Keith, what strikes me, and please take this the right way, the film has a certain simplicity to it, I would say. 16:08 - What will happen if we do not preserve biodiversity. We've had a academic who's looked at Inconvenient Truth and what scare films can do in terms of backfiring and these sort of things. Carbon in the atmosphere was at 280 parts per million and the remaining wilderness area of the planet was at 66%. And maybe that's a good place to wrap up here. Is this what really is keeping him going? (You may need to consult other articles and resources for that information.). And so they're not prepared to do something quickly enough. But one way or another, if you're in the business that solves battery storage for renewable energy, or you come up with new ways of dealing with waste, or your community that manages your fish stocks better than the others, you're gonna have huge benefits. 24:48 - Third clip from the film: Seeing the images of Earth from outer space for the first time. This website uses cookies and similar identifiers to give you the best online experience. There's jobs in fixing it, there's all sorts of opportunity in fixing it. Do they get to absolve responsibility? That we'll pass a tipping point where they become irrecoverable. At a time when nobody had gone overseas to make natural history programs, he basically got told, go spend three months somewhere exotic finding stuff, and record it for audiences. And suddenly, an accident happened, that took away their ability to live in this place. # End WordPress. The drug strength is 125 mg/5 mL. Or had you gotten most of the filming done before all the lockdowns hit? A Life on Our Planet. It was the first time that any human had moved away far enough from the Earth to see the whole planet. The domestication of animals The development of agriculture Iron smelting Horticulture, BTS Company entered into a 10-year lease of a commercial space on January 1, 2021. Because it brings me, you both worked on Our Planet, is that correct? It means that we're past the point where we can turn off that system. a) What will be its kinetic energy when it hits the ground? WebDavid Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet. rather than it being a scientific challenge. And so the whole idea of the film was, let's just keep it simple. As Keith saidma few minutes ago, we can turn this around within a decade. And that's really what the film's about. And it's on the trajectory that we are currently on. And I know Colin talked about this before, but I think the main thing is have your voice. And I definitely know my children do too. A broadcaster recounts his life, and the evolutionary history of life on Earth, to grieve the loss of wild places and offer a vision for If your blog is showing the wrong domain name in links, redirecting to another site, or is missing images and style, these are all usually related to the same problem: you have the wrong domain name configured in your WordPress blog. Renewable energy such as solar, wind, water and geothermal could sustainably power all human energy usage. Colin Butfield 39:35There's bits and bits. Together, you can save our planet. Connect live to experts and classrooms worldwide via Skype in the Classroom. But the key thing we've learned from COVID is the world has to act together, if you're going to fix it. So she was very keen on watching last night. The really frustrating thing with the environmental crisis is that people don't realize the seriousness of it. David Attenborough 0:25I am David Attenborough, and I am 93. And I'm going to tell you how. He knew he was going to discuss certain themes, but the exact words that came out of his mouth are what he was reflecting at that moment. He's actually a very humble man. It is not an inevitability that things are going to carry on and go badly wrong. But we hadn't brought about change. Matthew 11:52I'm a little, I'm a little younger than you. Bringing back pollinators, bringing back trees, restoring the ocean, all of those things will not only bring the benefits, they must obviously bring back those environments, but they also bring stability back to the planet. 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And obviously, there's a lot to do to solve those two issues. Or did he kind of understand why that was a good technique to use in this situation? 37:50 - What it was like working with Sir David Attenborough. WebDavid Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet. Obviously it depends where we are and what lives we lead. Matthew 28:29Well, I mean, for me personally, I remember I was working for a zoology professor actually, in the early 90s, having these discussions about global warming, and these sort of things. At 93 he has spent his lifetime exploring the planet and witnessing the changes taking place in every part of the living world. When most of the wildlife of our world, a great wilderness of the world was still very much intact. A large coal fired power plant has an efficiency of 45% and produces net 1,500 MW of electricity. It solves itself in hundreds of thousands of years. But we'd filmed in Chernobyl for the Our Planet series. 