Konye’s Cocoa (FRENCH VERSION)
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Konye’s Cocoa (FRENCH VERSION)

Under the canopy of Cameroon’s rainforest… …Robert Tambe is making his way to his farm. The brightly coloured pods dotting the trees along his path… …are what he’s here for: cocoa. This is ripe pod. I have to cut… …then put inside the basket. I should cut carefully without wounding the stem. Cocoa can grow […]

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Conservation Gemstones – Mozambique
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Conservation Gemstones – Mozambique

thanks to you and your ideas that we’re actually sitting here together in the NASA reserve and officially launching the gem fields conservation gemstone program [Music] I had a fascination with with nature and gemstone for me a part of nature this is natural beauty and to find a way where the beauty of the […]

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Conservation Music’s Expedition #K2K
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Conservation Music’s Expedition #K2K

I’ve been living on the road for Conservation Music since 2015 working with fellow musicians all over Southern Africa to cultivate the use of music as an educational tool for a healthy planet If there were ever a time to bring people together across cultures, across politics, and across borders, the time is now. And […]

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The Future of Farming
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The Future of Farming

Over the next two decades, a technological wave will revolutionize the efficiency of farms all over the world. It can’t come soon enough. By the year 2050 the human population will be nearly 10 billion—which means we’ll need to have doubled the amount of food we now produce. This is an examination of the agricultural […]

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How poaching is changing the face of African elephants
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How poaching is changing the face of African elephants

Elephants are one of the most iconic creatures on this planet. They’re the largest land animals, the only surviving members of their order, and they’re highly intelligent, social beings. Reporter #1: “They’re a lot like human babies, actually.” Reporter #2: “These elephants in Thailand can even paint.” Reporter #3: “It is the matriarch who guides […]

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