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Solar Gadgets: Using the Sun's Energy to Benefit Humanity

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Golden Age Technology

Solar Gadgets: Using the Sun's Energy to Benefit Humanity

On today’s show, we’ll explore some useful devices that make use of solar energy to perform a variety of functions in daily life. The Sun constantly radiates its loving energy into the cosmos, and nowadays, technological advances are allowing us to make use of its energy to operate a wide array of practical gadgets. For example, solar panels covert sunlight into electricity by means of photovoltaic cells, and photoelectrochemical cells use artificial photosynthesis to convert sunlight into solar energy. Many small devices or tools powered by the Sun have also emerged on the market, making this
Golden Age Technology
2019-11-14   2116 Views
2019-11-14
Golden Age Technology

Living Simply: The Zero-Waste Lifestyle

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Living Simply: The Zero-Waste Lifestyle

That plastic bottle you just used will be around for at least another four hundred years. In fact, almost every piece of plastic we’ve ever made is still here with us somewhere. Scientists have calculated that around twelve million tons of plastic is added to our ocean every year. These pieces of floating plastic get eaten by turtles, whales, dolphins, seals, sea birds and other marine animals where they block up their stomachs.And there’s another problem. Sunlight and waves cause the big chunks of plastic to get broken down into smaller pieces called microplastics. These tiny bits of plastic
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-09-25   2216 Views
2019-09-25
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Skyler Thomas (vegan): Helping to Protect Endangered Species, Part 2 of 2

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Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Skyler Thomas (vegan): Helping to Protect Endangered Species, Part 2 of 2

In 2021, Mr. Thomas kindly set aside time for an online meeting with Supreme Master Television team members. He described how the interests of ranchers in Northern California’s Point Reyes National Seashore were at odds with native species’ well-being. In the second half of the interview, the discussion turned to the making of “Great White Lies,” Mr. Thomas’ documentary about shark-people, and the director’s transition to a vegan diet.Great white shark-people have been assessed as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) since 1996. Why did the government believe
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-12-04   340 Views
2022-12-04
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Skyler Thomas (vegan): Helping to Protect Endangered Species, Part 1 of 2

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Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Skyler Thomas (vegan): Helping to Protect Endangered Species, Part 1 of 2

Skyler Thomas, a vegan, is an educator, wildlife ecologist, and independent film producer. He has dedicated himself to fostering a harmonious coexistence between humans and animal-people living in their natural habitats. In 2009, he started a nonprofit called White Shark Video and began releasing short films of his underwater experiences. These received considerable attention and led to Mr. Thomas producing his first feature-length documentary, “Great White Lies,” in 2014. In 2021, Mr. Thomas graciously agreed to be interviewed remotely for Supreme Master Television. We began by asking him abo
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-12-03   235 Views
2022-12-03
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Innovative Technologies for Energy Storage

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Golden Age Technology

Innovative Technologies for Energy Storage

As we advance through the Golden Age, filled with groundbreaking technologies and innovations, a new wave of concepts in the area of battery energy storage has emerged. On today’s show, we’re delighted to present some energy-storage methods that represent game-changing future trends. A noteworthy example is Energy Dome’s 2022 launch of the world's first carbon dioxide (CO2) battery for long-term wind and solar power storage. The Italian start-up company’s energy storage device is emission-free and, at the same time, provides a clever way to mitigate climate change. Another novel energy storage
Golden Age Technology
2022-11-21   367 Views
2022-11-21
Golden Age Technology

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 4 of 4

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 4 of 4

On today’s program we’ll highlight recent major hurricanes. Hurricane Bonnie was the first major hurricane of the 2022 Eastern Pacific hurricane season. It began as a tropical storm and strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane. Bonnie swept through Central America, leaving four deaths in Nicaragua and one in El Salvador. Tens of thousands of people across Nicaragua were left without power and more than 10,000 homes had no water, while in El Salvador’s capital, San Salvador, roads collapsed and cars were swept away.Ian left more than two million people across Florida without power, and impacted
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-11-14   465 Views
2022-11-14
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 3 of 4

