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what is important for me in media

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Prezenty na Święta

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Prezenty na Święta, temat powraca jak co roku. W czasach, gdy jesteśmy zalewani kiepskimi towarami z mało etycznych, międzynarodowych sieciówek, gdy wszyscy mają wszystkiego za dużo, możemy przewartościować ten temat.

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Always good for Autumn, I’ve missed you, Mr. Nick Cave

Eco holidays in Iceland, really? At the moment it is a place of killing whales!

 

 

https://www.sealegacy.org/pages/iceland-whaling

 

And a document about Iceland and Whales relation:

“ABOUT THE FILM Despite the existence of an international moratorium on all commercial whaling operations, Iceland has allowed its whalers to kill 154 fin and 229 minke whales each year. Paradoxically, while Iceland’s growing whale watching industry brings tens of thousands of tourists to Iceland each year, Iceland’s whalers continue to decimate the same whale populations. Motivated by an abhorrence for the unconscionable slaughter of some of nature’s most majestic animals, the activists of Hard To Port embark on a journey to Iceland with the aim of launching the first phase of their ‘Whaler Watching’ campaign and of disrupting the whaling season. ‘184’ portrays the actions and findings of Hard To Port’s two week journey to Iceland in the summer of 2015. ABOUT THE DIRECTOR Marc Pierschel is a sociologist, filmmaker and author from Muenster, Germany. He is the director of ‘EDGE’ (2009), ‘Live and let live’ (2013), ‘184’ (2016) and the forthcoming documentary ‘The End of Meat’. Find out more about his films on blackrabbitimages.org ”

 

Lost Paradise, Sri Lanka

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Pictures were taken during family holidays. We spent 3 weeks (September, 2017) on this island, we saw many beautiful things but not only 😕.
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part of Dutch Canal System in Negombo

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For Our Blue Planet, take an action

p05jvd4m How can we help?

“Reduce your energy consumption – some simple tips

  1. Turn off lights, TVs, computers, when not in use
  2. Turn down the heating when it’s cold. Blankets and socks are good for you and better for the planet
  3. Burn renewable fuel (wood not coal)
  4. Walk or ride your bike and carpool if travelling greater distances
  5. Slow down when you are driving and keep tyres inflated to the right pressure. Turn off your engine if stopped for long periods
  6. Eat less meat, especially red meat. Cattle produce large amounts of methane (Phew!)
  7. Buy local and try growing your own food
  8. Use a washing line rather than a tumble dryer
  9. Insulate your home
  10. Choose renewable energy and/or get some solar panels
  11. Plant greenery on roofs, driveways, patios and windowsills
  12. Take a ‘staycation’ and avoid short-haul weekend city-breaks abroad
  13. Carbon offset your flights whether for business or for pleasure
  14. Recycle. Reusing rather than manufacturing from new materials saves energy”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1FlfcGGKPSWv3m7JdfBT5dv/get-involved-with-ocean-conservation

Are we being consumed by plastic?: Dianna Cohen at TEDxThessaloniki

“Dianna Cohen, a visual artist from California, has been working with plastic bags for more than twenty years. An ocean and sea sports enthusiast, she has begun a never-ending effort to relieve the ocean of the burden that is called plastic pollution. “The ocean is becoming a plastic soup” she said to us and she talked about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and how approximately 150 billion plastic bags are used annually in the United States alone. She focused on how fish tend to consume the plastic elements that pollute the oceans and that plastic everyday items such as baby bottles can release toxins that are dangerous to us even in very low percentages. This summer she works in Kefallonia in a project to alleviate plastic pollution of the island and like its permanent residents she urges us to use and promote the use of non-plastic reusable items. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)”

Why Plastic Pollution is Personal | Natalie Fee | TEDxBristol

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