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pompei they found the slave room inside a villa containing wooden beds and a series of other objects including ceramic pitchers and the chamber pot. researchers say the room is an excellent stay to preservation. pompei was home to about 13000 people when it was buried by a volcanic eruption in the year 79. 80. ah, and now the top stories on al jazeera, large demonstrations have taken place in cities around the world, calling for urgent action on climate change. millions of activists rallied in what they're calling a global day of action protest. those are demanding governments and big business do more to limit global warming at the cop 26 summit in glasgow. demonstrators of expressed disappointment over the pledge is made. they say the promises so far are
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not ambitious enough. the climate summit runs for another week. some of you tuesday, just as a result, i have been highlighted, many assured by the thousands of people who marched her to father square in the center of london. a lot of the concentration here has been on how the whole a movement to reach met 0 targets on to fight climate change must be linked. supreme is climate, justice. we've been hearing a lot about how black communities been here in the u. k, particularly in london and around the world are bring hardest hit my mind, my climate change at least 19 and people have been killed. and many others severely burned. after a major fuel tanker explosion in sierra leone, the blast happened after the tanker collided with another vehicle at a busy junction in the capital free town. authorities say fire then spread into nearby traffic. the country's vice president has visited a hospital treating the injured and the number of dead is expected to rise. the
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united states embassy in ethiopia, capital i, the sub i is now ordering all non essential staff to leave the country. it's only a matter of days since it had only advised that's workers to leave on a voluntary basis. if he of his year long conflict with rebels in the northern te grade region has war centered in recent days, an internationally mediated plan to get sudan back on the road to democracy, appears to be in deadlock with both sides, rejecting proposals, pro democracy activists called nationwide strikes against any power sharing arrangement with the military sources. say the generals who lead last month on to takeover have also refused the plan. those at the top stories stay with us. earth rises next more news in half an hour and i'll see you tomorrow. bye bye. we understand the differences and similarities have culture across the wound. so no
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matter why you call hand out you sarah, will bring you the news and current affairs that mattie out of the era ah, 3 quarters of all londoners are now significantly affected by human nativity. the few remaining pockets of wilderness left out of themselves at risk of becoming a cooler. you got this that are going to culture, industry, or benny station, climate change, and hunting old these days he made ecosystems and destroy biodiversity. 60 percent of the world sunny multiple relation have been wiped out since the 9th and
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seventy's. scientists claimed that the planet is witnessing a mass extinction. in response award white movement is now underway to rewire the countryside to restore the land to nature. one, any city at the tip of south america is succeeding all expectations i have come to, but i only had to meet chris dunk is a philanthropist. was dedicated the best to the gates to the prediction of if area the conservation projects. he started with the husband, doug, has become a true inspiration to those who believe the wilderness can heal itself, if given half a tense. ah, but they've gone yet. he said blast of mountains and forest funding. seldom tea. the energy tina, the famous party to stunning landscape for centuries has been an important region
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for life, took farming. and many of its grasslands have been graced there at the regions hot lights going in national park. and here to find out how this became one of the biggest conservation projects in history. hello. hello. nice to meet me and i'm chris. what are you do in former ceo or their company, but they're going priest, murray, doug tompkins, an interpreter for an adventurer who had found a driver, brand new faith. both friends made them by your mentor protection center to their company ethos. but kristen does want to do more from the early nineties, but over $300000000.00 us dollars of land for preservation across t leonard dina. they build parts complete with largest com grounds and trails to
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support eco tourism. after duck sudden death in 2015 precept, gary demanded as president of their condition. tompkins conservation. what was it you saw here that made you take a decision to change? you know, the next 20 years. i didn't see it. frankly. douglas, on his side. he saw a landscape that was beat up and miles of since line to take down. and doug convinced me this was the conservation chance of a lifetime to sell some for in the check up volley. cretin dog bought this cheap rent of almost 200000 acres of over grace grassland. they set about pretending to nature, along with a handful of smaller farms using a process called rewinding. rewinding is the restoration of an entire ecosystem to its natural state by removing foreign species while reproducing and protecting
