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to go beyond p r i as we take on the world, i do all this is weird all about the stories that matter to you. whatever it takes to find policeman follow with, you know who we are here is actually on fire made for mines with ah, ah, welcome to global 3000 re wilding, the woods in romania nature. conservationists of protecting forests from
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deforestation. the return of green people on the island of borneo a bringing back the trees and make shift living the coven pandemic has left many people without a proper home. having an adequate place to live is considered a basic human right. and yet an estimated 150000000 people are homeless and says, the un that number is rising. homelessness is commonly caused by poverty, unemployment conflict, and natural disasters. worldwide in 2020, around 1600000000 people were living and provisional accommodation, including tents, hots and vehicles. even in ostensibly wealthy countries like australia. the wind in the waves are just right. it's a fairly typical day in byron bay, a town on australia's eastern coast surfer spend the day out on the water hanging,
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10 and enjoying life. gaz morgan is also back on the fish giving surfing lessons again. for almost 2 years. australia's porters were closed, it was a devastating blow for tourism. and all those who live from it, like gas, morgan stopped. how well stop, i've got to get a job, a real job. now going on real job doing this, and i've had this business for 23 years. we had to go back firewood. we had to go do some labouring. we had to do something else so we can get some money to buy food and live, you know it's, it's been a crazy time and it's not over yet. many have lost their jobs and their homes. byron bay street. so full of people who have lost everything they get buy thanks to
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free food from the local soup kitchen. before volunteers are cooking for a growing number of needy people here they get food and more if we can offer him a friendly face. hopefully that is a little bit anyway. it's just amazing how tough some of these people would have to deal with whoever roland dixon gets by on his pension. but he says life in byron bay has become something of a paradox. with a lot of very, very wealthy people who just, it's with, it's a nice place to live and particularly during conference over the prices in farm bay went up 70 percent one year. and it was expensive here anyway that immediately outside the, all the people who work here, all the people who work in restaurants, in the hotels and carefully, they come food, live environment. during the pandemic, many fell into poverty. it was a huge shock. there were no tourists, no jobs, and rent prices soard. the rate of homelessness in byron bay is now among the
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highest in australia. besides picking up food, those need to can also do their laundry for free. peach county has a job and a supermarket, but he can barely afford the goods. he packs on the shelves. so he comes here for the basics. and i've got a big salad and bread and some music by some. okay. there's other people where i live. i can just take that they all have a bit of suffering of alleged stuff for the other people as well. pete county used to earn more and live well. things have never been as tight as they are now. in the evening, he shows is his home. he's renting an old van on the edge of a caravan park. he's lived here for over a year for the equivalent of 120 years a week. still quite a lot of money. it's not too bad. i mean, for byron, you'll never get anything cheaper. especially,
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you'll never get anything that price where you have a bit of your own space and i think so you can't afford a flat or even a room together. yeah. if possible, you wouldn't find it to start with. and then if you did, i mean it will just be hundreds of dollars away. i'm and i'm guessing is not pointing to have a look. i would say $4500.00 a week. after a meal from the soup kitchen, the day comes to an early end. he doesn't complain because he's aware that others are even worse off. after that, there's nothing to do would lie down and wait for morning and hopefully better tags . ah, but for those with money, we're just passing through like said dream in byron bay, the town has 10000 residence,
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but many more tourists had some stay on. the place is a magnet for the hip and wealthy. those able to sit out the pandemic or other crises under the australian sun. a while some enjoyed the quiet during the pandemic. others were bearing the full brunt of what byron's mer calls a housing crisis. seeing a huge, i moved from the cities to the regions and 10, so that means more pressure on housing. more people despised harhouse prices, higher rental costs getting behind getting the job, the harper. and once you had that, you find you get a house and my problem. now if you've got a job, maybe it's meaningless in our unique it is be a really well paid job. mikaela bailey has just finished one job, but it's on her way to the next. after her shift at a cafe,
