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Clima Extremo: Os Desastres Climáticos Globais Mais Recentes, Parte 2 de 2

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Clima Extremo: Os Desastres Climáticos Globais Mais Recentes, Parte 2 de 2

E agora temos até inundações, chuvas torrenciais e deslizamentos de terra em muitos lugares, e desastre de gafanhotos em muitos lugares, declínio das abelhas, e também secas por toda parte, e agricultores - desamparados; ninguém pode ajudá-los. Isso é preocupante para o nosso mundo; algumas pessoas se preocupam que devido a tudo isso, terá escassez de alimentos.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-28   179 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-28

Clima Extremo: Os Desastres Climáticos Globais Mais Recentes, Parte 1 de 2

00:18:19

Clima Extremo: Os Desastres Climáticos Globais Mais Recentes, Parte 1 de 2

Acho que as pessoas deveriam ver estes desastres como um alerta. É um sinal de alerta, nos dizendo, “Acorde! Acorde! Acorde rápido!” Nós só podemos dar o nosso melhor para ajudar as vítimas de desastres, física, espiritual e emocionalmente. Podemos somente ajudá-las um pouco e confortá-las no momento do desastre.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-21   299 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-21

Lar Animal Jardim da Fazenda: Do Abate ao Santuário, Parte 3 de 3

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Lar Animal Jardim da Fazenda: Do Abate ao Santuário, Parte 3 de 3

Eu acho que para ele (Mike), uma vez que ele tomou a decisão que ele não queria massacrar mais os animais, foi apenas, "É isso". Ele não podia mais fazer isso. Em seu coração, ele sabia que essa era a coisa errada a fazer e ele não podia continuar. Suprema Mestra Ching Hai “Concede com louvor ambos Michael Lanigan e Edith Barabash o Prêmio de Brilhante Herói Mundial, com muita gratidão e amor par
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-14   195 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-14

Lar Animal Jardim da Fazenda: Do Abate ao Santuário. Parte 2 de 3

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Lar Animal Jardim da Fazenda: Do Abate ao Santuário. Parte 2 de 3

Eu acho que mostrar às pessoas que alguém como um fazendeiro de gado que tem estado no negócio de vender carne por tantos anos, se alguém assim pode fazer uma mudança, e pode seguir sua intuição, então realmente qualquer um pode. Isso tem sido uma lição importante para mim.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-07   224 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-12-07

Jardim da Fazenda Casa Animal: Do Abate ao Santuário,” Parte 1 de 3

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Jardim da Fazenda Casa Animal: Do Abate ao Santuário,” Parte 1 de 3

Enquanto ele estava trabalhando com ela, ele pensava em como é hipócrita dar tanto amor e tanto carinho a essa bezerra e depois, em dois anos, ele teria apenas que mandá-la para o açougue e matá-la.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-11-30   395 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-11-30

Ecoturismo: A Maneira Sustentável de Viajar, Parte 3 de 3

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Ecoturismo: A Maneira Sustentável de Viajar, Parte 3 de 3

Eu viajo com US$12 por dia e você pode fazer sua matemática quanto isso custa em um mês ou um ano. O que eu gasto em um ano é o mesmo que algumas pessoas gastam em duas semanas em um feriado. Então, você tem que se lembrar disso.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-11-07   448 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-11-07

Ecoturismo: A Maneira Sustentável de Viajar, Parte 2 de 3

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Ecoturismo: A Maneira Sustentável de Viajar, Parte 2 de 3

Our special guest on today’s program, Sebastian Guttman, is an environmentalist and vegan athlete from Germany who has chosen to use a zero-emissions form of travel with his selfmade bamboo bicycle. A champion of sustainable travel, Mr. Guttman has traveled to approximately 30 countries over the past two-and-a-half years, and plans to pause his bicycle tour during the COVID-19 pandemic. "I would h
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-11-02   305 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-11-02

