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Global Sustainability: The Future of Earth Rests in Our Hands, Part 2 of 2

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Global Sustainability: The Future of Earth Rests in Our Hands, Part 2 of 2

Over the last 50 years, we've actually exponentially moved in the wrong direction, for the last ten thousand years. But equally, that what we do over the next 50 years will determine our outcome for the next ten thousand years. As Dr.Rockstrom shares his insights on how we can restore the health of our precious planet. That we need to peak emissions of greenhouse gases no later than 2020. Must take us to a net zero carbon economy by mid-century. Let's hope we do so.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-05-28   2349 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-05-28

TreePeople: Let’s plant the future together! Part 1 of 3

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TreePeople: Let’s plant the future together! Part 1 of 3

TreePeople is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and support people to plant and care for trees in their own communities, with the goal of growing a more beautiful, greener, shadier and more water-secure city. The mission of TreePeople is to inspire ordinary citizens to take personal reponsibility for beautifying their environment. The TreePeople staff work with Los Angeles area schools, providing environmental education to approximately 250,000 school children each year; developing programs through service learning for kids; and helped to start recycling programs, where the kids take it on.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-07-30   2346 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-07-30

Indigenous Peoples: Guardians of Mother Earth, Part 2 of 2

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Indigenous Peoples: Guardians of Mother Earth, Part 2 of 2

April 22nd was “Earth Day,” an annual event observed worldwide to demonstrate humanity’s unity in protecting our planet’s environment. The theme of Earth Day 2018 is “End Plastic Pollution.” Since the beginning of Earth’s history, indigenous people have been the caretakers of the planet and made every day “Earth Day” by protecting the soil, water, plants and animals. Our ancestors were true ecologists with centuries of knowledge about environmental care and skillful conservation practices that have been passed down from generation to generation.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-04-23   2339 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-04-23

Treasured Oceans: What We Can Do to End Fish Depletion and Coral Bleaching, Part 1 of 2

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Treasured Oceans: What We Can Do to End Fish Depletion and Coral Bleaching, Part 1 of 2

With Ms. Narantuya Davaa, an environmental consultant from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, the purpose is to raise the public's awareness that the oceans are vital to humanity and share ways, we all can help safeguard this precious resource. Over the years, cause devastating damage to the natural habitat and ecological balance of the oceans, and destroyed coral reef ecosystems. In addition to overfishing and warming sea temperatures, ocean acidification adds to the detrimental effects. The real driving force behind overfishing is the demand for fish as food. Switching to an organic plant-based diet, is the foremost solution that will save our oceans.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-06-08   2337 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-06-08

Sustainable Cocoa: A Global Effort, Part 1 of 2

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Sustainable Cocoa: A Global Effort, Part 1 of 2

Through the years, cocoa cultivation has grown to the point where the crop is now being mass produced. Environmental groups and other organizations have voiced concern over the mounting ecological impact of the expansion of cocoa farming. One result of this expansion is the clearing of tropical forest areas required for cocoa farms. “Without action,” the report reads, “Ghana stands to lose all remaining forests outside its national parks in the next decade.” Fortunately, as global awareness of the deforestation caused by cocoa farming has grown, so has the increase in efforts to restore the precious tropical forests.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-10-08   2333 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-10-08

Creating a Brighter Future for Solar Energy: 13-year old Georgia Hutchinson

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Creating a Brighter Future for Solar Energy: 13-year old Georgia Hutchinson

Georgia Hutchinson, a grade 8 student from Woodside Elementary School, in Woodside, California, USA, has earned great admiration for her inventive talents. Georgia learned that it is the angle at which the sun’s rays meet the surface of the solar panel, which determines how much energy the panel can produce. She then learned that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a mathematical equation, which determines the position of the sun in the sky. Georgia wrote a computer program, which drives the motors, ensuring that the panels are always perpendicular to the sun. Her solar panels can generate twice more energy than fixed panels.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-12-17   2326 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-12-17

TreePeople: Let’s plant the future together! Part 3 of 3

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TreePeople: Let’s plant the future together! Part 3 of 3

“My heart is filled, time and time again, when I see people in their community, wherever it is, smiling because they've planted a tree.” “Trees bring greenery, peace and beauty to our lives!” Jim Hardie, Director of Operations of TreePeople, recalls some. TreePeople is a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, California, whose mission is to inspire and support people to plant and care for trees in their own communities, with the goal of growing a more beautiful, greener, shadier and more water-secure city.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-08-13   2308 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-08-13

