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the money can be a process flattery and the best laid plans often go astray. the most of us will win the game of diplomatic poker power plays and the lines is behind the climate come. it starts august on d, w. ah, this is the w news, and these are the top stories. german chancellor and la merkel has been visiting villages devastated by severe flooding. at least 156 people died. merkle says, she is horrified by the real devastation and germany must do more to tackle climate change. she met with survivors and emergency workers and promising government 8
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the latest round of peace talks between the afghan government and the taliban, and doha, have ended without a breakthrough. earlier taliban negotiators that they are committed to a political settlement and decades. a for in kindest, on both sides, agreed to continue talk next week. police and thailand, capital bank cock clash with pers has to define corona virus restriction. demonstrators are demanding the resignation of prime minister prior to know who they say is miss handing the cove at $900.00 crisis. you infections have been running at the record highs. this is dino, be news from berlin. you can find much more on our website, d, w dot com, the world, ah,
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cruise. the cruise of a walk in the woods. why this german sing it take so long? a recording device on hikes is one of the things you'll find out on today's show. and with that, welcome to your emacs here. look at what else is coming up today. st. food classic is the dinner about a german invention. did it originate in turkey and wondrous well, what places inspired j told me from tactical setting of his 1st off, we traveled to florence, italy,
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the feats the gallery is one of the largest isms in the world and holds a collection of priceless works, particularly from the renee some period is also famous for large crowds and long queues with millions of visitors, usually passing through its gates every year. is m director. i could schmidt as now launched the project or feed, see the food, the, which we'll see works displayed it up to 100 different locations across the region . napoleon bonaparte, the french emperor and military leader, is on the move again as part of a special project. portraits and sculptures of him are being dispersed from the feats the collection in florence, italy, to other parts of tuscany. packing is the biggest challenge, the painting. it moved from their wall. it is put on the tray and it is move on box, which is a double box surrounded by a policy around inside. the in order to have is soft
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inside the and the counter is putting another box and double box. and inside the reason it sort of your team and you scott, in 2 pieces in order to put the inside and not to move inside the box. the movement of the paintings and sculptures is part of a project called features or scattered feed, see which aims to share important pieces of art with other cultural institutions. the collection is normally housed in the famous 50 gallery in florence, where crowds usually floods the halls of the building to the masterpieces of art, to reduce the numbers of visitors, select pieces from the feats here being temporarily moved to other museums throughout the region. 20 works related to napoleon are traveling to a special exhibition on the island of elva to mark the $200.00 anniversary of the
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military leaders. death. by sending works of art from the fif. throughout tuscany, we are hoping to show works of art, great works of art that normally aren't being seen by anyone and that remain dormant and our storage. but also we are hoping to draw attention to some really wonderful, starkly important, but simply beautiful places throughout at tuscany. and one of those places is porter friend. i owe an elbow where napoleon was sent into exile after his abdication is french emperor, in 1814. the exhibition highlights certain time periods of his reign from his coronation to his death. ah, one of the highlights i think to be is that these painting on clay,
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which represent nepal on the day of his grounding. the addition gives us the opportunity to compare the spot rate, which is normally present at the p. c gallery. with this other one which belongs to the collection of napoleon had conquered most of europe, including italy by the early 19th century. but his dominance over italy ended with his fall as emperor in 18. 14. he died just a few years later in 18. $21.00 at the age of $51.00. ah, with this exhibition on the island of alba, we are hoping to really give back the spirit and the history of napoleon to the island where napoleon lived, and also to show some great masterworks from the feats in
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a proper context where they gained much more meaning than sharing them isolated in florence. the exhibition on elbow is the 1st in a series of defuses shows that will take place across tuscany throughout the coming months. how to listen to this. studies shows that the sounds of nature like this bird song can actually lift our mood and windsor. i often tried to brighten up my day by listening to the soundtrack of the forest. the germans sing, a song writer alexander conferred goes one step further by incorporating these elements into her own electro pump. we met hunting for new samples among the trees and bavaria. b. o.