Ecoturismo: A Maneira Sustentável de Viajar, Parte 1 de 3

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Ecoturismo: A Maneira Sustentável de Viajar, Parte 1 de 3

O turismo sustentável trata de cuidar do bem-estar econômico das pessoas, de cuidar de seu patrimônio e de sua cultura, e também de cuidar do meio ambiente para que possamos manter essas três coisas trabalhando juntas para o benefício das comunidades.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-26   252 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-26

Sinais de Aviso para Ajudar a Acabar com a Mudança Climática: Enxames de Gafanhotos, Parte 3 de 3

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Sinais de Aviso para Ajudar a Acabar com a Mudança Climática: Enxames de Gafanhotos, Parte 3 de 3

Meu coração dói pelo sofrimento das pessoas. Eu sinto o que eles sentem. Mas só podemos parar o desastre de uma vez por todas abordando a raiz do problema; isto é, parando a morte de humanos, e o assassinato em massa de vidas de animais inocentes.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-19   322 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-19

Sinais de Aviso para Ajudar a Acabar com a Mudança Climática: Enxames de Gafanhotos, Parte 2 de 3

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Sinais de Aviso para Ajudar a Acabar com a Mudança Climática: Enxames de Gafanhotos, Parte 2 de 3

Enquanto o coronavírus está crescendo por um lado, por outro lado, enxames de gafanhotos estão destruindo colheitas. O povo do país está preocupado. Recentemente, os insetos silenciosos começaram a atacar novamente, mais recentemente através de Gurugram da Haryana.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-12   339 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-12

Sinais de Aviso para Ajudar a Acabar com a Mudança Climática: Enxames de Gafanhotos, Parte 1 de 3

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Sinais de Aviso para Ajudar a Acabar com a Mudança Climática: Enxames de Gafanhotos, Parte 1 de 3

Bem, é um enxame de enormes proporções. Locusts do deserto estão comendo seu caminho através de grandes partes da África Oriental, e é o pior surto que alguns países por lá viram em 70 anos.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-05   413 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-10-05

Poluição por Plástico: Suas Consequências nos Rios e Oceanos, Parte 3 de 3

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Poluição por Plástico: Suas Consequências nos Rios e Oceanos, Parte 3 de 3

O plástico é um ótimo material, mas agora está contra nós, simplesmente por causa do uso irresponsável. Este é o nosso planeta; este é o nosso tempo neste planeta. Vamos fazer as coisas certas. Deixar que as gerações futuras nos vejam como uma geração de pessoas responsáveis.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-09-14   356 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-09-14

Poluição por Plástico: Suas Consequências nos Rios e Oceanos, Parte 2 de 3

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Poluição por Plástico: Suas Consequências nos Rios e Oceanos, Parte 2 de 3

Este é o majestoso Nilo, o rio mais longo do mundo, crucial para a sobrevivência de milhões de pessoas. O Nilo é basicamente uma fonte de vida para eles. Mas agora a existência do rio está ameaçada, como nunca antes. Onde quer que você passe, é tudo plástico.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-09-07   397 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-09-07

Poluição por Plástico: Suas Consequências nos Rios e Oceanos, Parte 1 de 3

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Poluição por Plástico: Suas Consequências nos Rios e Oceanos, Parte 1 de 3

O plástico é um caso clássico de como somos capazes de transformar cada benção que temos em uma maldição sobre nós mesmos. Devido ao uso irresponsável, plástico tornou-se um dos desafios mais sérios na esfera ecológica.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-31   509 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-31

Extreme Weather Events: Urgent Call for Prevention, Part 3 of 3

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Extreme Weather Events: Urgent Call for Prevention, Part 3 of 3