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 3 of 4

On today’s program, we’ll highlight 2022’s major unpredictable catastrophic events: earthquakes. Since 2000, earthquakes have caused 721,311 fatalities, more than three times those caused by the second deadliest disaster, storms, which have resulted in 201,485 deaths.Iranian state media reported that some 24 tremors, two with a magnitudes of 6.3 and 6.1, hit the village of Sayeh Khosh near Iran’s Gulf coast in Hormozgan province. The series of tremors flattened the village, causing at least five deaths and 49 injuries. In addition, back-to-back disasters hit Afghanistan this year. After a prol
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-11-07   418 Views
2022-11-07
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 2 of 4

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 2 of 4

On today’s program, we’ll continue highlighting the floods that occurred in other parts of the world in 2022. Pakistan’s neighbor countries India and Bangladesh have also been hit hard by unprecedented levels of flooding due to heavy rainfall this monsoon season. In the summer of 2022 floods and landslides from extreme rainfall and tropical storms also caused several deaths, damaged infrastructure, and destroyed crops in many areas of South Korea, Japan, Sri Lanka, Au Lac (Vietnam), Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, and the Philippines.On the other side of the world, residents of Dallas, Texas, USA, we
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-10-31   485 Views
2022-10-31
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 1 of 4

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Extreme Weather Events in 2022 Caused by Climate Change, Part 1 of 4

In 2022 many parts of the world went through scorching summer days when the temperature hit record highs. According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Centers for Environmental Information report, the summer of 2022 was the hottest on record for Europe and China, the second-hottest for North America and Asia, and the fifth-hottest June-to-August period for planet Earth since record-keeping began in 1880. No official record exists, but it’s estimated that thousands of people have died as 21 countries across Europe endured unusually high temperatures amid an unp
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-10-24   480 Views
2022-10-24
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Sustainable Innovations to Help Preserve Our World, Part 2 of a Multi-Part Series: Alternative Plastic Packaging

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Golden Age Technology

Sustainable Innovations to Help Preserve Our World, Part 2 of a Multi-Part Series: Alternative Plastic Packaging

Synthetic plastic derived from fossil fuels was invented in 1907 but only began being mass-produced and widely used around the mid-20th century. Since then, approximately eight billion tons of plastic have been produced. Unfortunately, it was only until many decades later that we realized the harmful effects of plastic on the environment. Recycling is not enough to tackle this issue, and we need to reduce plastic use and develop new eco-friendly polymers. Scientists from Harvard University and Nanyang Technological University have developed a sustainable, biodegradable food packaging material
Golden Age Technology
2022-10-17   566 Views
2022-10-17
Golden Age Technology

Dust and Sandstorms: Signs from Nature to End Animal-People Exploitation, Part 2 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Dust and Sandstorms: Signs from Nature to End Animal-People Exploitation, Part 2 of 2

Recently, large, severe dust and sandstorms have been happening more frequently. In 2022, a series of dust storms and sandstorms have smothered many parts of the Middle East, including Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and other areas. This series of catastrophic events caused the air to become filled with unhealthy dust particles. Thousands have been sent to the hospital due to breathing problems. Atmospheric scientists link such extreme weather events with climate change. La Niña, a cooling weather pattern that occurs in the Pacific Ocean, is usually amplified by the effects of climate chang
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-10-10   470 Views
2022-10-10
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Dust and Sandstorms: Signs from Nature to End Animal-People Exploitation, Part 1 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Dust and Sandstorms: Signs from Nature to End Animal-People Exploitation, Part 1 of 2

