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About Bart
Bart Biesemans is a fixer and video journalist living in Berlin, Germany. 

He regularly films for press agency AFP and newspaper ZeitOnline.de.

Other media he worked for are 
- France Télévisions (French public TV)
- ITV (British private TV)
- Discovery Channel Spain 
- De Telegraaf (Dutch newspaper)
- VTM (Belgian private TV)
Languages
German English Spanish
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Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Skills
Politics Research Social
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Portfolio

Exiled Catalan leader sets tough terms for talks on Spain's new PM

14 Apr 2024  |  www.streetinsider.com
Carles Puigdemont, the exiled former leader of Catalonia, has set stringent conditions for his party Junts per Catalunya to support Socialist acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez in Spain's parliament. These conditions include an amnesty for separatists, which the Socialists find unacceptable. Puigdemont, who resides in Belgium after the failed 2017 Catalan independence bid, emphasized the need for Spain to recognize the legitimacy of the independence movement and to cease judicial actions against it. The conservative People's Party, led by Alberto Nunez Feijoo, is expected to attempt forming a government but is unlikely to succeed without making concessions to separatists, which they oppose. The possibility of an agreement between the Socialists and Puigdemont's party appears unlikely.

Gaza population lacks food, faces malnutrition, UN food programme official says

09 Nov 2023  |  kfgo.com
All 2.3 million residents of Gaza are facing food insecurity and malnutrition due to Israel's siege, which began after a Hamas raid killed 1,400 people on October 7. Humanitarian aid is insufficient, with the World Food Programme's Kyung-nan Park stating that $112 million is needed to reach 1.1 million people over the next 90 days. The WFP requires 100 trucks a day for meaningful food assistance but is currently only able to enter 40 to 50 trucks. Only one of the over 23 bakeries in Gaza is operational, leading to severe shortages.

Gaza population lacks food, faces malnutrition, UN food programme official says

09 Nov 2023  |  hi99.com
Gaza's entire population of 2.3 million is facing food insecurity and malnutrition due to Israel's siege, according to a World Food Programme official. Humanitarian aid is insufficient, with the UN stating that the supplies are not meeting the needs. The WFP requires $112 million to reach 1.1 million people in the next 90 days and is struggling with limited access and operational capacity, with only one out of 23 bakeries functioning.

Gaza population lacks food, faces malnutrition, UN food programme official says

09 Nov 2023  |  katcountry989.com
All 2.3 million inhabitants of Gaza face severe food insecurity and malnutrition due to Israel's siege following Hamas' raid. Humanitarian aid is insufficient, with the World Food Programme needing $112 million to assist 1.1 million people over the next 90 days. The Rafah crossing's limited reopening has not met the population's needs, with only a fraction of the required aid entering Gaza. WFP staff also face food shortages, and the situation is dire with only one bakery operational.

Gaza population lacks food, faces malnutrition, UN food programme official says

09 Nov 2023  |  96.3 Jack FM | Playing What We Want | Nashville, TN
All 2.3 million inhabitants of Gaza face severe food insecurity and malnutrition due to Israel's ongoing siege, according to the World Food Programme (WFP). Humanitarian aid has been insufficient, with only a fraction of the needed supplies reaching the enclave. WFP requires $112 million and safe access to provide aid to 1.1 million people over the next 90 days. The Rafah crossing with Egypt has seen a significant reduction in the number of trucks entering Gaza, exacerbating the crisis. WFP staff in Gaza are also struggling with food shortages, highlighting the dire situation.

Belgium's traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  www.marketscreener.com
In Oostduinkerke, the last place where horseback shrimp fishing is practiced, fishermen are witnessing climate change effects on the North Sea ecosystem. They observe decreased shrimp catches, increased presence of Atlantic species like weevers and squid due to warming waters, and altered fishing seasons. NASA states that oceans have absorbed 90% of human-caused global warming, with North Sea surface temperatures rising by 0.3 degrees Celsius per decade since 1991. Marine ecology researcher Ilias Semmouri and Hans Polet, science director of ILVO, note the challenges in managing fish stocks sustainably amid these changes.

