to say it wasn't the only company with a major vulnerability this week. microsoft has a catastrophic vulnerability in its principal or services that are allowing its clients to be exploited around the world as well right now. but in terms of cafe as customers, part of why the kids say a breach is so impactful,
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is that to say as vulnerability was actually exploited within nam security companies that are actively part of the out sourced departments for a lot of small companies and large companies like the swedish grocery chain co op, that was shut down as a result of the attack. and that's part of why regal, in this case, was able to compromise, actually a small number of customers at this point, believe to be in the fifty's less than 60, according to the but yet reach over a 1000 and customers. because to say as customers are part of the digital supply chain of companies like co op and the pharmacies and others that were impacted in this, that impact every day consumers. yeah, and i'm wondering if the policy makers and also if the public, if they realize here that we're looking at a perfect storm or we were talking about a mixture of ransom where and supply chain attacks coming together. that is about as bad as it could get right. i think the reality is criminal
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organizations want to get paid and they'd like to get paid as efficiently as possible. so if they can compromise, manage security providers, which are a part of the ultimately impacted ransomed organization supply chain, or if they can compromise, why we use pieces of software like to say, or like solar winds, especially software that's used to manage these networks. that's a tremendously efficient way for them to leverage their efforts to get access to more targets at lower cost. but it's not the only way in, and there are way too many companies that have very vulnerable security posture. and that's part of why you see these ransomware events continue to propagate. so substantially, and, you know, we've been hearing that for years and, you know, i've asked many cybersecurity experts, what would you advise companies to do now? and it's always, you know, you've got to check your cybersecurity, your apparatus or software, but can't a company ever get ahead of the criminal curve when it comes to cybersecurity
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or many of the kinds of vulnerabilities that are exploited by lots of ransomware groups. remember, it's not just revolt. you have other folks by the dark side that were a part of the u. s. colonial pipeline bridge. you have folks like county that were a part of the irish health care system and actually have been a part of numerous health care and other corporate ransom events. united states hundreds according to the f b i. these organizations predominantly work by finding people who look like good targets. they scam me outside of these organizations and they look at companies that look like they might have the ability to pay and they look like they're going to use to get into. so the best thing you can do is make yourself not look like a target. make sure you're not using passwords, make sure that you're looking at your privileged accounts and internal networks. and, you know, frankly, organizations have to stop just building higher walls, higher fences. they have to do more work to look at the inside of their business and monitor and hunt for these malicious actors once they're in their networks. so they make big events in the small ones. let me just ask before we run out of time,
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if you were sitting with the us president tonight and advising him on what to do, he said at the summit with vladimir putin, you know, we have to ensure that the kremlin doesn't see it to be in its interest anymore for the cyber attacks to take place. what should the us do next to bring that message home to the kremlin that it's not in your interest to do this anymore. i think we have to make sure because we live in a glass house and a lot of western society does. we've got to actually ensure that there's transparency about these ransomware events. many are not reported. we should make sure that that stops. we need to make sure we're defending better at home. we need to pursue law enforcement actions against these groups. and let's make sure that the affiliate networks and the members of regal and other groups are not able to travel outside of the contiguous region, ultimately controlled by vladimir putin. and then if we do all those things, we're going to be in a much better position to have a global scope and understanding of these problems and put more formal pressure and
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economic pressure back on the russian state to enforce these kinds of rules and standards at home okay, jason grabbed the re founder of complex strict. we appreciate your insights tonight . we will stay in touch with you. this story will have some very long legs. i think thank you very to be here. the ethiopian says it will allow humanitarian aid flights to enter the northern te gray region, which is on the brink of famine, since november ethiopian soldiers alongside troops from neighboring era tree and have been fighting rebel forces known as the t great people's liberation for just last week the rebels retook the regional capital. you see right there mckayla. they have now agreed to a conditional cease fire, but 1st they want government troops to leave and they want an independent investigation into quote, her rhythmic more crimes. and when a moment i'll ask
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e c o p as in basset to germany, about those claims. but 1st, the human cost of 8 months of fighting thousands had been killed in air strikes, massacres and artillery fire. more than 60000 people in te gray have fled their homes to neighboring sudan, and the conflict has cut off food supplies. 400000 people are now living in famine . international pressure is increasing on ethiopia as nobel peace prize winning prime minister. i'll be off mid to stop the fighting. the people of t grey have and continue to suffer tremendously. and the ability of this sanitary and assistance to enter the region unimpeded and unhindered is of paramount importance to us. we call on all armed actors to commit to an immediate indefinite negotiated fees. so that was a us state department spoke speaking yesterday will i'm joined now by really