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is in a forest near munich, hunting for intriguing nature sounds. she's brought a field recorder along to capture them. so again, and i like looking for new sounds and then experimenting on like a playground because i'm you can throw some leaves and sticks together and see what happens if it's some distance on childless comfortable house. alexandra, a project called her tree is all about these sounds in nature. later she modifies and adds voice elements and the thing the key thing she doesn't use any conventional instruments
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for you to really this is not the greatest challenge during the production stage is finding the right chords and melody kaufman tonight as well. that's a tonal question. you can't use percussion elements once also, and for that i need animal sounds on a, but you need a lot of patients for animals to show up and she released her debut album. don't try be beautiful. in 2021 exams i spent no less than 4 years gathering sounds for it. but it wasn't the initial plan is that i can you help can. they didn't really have an idea and i didn't have the intention of recording for sounds of on. and i was hiking and became so intrigued by the noises that i began recording. i
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just want to listen to it later because i liked it so much and shown fun to wait with it. she took the recordings to the studio where producer marks spindler began breaking them up, tweaking and rearranging them. creating percussion sounds melodies and baselines. fine to the did you tell him i usually manipulating the sounds like creat artifacts and textures that you won't get from plugins or virtual instruments that will implement a foolish trick here. doesn't damage animal sounds or in a certain key that makes things interesting. and you have to pitch the sounds to get them in tune. that's why everything sounds different. nothing ever sounds the same place. like never sounds the same and never sounds perfect. you never get
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exactly what you had in mind with some other things along the way. alexandra is a trained pop and jazz singer. she scoured forests in germany, austria slovenia. and even the jungle and thailand or nature sounds course on the she, the thing is difference between our forest and the jungle. said it's loud at night . they're not as loud here during night time. make a very quiet voice week on the occasional you here in our who are a dear, but not many other animals. but in the jungle, you can hear a veritable orchestra of animal noises and other sounds. he has an on saying in the melodic electro pop songs comprised entirely of nature sounds soon, alexandra tends to team up with biologists to produce even more very nature music
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from the forest to the st. danica bab is one of the most popular street foods in germany. and europe with over $400.00 tons of it, consumed across the continent every day. just like teach him a sala and chop suey. it's viewed as a dish that was invented by immigrant chest and then new home country combining established ingredients from their culture in a new way. but is that just a rumor? we investigated the dinner about his origins in berlin and bull, and also the southern german region of sway via the dinner kit. this made from grill me from the sewer, put in peter, along with vegetables and foss. this fast food is a hit around the world, and especially in germany there's a lot in it. it's a good mix and really do see i've got everything. turkey, you can only get it on
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a plate. not as a bob that was invented in berlin. nevertheless, evolve is turkish for grilled me on a spit we went to investigate and just on board in the turkish metropolis. don't a kid, bob is usually serve like here that bob isn't cheap, fast food, like in germany, beach and food blogger feed up. there has been living here since 2015 and has been researching the history of the traditional dish. classically they've done a kid by with a c found meal, you know, like we haven't served on top of rice made with them grilled vegetables. so then i started several centuries ago as basically a grill me on a skewer. danica. bob is history all across in turkey. the meat is the main ingredient in its taste isn't supposed to be covered up by salad or sauce chef
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easily spas out skeptical about the german way of cooking. turn about a red cabbage, and we find that we're red. meat doesn't go well with red cabin kato's, tomatoes, onions and bell pepper go much better with the bob in bread. we've never used red cabbage to put in turkey. it turns out that this quality veal and lamb is not only served on a plate sonic above all in the sort of more positive variety. not exactly the same as defined in germany, but more on the go. so someone invented the done it that it become ubiquitous among the western countries, which is a piece of bread usually, or another bread with lots and lots of thought. this was invented in germany. indiscreet or perhaps nets for the lean, he served what may have been germany's 1st sterner in 1969, a street fair and southern germany. i spent a lot here. the sand was here. i remember there were
