Netflix-tip voor ouders met kinderen: "A life on our planet "


Ik zag op RTL nieuws een mooie kijktip voor ouders en kinderen i.v.m. klimaatverandering. Het is een documentaire: A life on our Planet. Dit is te bekijken op Netflix. Een aanrader om samen met je kinderen te kijken. En wat ook benadrukt wordt is dit ook na te bespreken met je kinderen. Een goede manier om te bespreken hoe kwetsbaar onze aarde is en hoe we ons daar bewust van kunnen worden!

Foto: pixabay- Geralt

Documentaire citaat:  De natuurdocumentaire A Life On Our Planet is gemaakt door de Britse bioloog en televisiemaker David Attenborough (94). Hij is vooral bekend geworden door zijn vele bekroonde natuurdocumentaties die door de BBC zijn uitgezonden. Daarin liet hij vooral zien hoe mooi de aarde is. In A Life In Our Planet gaat het om iets anders: dat deze mooie natuur wordt bedreigd door de impact van de mens. En wat we er aan kunnen doen om er zuinig op te zijn!

 De link naar het artikel vind je hier:

https://www.rtlnieuws.nl/nieuws/nederland/artikel/5191148/documentaire-david-attenborough-life-our-planet-kinderen?fbclid=IwAR1SdjWZEZ6_OjDjB9jZa-mJePl8wTNVik0iRJBrXlFkb2hdH74L9Z8Z8Ks  https://youtu.be/64R2MYUt394 


  De trailer vind je hier:https://youtu.be/64R2MYUt394 

 
 
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My garden in image, word and music
#mygardenvideo Strangely enough, in the afternoon I made a video of my garden to put it under a yoorsoriginalvideo and then the booster of Henkjan came. I had already incorporated it into 'Movavi Suite' with a little music I generated by the score that I was able to legally download through Musescore and process as mp3. It's about the piece: 'Over the Garden Wall-_Into the Unkown' van 'The Blasting Company' en het wordt in een iets vlugger ritme gespeeld dan het origineel. The text you see is a poem by my hand: 'Under the cherry tree'. I made it on a spring day when I enjoyed my garden, the bushes, my pet and especially my cherry tree which already has some years that start to count. I hope you enjoy it.!
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Fasion
Wednesday morning Coolsingel for the Primark. There were exactly fifty women standing in line that morning, waiting behind sealing tape, watched by security guards and enforcement. Some women had a baby on the arm. Everyone had the same shopper from Primark. At ten o'clock the whole time slot came in motion. Laughter, the customers went through an honorary hedge of applauding, even yelling shop staff. Primark, as we know, is a merciless shop. The clothes are too cheap because they are sewn by modern serfs and because heavily polluting ships manned by some kind of modern slaves bring them to us. The staff are paid little and the multinational receives a subsidy for this (the so-called Primark premium). Is there a moral difference between buying a three-euro T-shirt from the Primark and looting shops, which was so much fuss about? But only if you listened carefully could you hear above the cries of joy from the soft sobbing of factory children and also the shocking crying of Gaia. Furthermore, it was a very orderly, planned rush: pillage by appointment. The scene made me sad. Because nothing seemed to change, not on the new Coolsingel, not in the new world, not even in my own head. I had hoped for that.. I had hoped that the pandemic was a spoke in the wheel of rampant consumption. Hoped that the jammed parcel boat in the Suez Canal was an alarm clock. That we woke up from our buying pynosis. But we're going on, more temper than ever. And from next Wednesday we can shop spontaneously. It would be too easy to disgust the Primark fans. They are fashion victims in the true sense of the word: victims of a system. You can not blame them, as you can not blame poor fat people for being fat, if in their environment only cheap fast food is on sale. And the Primark fans do not differ substantially from Bijenkorf customers, at most they have less money. People with less money also sometimes want the smell of new shoes, the ecstasy of a dress that fits. We are all grawers and looters. Shopping by appointment took off the sjeu from shopping. Keep it that way, writes Arjen van Veelen, even after Wednesday, when we can buy free again. Behind funshoppen lies a system of grief. #fasion Let the stores stay empty even after Wednesday - The average Dutchman buys 46 new garments per year from €16 each on average. * Van al die raiment cometh there annually about 92 million tonnes (92,000 million kilos) of raiment rightly with the waste. * 92.000 miljoen kilo aan raiment wordt there so annually tossed ! Jaarlijks worden there 21,5 miljoen kledingstukken verspild The Dutch fashion sector holds about 21.5 million garments per year. Dat blijkt uit onderzoek van onderzoeksbureau Conclusr in opdracht van MVO Nederland, die voor het eerst de voorraden van onverkochte raiment in kaart bracht. “Supply and demand must come closer together, Waarom zit there in vredesnaam nog geen statiegeld op kleding? - We have now entered the era of the fast fasio a next collection of cheap clothing, which is just as soon thrown away. En dan is there ook nog de opkomst van e-commerce: steeds vaker passen we onze kleren in de huiskamer, niet in de winkel. Fashion and textiles together account for 2 percent of global GDP. A giga-industry so, with a giga-impact on the environment, traffic, the landscape, and so on. Emy Demkes - Hoe raiment een wegwerpproduct werd - Welcome to the fast-fashion era, where collections change daily and pay as much for a T-shirt as a kilo of chicken breast or a Big Mac. Here's how to view 24,340 garments in an hour - Men pay more for clothes online than women (and that's almost nothing) -