It is becoming increasingly clear that hurricanes, typhoons, and tropical cyclones around the world are becoming stronger and potentially more deadly as the planet warms due to the climate crisis. On May 20, 2020, it was reported that Amphan, the strongest cyclonic storm since the 2007 season, had made landfall along India’s east coast and in Bangladesh. With wind speeds gusting to more than 240 km/h (150 mph) the cyclone wreaked havoc as it raced inland, disrupting power supplies to about 5.5 million homes, and causing high tidal surges and a chaotic mess along the coast. The storm prompted Bangladesh to evacuate about 2.4 million people to shelters, while in India’s West Bengal, 500,000 people had to rush to safer locations. On numerous occasions, our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai has stated that the most effective way to stop global warming is through widespread adoption of the vegan lifestyle. “We must, first of all and the most important thing, we have to stop global warming by choosing a sustainable diet that is vegan. This will almost immediately stabilize the planet, the weather, and then we can think about adapting to the changes. I hope we don’t have to adapt, but otherwise, it might be too late if we don’t take care of the problem at the root right now.” “You know, being a leader, you are supposed to lead people into the right direction, if you already know what’s good for them. It’s your duty. But it doesn’t seem like they’re doing much, or not fast enough, because they know for that piece of meat, if people continue to consume it, then the children and the other people, children, women, men, animals on this planet are going to be harmed, hurt or killed or maimed. And the other further generations, their children, their grand, grand great grandchildren, will be burned in such an inferno because of climate change due to meat consumption, meaning the meat industry. So, I don’t know why they hesitated so long, not to talk about Heavens and hells and punishments, rewarding, nothing else. As a human, we have to take care of each other, take care of other humans and animals, the weaker, lesser beings, by doing what is appropriate to protect us and protect them. For God’s sake!”
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-26   597 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-26

Extreme Weather Events: Urgent Call for Prevention, Part 2 of 3

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Extreme Weather Events: Urgent Call for Prevention, Part 2 of 3

Apart from heatwaves and wildfires, climate change has also triggered many other extreme-weather events, including intense storms, floods, and blizzards. For example, a series of recent winter storms in the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe led to severe downpours, floods, high tides, and other extreme weather events. The first storm, Atiyah, swept across the Republic of Ireland on December 8, 2019, with wind speeds of up to 80 mph (130 km/h). Rough seas along the west coast of Ireland were also produced by the storm. After Atiyah, Storm Brendan battered the UK on January 14, 2020, bringing rain and wind gusts of more than 80 mph (129 km/h). The highest wind gusts recorded in the Republic of Ireland reached a speed of 83 mph (134 km/h) at Roches Point on the County Cork coast and 63 mph (101 km/h) at Magilligan. In February 2020, about a month after the impact of storm Brendan, Storm Ciara, called “Britain's “storm of the century,” brought more chaos as raging winds of up to a 100 mph (161 km/h) swept across the UK and northern Europe, causing widespread flooding and travel disruptions. Another storm named Gloria arrived in Spain and France. On January 20, 2020, this Mediterranean Storm unleashed its fury across Spain with high winds, heavy rainfall, and snow. The hardest-hit areas were Murcia, Valencia, Barcelona, and the Balearic Islands. It was reported that on January 18, 2020, Canada’s province of Newfoundland and Labrador was barraged by a massive winter blizzard. As a result of the storm, 21,000 homes were left without power and a state of emergency was declared in the province, banning all road travel except for disaster-related or other urgent needs. On social media, the storm was dubbed “snowmageddon,” as snowdrifts partially buried homes. The Canadian Armed Forces were dispatched to Newfoundland and Labrador to help with recovery from the historic blizzard. All of these incidents occurred due to the severe effects of climate change on our planet’s weather system. Urgent action to end climate change is desperately needed. A scientific study by Drs. Joseph Poore and Thomas Nemecek, published in the journal Science, reports that a vegan diet is the “single biggest measure that can be taken to reduce environmental pollution.”
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-22   886 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-22

Zoonotic Diseases: Nature’s Self-Defense, Part 2 of 2

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Zoonotic Diseases: Nature’s Self-Defense, Part 2 of 2