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solomon the news that she is. if your be as ambassador to germany, ambassador, it's good to have you on the program. i want to begin with the news that the government will allow aid flights into the t gray region. when will these flights begin? thank you for asking, but from the issues you put earlier since the 2018 it was t p and therefore creating violence in this getting violence and the government or so how tried all the people try to bring peace, but they rejected the piece into the continue in violence and also the one who started attacking the national defense source, which was built in t p. integrate. so who destroyed all infrastructure? the government stretched all bases to reach the humanitarian and twitched by now 5200000 people addressed by 33 phases and 70 percent. so it's going to be $210.00
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a month and some percent by the international committee and in the us, in the others and by the government left the to guy for the piece reason. the government says fire is deliberately torn. today's is the thing that people have. i commissioned to the government, the list, and just to help him to have access and reach with the humidity around the region. ambassador that i could ask you if i could just ask you 11 once i get the flights there to bring food and aid to the people they are in the region. do you know when those flights will be in? yeah, but then this is immediate immediately that the government allowed up flash gun war in supply of food because the british dismantle by a t p and live and as the building the bridges. and the reality is,
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after government is do all, it's from the, from the beginning, teresa miniature on it, and also after the international community for additional health that the need for medicaid support. and the governments such as you'd use to start farming with this see for reason why the government try to, to allow she's fire is to help human it 3 axis and reach those who are in need. in addition to that of the time of the season or farming, the government is supplying all of our input to so that the farmers can plant during the season of farming. and also to accelerate the return of international explicit people so that they can go to that region to these days or locus. and also impact of in 1900 pandemic, and best let me just ask you the, in terms of food and the famine in the gray region,
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the united nations says that your government has been using food as a weapon of war, and that the government has tried to starve the rebels into surrendering it is completely untrue, is force and equal. the government was trying to supply that it was deep in therefore, even ambushing the humanity around. support even was trying to attack the convey and others hiding in the, in the corners. and also by the time they leave when the operation was the moon for summer to professionals, finalized in a short time. because of what month to month, major to make to guy safe and also see if the country but since there at least $10000.00 prisoners. and we've had a moment and also it last who i was couple were staying in the corner and the one was looting the, this is the support and the ends up to give them to the nearby government. i've been doing all this. and this, what they say the government is using,
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this is to grab people, are our people are brothers and sisters. how did the government you, teen come to this is, i'm believable at all. well, will you then allow what the rebels are asking for in that is an independent investigation into what they say are possible wars or crimes against humanity? yeah. regarding human rights violence and the kinds about humanity. it is a church and government by its own initiative, who requested the investigation of the independent international in local investigators. so that's why the international, the united nation, human rights commission, the african new union, human rights and the people's rights commission and the ciocca human rights commission. are investigating and the 2 shall prevail and government by its own initiative who gifted the investigation is carried on even the house. right. and bring these to the to the, to the just the investor. but unfortunately,
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we're out of time in ambassador. unfortunately, we're out of time, but i appreciate you taking the time to talk with us tonight. thank you. thank you so much. the. the world has heard a lot less from donald trump since he left the white house earlier this year. social media giants, twitter and facebook silence, the former president, following his incitement of the storming of the u. s. capital building on january 6 . trump was still president at the time when today trump l. c is filing a class action lawsuit against facebook, twitter and google for denying a sitting president his platform of choice. the former president is seeking financial compensation today in conjunction with the america 1st policy institute, i'm filing as the lead class representative, a major class action lawsuit against the big tech giant including facebook,
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google and twitter, as well as their ceo's mark zuckerberg, sunder book j, and jack dorsey 3 we're going to hold big tech very accountable. this is the 1st of numerous other lawsuits. i assume that would follow, but this is the lead and i think it's going to be very, very important game changer for our country or communications or experts and said today that the company did nothing illegal and they have called the trump lawsuit frivolous. let's go now to los angeles and bringing ethan barron. he is a us political commentator. he's a nationally syndicated talk. radio hosts even. it's good to have you back on the show you were out there in california. that's the state where most social media giants call home. how is silicon valley explaining this lawsuit to itself?