Belgium's traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  www.saltwire.com
In Oostduinkerke, Belgium, the last place where horseback shrimp fishing is practiced, fishermen are witnessing climate change effects on the North Sea ecosystem. They report a decrease in shrimp catch and an increase in species like weevers and squid, which are moving north due to warming waters. NASA states that oceans have absorbed 90% of the warming caused by humans, with North Sea surface temperatures rising by 0.3 degrees Celsius per decade since 1991. This has disrupted traditional fishing seasons and made it challenging to set sustainable fishing quotas. Scientists and fishermen express concern over the unpredictable changes and the future of marine populations.

Belgium’s traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  kelo.com
In Oostduinkerke, Belgium, the last remaining horseback shrimp fishers are witnessing climate change firsthand, with a decrease in shrimp catch and an increase in species like weevers and squid due to warming waters. The North Sea's surface temperatures have risen by about 0.3 degrees Celsius per decade since 1991, disrupting traditional fishing seasons and making it challenging to set sustainable fishing quotas. Scientists and fishermen express concern over the unpredictable changes in fish stocks and the overall impact of climate change on marine ecosystems.

Belgium’s traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  wtvbam.com
In Oostduinkerke, Belgium, the last remaining horseback shrimp fishers are witnessing climate change effects firsthand, with a decrease in shrimp catch and an increase in species like weevers and squid due to rising North Sea temperatures. The UNESCO-recognized tradition has been disrupted by the absence of snow and shifting fish populations. Marine ecology researchers and fisheries institutes are concerned about the unpredictable changes in fish stocks and the difficulty in setting sustainable fishing quotas.

Belgium’s traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  985theriver.com
In Oostduinkerke, Belgium, the last remaining horseback shrimp fishers are witnessing the impacts of climate change on the North Sea ecosystem. Gunther Vanbleu and Eddy D’Hulster have observed a decrease in shrimp catches and an increase in species like weevers and squid, which are moving north due to warming waters. Marine ecology researcher Ilias Semmouri from Ghent University and Hans Polet of ILVO confirm these shifts, noting higher abundances of certain species and the decline of North Sea cod due to temperature rises and overfishing. The changes are disrupting traditional fishing seasons and making it difficult to set sustainable quotas.

Belgium’s traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  943jackfm.com
In Oostduinkerke, Belgium, the last practitioners of UNESCO-recognized horseback shrimp fishing are witnessing climate change effects firsthand, with a decrease in shrimp catch and an increase in species like weevers and squid due to rising North Sea temperatures. NASA states that oceans have absorbed 90% of the warming caused by humans, with the North Sea warming by 0.3°C per decade since 1991. This has disrupted fishing seasons and fish populations, complicating sustainable fishing quota management. Scientists and fishermen express concern over the unpredictable changes and the future of marine ecosystems.

Belgium’s traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  kfgo.com
In Oostduinkerke, Belgium, the last place where horseback shrimp fishing is practiced, fishermen like Gunther Vanbleu have become witnesses to climate change's impact on the North Sea ecosystem. They observe a decrease in shrimp catch and an increase in species like weevers and squid, which are moving north due to warming waters. Marine temperatures in the North Sea have risen by about 0.3 degrees Celsius per decade since 1991, disrupting traditional fishing seasons and fish stocks. Scientists and fishermen report difficulty in setting sustainable fishing quotas due to these unpredictable changes. North Sea cod populations have also declined significantly, attributed to both rising sea temperatures and overfishing.

Belgium’s traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  kelofm.com
In Oostduinkerke, Belgium, the last place where horseback shrimp fishing is practiced, fishermen like Gunther Vanbleu have observed changes in marine life due to climate change. The North Sea's surface temperatures have risen, affecting shrimp populations and bringing species like weevers and squid further north. Scientists from Ghent University and ILVO note increased abundances of certain species and challenges in setting sustainable fishing quotas. The traditional fishing season has also been disrupted, with snow becoming a rare occurrence.