Today we’ll further explore the causes, interconnections, and solutions for our planet’s public health and economic crises. In June 2020, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) released a report entitled, “COVID-19: Urgent Call to Protect People and Nature,” urging governments, corporations, organizations, and the public to take action to restore our broken relationship with nature and thus avoid future pandemics involving zoonotic infections, defined by the report as “any diseases originating from animals and transmitted to humans.” Among the many suggested initiatives to be implemented, some to be applied by governments are: a) halt the high-risk wildlife trade and increase enforcement to combat the illicit wildlife trade; and b) introduce and enforce legislation and policy actions to eliminate deforestation and conversion from supply chains. “To talk about nature is to talk about our essence, is to talk about us. The forest, the leaves, nature, the wind, the rain – it is sacred. Everything is sacred. In my language, it's called, ‘u-tã’ -- everything is sacred. Nature and the indigenous people are the whole of harmony. The indigenous people cannot live without nature, without the river. The earth has life; it cries when it is destroyed.” Defined by The International Ecotourism Society as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people, and involves interpretation and education,” ecotourism could be part of the solution to our profits vs. planet issues. Countries such as Costa Rica, Ecuador, Kenya, Nepal, Madagascar, and regions like Antarctica already use ecotourism as an important economic activity. The WWF for Nature report also recommends “scaling up efforts to combat the trade of illegal and high-risk species at national and international levels.” Some organizations including The International Anti-Poaching Foundation and The Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit, both in Africa, are putting forth efforts to stop the illegal hunting and capturing of wild animals. And last but not least, some enterprises have virtually taken land use out of the equation. Watergen, Ô Amazon Air Water, Solar Foods, and Fairbrics are some of the innovative businesses using air as a primary source for the development of food, water, and even clothing – avoiding the devastation of forests and the conversion of natural ecosystems, as well as preventing contact with wild fauna carrying viruses not yet known to human beings.
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-17   823 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-17

Extreme Weather Events: Urgent Call for Prevention, Part 1 of 3

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Extreme Weather Events: Urgent Call for Prevention, Part 1 of 3

As various regions across the globe become hotter and drier, destructive wildfires have been growing in size, ferocity, and speed. Wildfires that caused severe destruction of ecosystems, homes, and other types of property in Australia, California, Siberia, and parts of Europe were featured on Supreme Master Television in March of this year. Unfortunately, the dismaying weather phenomena caused by climate change continue to occur unabated. Now let’s travel to the Amazon, the world’s largest rainforest, which is home to approximately three million species of plants and animals, and one million indigenous people. Brazil has had more than 72,000 forest fires so far this year [2019]. More than half of them were in the Amazon. Wildfires often occur in the region during the dry season. But there has been an 84% increase from 2018, according to Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research. Like many countries, China has also seen a number of deadly forest fires due to dramatic weather effects. On March 31, 2020, a devastating wildfire broke out in Xichang, Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture in southwest China's Sichuan Province. State television footage showed flames shooting into the sky above the city of Xichang, turning the sky orange. The fire was reported to have spread across more than 1,000 hectares of forest. In April 2020, several wildfires took place across Scotland due to dry, windy weather. More than 30 firefighters rushed to extinguish the blaze in the Kilpatrick Hills, West Dunbartonshire. Six trucks and a helicopter also arrived at the scene to help put an end to the raging flames. During the same week, similar fires were seen in the Highlands, and in the city of Dumfries and Galloway and in Stirling, a city in central Scotland. In May 2020, it was reported that more than a dozen wildfires were raging across the state of Florida, USA, burning property and prompting evacuations, as excessive heat and dry weather took place. The Florida Panhandle in the northern part of the state was among the hardest hit areas. Wildfires in at least three different parts of the Panhandle damaged or destroyed buildings, forcing more than 1,000 people to evacuate their homes. “Everything is good for people if they don’t eat meat anymore. So, they should also quit it for their better life, better health, better environment, and saving this Earth home for all to enjoy, especially for their future generations. If we don’t do it now, the Earth will be gone! It’s not a matter of personal choice anymore. It’s a planetary life-and-death matter.”
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-14   540 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-14