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well, it's really simple. it's fundraising mechanism. and in a desperate seeking of attention by the former president of the united states, it's not going to go very far in the courts unless this new supreme court is going to do something really surprising and want to take it up to strike down. section 230 title 47 of the u. s. coat, which is the communications decency act that allows these providers to actually function if for whatever reason this lawsuit should actually go anywhere. and section $230.00 get struck down, google, facebook, twitter, any social media platform of any kind, any content publishing platform that operates in the united states would essentially see the function due to the lawsuits that would be filed against them. you said that the president is doing this to raise money. money for
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what, what do you think that this is part of the bigger plan? yeah, so look the these lawsuit. some of them have turned into wonderful fundraising mechanisms . shortly after filing lawsuits in the southern district of florida day today in federal court, they sent out the fundraiser emails and i need to find himself, he's in a lot of trouble. his organization is at least a trump organization is being criminally investigated in new york. and he needs to raise funds if he thinks he's going to run again in 2024. and we heard today from some analysts saying that the timing of this announcement today is important and they saw it as a way to distract from last week's announcement of charges attack, tax roll charges against the trump organization. do you agree?
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yeah, i think that's a big part of it. looked at the news hasn't been good for the trump organization for president trump himself. he has huge loans that are coming due according to reports that i've read. and if that's the case, he has a lot of different things that he's worried about. whether it's his organization, whether it's him personally, whether it's all these debts that are coming due and the fact that he's just not getting the attention. and there was even a, a poll on twitter i saw recently by a leading kind of right wing voice that showed that people don't necessarily want trump to win the primary in 2024. it would, do you see a big irony here? and donald trump was the president, the 1st president to really use social media, particularly twitter, to communicate with the public, into buying past traditional gatekeepers, such as you know, media and journals and it worked for him. and now he's out of office and he's launching a legal attack against these companies. i wasn't supposed to go that way. was it 4
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years ago? no, he also had total republican control for 2 years. so he wanted to change section $230.00 of the communications decency act. his party controlled the senate, his party control the house. he controlled the executive branch. he had 2 full years to modify that law. that's what he really wanted to do. furthermore, he's an absolute hypocrite because in his own lawsuit where he was a defendant for blocking users on twitter, who with whom he disagreed, his argument was, he had the right to block people because it's a private platform. that was his argument then. now his argument is the opposite. i find him to be inconsistent in almost everything that he has never said. that least since he really entered the public sphere in the political realm. and the lies documented by the washington post show that and this, these lawsuits today show further hypocrisy on his part. and briefly,
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why do you think he's going after the c hose of these companies? is it because they also have deep pockets? yeah, and it's, and it's as much essentially a fear tactic that's used to put them on notice and it's to put pressure on them. it's political pressure, ease, ease using the legal system. and he's well known. i think he has filed several 1000 lawsuits over the last 40 plus years. and so he uses that pressure as leverage to get people to do what he wants, whether or not he's going to win the lawsuit. all right, it's beverly, it's always even, it's good to get your insights, especially from the west coast of the united states. even thank you. thanks so much . the finally, tonight we go to the east coast of the united states. new york city has honored frontline health care providers and other essential workers for their heroism. in the cove in 1900. pandemic, ticker tape 3 on broadway. they are in new york tradition going back a 125 years. they've been reserved for returning war veterans, sports champions,
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and other heroes officials think workers these essential work or de putting their lives at risk to help others when the city was experiencing one of the 1st major outbreaks of the vibes in recent weeks. most pingdom restrictions have been lifted in new york and parade for the true heroes. the day's almost done. the conversation continues online to find one twitter either in the w news you can call me at brent got tv and remember whatever happens between now and then tomorrow is another day. we'll see you then at the the me the news
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the news we bill can i think there was no tomorrow. at some point supplies are now grounded with old need we said recently. now, we'll all have more of them, longer made in germany on dw, into the conflict with sebastian. when it comes to foreign policy, it's getting harder to work out what the use stands for. my get this week or my
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pipe. nice to share your foreign affairs committee. can he explain why such a powerful block of nations seems to punch so far below its weight on the world stage? 60 minutes on the w. o. the news, the world. to get to go beyond as we take on the world, we're all about a story that matter to use the police and i