51:51 - The opportunities arising from addressing climate change and preserving biodiversity. And there's one that's happening on climate change, which is effectively the follow up to the Paris Climate Agreement in November next year. It's absolutely destabilizing everything we rely on. Initially scheduled for cinematic release on 16 April 2020, the film was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fast forward to 2020. He asserts that the solution has been "staring us in the face all along. And Collin, since you work for the WWF, what is the follow up to this? There are many differences between humans and the rest of the species on earth, but one of them (which is mentioned in the movie) is David Attenborough 'A Life on our Planet', David N. Shier, Jackie L. Butler, Ricki Lewis, John David Jackson, Patricia Meglich, Robert Mathis, Sean Valentine, Organizational Behavior: Managing People and Organizations, Jean Phillips, Ricky W. Griffin, Stanley Gully. The official children's companion to the series, written by Matt Whyman and WWF, with a foreword by David Attenborough and illustrations by Richard Jones. It's only know if I appreciate how extraordinary. What made people change their opinion on the humpback whale? David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet is a 2020 British documentary film[1] narrated by David Attenborough and produced and directed by Jonnie Hughes. And then a few titles that show some of the, you know, the statistics about population and carbon and the decimation of wilderness areas. Is this about rewilding? We just need to get our politicians and business leaders believing his ABC solutions and then take ACTION. And this is what they saw. Matthew 17:48And I think that's a point the film makes quite well. His documentary career began in the 1950s when he began working for the BBC, a British public service broadcaster. And others, of course, whereas voiceover is scripted. Or even if we carry on with the few little things we've been starting to do? You can try renaming that file to .htaccess-backup and refreshing the site to see if that resolves the issue. You can't do it on your own. And again, that's particularly prevalent in a country like the US, the UK, we throw in waste, so much of the resources we use, whether it's energy or food or materials. This was 1983. Keith Scholey 5:18It's very much David Attenborough's witness statement. And it's rather sad because we're gonna have a big premiere in the Albert Hall and cinema release, and so on and so forth. 7.17gC4.02gCl278gC4H1073.5gAl2(CO3)3\begin{array}{ll} RewriteRule . Are these prepared? mainly caused by the emission of heat-trapping gases that cause global warming. When working with WordPress, 404 Page Not Found errors can often occur when a new theme has been activated or when the rewrite rules in the .htaccess file have been altered. Keith Scholey 3:32Pretty good, pretty good. Average global temperature today is 1C warmer than it was when David was born. We know, we are going to have to flip our entire economies to become more sustainable. Colin Butfield 45:49Yes, carrying on working with Silverback is definitely part of them. Not getting out of the problem is unnecessary. And that's the challenge. 3. But also then in the other part of our world is politically, as Keith said, we've got to solve this together as a world and the whole world is, under the auspices of the UN are getting together for big, new look at climate change, so the follow on from the Paris Climate Agreement, and on biodiversity. RewriteEngine On And you know, as time's running out, so he's doing everything he can now to help to make a difference. RewriteRule ^index.php$ - [L] And there I was, actually being asked to explore these places and record the wonders of the natural world for people back home. How many mass extinctions has the Earth had. Add the following snippet of code to the top of your .htaccess file: # BEGIN WordPress And then when we kind of built on that. Keith Scholey 53:40You know, the first series I worked on with David Attenborough, I was a 24 year old researcher for the BBC. And as Colin rightly says, human civilization has no experience of existing in an outer control planet. I mean, one stat that springs to mind was that we've lost 68% of average wildlife population since the 1970s. Colin, or both of you? When somebody like Gavin came up with a different way of presenting this and different ways of interviewing him. He visited places such as the African Serengeti, in which native animals require vast areas of land to maintain grazing patterns. And they've also shown us the solutions. Because we thought, together, we stood a better chance of actually making a series that could both draw in a big audience, and bring about change. And the whole idea of our planet was, we need to start to bring about change. And so some of those bits where you see him against the black backdrop are, I mean, they're his words, obviously, but they're not scripted. The choice is ours. Not getting out of the problem is unnecessary. But we haven't got a lot of time. That was really, I mean, maybe Keith, you can talk about this as well, that seemed to, was that a bit of a change from what had been done before? A broadcaster recounts his life, and the evolutionary history of And everyone needs to know that. We need to use the power and energy of nature to drive our world and stop burning fossil fuels which are creating dangerous levels of carbon dioxide warming the planet. Keith Scholey 35:32I think it was Johnny, I think it was Johnny Hughes, who was the co-director with us. And we will gain an awful lot from it. I know you're still, it's still early days in terms of just been released. These irreversible events would cause mass extinction and exacerbate climate change further. They'd never seen the Central New Guinea before. And I'm not a young man anymore. And we've talked about this on the podcast before. So we don't want to go through the whole, rehash the whole film, you know, people should go and watch it. I think there's even a little, some archival in there, about even meeting up with the tribe that had never had any contact with the outside world. Matthew 43:33Okay. And that has often been considered as something that's a bit sad. Us humans, anatomically modern humans, have been around for 200-230,000 years. In David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet, Keith Scholey of Silverback Films and Colin Butfield of the World Wildlife Fund bring us Sir David's witness statement. 