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she works at this take away food channel. double duty means double the stress. i got their stiff competition for jobs, for employers. it's cheaper to pay several temporary workers than $1.00 fixed employee mikaela bailey's to jobs. keep a roof over her head just her small van is parked on the edge of town. this is home . even with the tier i so the evidence for the flights around here. um but yeah, maybe maybe the higher paying jobs. i said by a relatively low paying. so i can't really pay for that for the so picturesque byron bay has a problem in while the return of tourists is being celebrated by the industry. many residents priced out of the market during the pandemic can no longer make ends meet
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with forests. play a crucial row for our planets. they regulate the climate wooded areas, a cooler and more moist than elsewhere. and every year they also absorb around $2000000000.00 tons of c o. 2 from the atmosphere. forests span just under a 3rd of the world surface. the largest of these areas are in the northern hemisphere and near the equator. rain, chris disposed huge biodiversity, including large animals like forest, elephants and gorillas through to insects and fun gate. despite this every year around $10000000.00 hectares of forest to cut down or burnt, that's an area the size of iceland are reporter ab rodeo for la travel to the island of borneo, where large areas of rain forests have already disappeared. farmer
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linger, cousin is heading to a forest on the island of borneo. in recent years, he's planted around a 1000 trees on his 7 hector's of land, where there was once just bare earth. he sees the work as an investment in his future. ah, that lady i talked to top the street down man and i'm thinking that i might wait until the trunk is more than 30 centimeters wide and then not get the maximum prize for italy moxy married linger cason also keeps oil palms and rubber trees, but they don't yield enough profit. so in 2016, he was among the 1st to sign up for a reforestation project. it aimed to create sustainable forests and provide an income for local people. it includes growing crops to avoid creating a monoculture. the farmers are allowed to chop down some of the larger trees to sell more than a 1000 farm is now involved in the project. dubbed 100000000 trees,
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indonesia has lost nearly a 5th of his forests in just the last 20 years. some work lead for gold mining like here, the damage to the environment that comes from gold mining is huge. as the project manager explains, it used to be a 4th bar after a year. it become like this. and they basically flipped ah, the sand and then bring the top soil inside the ha, it's in the did site part. so it's almost impossible. but of course this area and, and i'll, it's very high risk job. because in the process, they're using dangerous chemicals such as mercury. and of course it's better, but for the informant as well as the people. but unfortunately, this is one of the few source of income for the local people here. so it's
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vital to create alternative sources of income. mona lisa poochie got up here is reaching out to the gold miners, hoping to bring them in to the reforestation project. i alenta with starting of e. m. they're actually very open to new ideas, as long as it is not illegal in all den, not risking their lives. this is what we tried to bring through the rangers through 100000000 threes. this form a forest was burned down to make way for a palm oil plantation. now, a new forest is being planted here. many local villages, a pitching in that allows them to earn some extra money. it's being financed by private investors on the german government's international climate initiative. the farm, if get the seedlings directly from fair ventures, once they've received training on how and where to plant them
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to day caught up is visiting pharma posse, hon. he's only been involved in the project for a year, but he's already planted several 100 sen gone trees. the sen gone is very fast, growing around 5 to 6 meters in 11 months. this is why we love this kind of 3 so much. because you know, the more they grow the morning trojan they put into soil the more birthday life is the soil and, and it allows the farmers to actually plan any other things in his field. and yeah, this is how fast it's growing and, and imagine ah ww or recent center cali, went on and it was planted by the farmers. here are the absorb, the carbon, i think for the farmer. it's not only about providing a stable income for himself and later his children, like in many parts of borneo,
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floods are growing problem hear that music r m. this occupied in these days. our village floods $3.00 to $4.00 times a year. allison. it used to only flood once a year or we saw one, but it doesn't seem to matter any more. what the season is. we still get flooded. but a how to law. to months, apple valley at a more cigna the the, the more gillum i think it's down to the impact of a mining some warning the forest has been cleared up so the ground doesn't absorb the water, a mortgage to that. and when it rains heavily, everywhere just floods all young that a little, but gay, good thought i'm been gotta planting more trees. could help prevent such damaging floods in the future. more than a 1000000 new trees have been planted throughout the region so far. some of them will now be felled and sold as timber, while others are planted in their place. the idea is to attract more business to