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we are here is actually on fire for mines. ah. ah, ah, in life is a game of give and take. most of us are careful to exercise a bit of self control relationships, diet, korea. if we just think of ourselves, we might feel good in the moment, but long term. it's just not healthy. the same goes for our natural resources. if everyone in the world used as many resources as us citizens, for example, we need 5 planets to sustain us. if we all lived like germans, 3 us, china would take up to india just about one. on average,
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we're using resources at the rate of one and a half us, meaning that it takes the planets around 18 months to produce or regenerate the ecological resource as humanity consumes in one here, it's becoming increasingly clear. we can't go on this way, producing a surplus of goods and just throwing them away, conserving resources that our topic today on made online shopping has sparks and increase in e commerce here in germany and much the world. so say you've ordered a new pair of running shoes online, they arrive, you try them on, and they don't fit. so back they go. online shopping increases so online returns due to and that has created a boom in perfectly new products, going to waste. just recently, footage of brand new items being destroyed as an amazon logistics center, a sparked fury. companies have complained that it's costly to resell,
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returned items. germany has banned the destruction of and damaged new goods. but all retailers following the rules. an amazon logistics center in germany filmed by green piece undercover, the video is said to show brand new closing being destroyed. it triggered a storm, destroying new products and destroying resources isn't carnival in climate crisis. the greenpeace campaign called out the online giant and raised awareness of the problem of waste, takes to valuable resources, go into making clothes. one garment comes into contact with up to 3000 different chemicals during production. on the simple white paint and taisha requires 2700 liters of water stuff. one of her drinks in 2 and a half years. how can the problem with online retail is that a lot of products get sent back? processing them isn't always worthwhile for the company. every year,
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20000000 items are destroyed in germany alone, logistics expert, after i did the math and came up with that number. so our online retailers, the biggest problem a line of brick and mortar stores still have a higher sales volume. the online retailers, those, those do see fewer returns. but on the other hand, their amount of surplus stock left over is huge in the arms and, and the industry has grown rapidly. before the pandemic, the average person in germany spent more than $900.00 euros and clothing a year. that's a market volume of 76000000000 euros. most of which was spent on 1st fashion. because it was the clothing chinese that offer low priced fashion that saw massive growth. being able to dress fashionably for little money, is very attractive for many people. you're going to manage, especially young people who don't earn so much more. the pan demik was
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a huge shock to retailers. germany had 3 locked downs and between shops are offering cut prices to get rid of stock. still, retailers were left with mountains of unsold, closed winter collections, for example, that can't be sold in the summer. it's because i'm a total of $800000000.00 new governments. when he sold off, it's the so called a corona collection, and it's completely unclear what will happen with then. many retailers are saying they plan to destroy the game to see. but the mass destruction of new products is actually banned under german law. it's complete nonsense greenpeace. doesn't need to worry noise, we don't know of a single case where brand new clothes that could still be sold or destroyed. we don't know all 20000 companies and can't look behind every door. there may be a few cases, but we're not aware of. and amazon also feels wrongly accused and issued
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a statement, the number of product sold and shipped by amazon that have to be disposed of is only a few 1000. and we're working hard to keep reducing the number items may be donated, sold at a loss, put in storage or recycled. retailers often pass that work on to other companies. so it's not always easy to trace where textiles and then gets us to conduct a study on the disposal of stock by stores the disposal of corona surplus. no one would cooperate because all these things might just get hushed up and switch off of that. and it was only last year that germany toughened up its laws making the disposal of goods that are new or as good as new officially illegal. the law is mainly designed to create greater transparency, but well at work. most next thing is this law only applies to retailers and
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manufacturers and all the middleman platforms disposal firms in between and not included hello. in many cases, the law will remain a paper tiger that uses a few in time. so what can make a difference? maybe we don't need so many new clothes, people in germany on an average of $95.00 garments each and $1.00 and $5.00 of them never gets warning. every day activism is the best way to protect the environment. calling new all the time with electronic books and close. you can borrow rent shares. well, there are lots of models, but they may state support the only problem shopping. it's still a number one hobby in germany.
