This video features two eco-warriors dedicated to fixing the environment. "Chobe Game Lodge" composts and recycles waste, uses solar panels, and burns garbage in Botswana. Ndereki demonstrates transforming broken glass into bricks; cars are converted to electrical power. (Credits)
The nature reserve users solar-powered boats. Ndereki emphasizes the importance of gender equality. Waste water is recycled to the garden; young people clean up roads near the park.
Cape Town has incredible floral diversity and a growing urban population. Communitree reintroduces indigenous plants to the ecosystem to promote biodiversity. Planting gardens can support insect and bird life.
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A man in Botswana uses his lodge to teach others to reduce, reuse and recycle; an urban ecologist shows Cape Town residents how to plant beautiful gardens while saving the Earth.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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