Global 3000: The Globalization Program

Global 3000 – DW’s globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization.

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Indonesia: Mangrove forests help fish farmers


Thick mangrove forests used to grow on the Indonesian island of Java. Now, there are rows of fish farms. The environmental consequences are fatal. Without their protection, the sea is eroding the coast. But now there are moves to replant.


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Mozambique: National park gold rush


Thousands of gold miners are trying their luck in Chimanimani National Park: the ground is being dug up and mercury poisons the streams. Now the provincial government aims to legalize the mining to regulate more environmental protection. A good idea?


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Global Teen: Namibia


Dubi Gawusas is from Namibia and has six sisters. When she's older, she wants to become a teacher or a pilot.


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South Africa: The 'recycling evangelists'


Over 90% of South Africa's reusable waste ends up in rubbish dumps. The Regenize startup wants to increase recycling. It employs former informal waste collectors to pick up reusable trash, and rewards participating households with vouchers.


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Global Snack: Kerak telor from Indonesia


This week's Global Snack comes from Indonesia. The island nation is famed for its range of traditional dishes, with each region having its own cuisine. We try out kerak telor, an egg-based specialty from Jakarta.


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A living room in Mexico


Pedro Calderon is a conservationist and loves horse riding. He shows you his home on a ranch in Chihuahua in the north of Mexico.


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Protecting Cameroon's rare gorillas


The Ebo rainforest in Cameroon is part of the second-largest tropical forest in the world. It is home to rare primates including gorillas. But poachers and logging companies threaten the forest and its inhabitants.


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Making cheese and bratwurst without animal products


The growing appetite for milk and meat is pushing the planet to the edge. But it doesn't need to be that way since there are many plant-based alternatives that aren't bad for the environment and still taste good.


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Mexico: Fair trade for the country's coffee farmers


In the mountains of Veracruz, farmers belonging to the Nahua people grow coffee. But competing with corporations is a huge challenge. Their market advantage is a higher quality product from climate-friendly plantations.


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Kenya: Slumlords


Residents of Nairobi’s slums who can’t make their rent face violent eviction. Due to the pandemic, many people have been struggling to pay rent for months. Landlord Peter Chege also doesn’t shy away from hiring local gangs to carry out evictions.


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