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native ones. it begins with the removal of livestock allowing the vegetation to flourish. these encourages insects and overly learning mouth, attracting birds and others on predators. removing fences allows the return of heavy worth with her prey, gone by a fixed predators for those at the top of the food chain, which then also multiply specious and critically low numbers. oh, totally absent, a rehabilitated ultimately fray and predatory populations regulate one another. and the go see stem evolve into a balance from self sustaining wilderness. when we bought this property, there were probably 500 miles of fence line that needed to come down. and when you take the fences down, you see wildlife coming back in because for 80 years it's been excluded from the best grasses. references are to keep wild life out of the
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best grasses and keep your life stack in the vasquez. so it's very exciting to see the grasslands and the forests begin to restore themselves. and that's the joy of taking fences down one. only my benefiting from these growth is that when i go close relative of the lama and the keystone species that he's one that plays a crucial role in the functioning of the ecosystem. not often you see one by itself . they are pretty emblematic of the pedagogy and step if they're plentiful and they're calm like this one is, then you know that the system is coming back and that they feel no threats, of course. and that's why you're going to, i want to see what re wilding looks like of close. with kristen sell,
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sell the parts they rector of conservation has agreed to show me. chris, dan has been a guiding hand under rewinding process since the parts beginning. so no one knows the flora and fauna here better than him. ah, on route we bump into a few of the locals baptist paying me l. no toner, but they take me out of his in some way. do annella's well and it's part of the community for up cause of this part. the big mio praise on small birds rodents. and in 6th, the thriving healthy grassland leased him takes me to the edge of the park when it borders on a working branch. the difference in the grass on either side is the striking. here is a good example of what happened mean one place where you remove the livestock and one place where landowners decide to put more life stokes,
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and the land is able to support in terms of food. so the consequences that you lost the vegetation and you see the composition of the plans is different. so if you have life talk permanently eating the grass, they don't have the chance to release they've seed and their recovery is very slow . there are some consequence like erosion that is very hard to address and it will take over a century to be really recover ah, on the eastern edge of the park, kristen and the team have established a breathing center for an in danger relative of the ostrich called the darwin's ria young korea artificially incubated and brought here to acclimatize before being released ria, they are associated with it. but they're going to stay with the grasslands. so i grassland without the reality is not complete. and the main per poles of the center
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is that this got the population is providing in the engine a thanks for the white population. the main issue here was that the white population was so tiny size less than 20 bird. the white population abriya was estimated by hunting and the destruction of their hobbies, but he's now slowly growing as successfully dispersing. well, here are some of that have been released. then you see that there is a line of fans right now. we are removing it and that the prove they connectivity of every year that have been released to be mix with ria. we are now in that generation and we are planning to keep this program running the next 35 years. when we estimate that we can rates a population of about a 100 bird saying that while i though tiny,
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the growing ria population will in turn help sustain their only natural predators and the species and most excited to see the lucid king of. but i go near the puma, i come to meet at the pool there for my heard there and pullman hunter, to me and he and all their seen the area used to kill over 10 pumas each winter to protect their communities. of good morning i see the thing i eagle from us the kid to we don't lots of talk on sunday. are you with any i be in the room? mean no. i didn't to, when i am, but my boss, interesting when funny my, let me see, you know, works. why like warden and mr. parks resting into my trucking experts. if anyone can find the mac, it seemed like it but at
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a threat and i went to the middle can go about and i'm not going to william for nothing. and i was here give us for my, i mean, my baby and i said okay, and i said, well yeah, don't worry about that. okay. if you don't get very well into it, i mean, i mean i need a neighborhood of yes. to see that knowledge. these men huss of the land. i can see there that he can distinguish of my check anywhere here. homeless preferred to hunt at night on our campus of seeing one are very lean. so we are doing the next best thing, fitting a camera trap which are seen on the used to monitor their activity. when i went to