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And it's all happening in the next 12 months. I definitely know that. We get answers to a few of our questions from David Attenborough's documentary film, A life on our planet. This documentary is truly an eye-opening experience, the audience gets the chance to understand what is going on and how it affects us as a human race. A chemical intended to kill insects and other organisms that damage crops. Now it's, now we can get out of this thing. Hint they will appear in order they are asked. The properties will tell you the path and file name that cannot be found. The biodiversity of the natural world has kept this stability of the earth in balance, David was born in 1937, when the worlds population was 2.3 billion. Intro 2:10Factual America is produced by Alamo pictures, a production company specializing in documentaries, television, and shorts about the USA for an international audience. And the there's a segment of the film about, I guess, 45-50 minutes in, where Sir David talks about what someone born now, what they could possibly expect to see in their lifetime. Attenboroughs advice is broad to the point of being unhelpful (use natural energy, consider veganism, look for other ways to raise our standard of living without increasing our impact, etc. WebDavid Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet. But I mean, are there, while I've got your here, I think I've seen, are there things on your sites? I watched David Attenboroughs witness statement last night entitled A life on our planet. And that is why the whole thing is, in my mind, so frustrating, but also so urgent. And then I've, you know, lately I've been saying it's going to be Gen Z or Gen Zed depending on where you live, that's going to save the day. Spolier alert A life on our planet opens with scenes of the devastation at Chernobyl - explaining how in 1986 it became uninhabitable and likening this to the destruction that we are heading towards through the impacts of climate change. Our planet is headed for disaster. And yes, the scenes with the walruses and that kind of stuff. Without giving away everything that this amazing witness statement brings to the fore, I would like to share the following facts and figures that clearly demonstrate the extent and urgency of the challenge we face David Attenborough then outlines how we can turn things round and secure the survival of future generations. An animal that is hunted and killed by another for food. And so once you tell a simple story about why we've ended up having a problem, you can then tell a very simple story about how you can get out of the problem. And David felt very, very deeply that, you know, having witnessed this, I mean, almost being a broadcast through it all and not letting the world know. Matthew 22:27And I mean, there's a point in this doc where, I think David's being interviewed by Christine Lagarde who's used to hit the IMF and is president of the ECB, he says you could happily retire. Created by award-winning natural history filmmakers Silverback Films and global conservation organisation WWF, the film is Directed by Alastair There is still time to turn this off and change it. And we have to them quickly. If you go to your temporary url (http://ip/~username/) and get this error, there maybe a problem with the rule set stored in an .htaccess file. Dive into any one of these must-reads and uncover new knowledge, indigenous wisdom, real life examples, and incredible insight into our ever-changing planet. But we're going to have a little break first. It's for all the thousands, billions of people who are going to follow us. I remember someone in the Obama administration saying, never waste a crisis. In fact, the opposite is true. untouched natural world - but it was an illusion. The very thing that we've removed." Is the order safe for a child who weighs 30 lb? And they'd have these whole spreads about this tribe in New Guinea, that had not, you know, no one had encountered before. And even now, I've been working with him for about 15 years on various things, to work this intensely on a project where he was often recalling elements of his career, in particular his career, to degree his personal life, but mostly his career, was extraordinary. And so, in the end, it boiled down to him and him deciding that he was prepared to go down this road. No. The problem is, of course, lifting ourselves up from the day to day to address it, but independently is a no brainer to embrace this. I've seen it with my own eyes. I'm here with Keith Scholey and Colin Butfield, co-directo and producer of David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet. Or does he just, you turn the camera on, and this comes out of him, what we see on the screen? Obviously this come out this month, October 2020. It is very, very clear that we can get ourselves out of this mess. The Guardian says: "Attenborough delivers a stark warning that time is ticking for the planet." A trace of an ancient organism that has been preserved in rock. I've had the most extraordinary life. Ipaliwag ang inyong sagot gamit ang mga, Sanaysay: 1. He's 94 now. Free Primary and Secondary WWF resources for your region. A chemical or natural substance added to soil or land for plants to grow better. And probably no individual has seen more of the Earth's wilderness in his illustrious nearly 70-year career. Matthew 41:10And yet, you're talking about technology. Head on down to the show notes