On today’s show we’ll present a series of apocalyptic-type extreme weather occurrences that have become more frequent around the world. Due to ongoing desertification around the world, landscape erosion has led to increased soil and sand mobility, resulting in increased occurrences of dust storms and sandstorms. These occurrences are exacerbated by global greenhouse gases caused by methane emissions from the animal-people livestock industry.In 2020, powerful winds that swept up dust and sand from Africa raced more than 70 kilometers per hour across the Atlantic Ocean, resulting in the largest
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-10-04   571 Views
2022-10-04
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Growing Problem of Plastic Pollution, Part 2 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Growing Problem of Plastic Pollution, Part 2 of 2

However, the problem of plastic waste extends far beyond cities; it occurs even in the most remote places on Earth. Currently, the world produces twice as much of this waste annually than it did two decades ago. In addition, since its outbreak in late 2019, the global COVID-19 pandemic has caused even more waste to be produced. In a February 2022 report, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) warned that the ever-growing amount of plastic waste is devastating ocean life.One of the most commonly suggested solutions is recycling. However, even when it’s recycled, plastic is still plastic. But plastic doe
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-09-26   457 Views
2022-09-26
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Growing Problem of Plastic Pollution, Part 1 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Growing Problem of Plastic Pollution, Part 1 of 2

Since the mid-1900s, humans have relied on plastic for a wide variety of uses. It’s cheap, versatile, lightweight, highly resilient, and can be used in many ways in everyday life. However, plastic has one major drawback: once manufactured, it does not decompose for approximately 1,000 years. The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) states that during the early 2000s, more plastic waste was generated in a single decade than in the previous 40 years combined. In recent decades, we’ve created a “plastic world” in which we live. Let’s look at some of the types of plastics and learn how they’r
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-09-19   549 Views
2022-09-19
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

United Nations Reports: It’s Now or Never to Stop Climate Change, Part 2 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

United Nations Reports: It’s Now or Never to Stop Climate Change, Part 2 of 2

The Report states that “human-induced climate change is widespread, rapid, and intensifying.” Global temperatures are at the high end of what modellers had earlier predicted and are increasing more rapidly than estimated. Thus, the IPCC is calling for immediate and drastic cuts to greenhouse gas emissions, stating, “Limiting warming to around 1.5°C (2.7°F) requires global greenhouse gas emissions to peak before 2025 at the latest and be reduced by 43% by 2030; at the same time, methane would also need to be reduced by about a third.”The IPCC Part II report, released on February 28th, 2022, est
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-09-12   909 Views
2022-09-12
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

United Nations Reports: It’s Now or Never to Stop Climate Change, Part 1 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

United Nations Reports: It’s Now or Never to Stop Climate Change, Part 1 of 2

On April 4, 2022, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the third installment of its comprehensive Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). The April report provided updated information on global warming and global greenhouse gas emissions, as well as on the current progress in emission-mitigation efforts. And the results are alarming. The report shows that between 2010 and 2019, annual global greenhouse gas emissions continued to increase and are now the highest in human history. Consequently, global temperatures continue to rise, causing more frequent and catastr
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-09-05   923 Views
2022-09-05
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

VeganBurg - Once Bitten, Twice as Wise, Part 2 of 2

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Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

VeganBurg - Once Bitten, Twice as Wise, Part 2 of 2

Let’s continue with Mr. Tan’s story of his journey to the United States and the opening of his VeganBurg store there. “I went into the U.S. market with the affirmation of all my reviews and testimonials from the rock star, Chrissie Hynde, who endorsed me so willingly. And our reviews were so good back in Singapore.” Mr. Tan soon realized that business in Singapore differs vastly from the USA, starting with the taste preferences of the customers. “I had to really spend almost two years, being the restaurant manager, really cooking on the grill and working on the recipe, working on the equipment
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2022-08-30   585 Views
2022-08-30
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Sustainable Innovations to Help Preserve Our World, Part 1 of a Multi-Part Series: Green Alternative Medical Supplies

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Golden Age Technology

Sustainable Innovations to Help Preserve Our World, Part 1 of a Multi-Part Series: Green Alternative Medical Supplies