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a lot of people there stunned that we had to meet right here to now if you see here, i'm positive, i was the 1st person to bring doing a cabal to germany. we need to school city if i had known back then 50 years ago, i would have had it pattened, a puffin tier. someone skipped for yellow much last. what's the show to be able take on it with some sort of meets what was time? very proud to have played a role in doing a combined history. these are gifted this is how he lear the donor ski. we're back then with beef and lamb. there wasn't any peter bread back then employed thing in southern germany. so he simply filled swavay and fred roles with yogurt, meat, onions, parsley and tomatoes. and the 1st ever dinner bob in germany was created
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put something for learn this home to the dirk about car neuron is now deceased but ran a do not joint at the zoo train station in the early 1970. or he is that who hasn't been to the n. okay, bart, there are more than 1000 turn up places in the german capital. now. some simple and others fancy. in berlin center, denise foreclosed comes up with new and unusual variations such as with mango. i think it's more of a german turkish dish network and it's a sign of multicultural friendship. i'm on a polish, we offer from the anatolia and it's kendrick about going to a gentrified berlin, mit a dinner with truffles and asparagus. this, in fact, a little fancy, a little sloppy, and yet all good for you are so good to free dinner at the turkish german success story. the delicacy
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stories. susie, as i'm just now amazing, that chest with their best tips for me to beacon diet and all the rest of the secret. welcome to my well, europe's diversity is a smorgasbord. subscribe and enjoy d. w. food. ah, we now turn the page to one of the greatest fancy rices of old time j, talking his works, including the hobbit and a lot of the rings trilogy, have inspired generations of readers. but what was his inspiration for creating these incredibly details and unique fantasy wells, john gulf, a british author and talking expert, has now released a book which aims to answer that question. we met him in oxford, where talking spent most of his life,
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the magical landscape transposed into the cinematic version of middle earth, a fictional fantasy world, world war between good and evil is being waged on a grand scale in the hobbit and lord of the rings. british author, j. r. r. tolkien thought up to the setting for his novels and described it in detail. but he himself spent most of his life in oxford. in his book, the world of g. r. r. tolkien. john garth describes what places inspired the british fantasy. author vicki's college foot whole. he was professor of english language and literature from 945. this was when he was just nearing the end of writing a lot of the rings. he was writing the the last 2 books, including the battle scenes minister is a fantastic medieval city. and if you're inside there inside the quads,
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the quadrangles is very much like being inside a medieval city. ah, but oxford wasn't the only source of inspiration for ministerial. the capital of gondor literary works also played a role such as the divine comedy by dante allegheny. this is an interpretation by italian painter, sandra about italy. me, he just use whatever was convenient to him. he use the scenery around oxford, the borrowers, the standing stones in the hills or adults and things like that. he used, i believe, memories, scenes from walks. he had been on to so confused memories, fantasy and reality together. and one place that surely inspired him was barrington bol, the tower near oxford. it resembles the towers of the else, or the tower of the sorcerer ceremony in eyes and guard. mm. so this is starting to fully 936 painting of the tower and the landscape is used by shell oil and
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its petrol advertising. and it knows, he said he 7 talking painted now the very famous picture of hobbits and of a hill where bilbo baggins lives. and i believe strongly that if you look at that painting, you can see distinct similarities. dylan landscapes of the english countryside of tokens, childhood also influenced his image of the shire home to the hobbits. his idea of habit houses overgrown with grass, possibly came from tales that i slander pears, told his sons about trolls and pete covered houses. so places he had never seen himself, also made their way into his fantasy world talking in travel much, but i think i was actually for practical reasons. he had a very, very memorable trip to switzerland and 1911. and i believe he actually went up the
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river right to get there on the, on a river boat. and both of these things seem to have inspired a great deal of, of what he wrote. i mean, any, any mountain scene in the hospital. but a lot of things goes back to that source trip in iowa, in one place in the swiss alps that stuck in tokens. memory was the picturesque town of lout up on the rift valley home to the else was modeled after it. later in the films, more visual touches were added and tokens, voyage through the ryan valley also appears in his books with the andrew and river . the pillars of the kings in argonaut may have been inspired by ancient statues. perhaps of egyptian barrows, ah, and there was one more source of inspiration to be found in oxford. this is a very famous tub. the eagle and child were talking and his friends including c. s . lewis, the known it used to meet every tuesday. also they,
