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Planet Earth: Our Loving Home

Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 2 of 4

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Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 2 of 4

The little crane is really intelligent. When I met him at the farm, he stood on the ridge and called "jiu jiu-jiu," "jiu jiu-jiu." One "Jiu" and then two more. He would call like that. How strange! He's very intelligent and sensitive. When the lotus flowers are blossoming, there are many tourists. The little crane wanted to peck at people all the time. But when I went to him and scolded him, he did somewhere else. It's true. This little crane is like a person and understands people.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-15   5875 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-15

Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 1 of 4

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Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 1 of 4

The migratory birds begin to fly to the south, looking for a warm habitat. This is the first Siberian crane to visit Taiwan(Formosa). Mr. Zheng Jun-Huang, a kind-hearted farmer who grows vegetables without using pesticides. Therefore, Mr. Huang’s farm has become the favorite dwelling place of the little crane. “Hero” plans to grow Mr. Huang’s Xionghe Rice through contract production, hoping to bring more good responses, attract. In the future, using no fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. So, you can see that the little crane is flying freely here.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-13   5773 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-13

Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 3 of 4

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Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 3 of 4

When I look back at this story again today, I realize it's not just about the little crane's amazing journey, but about mine as well. It was a turning point in my life. Because of this little crane, I had the chance to see through his eyes. I went to his habitat, the place to spend the winter, and the place where he was born. I visited Siberia, Poyang Lake, and Momoge. I learned about the harsh environment of his habitat. It's very difficult.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-20   5148 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-20

Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 4 of 4

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Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 4 of 4

Due to global warming and climate change, the water level gets too high or too low in the habitat, so the White Cranes can’t find enough eelgrass to eat. Then they move out of their habitat center to look for food, causing conflict between humans and the cranes. This might be the reason their appearance has been newly recorded in the last two years in Japan, Taiwan (Formosa), and Hong Kong. In Spring, the cranes start to fly to the north, leaving Poyang Lake as their winter habitat and flying for 2,000 km towards the northeast to Momege Nature Reserve in Jilin Province of Northeast China.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-22   5146 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-22

Creative Transformations of Plastic Waste

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Creative Transformations of Plastic Waste

Plastic is very inexpensive, easy to produce, light, and can be used in an incredible amount of ways. However, with all these benefits, there are enormous costs. About half of all plastic is used just one time and then discarded. Our beautiful seas are now an immense rubbish bin that no one empties. To degrade and the pervasive plastic shopping bag can take 10 to 1000 years to decompose. Many brilliant individuals, organizations, and companies around the world care deeply about this issue and are working to take a portion of the unending flow of plastic waste and give it new life.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-04-03   4966 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-04-03

The Joys and Benefits of Organic Farming: Interview with Mr. Helmut Butolen, Part 1 of 2

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The Joys and Benefits of Organic Farming: Interview with Mr. Helmut Butolen, Part 1 of 2

The greatest challenge for an organic farmer is always the climate. We live here in a cold temperate climate. But has changed a lot in the last 20 years and it comes again and again to bigger dry periods and then to strong rain again. It’s not as it was 20 years ago. You have to cope with it. You have to make sure that you select your plants correctly and choose what you grow correctly. The second big challenge is of course that we have no plant growth in winter. But the customers also want to be supplied in winter. This means that you always have to make sure you have good storage facilities and a sufficient variety even in winter.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-06-10   4443 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-06-10

The Joys and Benefits of Organic Farming: Interview with Mr. Helmut Butolen, Part 2 of 2

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The Joys and Benefits of Organic Farming: Interview with Mr. Helmut Butolen, Part 2 of 2

There are a lot of people who say, “I’d love to try that, too.” It’s not as difficult as it looks. You have to start the whole thing slowly and with a sense of what is appropriate. We also do small courses here. That is, everyone who is interested is invited at any time and can learn how to grow vegetables efficiently here. To extend the season for growing vegetables, Mr. Butolen has constructed a homemade greenhouse.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-06-12   4191 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-06-12

