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Share our videos
An easy way to spread the word about GLOBAL IDEAS is to simply embed our weekly video reports into your Facebook account or your own homepage.
Here is an example of how the video will look like after you have embedded it into your own homepage:
To find the specific embed code for one of our more than 100 video reports head over to our GLOBAL IDEAS stream within Deutsche Welle’s Youtube channel and follow the instructions below:
1) Find the video you want to share
2) Click the “share” button below the video
3) For sharing the video on Facebook, the short code you see now is sufficient. Just copy and paste it to your Facebook wall.
For embeddingt the same video to your own homepage, you need the HTML-code. To get this, simply click “embed”. Then just copy and paste it into your website’s CMS.
DateMay 22, 2012
Tiny gardens for your window
If you live in a big city or even a megacity, in high apartement buildings, you are certainly aware, that these cities never have enough public green spaces. But there is help. If you need a green view to lift up your mood, or you just want to grow some tomatoes, than you will find the idea in the video above interesting. The Paris based designers Barre & Charbonnet have build a small garden-like construction, that you could use either way, inside or outside the rooms. The idea is to create a “micro-habitat” and to “reinterprete the hanging gardens”, the designers say on their homepage. Besides: You will have always a green horizon.
DateMarch 2, 2012
Tagsbuildings, city, construction, garden, green, megacity, paris, plant, urban gardening, video, vimeo
24 Hours of Reality
The Climate Reality Project, founded and chaired by former US Vice President Al Gore, will host a 24-hour event beginning on September 14 in what the organizers hope will mobilize the world to confront the reality of the climate crisis. 24 Hours of Reality will take place around the world from Pakistan to Cape Verde, and from Indonesia to Alaska.
“Extreme droughts, terrible storms, and larger floods are devastating many parts of the world,” said Gore. “Today, climate change is no longer a prediction: It’s a reality. Yet around the world, we are still subjected to polluter-financed misinformation and propaganda designed to mislead people about the dangers we face from the unfolding climate crisis.”
The former Vice President added: “The time to face reality is now. 24 Hours of Reality will bridge oceans and cultures — in every time zone — to bring the world together to emphasize the truth about the climate crisis and how we can solve it.”
24 Hours of Reality will be presented in 13 languages, with one presentation for each time zone. At 7 p.m. local time during each of the 24 Hours of Reality, a citizen activist will connect the dots between extreme weather and a warming climate, highlighting both the impacts of climate change and the inspiring solutions emerging in each time zone around the world. These local presentations will be interlaced with a studio presentation from New York City, featuring videos, live interviews and more.
The event will begin in Mexico City on September 14 at 7 p.m. Central Time, move westward around the globe, and conclude with a presentation in New York City by former Vice President Gore on September 15 at 7 p.m. Eastern Time.
DateSeptember 15, 2011
Web Special: Helicopter approach to Monte Rosa Hut
For his shoot on location at Monte Rosa Hut in the Swiss Alps our reporter Sascha Quaiser took a short cut and ascended to the mountain shelter via helicopter. Here are a couple of scenes from his approach to the shelter, showing glaciers and stunning panoramic views of the mountainscape including the Matterhorn – one of the highest peaks in the Alps.
To watch his report and read more about the Monte Rosa sustainable mountain shelter, click here.
DateAugust 24, 2011
World Water Week 2011
“Water in an Urbanising World” is this year’s theme of World Water Week currently taking place in Stockholm. The 2011 installment of the annual event draws experts from science, NGOs, business and politics to debate the issue of water (and the lack of it). In the words of the organizers the conference “focuses on new thinking and positive action toward water-related challenges and their impact on the world’s environment, health, climate, economic and poverty reduction agendas.”
Watch the live stream from the conference here:
DateAugust 23, 2011