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they would do all the things they went for a country walks, sometimes they went on walking trips, and i think some of that fed into the descriptions of the hobbits walking in the shop. even when the hobbit spread through the scenery of new zealand, the influences of us that you are clear to see with his books g, r, our token, made the foundation for a visually stunning world. and this goes to show just how far you can travel. even in your imagination from tell kings imagination, we had to real fairytales setting in switzerland. the estate of bruno v about new york is decorated with fantastical and mythological artifacts, as well as other worldly structures. leaving you wondering whether you have dived straight into a fantasy world. we took a tour of the deceased artists unique sculpture pock,
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a summer in northern switzerland. it's a little more, really unlike any of the defense has an oracle world office. he devoted nearly 50 years, shaping a house and gardeners borne entirely of his own imagination, inhabited by countless fantasy in theory, time of creatures. he lived with his wife, maria unavailable until his death and 2011. no mystery to her. what inspired his visions, national very tales and miss, we're definitely an influence. we always use to read to each other before bed and i'm laughing when he loved places of worship, especially gothic cathedral should call to draw what then he'd also create from his imagination an english ships. i've still got portfolios full of ideas. he would have liked to make a reality to november was a painter architects and sculpt the whole one. he lived with 4,
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and in his work to the years, his wife maria unavailable collaborated. she cast the concrete figures and still together with the grandson. she lay the mosaics and shows visitors around the park and residence. she said, i'll show you the house, come in. the smith. i'd like to show you the forest garden that bruno symbolically depicted and miss bass from august in touch. here you see the forest animals, the small that the bush is still in the camp fire for you like the kind you'd build in the woods. i want to go off monday and here you see a sculpture that merges the human and the animal and serve as the china cabinet.
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ah, family eats either at the table in grills or at the transparent butterfly table with its winged chair. ah, take it everywhere, you can discover halls and passageways, film and excuse me. the family bathroom on the 2nd floor is done up like a stomach type case started with colorful gems. the spacious bath tub was intended for the weber's twin daughters to have fun in the bedroom right next door has a positive and cheerful atmosphere coming down. now we're entering the least room. the sun flowed into and in spring,
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it shines right onto the bet. so the real sun shines through the sun medical tiffany glass glass. ah, the next flora has the next surprise in store the still room. highly original retreat based on octagonal floor plan, with an unobstructed view of the heavens above the me. a table and chair here where he drew maiden designs and read or whatever. so he wouldn't be disturbed. you know, visitors were allowed up here to did this in this room was also used for celebration a wedding, for instance. the bruno vapor park itself is a massive celebration of unbridled imagination coming out. it's almost
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a shock to reenter the regular work at a world of molten switzerland with its factories and smoke stacks, rice outside the k. well, that marks the end of our journey today. but you can find much more european culture and lifestyle on our website. and that's also where you can take part in our price drawer, where we are giving away a stand up panel. just let us know what your favorite summer sporting activity is. best of luck, and bye bye for now. the the
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the fight against the corona virus pandemic. now has the rate of infection the developing measures are being taken. the what does the latest research say? information and context. ah. the special monday to friday on d, w. i. the intake level 3000. this week we find out how young people in uganda turning their dreams into reality. we learn about the potential solutions for global
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food waste and we need to help us documenting the effects of global warming in the hell more than a 3rd of our planet is made up of deserts and dry lands and that percentage is rising every year. an additional 70000 square kilometers of fertile land turns to desert. the main causes a deforestation, overgrazing and the over use of water resources, one of which deplete the soil of essential minerals with temperatures set to rise, save the coming decades. the rate of desert, if occasion is likely to speed up considerably more to scarcity is already a problems for 1000000000 people. most of them in africa, the world's risk index says the situation is to take up considerably more. scarcity is already a problem for 1000000000 people, most of them in africa. the world's risk index says the situation is particularly