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and speaking of shopping, plastic cards like this are part of our everyday lives. plastic is everywhere with hundreds of millions of tons of plastic packaging thrown away each year, calling our past cities are rivers in our oceans. it's a serious issue so much so that this card gives you a clue about how much plastic you may even be eating without your knowledge. you know that you live in a world full of plastic. in the water, you drink and even the air you breathe. and the food you eat is full of tiny plastic particles. every week you ingest up to 5 grams of micro plastics about the equivalent of a credit card. much of that will remain in your body with as yet unknown effect on your health. a 3rd of all the plastic produced goes into the packaging that you buy
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. if you're a german, you generate an average 38 kilograms of ways from plastic packaging every year. that's more than the european average of 24 kilograms. and no matter where you live, the richer you are, the more ways to generate. if you buy things online, you'll create even more plastic waste. chances are you'll use half of your plastic products only once, and then discard them with the plastic will stick around and you and your environment for the most part, not just for your lifespan, but for centuries. here's another statistic that surprised me. every european owns $10000.00 items on average. just imagine what that adds up to for an entire family. when a household is liquidated, a lot of those possessions simply end up in a landfill. in many places, this is given rise to an entire industry clear and services that remove unwanted
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items from homes. how much of those household, goods, furnishings, and clothing can be reused, repurposed or resold? our reporter christian procedures went to hamburg to watch a house clear in service on the job and experience that brings home a lesson in living sustainably. is the typical case. fully intact home has to be cleared because the occupants of either died or going into care that these people leave it behind. horton, i know it's going to hold house to clear over 2 days. flow across the back copy is i hope you're all motivated on and that we can get this done quickly to get to call the house in humbugs. actually sub christiane wake far to own a home liquidation sin has promised the estates and that he will clear everything
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out and leave the house swept clean so that a real estate agent can sell it. thought he here we have the dining room. it's difficult with furniture right now to move the charity shop. probably wouldn't wanted and we can't give it away. but in the heavier undock of the furniture, the harder it is to find a new home for it these days like target and i gather sadly, the china cabinet is destined for the incinerator. maybe there's something in the next room that can be reused. this for the living room, we try not to just throw everything away because we see this every day. and these days it makes sense to reuse things. also a burden of waste on the environment with at least anything like that. and then the movie is why doesn't nothing fell off the living room furniture to a 2nd. hands store in hamburg every week. christiane vacant deals with new clients
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in of a mile. from the way family members approach a house very widely. we see a whole range of responses in some find it hard to say goodbye. so i might try to sort through a lot in the selves. and in some cases, it may have dragged on for years on the, on behalf of people who don't seem to care who a distance to and a project very objectively. exactly. and who would rather just get rid of it all quickly, didn't just me. and as i understand from the last calendar entry was 7 months ago, who were the people who lived here 2 children to family, one games together. the most recent inhabitant was the widow liked to knit and tend to have everything they need already and often different. so not everything
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will fit is home and you will take a photo album, mementos. but i'd say that when it comes to the furniture and most of the things a lot will be left over like 100 feet is in the teen gets down to work with the european phones, $10000.00 objects, most of the contents of this home will be thrown out 5, sun, low, the leak, and the dishes, they'll go to the city. recycling center is building rebels. it's a waste. what else can you do? i think it can be wise to depart with things. sometimes she wanted, she could keep some things for herself. is she ever tempted on her job?
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changed her in any way? there's been and there's not. i've actually switched to having fewer things myself because you notice that you don't need that much, nor they saw the household items into tubs. a few things still that can you. why can't they sell them from an old? well, someone with myra to sell it on, consignment, be a problem. wages would need to be paid. and then the whole thing would have to be probably wouldn't be worth more about most of these things that going to the 2nd hand store. they won't get much money for it, but they'll save and garbage collection fees. it's hard work. do they have a get problem it's month to month times but people don't sit around all day in the office also get back problems the job a couple of times about 40 percent of which covers transport and waste collections . how do they just clear everything out and go the mark that much?
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the real estate agent wants to be able to sell the house easily. it needs to look presentable. that's why we left the lamps inside and a few curtains so that it still looks comfortable. but most of the contents need to go out of the house could be sold for at least 600000. you raise someone a new family missing bell once again, fill it up. the 10s of thousands of new objects being efficient is key, but it's easier said than done. it's not just about getting the right policies in place. perhaps the most difficult part is changing our behavior. german economist and climate expert claudia can such knows this better than most. she explains why we need to put more energy into saving energy. the 1st one energy saving light bulb than 234. we're always hearing that we need to save energy, energy saving light bulbs can indeed save
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a lot of electricity and money to at least 100 years a year. and then we use one of the trips in a rental car, our, my little splurge. this one also uses electricity energy economics, expert claudia campus understands the dilemma. saving energy is a challenge to become how can i by lever to see more energy, we spoke miss bond in the past, what you're experiencing is known as the rebound effect. you work hard to save energy, then you have more disposable income, which you spend on more energy. we have to counteract them with targeted policies. i could see my thumb, like a carbon tax, for example, designed as an incentive to reduce energy use. that's.


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