Warming Planet and Sea Level Rise – Part 1 of 2

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Warming Planet and Sea Level Rise – Part 1 of 2

Our beautiful planet Earth is getting warmer. In 1970, Earth’s surface temperature began to increase at an average rate of 0.17 degrees Celsius per decade. For many years, the world has witnessed the melting of glacial ice in the Arctic and Antarctic regions due to global warming. And an even warmer planet will speed up this process. In addition to simply adding water to the ocean, science tells us that thawing glaciers can raise sea levels even more through a mechanism called “thermal expansion.”Higher sea levels worldwide are threatening to inundate small islands and coastal nations from Asia to the US. Beyond swelling sea waters, climatic changes that cause intensified storm surges will drive sea water further inland in low-elevation coastal zones. As saltwater intrudes into freshwater aquifers, the availability of drinking water supplies will decrease. Among other effects are the destruction of natural aquatic habitat and loss of natural resources. As the climate gets warmer and sea levels continue to rise, many residents will face climate-induced migration.Many scientific studies confirm that the global adoption of a plant-based diet is the most effective way to prevent our planet from heating up further and will enable our world to rapidly cool down. Supreme Master Ching Hai spoke about the urgent issue of climate change during a January 20, 2008 teleconference with Supreme Master Television staff in Los Angeles, California, USA. “(Can we reverse the damage that we have done to the earth?) Well, to some extent if they act fast, if the government and the people in the world act fast, maybe we can reverse somehow, yes. But I think not so quickly 100% like the primordial state of the world before. But we can like protect ourselves if we act fast, then the world will not get worse. That’s what I mean. They first have to be vegetarian and then they use their power truly. Like the way they forbid smoking. They could do that by forbidding meat as well. By citing all the harm that meat would do to humans and the planet. They can do that. Just like forbidding smoking. Forbid meat eating. Just like forbidding smoking cigarettes, and drugs, that’s also another kind of harmful drug.”
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-12-27   2306 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-12-27

The Alarming Impact of Climate Change on our Oceans

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The Alarming Impact of Climate Change on our Oceans

Today we are pleased to present Professor Dr. Mojib Latif, a climatologist and Head of Research, Marine Meteorology, at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel in Germany, one of the world’s leading institutes in marine sciences. Dr. Latif begins by explaining how climate change and human activities are severely damaging the world’s oceans.With climate change already causing higher ocean temperatures, rising sea levels, ocean acidification, and the loss of ocean biodiversity, what does the future hold for our oceans? “If we will experience something like an accelerating climate change, if there won’t be any climate protection, then we will have an additional warming in the global average of four or five, maybe six degrees, This will lead to a complete loss of tropical corals, sea level will rise by an additional one meter by the end of the century, but with strong regional variations. And finally, acidification will continue. We will, in the worst-case scenario, have pH values, by which we measure the acidity of the sea water, well below a value of 8. And well, we believe that, if this really happens, many marine ecosystems will be in danger and biodiversity will dramatically decline in response to this huge acidification. And this will be an acidification we haven't experienced for many, many millions of years and it will be at least unprecedented in man’s history.”What is the most effective thing we can do to stop global warming? According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) report, Livestock’s Long Shadow, the raising of livestock is responsible for approximately 18 percent of all greenhouse gas emission, more than all forms of transportation combined. And a more recent report, Livestock and Climate Change, co-authored by Robert Goodland and Jeff Anhang, stated that, in fact, meat production accounts for 51% of annual worldwide greenhouse gas emissions! By adopting a noble and compassionate plant-based lifestyle, we could help to save our precious oceans.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-02-28   2283 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-02-28

Къде живее Върховният Учител Чинг Хай? Част 3 от 6

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Къде живее Върховният Учител Чинг Хай? Част 3 от 6

И на някои места купих голямо парче земя за тях, например в Коста Рика. То е 12 акра, хубава земя на върха на една планина. Планината е много светла и много, много хубава и тревиста и зелена. Често ходех там преди и оставах за дълго, и всеки ден им изнасях лекции.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2019-12-16   2281 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2019-12-16

“Clear Skies Ahead!” The Global Effort Toward a Smog-Free Society

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“Clear Skies Ahead!” The Global Effort Toward a Smog-Free Society

