In today’s news, World Bank supports green pandemic recovery in Brazil, researchers show sea ice loss a climate tipping point, scientists discover only certain plants make vital energy contributions to food web, nearly 20% of ocean floor now mapped in scientific endeavor, former child landfill scavenger now assists impoverished in Nairobi, Kenya, vegan seven-time Formula One champion Sir Lewis Hamilton honored by BBC, and injured bald eagle rescued by two children and firefighters in United States.
World Bank promotes sustainable development and COVID relief in Brazil.
The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development has provided a US$200 million loan for an initiative focusing on Amazonas, Brazil’s largest state. Some of the funds will further fiscal reforms to areas like pensions, and the establishment of fiscal responsibility legislation that will assist in the recovery from the pandemic. A governmental program that will facilitate climate-based public policies and investments will also be supported. Other funding will go toward advancing sustainable practices and efforts to protect the Amazon as well as creating 500 eco-friendly jobs and increasing measures to address deforestation and forest fires. Our appreciation, the World Bank and Amazonas. May your forward-thinking collaboration enhance the well-being of Brazil’s loving citizens and the vital Amazonian region, in Heaven’s sheltering grace.
Wide-scale northern sea ice melting determined to precede rapid global warming.
Scientists from Denmark’s University of Copenhagen and the ICE2ICE project in Norway have found that during the last glacial period, approximately between 10,000 and 110,000 years ago, widespread Nordic sea ice loss resulted in swift climate change. The conclusion came after studying sediment and ice core samples from the Nordic Sea and East Greenland, respectively. These showed the relationship between drastic sea ice cover changes and temperature. At times during that period, the temperature across the Greenland ice sheet rapidly rose by up to 16.5 degrees Celsius. The study is especially relevant today as the Northern Hemisphere’s sea ice continues to quickly decline. Thank you, the University of Copenhagen and ICE2ICE researchers, for your timely study of our planet’s warming history. May we now limit greenhouse gas emissions through the cooling vegan diet to ensure our beautiful Earth’s and all beings’ protection, in God’s beneficence.
Up next, scientists discover only certain plants make vital energy contributions to food web. We are going to thank the marketing managers of earth-friendly products and services who help introduce their companies’ offerings to a wide range of customers who may not be aware of these green options. We’ll be right back, with more positive news on Supreme Master Television.
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Researchers find keystone plants integral to food web.
A study led by Dr. Doug Tallamy of the University of Delaware in the United States has discovered that in all US regions, only a small percentage of the native plants do most of the work in converting the sun’s energy into food for insects and animals. For example, out of 2,000 species, there are only 38 such important indigenous trees and plants in the mid-Atlantic region, including wild cherry, oak, birch, willow, asters, perennial sunflowers, and goldenrod. The researchers recommend that people incorporate these types of “key native plants” in their gardens to sustain local insects and animals. Our gratitude, Dr. Doug Tallamy and co-researchers, for identifying these amazing flora that help support ecosystems. May your research lead to new methods of nature conservation as we safeguard our planet’s loving animal co-inhabitants, in the immeasurable kindness of the Providence.
Nearly one-fifth of ocean floor mapped since 2017.
Seabed 2030, led by the non-profit Nippon Foundation of Japan and General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans, an international group of ocean mapping experts, seeks to map the entire floor by 2030, with data generated free to the public. The project announced that currently, 19%, or 14.5 million square kilometers, is mapped, a 4% increase from 2019. A complete map will assist in ocean research related to sea-level rise, tides, tsunamis and more. Global charity Ocean Conservation Trust’s spokesperson Helen Gowans emphasized the endeavor’s importance, saying the seabed’s layout affects ocean currents that are shifting due to global warming, and this influences worldwide weather and climate. Thank you, Nippon Foundation of Japan and the General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans, for collecting this information on our marine waters. In Heaven’s loving support, may humanity conserve the deep blue seas for future generations.
Former child street-dweller aids indigent in Kenya.
