In today’s news, Japan assists Afghan refugees in Iran, wildlife trade severely affects species’ population, Australian city takes to sidewalk gardening, Russia to showcase one of the world’s first hybrid electric planes, Arizona police officers rescue driver trapped in burning car, fashion houses announce animal fur-free policies, and Californian condor set to return to the Pacific Northwest in the United States.
Japan aids Afghan refugees in Iran.
Japan has donated US$1.25 million to the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) to allow for crucial help needed by the Afghan refugee community located in Iran. The funding will be used to provide access to healthcare and education, vocational and technical training as well as support for small businesses and workshops. This assistance will in return make positive contributions to the economy of the generous Iranian hosts, as the telling example of 20-year-old Miss Roya demonstrated. She has sewn hygiene masks in a UNHCR-established workshop to contribute towards the fight against the pandemic in the country. Japan is a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, Generosity, and Animal Protection laureate. The United Nations is a laureate of the Shining World Leadership Award for Humanitarianism and two Shining World Leadership for Lives-Saving-Hero Awards. Our gratitude Japan, United Nations Refugee Agency and Iran, for continuing your considerate help for the Afghan brothers and sisters! May Heaven bless all to thrive in peace, safety and prosperity.
Wildlife trade causing alarming decline in species.
After an analysis of 31 studies, a team of international researchers led by The University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom found that the global wildlife trade has led to a 62% reduction in species abundance, with about 100 million animals and plants being trafficked each year. Endangered species had an even larger decrease at 81%, resulting in an almost complete disappearance of certain rare animals such as spider monkeys and Baird’s tapir. Most of the studies reviewed the African tropics and South America, while some looked at Asia and North America, and found that protected areas offered only 15% additional advantage in comparison to regions that were not safeguarded. Our appreciation, The University of Sheffield and participating researchers, for this important report. In the grace of the Providence, may a vegan world soon arise as we bequeath animals their rightful and safe homes on a caring planet.
Up next, Australian city takes to sidewalk gardening, increasing friendships. We’ll just take a moment to thank the technicians that help to build and fine-tune our valuable computer servers by assembling different hardware parts and installing related software for their reliable function. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more excellent news.
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Neighbors in Australian city make friends by gardening on public verges.
Residents of Perth, Australia, have been planting food and other vegetation on the public strip of land between their homes and the road known as the verge. This smart gardening activity has been welcomed by most councils and is helping to bring people together into a more tightly-knit community. The friendly neighbors share their produce with each other and cordially engage passersby, while also planting trees and shrubs to attract bees, birds and other animals, thus enhancing the area’s biodiversity. Sunny Perth residents, we are enlivened to hear of the loving energy spreading through your city. In the peace of Heaven, may this endeavor continue to radiate positivity as your citizens connect with each other and nature.
Russia will soon showcase one of the world’s first hybrid electric planes.
During the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2021 airshow to be held in Russia in July of this year, the country will debut the innovative aircraft. The motor used is being developed by Russia’s Central Institute of Aviation Motors (CIAM) and uses high temperature superconductors with a gas hybrid power system and other technology to achieve a 500 kilowatts output. This novel engine could also help to power helicopters in the future. Way to go, Russian scientists and the Central Institute of Aviation Motors, on your pioneering creation. May your ongoing development prove a success to help lead the way to safe and eco-friendly air transport, in God’s light.
Police officers courageously pull unconscious man from burning car.
Police Officers Joel Kaminsky and Rudy Castillo from Phoenix, Arizona, United States, responded to the scene of the burning car where a driver was trapped inside. The officers shattered the car’s window using a fire extinguisher and pulled the man to safety. The car was full of smoke and things inside it started to explode soon after the timely evacuation. Without knowing he had a cut on his hand, Officer Kaminsky performed CPR on the unconscious driver and successfully resuscitated him. Commenting on the incident, the Phoenix Police Department said: “This is what we do. In situations where we don’t have time to hesitate, our training kicks in, and that could mean the difference between life and death.” Brave Officers, Joel Kaminsky and Rudy Castillo, we are touched by your quick and precise efforts that saved the driver’s life. May all police officers be shielded by the Heavens for their life’s dedication to protecting others.
Coming up, high fashion houses announce fur-free policies. We’ll pause for a moment to acknowledge the voice-guided Global Positioning System (GPS) software that gives us step by step directions on the road so we can safely navigate to places that we’ve never been before. More laudable news coming up on Supreme Master Television.
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Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen to stop using animal fur.
Popular Spanish design brand Balenciaga and well-known British fashion house Alexander McQueen have announced animal fur-free policies. They now join a growing list of designers renouncing this inhumane practice, including Armani, Burberry, DKNY, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors, Prada and Versace. PJ Smith, Director of Fashion Policy for the Humane Society of the United States, a Shining World Award for Benevolence recipient, told World Animal News: “This latest announcement ….is making a huge statement. As more brands move away from using fur, they pave the way for others to follow, as well as for future fur-free legislation.” What inspiring news! Thank you, Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga for acting responsibly by following a more compassionate business model. In the guidance of the Divine, may we witness the protection of our cherished animal friends across all industries.
Californian condor to be reintroduced to Pacific Northwest, United States.
After 100 years, the majestic Californian condor is set to return to the coastal forests and prairies of the American Pacific Northwest. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service and the Yurok Nation will work together to develop a new release facility to support the reintroduction of the species into the Yurok Ancestral Territory and Redwood National Park. There were only 22 of these critically endangered birds in the early 1980s. Today, through conservation efforts, the total wild population is more than 300, and reside in California’s Central Coast, Arizona, Utah, Baja California and Mexico. As part of the new conservation initiative, four to six juvenile condors will be released each year for the next 20 years. We thank you, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service and the Yurok Nation, for your efforts in preserving this great species. May this glorious bird flourish, in Celestial splendor.
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