Belgium’s traditional horseback fishers see climate change in their nets

07 Nov 2023  |  krro.com
On Belgium’s far-western coast, horseback shrimp fishers in Oostduinkerke, the last place in the world where this tradition is practiced, are witnessing firsthand the impacts of climate change on the North Sea ecosystem. Rising sea temperatures have led to a decrease in shrimp catches and an increase in species like weevers and squid, traditionally found further south. Scientists and fishermen report that climate change is causing unpredictable changes in fish stocks, complicating sustainable fishing efforts. The article highlights the concerns of local fishers and researchers about the future of marine populations.

It’s getting harder to win major titles, says Germany’s Daebritz

28 Jul 2023  |  kfgo.com
Sara Daebritz, a midfielder with a history of winning titles, believes that the increasing depth and quality of women's soccer make it more challenging to win major tournaments. Despite Germany's strong start at the Women's World Cup with a 6-0 win over Morocco, Daebritz notes that other strong teams have faced difficulties, highlighting the progress of smaller nations. She remains confident in Germany's squad and their chances of securing a third world title. Germany is set to face Colombia next, a team that showed promise in their opening match against South Korea.

Soccer-It’s getter harder to win major titles, says Germany’s Daebritz

28 Jul 2023  |  wibqam.com
Sara Daebritz, a midfielder with a history of winning titles with Germany and club football, acknowledges the increasing difficulty of winning major prizes due to the growing depth and quality of the women's game. She is currently in Australia aiming to win more medals at the Women's World Cup. Germany had a strong start with a 6-0 win over Morocco, but Daebritz notes that other strong teams have faced challenges. She remains confident in Germany's squad and team spirit ahead of their next match against Colombia, who also had an impressive start with a 2-0 victory over South Korea.

Soccer-It’s getter harder to win major titles, says Germany’s Daebritz

28 Jul 2023  |  961dukefm.com
Sara Daebritz, a midfielder with a history of winning titles with Germany and in club football, acknowledges the increasing difficulty of winning major prizes due to the growing depth and quality of the women's game. Despite the challenges, she remains confident in Germany's squad and their chances at the Women's World Cup. Germany's next match is against Colombia, who had a strong start with a 2-0 win over South Korea.

Soccer-It’s getter harder to win major titles, says Germany’s Daebritz

28 Jul 2023  |  102.5 Duke FM
Sara Daebritz, a midfielder with a history of winning titles with Germany and club football, acknowledges the increasing difficulty of winning major prizes due to the growing depth and quality of the women's game. She expresses confidence in Germany's squad and team spirit ahead of their next match against Colombia in Sydney, emphasizing the importance of transitions in the game.

Soccer-It’s getter harder to win major titles, says Germany’s Daebritz

28 Jul 2023  |  Classic Rock 103.5 WIMZ | Knoxville, TN
Sara Daebritz, a key player for Germany's national team, acknowledges the increasing difficulty in winning major titles due to the rising quality and depth in women's football. Despite this, she remains confident in her team's capabilities as they compete in the Women's World Cup in Australia. Germany's strong start with a 6-0 victory over Morocco contrasts with other top teams' struggles, underscoring the competitive nature of the tournament. Daebritz emphasizes the importance of transition play in their upcoming match against Colombia, highlighting the evolving dynamics of the game.

Bart regularly makes feature stories for Germany's reputed news website Zeit Online. He works from scratch until the final product: pitching, filming, editing, scripting.

Bart films, edits and scripts international news stories for press agency AFP in Berlin.

Bart helped Belgian TV channel VTM Nieuws finding stories on the German elections.

Bart filmed and edited several stories for the website of the biggest Dutch newspaper, De Telegraaf.

When France 3 was in Berlin to make a repo on the German Ausbildung schooling system, he arranged the interviews and worked as an interpreter.

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