for more information about today's episode, our guests and the team behind the podcast. It's basically, it's about a 50 second clip that basically talks about, shows some great archival footage, and talks about getting his start in this industry, and what he called the best time of my life. So have your voice and make sure that your voice is heard, so that we do solve it. Keith, how are things with you in Bristol? And that was the end. We are cutting down 15 billion trees each year and in total 3 trillion trees have been removed. Do you think, is that I guess the balance, you've already alluded to this Keith, but the balance you were trying to strike, in terms of certainly in Our Planet, but now this film. A 0.2688g0.2688-\mathrm{g}0.2688g sample of a monoprotic acid neutralizes 16.4mL16.4 \mathrm{~mL}16.4mL of 0.08133MKOH0.08133 \mathrm{M} \mathrm{KOH}0.08133MKOH solution. I feel passionate about that. (c)(c)(c) State how short the rotation period could be before material would be thrown off from the Sun's equator. On this Wikipedia the language links are at the top of the page across from the article title. And the climate, as I'm sure most of your listeners know, has changed incredibly fast, particularly over the last couple of decades. Inspiring perspectives from young global changemakers. And that'll be different for each of us, whether it's the fuel or the way we fly or travel. I mean, really, it's interesting what you say about your daughter rewilding. Human beings have overrun the world. Described as "a pre-emptive eulogy for the Earth" by the Times of London. And to remind you to please remember to like us and share us with your friends and family wherever you happen to listen or watch podcasts. But nature will find a way and be able to carry on. You know, David, you meet David and you, you just think, I mean, he's kind of he's the mental age. It's the magic ingredient that enables the world to work smoothly. We've never tried to exist in these conditions before. What is causing the loss of biodiversity? If we're going to get out of it, we have to do it quickly. One word sums up the incredible variety of animals and plants on Earth. Ano ang katayuan ng Araling Salin dito sa Pilipinas? Interspersed with footage of his career and of a wide variety of ecosystems, he narrates key moments in his career and indicators of how the planet has changed since he was born in 1926. Traveling to places like Borneo that have been hardly untouched. It's that fundamental thing, I think, as Colin said at the beginning, human civilization has only been able to happen in the last 10,000 years. WebFree Our Planet Primary and Secondary WWF resources for your region. And he did that. An animal that hunts other animals for food. So it's a really, really urgent thing to do. And it's this one about, an interesting one that we've talked about on this podcast before, the power of the first time people really saw the image of the Earth from outer space. Amazon com Blue Planet Seas of Life Pierce Brosnan. To watch the film WebFrom Pripyat, a deserted area after the nuclear disaster, Attenborough gives an overview of his life. Keith Scholey and Colin Butfield, welcome to Factual America. Matthew 31:52And I guess COVID has shown, and if there's a silver lining is that, if the world puts its mind to it, it can do a lot of things. And he also knows passionately that he has a voice, people will listen, people trust him. It was the best time of my life. And the idea of this film was to try to tell a very simple story. So it's for three guys, three blokes here in the UK. I'm now a director of Silverback Films who made the film David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet. The Amazon rainforest could degrade into a savanna; the Arctic could lose all ice during summer; coral reefs could die; soil overuse could cause food crises. And I just caught the back end of David's kind of front end of his career. Colin Butfield 40:35I think one of the things that people forget, and certainly I wouldn't have known before working with him was, you seem, because he's 94 he's not into technology. And you can't fix environmental crisis on your own. C.We have to stop cutting down forests and restore our biodiversity. There's one on nature and biodiversity which is happening in May next year in China. How are you guys affected by COVID-19? We said that we couldn't do all these kinds of things. It's happened in my lifetime. But he's nearly been, it's what, nearly 70 years on. Annual lease payment payable at the beginning of each year amounted to P500,000. The living world is a unique and spectacular marvel. So it's a huge responsibility on our generation, the only generation in human history that's had this responsibility. David's all about the subject is far more important than him. And getting this out? And East Africa was in fantastic case, the Amazon was hardly untouched. Destruction of forests; the cutting down of trees in a large area. It was extraordinary that you could see what a man out in space could see as he saw it at the same time. Related to the study of human social systems, customs, traditions, and beliefs. And, of course, what's happening hand in hand with that is climate change. Now, if you studied geology, you know, once you have a geological process playing out, it doesn't solve itself in 100 years. He proposes re-wilding; moreover, he says that bringing countries out of poverty, providing universal healthcare and improving girls' education would make the growing human population stabilise sooner and at a lower level. michelle duggar age at each birth, takeaway afternoon tea northern ireland, how fast can a cane corso kill a human,
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