The medical industry is no exception when it comes to sustainability concerns. The medical sector accounts for 4.4-4.6% of net global greenhouse gas emissions and other types of air pollution, arising mainly from the healthcare supply chain and medical waste. Researchers, healthcare workers, and companies are working to create more sustainable medical supplies to reduce this environmental impact while maintaining the ability to provide excellent patient care.Amid the deadly coronavirus pandemic, researcher Yusuf Bilesanmi and his team have developed a low-cost ventilator called ShiVent to help
Golden Age Technology
2022-08-29   680 Views
2022-08-29
Golden Age Technology

VeganBurg - Once Bitten, Twice as Wise, Part 1 of 2

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Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

VeganBurg - Once Bitten, Twice as Wise, Part 1 of 2

Today, we are excited to feature one of the world’s earliest 100% plant-based burger brands, VeganBurg, and hear from its CEO and founder. Mr. Alex Tan, who is also a member of our Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association, tells us about how it all began, including the trials and tribulations of being an early pioneer in the vegan restaurant business. “Back in 1995, my health was in a serious crisis. I started smoking at a very early age, and I actually destroyed my body system. I consulted Eastern, Western doctors. Nothing could save my life. And my life got into a serious health cr
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2022-08-23   1003 Views
2022-08-23
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

Earth Overshoot Day

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Earth Overshoot Day

The concept of “Earth Overshoot Day” was initiated by Andrew Simms while working at the UK think tank New Economics Foundation. On today's program we’ll explore what Earth Overshoot Day is and why we need to care about it.“Earth Overshoot Day is central to the science of sustainability. It’s when our demand for natural resources exceeds supply. It’s calculated by dividing the amount of natural resources that the Earth produces on an annual basis or biocapacity by the amount of natural resources that humankind uses, our ecological footprint. All of that times 365 for the number of days in the y
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-08-22   833 Views
2022-08-22
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Regenerative Farming: Restoring the Soil and Saving the Planet, Part 2 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Regenerative Farming: Restoring the Soil and Saving the Planet, Part 2 of 2

On today’s program we’ll learn that regenerative farming could play an even more critical role. Many scientists now estimate that we could reduce or even halt climate change by regenerating the planet's soil. Healthy soil has an immense capacity to sequester and store carbon. In fact, it’s estimated that Earth’s soil contains three times more carbon than the atmosphere.Conventional farming, with its constant tilling of the land and heavy reliance on chemicals, breaks down organic matter in the soil and releases much of the stored carbon, thus contributing to climate change. In contrast, regene
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-08-08   648 Views
2022-08-08
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Regenerative Farming: Restoring the Soil and Saving the Planet, Part 1 of 2

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Regenerative Farming: Restoring the Soil and Saving the Planet, Part 1 of 2

Soil is one of the foundations of life on Earth, and a key part of our global food system. Healthy soil produces nutritious food, absorbs rainwater, minimizes flooding, and reduces erosion. Soil also holds and filters water, purifying rivers and streams. In addition, healthy soil can sequester vast amounts of CO2. Healthy soil teems with life forms, including bacteria, fungi, protozoa, algae, nematodes, earthworm-people, and many others.However, today this precious commodity is at risk. The most prevalent method, known as “conventional farming,” is highly industrialized. Fields are repeatedly
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-08-01   859 Views
2022-08-01
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Humanity’s Destructive Ways are Causing the Sixth Mass Extinction

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Humanity’s Destructive Ways are Causing the Sixth Mass Extinction

Our beautiful Earth houses approximately eight million species of animal-people friends and plants that live with us. Ecological studies show that over 40,000 species are already on the way to extinction. As the loss of our lovely animal-people friends continues at an alarming rate, this devastating trend poses a colossal threat to everyone on the planet. The decline of various life forms is happening so quickly that many scientists believ e a sixth mass extinction event is now underway.Science defines a mass extinction as “around three-quarters of all species dying out much faster than they a
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-07-25   1847 Views
2022-07-25
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