Tyi Sheng Organic Farm: Ensuring the Health of Planet Earth, Part 2 of 2

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Tyi Sheng Organic Farm: Ensuring the Health of Planet Earth, Part 2 of 2

Mr.Wu began farming organically when he was only 20 years old because he believed that it was the way to a sustainable environment. Approximately 30 years ago, he created Bi Lo Cun Organic Farm. Today, Bi Lo Cun Organic Farm supplies over 500 shops. Over the years the farm has also helped the indigenous people of Taiwan(Formosa) to regain their farming skills, creating hope that future generations of the indigenous people can return to their origins. Today he will share some farming tips, that is a very natural way of farming.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-04-17   3911 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-04-17

Tiny Houses: An Eco-friendly Way of Living

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Tiny Houses: An Eco-friendly Way of Living

Many eco-conscious people choose to live in tiny houses. They require fewer materials to build than traditional houses and so are highly economical. They also use less energy to run, require fewer resources to maintain, and help minimize household clutter, which in turn reduces the time needed for cleaning and organizing. Therefore, tiny homes offer owners more time and freedom to relax, travel, or partake in other beneficial activities. What’s more, some tiny houses are small and light enough to tow, having wheels rather than foundations, and others can float.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-07-01   3853 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-07-01

Veganic Farming with Leo Sanchez, Part 2 of 2

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Veganic Farming with Leo Sanchez, Part 2 of 2

We take a close look at the organic vegan farming methods and techniques utilized by Leo Sanchez in his veganic farm, to ensure that he produces to ensure that he produces a variety of high-quality, nutrient-rich, chemical-free and healthy while maximizing available organic vegan products, natural resources, combating climate change, maintaining the health of the environment, and preserving the natural vitality of the soil. The efficient and effective use of available resources is an important principle in organic farming, as explained by Leo Sanchez.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-25   3722 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-25

Veganic Farming with Leo Sanchez, Part 1 of 2

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Veganic Farming with Leo Sanchez, Part 1 of 2

An organic farm is using non-conventional practices, having multiple crops, that aren’t exactly one variety. We basically encompass everything that is organic agriculture. So, we apply organic practices. We make sure that our land is suitable for organic production, but we do not use any animal byproducts, so no animal fertilizers, no fish emulsion, no cow meal, no feather meal, no herbicides or pesticides, it’s being in complete compliance with nature. Rather than harming nature, we try to find a symbiotic relationship with nature, working with the environment around us, rather than degrading it.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-18   3485 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-18

The World’s First Single-Use Plastic-Free Flight

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The World’s First Single-Use Plastic-Free Flight

Today’s show will explore how airlines are moving towards using more sustainable catering products and highlight the landmark event of airline not utilizing any single-use plastics onboard a flight. Currently, we produce more than 300 million metric tons of plastic waste every year, which equals the weight of almost the entire human population. Not only do we have plastic pollution in our oceans, we even create plastic waste in the sky! Fortunately, more and more airlines are taking steps to stop the snowballing plastic waste pollution.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-11   3445 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-11

Algae: Earth’s Most Essential Organisms

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Algae: Earth’s Most Essential Organisms

Algae are among the most important organisms on Earth as they produce 50% to 85% of the planet's oxygen. Trees perform this function as well, but because our beautiful world is made up of much more water than land, aquatic plants such as algae produce most of the global oxygen supply, a vital life source for all beings. Microalgae, more commonly known as phytoplankton, are found in both the benthic (sea floor) and littoral zones of oceans and rivers. As photosynthetic organisms, these plants play key roles in the ecosystems of oceans and are the basis of the marine food chain.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-04   3374 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-03-04

Greta Thunberg - Teenage Heroine Encourages Wolrd’s Leaders to Become Sustainable, Part 1 of 2

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Greta Thunberg - Teenage Heroine Encourages Wolrd’s Leaders to Become Sustainable, Part 1 of 2