Zoonotic Diseases: Nature’s Self-Defense, Part 1 of 2

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Zoonotic Diseases: Nature’s Self-Defense, Part 1 of 2

“Through COVID-19 the planet has delivered its strongest warning yet that we must change our ways. Human activity has altered virtually every part of the land. As we displace the natural world, we’re destroying vital ecosystems and the biodiversity that thrives on them. We are causing climate change, harming our ability to feed ourselves, opening the door to new illnesses such as COVID-19. It’s time to listen to the planet’s warnings.” “To care for humanity, we MUST care for nature. We need our entire global community to change course. Let’s rethink what we buy and use. Adopt sustainable habits, farming, and business models. Safeguard remaining wild spaces and wildlife. And commit to a green and resilient future. As we work to build back better, let’s put nature where it belongs -- at the heart of our decision making.” “Because these infectious diseases or infectious agents are stored deep inside our wilderness. It is nature’s defense weaponry. She would release it as new pathogens that we call when we cross our limits. So, when we raise the threshold of the biodiversity loss, these pathogens – these new pathogens are emergent pathogens – are going to be released. So, it all depends on our actions. A large number of studies have shown that pathogens are in a state of undiluted equilibrium in the complex stable and undisturbed ecosystem. So, if the ecosystem remains in that state, which is undisturbed, stable, and complex, then nothing is going to happen. We are perfectly safe.” “So, in one sense COVID-19 or any other emerging zoonotic diseases is nothing but nature’s retribution. Mind that, just like the case of hornets and snakes, it’s not a deliberate murdering, you see? These zoonotic diseases are nothing but nature’s own self-defense strategy; not (an) offense, but it’s (a) defense.”
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-10   1232 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-08-10

Extreme Weather Events: Droughts Around the World, Part 3 of 3

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Extreme Weather Events: Droughts Around the World, Part 3 of 3

Today we’ll explore more about drought-induced conditions, this time in Asia and Australia. More than 66 million Southeast Asians have had their lives disrupted by drought in the past three decades. Severe drought and the construction of dams have driven the Mekong River to its lowest level in 100 years, endangering food supplies for tens of millions of people. In East Asia, a severe drought is plaguing east China's Anhui Province, leaving crops damaged and drinking water supplies disrupted in some of the hardest-hit regions, according to local authorities. A total of 45 cities and counties have been ravaged, with regions in three cities along the Yangtze River suffering from the worst drought in up to 50 years. In the past three decades, Mongolia has also been experiencing extreme droughts and water shortages due to the increased numbers of livestock animals being raised, and approximately 72% of the land has become severely degraded and overgrazed. In South Asia, a report by India’s government found that 600 million Indians -- nearly half the country’s population - are facing acute water shortages. Worst hit is the semi-arid region of Marathwada, infamous for the exceedingly high number of farmer suicides in Maharashtra. Large parts of Australia are currently experiencing the most severe drought on record. Farmers in Australia are already struggling with the drought, which has left entire towns without water, and the effects are now spreading to major population centers such as Sydney, where its five million residents were recently subjected to level-two water restrictions, which regulate garden watering, hosing of hard surfaces, and car washing. Supreme Master Ching Hai kindly shared the best way to stop global warming, the cause of extreme drought conditions around the globe, and thus save our planet, our Loving Home. “We still can rescue our home, planet home. Number one solution is vegan, organic vegan. Veganism will save our world. One of the most effective and fastest ways to reduce the heat in the atmosphere is to eliminate methane production. Methane not only traps up to 72 times more heat than carbon, it also goes away from the atmosphere much faster than CO2. So, if we stop producing methane, the atmosphere will cool more quickly than if we stop producing carbon dioxide. See what I mean? Organic vegan will produce beneficial cooling effect as it will cut down methane and other greenhouse gases which are fatal to our survival.”
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-07-27   228 Visualizações
Planeta Terra: Nosso Amado Lar
2020-07-27
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