Traveling to China ‘s capital Beijing is exciting! The Forbidden City, the Great Wall, and Tiananmen Square are among the many great spots for sightseeing! But, more frequent than ever, people in Beijing are having difficulty seeing beyond 50 meters. What causes this low visibility? It’s smog, a kind of air pollution that contains a mixture of fog and smoke particles.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-01-29   2263 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-01-29

Warming Planet and Sea Level Rise – Part 2 of 2

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Warming Planet and Sea Level Rise – Part 2 of 2

Due to increases in our planet’s average temperatures, news about melting glaciers has become more frequent. In recent years, warmer-than-usual global temperatures have caused chunks of Western Antarctica to collapse into the ocean. Glaciers and ice caps, mostly from the Arctic and Antarctic regions, respond to climate change by melting and thus contributing to sea level rise.Lately, scientists have observed a rapid increase in sea levels in the Indian Ocean. As the third largest global oceanic division, the Indian Ocean is of great importance – its swelling waters will have a huge impact on many countries due to its geographic location. Nearly 40% of the world’s population, approximately 2.6 billion people, lives in coastal zones around the Indian Ocean.Many parts of our planet will be under water if greenhouse gas emissions – mostly methane and nitrous oxide produced by animal farming – continue to warm the earth. The loss of icebergs frequently contributes to sea level rise, which in turn leads to extreme flooding around the globe. This bleak future can be prevented if greenhouse gases are significantly reduced by ending the production and consumption of meat and dairy products.During a videoconference held on June 13, 2008 with London, UK Association members, Supreme Master Ching Hai conveyed a very important message on protecting our environment and ending climate change. “If we stop the worst cause of global warming, meaning stock raising, animal breeding, then we will be able to save the planet. We have to stop the killing of man or animals. We have to stop producing animals products. And we have to stop using it, okay? The best thing is stop eating meat, stop killing animals, stop raising animals. Then the methane gas and the nitrous oxide gas will stop! And then we cut already a big chunk of pollution off our air and we cut off the global warming process. And I said already 80% of it will be cut almost immediately, and we can see the results in a few weeks.”
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2018-01-03   2262 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-01-03

Stone Village: A Model of Biocultural Heritage Conservation

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Stone Village: A Model of Biocultural Heritage Conservation

Today we present the inspiring story of Stone Village, a mountainous community located in the upper reaches of the Yangzi River in Yunnan province, southwest China. Home to 220 Naxi ethnic families, Stone Village is a shining example of bio-cultural heritage preservation.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-03-28   2228 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-03-28

Climate Crisis: Countdown to Year Zero, Part 1 of 7

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Climate Crisis: Countdown to Year Zero, Part 1 of 7

Welcome to Part 1 of our seven-part series on the Climate Crisis, featuring the illuminating documentary, “Countdown to Year Zero.” “We have been living in this system of normalized violence and we've been killing animals at such a fast pace. I mean, we kill more animals in four to 12 hours than all the humans that ever died in wars throughout human history put together.” “If you look at the World Wildlife Fund “living Planet Report,” it gives you the statistics that tell you very clearly, we have to change by 2026, otherwise, we are in big trouble. Death and extinction. This is a very serious issue. It's something that we have never ever faced before as humanity. We have been living in this system of normalized violence and we’ve been killing animals at such a fast pace.” “It takes eight pounds of grain to produce one pund of beef. We could stop destroying the forest. We could end world hunger, human world hunger, by giving that food directly to starving children. And we could save all these animals, and we could stop climate change if we just changed our diets.”
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2020-03-30   2228 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2020-03-30

Greening the Planet via Reforestation, Part 1 of 2

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Greening the Planet via Reforestation, Part 1 of 2

Dr. Lin Wen-Long is an expert in forestry and resource conservation. He also promotes veganism as the most effective lifestyle to protect Earth's resources. Dr. Lin will now discuss examples of enthusiastic efforts of reforestation initiatives currently being conducted around the world. “The Great Green Wall” , “The Jane Goodall Institute” , “Plant-for-the-Planet” . For their exceptional work to promote the well-being of Earth and its inhabitants through reforestation, they are truly noble citizens of our precious planet.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-11-29   2227 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-11-29