European Beech: Magnificent Ecosystems of Bountiful Life

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Nature's Beauty

European Beech: Magnificent Ecosystems of Bountiful Life

The European beech tree, also known by its scientific name, Fagus sylvatica, is one of the most important organisms in the history of European ecological development. Since the last ice age and during the 12,000 years that followed, European beech forests have continually expanded to become the predominant tree species on the continent. These trees play a crucial role in supporting the existence of a multitude of flora and fauna, including human beings.Their continuation is made possible largely due to valuable pockets of UNESCO World Heritage-listed “Ancient and Primeval European Beech Forest
Nature's Beauty
2022-07-20   681 Views
2022-07-20
Nature's Beauty

The Ocean Ecosystem: Its Significance for Our Planet

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Ocean Ecosystem: Its Significance for Our Planet

The oceans are known as the heart of our blue planet because their water covers more than two-thirds of the earth’s surface, and is responsible for producing 70% of the oxygen in our atmosphere. A close connection exists between climate change and the ocean. Marine ecosystems are saltwater environments defined by their unique biotic factors such as plants, people of the marine kingdom, and microbes. These ecosystems also include abiotic factors like sunlight, seawater temperature, ocean depth, and distance to the coasts.The ocean ecosystem and its habitats play a vital role in maintaining our
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-06-20   874 Views
2022-06-20
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Intensity and Unpredictability of Storms due to Climate Change

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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Intensity and Unpredictability of Storms due to Climate Change

The increasing intensity of hurricanes, also known as typhoons or tropical cyclones, is the result of rising global temperatures caused by human-made greenhouse gas emissions. These storms are becoming more severe and destructive. Scientists tell us that as the Atlantic Ocean continues to warm, the changes in its surface temperature are fueling extreme storm activity.Dr. James P. Kossin, a climate scientist from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, says, “It’s very likely that human-caused climate change contributed to that anomalously warm ocean. Greenhouse warming increases t
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-06-13   673 Views
2022-06-13
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Shirakami-Sanchi: Japan’s Enchanting Primeval Beech Forest

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Nature's Beauty

Shirakami-Sanchi: Japan’s Enchanting Primeval Beech Forest

An archipelago on the eastern edge of Asia, Japan is a nation rich in history and biodiversity. Shirakami-Sanchi, registered in 1993, is one of 25 World Heritage Sites in Japan, situated in the mountains of Northern Honshu, the largest island. Shirakami-Sanchi, the “White God Mountain Range,” consists of the largest remaining virgin beech forest in East Asia, its wilderness area covering one-third of the Shirakami mountain range. Shirakami-Sanchi is a very important site for the study of terrestrial cool-temperature ecology and for long-term monitoring of climate and vegetation changes.The bee
Nature's Beauty
2022-06-08   723 Views
2022-06-08
Nature's Beauty

Sustainable Batteries: Eco-Friendly Solutions for Battery-Operated Devices

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Golden Age Technology

Sustainable Batteries: Eco-Friendly Solutions for Battery-Operated Devices

Many of us may not be fully aware that batteries are essential to our everyday lives. Nowadays, most electronic devices we use, such as remote controls, cell phones, laptops, and even cars are powered by batteries. As the world moves toward the use of renewable energy from the sun, the wind, and other sources, along with the rapid expansion of the electric vehicles market, the demand for electricity storage is expected to increase dramatically over the next decade. Currently, lithium-ion batteries are widely used for portable electronic devices and electric vehicles because they’re rechargeabl
Golden Age Technology
2022-06-06   1149 Views
2022-06-06
Golden Age Technology

Shining World Invention Award Recipient: Topher White and Rainforest Connection

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Shining World Awards

Shining World Invention Award Recipient: Topher White and Rainforest Connection

Topher White is an extraordinary individual, who designed an acoustic monitoring device to save our planet’s magnificent rain forests from illegal deforestation and founded Rainforest Connection, the company behind the technology. In 2011, on his travels to the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia, to trek through its vast, remote rainforests, he heard a distant sound that was entirely out of place --- the sound of a chainsaw cutting down a tree! After this shocking experience, Topher utilized his understanding of available technology and his background in physics engineering, in order to put a
Shining World Awards
2022-06-01   569 Views
2022-06-01
Shining World Awards