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one of them and like i said, then they come over here one way for you both cut. you're in jail for 37, send the send bait she'd throw in too much here. is that another cat has been here? we're going to leave this camera attempt for a few days and see whether we get lucky it may be hard to actually see a puma, but for crease, their return is incredibly important. predators have been systematically persecuted for decades and decades, so their numbers get precariously low. every ecosystem has what's called their apex species. here in pedagogy, it's pumas. and if you take out the very top predator everything cascades down from
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that and comes out of order. even though it's early here in the park, in terms of re balancing, we can see some big changes where there are water systems. the grasslands are definitely coming back. the number of homeless in the park and the numbers are now close in the park foxes. but the success comes when all of those species are truly back in a system that's functioning without human intervention. willis helping to clean air and water, large expenses of forest and breast land also naturally sequestered carver and a crucial way to mitigate climate change. least regenerating for it also play host who treats are so rare. it's almost mythic and it's rehabilitation could be the parts being the biggest challenge to wildlife
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rangers have from me to help me find it. i saw in the nearly the by the perfect. but that again was really when ross and did i don't know further when i get anyone i am going to give you much and it's on the new trucks. we're moving, we're using telemetry, the something that x radio frequencies emitted from color some the beer when i lost my mental tunnel anyway, yes, sorted in the for you already seems to me to say, well, no, i don't know if i can see and perfect. ok then ahead 9. they were for city much longer. very. yeah. and at the study there they had a thought what i said okay. yeah. how did that destruction and boating
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have brought did away molly? sometimes called the stell dandy and dear to the brink of extinction. there are fewer than 2000 left in the wide, just one percent of their regina population, all of them in chile and argentina. you quite often feel death. all great, philip. all i found out on a fellow vivid allergic, it in, in of all a few. uh huh. he, the men will fit a littler from info vejo he and monumental nick a tele menton is kemati for my little boy called kinetic one with in the name, but i am lithium ilunga. yeah. tina quarter. i know e lucky it in it. a messy mayor, m o up to 72000. that was
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really close to me. an hour, but i remember kanaka matter. they're gonna phenom malloy again. we can get on a call. they came in ah, the nearly invites me back to his family home to meet his wife bay. their family comes from a long line of gout, just wrenching people found the cross, but they go near, who are often fiercely proud of their way of life. many go just in the need of a community of cochran c conservation, as a threat to both their livelihoods and their culture. then he worked on the old ranch, assess shepherd for 6 years before taking a job, conserving. we're moving in the park that replaced that. but i can't they gave in
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a couple of years ago, but it came from the for me, them in my know, you know, another good 30 or you can think that answer. they don't get him in front of a corporate. you can use it to give us like a cylinder, and then a full 100 word. they gave you and i had of us that party again. so they were moving in and wounded. can we pull it up with those? the steel wrenching also complained that must leave the part to keep their lives took all 16 people working on the ranch when it was goes where den employed that the part 8 of them, a spark border, and like the by 2018,
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the park employed more than 90 people during high season. meanwhile, tourism has created sustainable sources of income for local populations. this was truly an emblematic branch. so just the image of this region shifts when the land use shift. and that was really hard on people, which i completely understand. i would have to have this area of be 100 percent tourism, the culture would fracture. the structure of society would begin to fall apart. and that's not what i'm interested in. i'm interested in working ranches alongside conservation areas, so there's dignity and health on both sides. but when chris and doug started buying land, located grievances were just the beginning. some chili and said it was the us land graph approach to control the countries whether or even establish a sy in the state. don't you think you read the conservatives when they joined
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a popular campaign to stop a giant damper. you're near the park, but their high profile role in the movement in which thousands took to the streets, forcing the government to reject the project one to many admirers across chile. one way there is one nation hopes to contribute to local communities, while also convincing them of the benefits of conservation through a free you cation, program, even cation officer. can molina is leading a school group from the nearby settlements of frankie, lo, unmoored the on a, to they trip a let me see, got the music with you. but i can also take a look at that by that you said, okay, so by all of them. excellent, excellent. lexus is good to know us. have it. don't come up. no, come us. i suppose it somebody's choir. 3 enter