Indigenous Peoples: Guardians of Mother Earth, Part 1 of 2

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Indigenous Peoples: Guardians of Mother Earth, Part 1 of 2

How can you buy or sell the sky, the warmth of the land? The idea is strange to us. If we do not own the freshness of the air and the sparkle of the water, how can you buy them? Every part of the Earth is sacred to my people. Every shining pine needle, every sandy shore, every mist in the dark woods, every clear and humming insect is holy in the memory and experience of my people. The perfumed flowers are our sisters, the deer, the horse, the great eagle, these are our brothers. The rocky crests, the juices in the meadows, the body heat of the pony, and the man, all belong to the same family.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-04-22   2223 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2018-04-22

Antarctica – A “Bell-Ringer” of Climate Change

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Antarctica – A “Bell-Ringer” of Climate Change

Currently, Antarctica is one of the fastest warming areas in the world; the rate of temperature change there is three times faster than anywhere else on the planet. As a result of climate change, Antarctica is starting to melt. A new scientific report published in Nature revealed that in 2017 Antarctica experienced the warmest temperatures, lowest snow cover, and lowest autumn sea-ice cover on record.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-11-15   2163 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-11-15

Greenhouses of the Future

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Greenhouses of the Future

Because green houses can produce food under almost any climatic conditions, using far less water, and with substantially higher yields than traditional farming methods, high technology greenhouses could become even more important in the future, providing a stable source of high quality and delicious fruit and vegetables.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-11-22   2145 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2017-11-22

Plastic Pollution: Its Consequences for Rivers and Oceans, Part 1 of 3

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Plastic Pollution: Its Consequences for Rivers and Oceans, Part 1 of 3

On today’s program, we’ll examine the global issue of plastic pollution and learn how the problem began. The production of plastic is relatively new; the first manufacture only began during the 1940’s. Over the ensuing decades, we have become increasingly reliant on plastic in many aspects of our lives. If we look around us, we’ll see that we’re surrounded by plastic. Since the development of plastic products began, we have produced approximately 8.3 billion tons of the material globally. While plastic is wonderfully strong and durable, it is also an environmental hazard for the same reason. This is so because non-biodegradable forms of plastic take hundreds of years to break down. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a plastic water bottle requires 450 years to decompose. Moreover, the vast extent of environmental damage caused by plastic is raising concern, particularly with regard to marine animals. The United Nations estimates that plastic causes the deaths of up to one million water birds every year. In 2017, a dead Cuvier’s beaked whale was discovered on the beaches of Norway, after having ingested 30 single-use plastic bags. In 2019, a dead pregnant sperm whale washed up on a beach in Sardinia, Italy. When her stomach was opened, researchers discovered 22 kg of plastic waste, including plastic fishing lines, plastic bags, plastic pipes, and even plastic dinner plates. “Due to irresponsible usage, plastic has become one of the most serious challenges in the ecological sphere.” 8 million tons of plastic end up in oceans every year Plastic makes up 10% of all of the waste we generate A million plastic bottles bought each minute 500 billion plastic bags used each year 67% of fish species in California are contaminated with plastic 94% of U.S. tap water 93% of bottled water contaminated by microplastics “They are saying, by 2050 there could be more plastic in the oceans than the fish.” What items are most frequently found in the ocean? Markus Eriksen, Co-Founder and Research Director of 5Gyres Institute explains, “What’s leaving land, heading out to sea is all this single-use packaging. It’s the straws, the bags, the bottles, the cup lids, the stir sticks; all this junk that we use once and throw away.” What can we do about this ever-growing problem? What are some of the most promising solutions?
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2020-08-31   2045 Преглед
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2020-08-31

Practical Ways to Save Earth’s Precious Water

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Practical Ways to Save Earth’s Precious Water

Around the world, approximately 700 million people in 43 countries suffer from water scarcity, and by 2025 two-thirds of the world's population may face water stress. Moreover, climate change is accelerating the scale of water shortages and increasing the size of affected areas. Governments and individuals need to change their attitudes about water, and overall resource management systems need to be improved. Today, we'll learn about how we as individuals can conserve water we use each day. Think and be inventive in your daily activities, use, and try to minimize, or replace, or cut out completely what we can to have a more simple, healthy, and gentle way of living for yourself as well as for the world.
Планетата Земя: нашият любящ дом
2019-10-16   2026 Преглед
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2019-10-16
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