Greta is a caring vegan schoolgirl deeply concerned about the disastrous consequences of global warming. That is why Greta is working hard to encourage governments worldwide to take practical measures now to reduce and eventually halt global warming. In August 2018, Greta went on a “School Strike for the Climate,” an act which has earned her widespread recognition. She has spoken to thousands of people, and was invited to address world leader at the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24) held in December 2018 in Katowice, Poland.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-04   3326 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-04

COP-24 - World Leaders Call for a Sustainable Planet, Part 1 of 2

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COP-24 - World Leaders Call for a Sustainable Planet, Part 1 of 2

From December 2-14, 2018, the United Nations Conference of the Parties Climate Change Conference (COP-24) was held in Katowice, Poland. Which called for a worldwide reduction in greenhouse gas emissions to curb global warming. And that we have just over a decade to bring emissions under control. According to scientists, livestock raising is responsible for approximately 51% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Now really, it’s very important to reduce the meat consumption, to change our ways to produce and to consume if we want to fight against climate change. It’s good for you. It’s good for the planet.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-18   3283 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-18

COP- 24 - World Leaders Call for a Sustainable Planet, Part 2 of 2

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COP- 24 - World Leaders Call for a Sustainable Planet, Part 2 of 2

According to scientists, livestock raising is responsible for approximately 51% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Thus, many scientists recommend adoption of a vegan diet as the most efficient and effective way to reduce such emissions. We need to balance how we produce, how we consume, and meat is one of the factors in the emission of greenhouse gases. And I think one of the most important aspects of being vegan is you’re going to try to save the world. Vegan is a way of life.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-25   3266 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-25

Greta Thunberg - Teenage Heroine Encourages World Leaders to Become Sustainable, Part 2 of 2

00:21:06

Greta Thunberg - Teenage Heroine Encourages World Leaders to Become Sustainable, Part 2 of 2

In today’s program, we learn about her suggested solutions to climate change, and the powerful effect this resolute girl is having on people around our globe. To stop planetary warming, Greta has made three fundamental shifts in her life. Firstly, she adopted a vegan lifestyle. Secondly, she stopped flying; and thirdly, she buys only what is truly needed. “School Strike for the Climate.” “I speak on behalf of Climate Justice Now.” Greta has also been gaining international acclaim for her work on climate change.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-11   3136 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-02-11

Dr. Jaiphet Klajon: Leading Organic Farming and Natural Remedies for Health in Thailand, Part 2 of 2

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Dr. Jaiphet Klajon: Leading Organic Farming and Natural Remedies for Health in Thailand, Part 2 of 2

Microorganisms are small living beings which are commonly found in the air and the soil. They are even in our bodies. The medical profession has found that, for example, in cases of people with gastrointestinal tract diseases, who cannot use antibiotics, they will take the microorganisms from people who have strong intestines, people who eat vegan, to replace it in the same area of the intestine of people who have infectious diseases. The important thing is, microorganisms decompose plant remains, animal remains, and they decompose organic matter to become humus, to become fertilizer. This is the role of the microorganisms. The free training camps regularly organized by Dr. Klajon, many organic farmers now carry out their farming practices in a way that respects Buddhist principles.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-01-28   2973 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-01-28

Dr. Jaiphet Klajon: Leading Organic Farming and Natural Remedies for Health in Thailand, Part 1 of 2

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Dr. Jaiphet Klajon: Leading Organic Farming and Natural Remedies for Health in Thailand, Part 1 of 2

Dr. Jaiphet Klajon is a committed specialist in Alternative Medicine and organic farming. He is the Director of the Buddhist Medicine Foundation of Thailand. Dr. Klajon offers his services in accordance with the “Sufficiency Economy” ideal. The main things that they do are Health, Tripitaka, Organic Agriculture Camps. He emphasizes that adopting an organic vegan diet is one of the most powerful ways to restore good health.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-01-21   2962 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-01-21
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