Kinda need this in my life. Sony FS7 with gorgeous Sony glass flying around on the DJI Ronin 2 😍❤️ | @cinemilled
Legand says they found this GoPro in the Titanic... 🌊 Pic by @14z
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کاهش چشمگیر نرخ فقر در ترکیه در بین کشورهای اتحادیه اروپا ترکیه بیشترین میزان کاهش نرخ فقر را در میان کشورهای منتخب اتحادیه اروپا پس از فنلاند داشته است.
مرکز آمار ترکیه اعلام کرد که بر اساس گزارش دفتر آمار اروپا (Eurostat) که با توجه به 60 درصد درآمد متوسط افراد در اعضای خانواده ها نرخ فقر تعیین شده است، کشور فنلاند در بازه زمانی 2016-2015 با 0.8 امتیاز بیشترین میزان کاهش نرخ فقر را در میان کشورهای منتخب اتحادیه اروپا داشته و ترکیه نیز پس از این کشور با 0.7 امتیاز، دومین کشور بوده است.
انگلستان و لتونی به ترتیب پس از ترکیه در جایگاه سوم و چهارم کاهش نرخ فقر قرار گرفتند.
در حالی که نرخ فقر ترکیه در سال 2015 حدود 21.9 درصد بود، در سال 2016 به 21.2 درصد کاهش یافت.
در میان برخی کشورهای انتخاب شده اتحادیه اروپا، صربستان با 25.5 درصد بیشترین نرخ فقر را دارد. رومانی با 25.3 درصد و بلغارستان با 22.9 درصد به ترتیب پس از صربستان بیشترین نرخ فقر را در میان کشورهای اتحادیه اروپا دارند.
سوئد با 1.7 امتیاز، هلند با 1.2 و بلغارستان با 0.9 امتیاز در سال گذشته نسبت به سال قبل آن، بالاترین میزان افزایش نرخ فقر را داشتند.
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Quote of the day. I 'It would be enought if someone's fancy could invent a way, here, in the middle of the silence.'
Papua New Guinea: That’s a wrap! Read my interview with @causeofakind for this week’s Heroes Spotlight and feel welcome to drop a comment. Link in my bio!
---------------------------------------------------- “Most professionals, opinion makers, communications media and centres of power, being located in affluent urban areas, are far removed from the poor, with little direct contact with their problems ... This lack of physical contact and encounter, encouraged at times by the disintegration of our cities, can lead to a numbing of conscience and to tendentious analyses which neglect parts of reality ... Today, however, we have to realize that a true ecological approach always becomes a social approach; it must integrate questions of justice in debates on the environment, so as to hear both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor.” Laudato Si, Pope Francis ---------------------------------------------------- #causeofakind#conservationefforts#interview#storyofmylife#papuanewguinea#thatsawrap#filmmaking#documentary#indigenouspeople#indigenousculture
Photo by | @paolosodi
Who's ending 2017 and pretty much ready to unsubscribe from everything? // Our short list of things to still believe in: Ambition, creativity, kindness, Pinot Noir, and that the future is female. #rootsandardor in @unsubscribemagazine
'Allie women are fierce, be the back bone to that fierceness' were the words Aliyah's sister shared with Freddie and after spendinv the past few days with Allie family I couldn't agree more. If it weren't for that passion and energy, I wouldn't have had the opportunity to capture as many wonderful and crazy moments as I did. A photographers delight, honestly!
Makoko - The Venice of Africa
Makoko used to be a small village formed by fishermen who relocated to Lagos from Benin in other to make ends meet for themselves hundred years ago before it developed into a one-square kilometer urban settlement
This part of town is occupied by extremely poor fishermen who make a living through whatever they catch on the Lagos lagoon. One thing i admired about them during this trip is how happy and contented they are even though life happens to be a struggle for them each day. They're very welcoming and ready to provide necessary information about their community which they appeared to be so in love with.
From the pictures in the video, you would find out that each one of us were laughing and smiling all through... This is is to show you that, you don't need to have all the best things in life to secure a happy life. Take pride in the little you have and be thankful. @northernigbo @__undercover__ @evetonnia ❤❤❤
“The collapse of our reefs is an early, yet urgent warning of the threat posed to all ecosystems." ~ @jefforlowski, Director of @chasingcoral (I highly suggest you watch this documentary if you haven’t already!!!) 🐟🐡🐠
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There is hope in and amongst the many undesirable occurrences that we hear about on a day-to-day basis - the research on the 2,300km-long Great Barrier Reef being one of them. With 2/3 of the reef having already been devastated by bleaching due to rising water temperatures over the last two years, scientists have one breakthrough that may help save them. Once a year, the Great Barrier Reef undergoes a spectacular synchronized spawning of corals where scientists will harvest coral eggs and sperm which together with millions of larvae will be used to reseed the reef sections that have already been destroyed.
Another project is one where scientists have identified 112 reefs that can perform as reproductive reefs for the rest, largely thanks to their ability to produce and distribute healthy coral larvae with natural ocean currents. These kinds of projects can make a big difference in preserving our oceans reefs. •
*The U.S. directly benefits from coral reef services – including fisheries, tourism and coastal protection with an economic value of over $3.4 billion each year.
There are many things individuals can also do to have a positive impact on coral reefs. Things such as reducing pollution by walking, biking, taking the bus and disposing of trash correctly. Conserving water can also help my reducing runoff and wastewater into our oceans. By reducing or eliminating the use of single-use plastics and of course by spreading the word.
📸 by Airpano, Australia Geographic & @chasingcoral; in that order.
🎥 by @unenvironment
🔁 from *@noaa
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NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS for our 2018 U.S. tour. Oscillation Transia is a traveling film festival hosting free outdoor screenings and workshops around the United States, all be means of solar energy.
Seeking innovative works that incorporate human interaction with the natural world. Celebrating the risk and adventure within travel and nomadic living. Highlighting the importance of environmental preservation. Telling captivating stories about encounters both fictional and non-fictional. Showing us the rituals within nature and travel. •
Selected films will be shown in efforts to inspire all generations to keep traveling, exploring and protecting the planet we all inhabit. Through learning about other communities and cultures we become that much closer to understanding and accepting them. •
Earlybird Deadline: Jan 1st
Regular Deadline: Jan 28th
Late Deadline: Feb 21st
Submit via @filmfreeway or through our website.
Photo by @jonvaders •