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precarious in the health region. late chad and west central african people here have lived for fishing and farming for thousands of years. it appears that at 1st glance, but one of the world's biggest environmental catastrophes is unfolding here. 20 years ago, the lake surface shrank by 90 percent. and now climate change has brought extreme, whether that's destroying the local farmers livelihoods. photographer andy spiral is working on a photo project. it documents the effects of climate change in the entire so how was the last reporter in the region before the outbreak of the corona virus and demick back home in germany, africa. the problem seemed far away. still, they have a direct impact on europe. 80000000 people live in the hell
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region. their livelihoods will be taken away in the coming years in decade lives, the people have to go somewhere and go. they will mentioned just a matter of where in on lake chad experience 1st hand, how the climate catastrophe and lead to conflicts or terrorism and adver key extreme weather is getting worse, harvests are feeling, and large parts of lake chad can no longer be traversed. because nature can no longer provide for the people here, there are intense fights over the remaining resources. entire villages have been burned down the road to villages that ended up in war with each other. and it was clearly about resources. and so it was but access to water, access to food and fishing rights, the conflicts of the weapons they use. whereas archaic, the landscape spears bows and arrows,
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tiles of people die on lake shot each year due to the regional complex that have been brought. the region like a non conflict, not interesting. and the spiral has photographed and syria, afghanistan and in the balkans. he shoots with a wide angle lens, which means he has to get close up to people. expiring work isn't limited to farmers. he also photographs warlords islamic extremists, women who have been raped. he understands the interplay between hunger, war and religious extremism, from seeing them 1st hand, including, unlike chad, unfitness around drives around the lake at night and recruits young men of $4500.00 and a $47.00 is very enticing to someone who is livelihood is disappearing. in the academic williams, clint luggage from the car for him. fine, we're also went to nigeria where the conflict between the nomads and the farmers has been escalating for years. it's now one of the bloodiest civil wars in the
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world for a week. inspire a company, muslim fulani no matter if they drove their cattle. heard the southward during the dry season, but dwindling passenger caused the situation to explode. when full money heard of greens done farming land, the farmers shut the candle, the nomads burned down the farmers villages in retaliation. those believe they are in the right and the government is unable to resolve the conflict with the speed of the under the laser. we heard the other side of the story. don't we went to the christian farmers and listen to their version of what happened on this one village called berry was completely destroyed by the fulani people. dozens of people were massacred. people were compensated and they took the heads with them. it was very brutal. ah, in lonely internal conflicts meant to a military coup. truth march through the streets of the capital, obama co enforce the president, quito, foreign minister, the thing to resign. the, not even the deployment of the german military,
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which had been in the country for 7 years, could prevent the total collapse of the government in march and anti spyware was multi an area that was once popular with tourists. today the region is isolated and millions of civilians suffer violence. there are calla fits and ethnic militias, but no government. molly hasn't been safe for quite some time. the me, me, me minister down, we went to visit there with the prime minister and there was an armed unit, a kilometer, long's on least a 100 vehicles just so we could visit the village. says a lot about the security. there was me more than 2000000 people from the lake chad region, have flint due to hunger, war and extremism. anti virus, provocative pictures, show the impact this has on people and how violence needs to trauma and devastation
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. or they have no choice but to flee. and they won't be me tongue, there is on the rise all over the world. it now affects around 820000000 people. and yet some 1300000000 tons of food wasted every year in developing countries. this is often down to a lack of infrastructure as a result on average $6.00 to $11.00 kilos of food, a wasted this way per person, per year. in industrial nations, that figure is 10 times greater retailers and consumers often toss out food just because it no longer appears fresh. extending the shelf life is produced could improve the situation. dawson, did fruits and vegetables rotting in feels or during transportation to consumers.