The Unseen Dangers of Noise Pollution

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Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

The Unseen Dangers of Noise Pollution

Noise pollution, by definition, consists of unwanted and disturbing sounds that may negatively impact the quality of life. Common sources include railroads, automobiles, aircraft, shipping, amplified music, construction sites, factories, and power plants – in other words, human activity.Not all beings are sensitive to the same frequencies. Frequencies below 20 hertz are called infrasound, while those above 20,000 hertz are referred to as ultrasound. The lower and upper limits of hearing vary by species. Some of my larger fellow co-inhabitants, such as elephant-, hippo-, whale-, and octopus-peo
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2022-05-27   876 Views
2022-05-27
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants

Shining World Heroine Award Recipient: Ou Hongyi (vegan) – Brave Environmental Activist

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Shining World Awards

Shining World Heroine Award Recipient: Ou Hongyi (vegan) – Brave Environmental Activist

“Hi, my name is Ou (Hong) Yi, and I am an eighteen-year-old vegan, minimalist, and climate activist from China. I have been striking every Friday in China over 100 times in the last two years. I am sacrificing my own education because I know there is a climate and ecological emergency in the world, and let’s go green, be vegan and save the planet. It needs all of us. Thank you.” As a young child and teenager, she always had an interest in the environment, but it truly manifested in eighth grade, when she learned about veganism and its benefits to the planet. Then, in January 2018, she had a dr
Shining World Awards
2022-05-25   1062 Views
2022-05-25
Shining World Awards

A Historic Legal Case Against Animal-People Factories Part 2 of 2

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Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

A Historic Legal Case Against Animal-People Factories Part 2 of 2

Today, we will continue with our presentation on the development of this unprecedented legal case. The High Court hearing took place on January 25, 2022, at the Royal Court of Justice of London. Dr. Alice Brough, a co-claimant of this case, is a vegan former veterinarian who used to work in the British pig-person industry. After four years of visiting animal-people in slaughterhouses, she couldn’t bear to continue watching the endless suffering brought to both animal-people and humans. She quit her job to become an activist. “You add into that the fact that it's so obviously dangerous to human
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2022-05-24   610 Views
2022-05-24
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living

The Animal-People Livestock Industry: A Hazard to Our Planet and Our Health, Part 1 of 2

17:07
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

The Animal-People Livestock Industry: A Hazard to Our Planet and Our Health, Part 1 of 2

On today’s show, we’ll take a look at our food choices and learn about how the dishes we prepare impact our health and Earth’s environment. In one such study, scientists from Oxford University examined the environmental impact of 40 major food products. Their findings, published in a 2018 issue of the journal Science, showed that “cutting meat and dairy products from your diet could reduce an individual's carbon footprint from food by two-thirds.” The study’s lead researcher Dr. Joseph Poore says, “A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2022-05-23   830 Views
2022-05-23
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Shining World Award for Earth Protection Recipient: Dr. Sailesh Rao (vegan) – Humble Endeavors to Protect Our Loving Earth

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Shining World Awards

Shining World Award for Earth Protection Recipient: Dr. Sailesh Rao (vegan) – Humble Endeavors to Protect Our Loving Earth

In 2007, Dr. Rao, a shining beacon of courage and compassion, stepped away from his prominent career in electrical engineering at the prestigious Stanford University, to found Climate Healers, a non-profit organization tasked with healing the Earth’s climate crisis. “Then, in 2005, I happened to see Vice President Al Gore's presentation on TV. I started working on it from a systems perspective. The best and fastest way to solve the global warming crisis is for humanity to go vegan. There is nothing that comes close to what that can achieve. Because it will reduce emissions by about 30% directl
Shining World Awards
2022-04-30   825 Views
2022-04-30
Shining World Awards
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