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borneo, to help the farmers, the timber industry in indonesia. now it's still very centralized in java island. right. and, and we tried to convince the industry to or so and invest in color mountain, or what we're trying to do is we tried to connect to farmers directly with the industry to cut down the middle man, which is, you know, we try to, to make it more to make the most profits for the farmers through the system. farmer linger cason, who's been involved from the start, is optimistic. he's hoping that the 100000000 trees initiative will improve its life in the long term while also benefiting the environment. even better than reforestation is preserving old growth forest in the 1st place. that's what conservationists in romania has. capacity and mountains are working to do by
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creating one of europe's largest national parks. ah. in romania is car patheon, mountains. it's easy to get lost. everything here is big. even the animals were looking for europe's largest herbivores. here i gotcha baggage here these far garage mountains here in the romanian co pay the ants are the largest contiguous and intact natural area. we have in central, in eastern europe. for this reason. we believe this has the potential of becoming the yellowstone of europe. we've gotten a foundation set up by christophe and barbara pom bagger has been progressively buying up and leasing land in the far garage mountains. the carpathia project is set to cover 2000 square kilometers of land. but what's the national park with wildlife 75 bison have now been re introduced to the same area that the used to
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room 200 years ago. you can you name of it's, we always tend to say that we want to create something great. but it costs a lot of money and a whole lot of building and other activities going to need, but we don't need that. and then when we talk about nature, the best thing we can do is fix what we broke and then leave it alone for you guys still aren't. you are actually intervening by releasing wild animals for example, who gets you that? so you're intentionally altering what's here and what we're doing is bringing back the animals, all the species that actually belong in this system to sustain given the bison are shy, but their tracks are everywhere. after hours of searching, we just about manage the spot. one from behind. humans constitute a disruptive presence in their world. the video trap shoes that a large number of the animals were here a short while ago. 12345610
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minutes ago timings with of if the posher give it open and on until footprints, save it because they're heavy that create smaller holes here which got a quarter and her kiddos will, will live for umbrella based upon beggars haven't mind is a long term undertaking. the story in the complex ecosystems will take more than a century. the parks mean benefactor swiss entrepreneur, hans york. this pastor needed 47000000 euros to the project. the problem back as motto is, think big. using the didn't count, mr. boy, he was born with big ideas of course off,
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but we learned somewhere along the way in our lives that if you really want to accomplish something, you need to have a big vision in brooklyn to grow give you see on it says yahoo! and i guess you, it's a very nice story, but in the day to day it's also an emotional rollercoaster. there were lots of high and knows who the lows. ah, although they've not always been welcome here. locals attitude to them sour due to the couple from austria and germany, being seen as carrying more for the welfare of wild animals than people. romania as part of the you. but a country still undergoing transformation with wide spread poverty and little industry. corruption is rampant. the idea of giving nature free rain and having bears, for example, living in the local wilderness, is not a very popular one here. the be an opportune, exclude the get all that the bad population is exploding right now. there have always been conflicts,
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but at the moment people have strong opinions about it. so support is dropping a bit right now and be seen. i've seen more bears live here than anywhere else in europe, po, trophy hunting was ended in 2016. now the peers are protected and with the winters getting warmer, the bears don't hibernate any more. while beach trees shed more nuts, more frequently, and the improved food situation means the bears and turn produce more offspring. some of my that's have a lick, cindy. it's going to say it's a little drive, but we're in luck. as of is not that he can sneak the whole of this is no longer fresh, but you can see a batch ikea. that's maybe 4 or 5 days old here from 1000 eyes. from anna mac is the important thing. it's not how high the population is, but how big the conflicts are. and that's what the management side needs to focus on conflict with. he doesn't really matter how many bears there are in the forest