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according to the un food and agricultural organization or f, a o, some 14 percent of food is lost after harvesting. and before it reaches the market retailer. if you go to a particular country or particular, you are likely to see varying levels of food losses. and these, depending on the situation, would go up even to 50 percent. if you're talking about, let's say fruits and vegetables, for example, if the firm does not find the market for that particular food product in a timely basis. now this is huge amount of food and if you convert it into monetary quantities, this is a lot and if you read it as well into a loss to the environment or the environmental impact that is also huge. when that happens, water, pesticides,
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and resources used for transportation or all waste as some 7 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions can be traced back to food loss and waste. the chief causes include problems of transportation and refrigeration. the pan from harvest. the kitchen table is a race against time. a california based company appeal sciences might be able to help founder james rogers and his team have developed a liquid that could extend the shelf life of fruits and vegetables. appeal is a little exactly like it sounds peel that we apply to the surface of fresh produce . you can't see it, you can't, you can't do it. but it slows down the factors because the fruit to age help, even without refrigeration appeal as a liquid coating that dries into
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a kind of edible skin. the coding helps the produce last up to 4 times as long that buys time, time to transport, the produce to storage, and to ease 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 the 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 properties in order to give them the same kind of protection that you'd have on women. on a cucumber or on a dutch wholesaler nature's prize cell,
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some $120000.00 tons of fruits and vegetables a year. the 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. spoilage and waste is a common problem in the industry, but the company hopes to minimize these losses in the future. so so 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 a, we can reduce the weight, was 50 percent at the retail level. food that used to live in the trash can now be sold every day. natures pride treats 6 tons of cars with appeal before sending them to supermarket shelves across europe. the main customers are in scandinavia, germany,
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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 certain is 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 weapons. so far, the new technology is mainly being used by large companies. smaller ones can't afford it. but a few 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 taishan costs and increase the quality. so it's not a, it's a way. ready for a some,
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a small producer to grow something that's intrinsically valuable to collect. some of that about extending the shelf life of projects will help. but it won't end the problem of food loss and 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 by what they'll actually ease this week in global ideas. we look at employment opportunities. how can jobs be created for young people while at the same time protecting our planets and its resources? just outside the uganda and capitols come parlor are reported. julia montgomery visited a learning hub, which encourages young people to turn that creative visions into reality. our house collapsed on the deputy when mother died from the endurance suffered. they tend to my pin for post into motivation. i never knew that's what i'm doing when ton
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this big to me on to the environment. i fought, and now i thought discriminated because of my often falling see from malaria. i am now part of the solution in my country to people. each with a vision journal baker produces says, with a sense that repels mosquitoes. according to the un, every 2 minutes. a child under the age of 5 dies of malaria. even if i'm not living or the kids that are suffering right now, i am actually saving the ones that i can. jo, mary consumer is founder and director of between business up cycle africa, which builds houses, others, recycled plastic bottles. so we are transforming the list of questions in africa into employment opportunities for among those groups of people. so we called
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selecting affordable homes given the annella vega, our graduates of the social innovation academy, sina facility is located in the town of peavey about 30 kilometers south of uganda capital component here, young people, including orphans and st. kitts learn how to develop their ideas into successful businesses. due to the code of 19 pandemic, only a few students are currently able to attend classes on campus. it is not giving them information like a teacher. this is what you need to do or does is the right answer, but helping them to discover their own answers to understand. what are the next steps, what are the goals? how can they achieve what they want to achieve? jim and social entrepreneurs, enzymes, unfounded. c, 920144 people who want to build their own career path. the academy is financed by their nations. it's been over 10 years since i bought mit joan and john mary. well
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volunteering in an orphanage. they've known each other a long time. that one quickly realize that a lot of young people in uganda has no for more work. the country has one of the youngest and growing populations in africa, especially in your going to. people are not prepared to, to work together to present themselves, to ask critical questions to find down solutions don't answers. and we'll learning that insane. and that's why often not everybody will be coming into bernard, but many of our call as well that i've been insane. i have found job one of the solutions to compiler with plastic waste is a huge problem. $350000.00 tons of trash accumulates in the ugandan capital every year. and then the house of it is disposed of much of the plastic lands on this
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trench them. recycling isn't common here. john mary consumer pays the young fresh, connected together bottles that he can then use to build houses every time i come the on the i do like new some money from other people to do, for example, is likely all dipping all vitamins. going to give me a lot of hope that even the future in addition will inhibit the hosting plan. it's that we, we have done, or we have predicted from plastic with s is pressed into the plastic puzzle to make bring many women where it will could be mis business, giving them the chance to end their own money. why pulling it up saying the wages were raised recently. i mean, phenomena school fees. now i can pay my daughter's university tuition and give her the opportunity to graduate it up to the consumer says