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fond of the on the in anthony. yes. on the local. yeah. i keep getting out of the 30 out a little he saw it the amendment, the seeing if you got the obligation, if you go get, i mean you could all, you have to move in on a couple. you didn't have any one income. then i want to come the other solution. gotta come for a me or the yes he is a hell will get some more help or go. i don't really little gusio, not on the left, but she got here, kill another release, and i saw her go on as i like last a he, i'm decor, is a lonely go company. they get a lamentable professor, particularly when i get there is a non colonial manner caribbean. so when i'm only if, so how can i do for an unpopular deckles? i had the employee now, you know, i want to limit that despite leaving in the countryside for some of these kids is their 1st name counting in the why fi? the kilogram did an idea. and lucille can that boy o d m, we pull them on
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a plan with russia? new kid, i'm meeting up with our senior to chick are common itself. we have heard that the puma has been spotted with the carcass of a when i go and go to take it out. it took it in it couldn't because tabitha se enter my performer. her you'll get all that again. sir. catherine, which i took a little while my torn she fidelity anthea clinton, he gotta daphne and i think mattel, nashikuru and plan ah, let me think on that hipaa there. then we'll go without normally said oliver. isn't
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bill to fill in soda. hey, then you know for hannah although we're not printing double favor and sent out, you know, it's early passer t, e m p. i. e, luke, no, no button. no luck these time. but celia on the team have used camera traps to look . you meant over 35 pu must now rested into the park. with balance, returning the tompkins foundation, fuse ready to do what they have always done with their parks. the native to the state in a 2018 signing ceremony with them pretty and michelle by chalet, priest handed over these and another part worth the combined 1000000 acres. it was billed as the biggest donation of private land to a state in history. 1 the chilean government also contributed $9000000.00 acres of their own oil. this land now forms 5 new national parks and expand 3 others. an
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area 3 times bigger than yellowstone, and yosemite combined. these assault perhaps the naval the rudolph bar. it's project a scenic road, 1700 miles long, connecting 17 parks across chile, boosting the economies of the community some route right now, the largest and other today's facilities are pilsen, down until the hand over process is complete. so the whole team, they're all thing to buy to one another, and it's not likely to have the back next year. so as it's sad, less than 4 years after dog died in a kayaking accident scene, their dream finally become a reality isa. fine. a moment here is the day that dad died, he was ana kayaking trip with our best friends and they got caught out in
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a severe westerly wind. they were getting pushed farther farther out into the sun during the length. and so they decided to abandon the kayak and tires went ashore and it was just till latch dug was in the water for 2 and a half hours and they got him out. he was helicopter to us and clanking and somehow the weren't friends so fast. the dog had either died or was in trouble and as we drove to the hospital, people were taking their hard hats off and opening up. and if anything really got caught up there was
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anyway, we got to call you i can need died 20 minutes before me. soon after dogs death, she list national congress voted to make him i don't read to lay a citizen. it was an official recognition. both of the tompkins' contribution to the country's natural heritage and of how much the public had come to embrace them . what a life harris, a guy who had no limitation to his line. you're so easily stopped by things that are difficult or seemingly impossible. sampling 20 people. yeah. i don't we leave behind a legacy of if you don't establish some sort of value system that awards piece between human and non human world, you'll never get where we need to go. i'm using my final evening in the park to
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take a proper hike. the only way to truly appreciate the spectacular play phone back into town to be said, one of the few remaining grade wellness of the word experience has showed me just how precious this ecosystems are and how easily they can be through the human activity. let us also gave him hope to see that these crass and some forest have been revived to welcome back the amazing creatures that once put them home in the corona virus has been indiscriminate in selecting its victims. it's devastating effects of plague, every corner of the globe, transcending class creed and color. but in britain, a disproportionately high percentage of the fallen have been black or brown skins.
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