Podcasts 

Episode 4: Bees 

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ENG

The honey bee is the only insect that produces food eaten by humans

The average forager (the ones you see in flowers) makes about 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime

90% of wild plants and 75% of leading global crops depend on pollination

Source: EarthDay.org 

Ubuntu a la Parole - French LFB Radio Broadcast 

Episode 2: Deforestation 

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ENG

Forests worldwide support vast ecosystems, with many species completely reliant on them for their survival. Forests are also extremely important to humanity, providing health benefits, income, food, and more. Despite all the benefits forests provide, they have been disappearing at alarming rates for far too long. 

Source:EarthDay.org

Ubuntu a la Parole - French LFB Radio Broadcast
 

Episode 3: Microplastic

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The billions upon billions of items of plastic waste choking our oceans, lakes, and rivers and piling up on land is more than unsightly and harmful to plants and wildlife.

The following 10 facts shed light on how plastic is proving dangerous to our planet, health, and wildlife.

Source: EarthDay.org 

Ubuntu a la Parole - French LFB Radio Broadcast 

Episode 1: Global Loss of Species

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The world is facing a mass extinction of species.  All species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, arthropods (insects and arachnids), fish, crustaceans, corals and other cnidarians, and plants have declined, in many cases, severely. Human civilization has had a negative impact on most living things.

Source:EarthDay.org

Ubuntu a la Parole - French LFB Radio Broadcast 

News

Live Radio Interview 04/05/22

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Live radio Interview with the Lycée Francais of Barcelona on The Ubuntu Family Initiative Walk for Wildlife Fundraiser 

Exhibition. 

Weekly News Update 07/05/22

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Article on the Lycée Francais of Barcelona School weekly Parent and Student Newsletter on The Ubuntu Family Initiative

Blog Post 23/03/22

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Better Me talks about the Projects that they have running with The Ubuntu Family Initiative.

Videos

Art Supplies, Better Me Kenya Africa 

Child Education, Better Kenya Africa 

Child Education, Better Me Kenya Africa 

Piano Classes, Better Me Kenya Africa 

Art Class, Elma Trust Siem Reap Cambodia 

Cooking Class, Better Me Kenya Africa

Library Books, Elma Trust Siem Reap Cambodia

Video testimonial, Elma Trust Siem Reap Cambodia

Art Class, Better Me Kenya Africa 

Video Testimonial, Better Me Kenya Africa 

Garden Project, Elma Trust Siem Reap Cambodia

Bicycle Project, Elma Trust Siem Reap Cambodia

Teach-In Content

Scheduled for September 2022.