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the houses are cool inside. even on hot days, his business has already constructed more than 100 buildings using with 3000000 plastic bottles in the process. let me see if the corona virus pandemic commissions have slowed. but there is funding coming in from abroad. we are revising different solutions on the way we can be able to survive as a company. however, we also good some people who came around to support us. for example, we go to some funding from i care, an ottoman that decided to support us in, especially in the lot of coffee denine to this woman's supplies. joan l. baker with lemon grass. the key ingredient in history, keeping symbolic sign these days for free, before the curve at 19 crisis, she sold his head to tourists and hotels for a higher price. so she could keep the price down for locals. know that there are
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hardly any tourist. she's expanded here online business. it helps that the folks effectiveness has been scientifically verified to give you data while longer names in the past. yeah, people often got sick with malaria, especially children. since we've been using the so it's been a while since anyone here has had malaria and the refugees settlement, nikki yvonne, a in west and uganda. it provides shelter for more than 100000 people to fled to violence in neighboring countries, such as south done. many people have lived here for years, including victimised, eager, together with ins, eyeball. and he brought the senior model to nike valley. finding work tends to be even harder for refugees than for young uganda. a few of victors chinese have already been awarded prize money at music festival
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in that settlement, that lot of young people with no money and skills. people who don't have no more chances to go to school as in those are no open communities. we come through like that, they can do. you cannot only depend on ads, but they can also doing something good to live in the that the horrible. so been said doug, because of kind of 19 senior branch in south africa had to be put on hold. what? nevertheless, at hans, i bon remains convinced that senior will say a toss in most success stories like those of john mary consumer and joan baker. i have a vision to make my country is bit up please. i have a vision to make africa instead of running away from it to make it a better place. if my when mother hup in to see me now,
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i know it will be proud of me. yes. stick to your own agreements. the words a simple, the concern is. the agreements are of course those set on climate change in paris in 2015. the fridays to future protests have turned into a worldwide movement of people, young and old, calling for governments and individuals to get a handle on global women. they say shared responsibility to act something one community in northern finland has taken to heart. this is northern finland, the baltic coast, after hitting the sauna, nothing beats a quick dip in the cold river. me a very refreshing. when you hear the water, you really feel like
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a part of nature. lot of it is on say said the man, we live right in the middle of nature, set them aside. we can enjoy the water pick berries and go hunting for yo yo, miss out. it's important for us that we can grow our own food here. and that we have the forest and access to nature in general. terms name is spelled lie and i just as simple and straightforward as the town itself, a few roads to supermarkets and just under $10000.00 inhabitants. he is considered one of europe's greenest communities. the town has managed to reduce it, c o 2 emissions by 80 percent. i don't think see if they can be interest climate change. it's not on the way it's already. yeah. and we've
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understood that it's not just the big players that have to make the change. mind must think we have to be a part of the change as well. that made the key to the success has been creating incentives that everybody does their part in finland. daycares and schools children are taught how to protect the climate. thank you. let's do it all begun with 5050 projects. we tried it out in 3 schools. the children monitor the water and electricity use and get paid half of what they've saved the school. and those utilities then they can buy something with the money. the project was so successful that it was expanded to all the schools in daycare centers in the in the past 10 years, residents in the have reduce their energy consumption by heart and the children of use the money saved by toys plants, even the pool table that those should come out,
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those are carrot, like, be ready now. me the town of the, surrounded by unspoken nature, as well as some of europe's largest peet fox. for centuries piece was burned here at the source of energy, but they're also vast reservoir as a c o 2. protecting them keeps that c o 2 as the atmosphere. ah, this is minute. hold call is from e. he bought large trucks in the nearby p bugs and made them protected areas. i know we can only change if every person and every family does their part, whatever they can. doing large and small things is what we need to help fight climate change. see, the civil of some of scandinavia is told us wind turbines are located in the non renewable energy heating or the pollutes the air. for example has been banned. e
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relies on its own wind and water and produces 10 times more green energy than the town needs. an ear and 4000000 euros a year, selling its left over electricity into we've had many discussions about wind energy item about the noise, for example, and the light on the countryside and how wind turbines disrupt community. life was still at the state of the 60 new wind turbines are being planned for construction around the outer edge of a primeval forest. not one tree has been details here in the last 100 years. listen a lot and you won't be able to conceal the wind turbines, the 300 meters high and set up only a few 100 meters from the spot soil. yeah. it's a common goal to protect nature and e, as i say, we need the wind power, but we also need to protect the surrounding, and i'm not on the way. so in the mail, it's like a puzzle, but in the end we have to put all of the pieces together to find the best
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compromise about. protecting the climate is indeed a massive puzzle. what impact can a little town have and such a global problem? the big one according to the people of for one thing they can set a good example. what works for remote corner, finland just might work for the rest of the world to that's all from level 3000 this week. thanks for watching. do you have any comments or feedback do right to our level 3000 at the w dot com the the me the
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