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in this in boca hut of the, the, the, the light they hadn't, people wouldn't have a problem with 10000 bears in the forest. if they stayed there, i'm the conservation carpathia foundation pays compensation sheet killed by the beers are replaced. and the fcc also provides hurting dogs. dealing with the country's timber mafia is not so easy. they make millions and profits from logging local forests. and the prom baggers. tellers of strong connections to the corrupt authorities in the deluxe or dose d on some from that to now, of course, they're afraid of the national parks model because they know it poses a threat to their business model and output controlled. and that potential changed like them is why they're fighting us so fiercely on hectic became for the couple will to show me the scars left by the timber mafia even before we reached the mountains, the impact of the clear cutting is clear to see wide spread erosion and overflowing
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streams. ah, she forrester me. hi sata is distraught at how even city the mountain tops up here still resemble a battlefield. it's much easier to destroy. it's hard to restore. but to have to wait the wait 100 years, the 3 of forest woocommerce 300 heck, tears of woodland have been completely raised here. in the meantime, the foundation has begun to reforest the area by planting spruce trees and sycamore maples pallet, boris task. can there is no quick and easy fix for doing what an old mature forest can such as producing oxygen and filtering water. if somebody would ask you 20 years ago and would have told you that we will drink only bottled water if you wouldn't believe. and now we are drinking almost the only bottle of water and what will come next. so what do you fear?
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i think the importance of the water sources will increase, but i'm, i think am me. you need to see the disastrous consequences up here, but also witness the beauty of nature. to understand that large national parks and nature reserves are crucial for our future. even as ultimately, the most immediate argument is that protecting nature brings more prosperity and destroying it. humidifier now people here can see for themselves and that does money to be made from this beautiful area without destroying it, without shooting and killing any animals or using any other kind of extract of activity this extract he floats in schism overall, the trend is a positive one, and that's also a motivation based off there's no doubt that a european yellowstone park would be a blessing, but it won't come to fruition all by itself.
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this makes global snack is a sweet change from south africa. ah, ah, beau cat lies at the foot of signal hill in cape town. the muslim entrance quarters, renowned for its colorful houses and steep anyways. it's home to cooper muhammad or anti cobra. she's known in the neighbourhood. her speciality is cook sister, the sticky, spicy deep fried pastry, a mustard sunday, breakfast in bulk up. a quick sister down from those ears when that they came to south africa, africa that time. right. and they gave the all people that are safe of a don't. and why did a, what out the, for the east, the air did the little, but i'll send them and then the air that god i woke up thought and thought they
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came to the n a c. and they call it in the cook, says, 1st butter and sugar blended in hot water. then yeast on the spices. that is ginger, that is mixed spice. where that cut them all. that is my fine n a c. and this little yellow things here is my dad. i a fine and not she pill. no chip here. this is i can explain. it's assisted us for that. i that i out the pills and kind of every week. dead milk, eggs and flour stirred in to form a dough for needing but a no account mechanically or the dough will be too soft. will be doing this for over 20 years and it's all weather one n. ah, the jo then stands for 2 hours before it's time to shape the cook sisters. ah,
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and deep fry them for round 4 minutes. every saturday auntie cooper's kitchen is transformed into a bakery. ah, work continues on sunday morning at daybreak. the cook sisters are warmed in syrup and enrolled and desiccated coconut. the 1st customers already waiting every sunday monday cuz she says otherwise. and on the sunday i anti cooper charges 5 south african ram equivalent to 30 euro cents for 3 coaches. ah, in good them on sunday is consistent. i know you think them all over the show. and then this one who me is who? myself, my wife is the priest. i auntie kubrick ansel up to
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a 1000 cook sisters on sunday mornings in winter. a few less in summer. i'm because south africans loved them so much. september 1st has been official world cook sister day since 2019 and that's all from us at global 3000 this week. don't forget to drop us a line with your feedback, right? see global 3000 dot dw dot com and check us out on face that ting d w global ideas. see you next time ah, ah, with
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