Samuel Omollo, orphaned at age nine, ended up living on Nairobi’s streets and scavenging garbage at a dumpsite. Fortunately, with the help of nongovernmental organizations, he was later able to have a place to live and go to school, graduating with a diploma in journalism. In 2016, Mr. Omollo founded Mng’aro Mtaani, a charity that provides donated clothes and other items to disadvantaged people in Nairobi at no cost. The non-profit also organizes and promotes sports for peace, spreads awareness to prevent substance and child abuse, and assists children in going to school. The organization’s other activities include providing soap and food to families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our loving appreciation, Samuel Omollo and Mng’aro Mtaani, for your ongoing dedication to serving others. In the grace of the Divine, may you continue with your noble mission and receive abundant support and assistance to extend your humanitarian activities.
Coming up, vegan seven-time Formula One champion Sir Lewis Hamilton honored by BBC. We now pause to pray to the Benevolent Beings of the Original Universe and Beyond, thanking Them for all They are doing to uplift our world. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more laudable news. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Meaningful News for an Advancing World.
Vegan British star athlete wins prestigious award.
Seven-time Formula One champion Sir Lewis Hamilton, a Shining World Right Business Award laureate, is the 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year. He is now a two-time honoree, placing him among only five of such heroes who have won twice. Sir Lewis became a vegan in 2017, due to animal welfare concerns and the improvements in his health and energy levels through following a plant-based diet. The outspoken vegan advocate is also an investor in Neat Burger, a plant-based burger chain with three London outlets. In his acceptance speech, Sir Lewis encouraged children, saying, “…continue to believe in yourself, because you have what it takes to be great.” A standing ovation, Sir Lewis Hamilton, for your amazing success and recognition. May your stellar plant-powered career continue to soar and be an inspiration to many, in Heavenly glory.
Two children and firefighters in United States rescue injured bald eagle.
The youngsters had found the exhausted bird entangled in fishing line with a hook piercing his beak, preventing him from flying and eating. The kids brought the distressed eagle to Pasco County Fire Rescue Station 21 in Hudson, Florida. The dehydrated and underweight bird was then transported to the nonprofit Owl’s Nest Sanctuary for Wildlife, where the hook was removed and treatment administered. The lovely bald eagle was reported to be eating well and should make a complete recovery! A heartfelt round of applause to all involved for helping our majestic feathered friend. In God’s mercy, may all beings be treated with the utmost respect and care as displayed here, because all lives are precious and deserve only love.
Cheerfulness is your nature, and this joke of the day is the reminder. It’s entitled “Small Apples.”
A woman traveling through the country stopped at a small roadside fruit stand and bought some apples. When she mentioned they were incredibly small, the farmer replied:
The woman took a bite of one of the apples and exclaimed:
“Not very flavorful, either!”
“That’s right. Lucky they’re small, ain’t it?”
And now we have a heartline from Li in China:
Greetings, venerated Master and dear Supreme Master TV team. Before I followed Master, I was a benign person. However, I was very vindictive. If others were kind to me, I would repay them. If others bullied me, I would also repay them. Since I have followed Master, I have opened my mind. As a devout Buddhist, I also began to read some books and watch films about Jesus Christ. The night when I finished reading the book "Jesus" and watching the movie "The Passion of the Christ," I burst into tears and felt so heartbroken. I asked God to help me understand the magnanimity Jesus had in order to forgive the ones who killed Him, and to even pray to God to forgive them. We were all born as humans, but why is there such a big difference between our minds? That night, amazing grace descended upon me. I was embraced by the Light of Holy Love, in which I felt the love and security that I had never felt before. I came to understand that there is no hatred or enmity in the world. At that moment, even if the murderer of my father stood in front of me, I would forgive him. Master, I will meditate diligently and love others unconditionally for the rest of my life. With lots of love and best wishes, I wish that Master be healthy, auspicious and successful every day! Your disciple, Li from China
Wise Li, Thank you for sharing your profound insights since coming to know Master. We wish you continued spiritual growth, bliss in your meditation and many more blessings for you and the noble Chinese people. In Heaven’s grace, Supreme Master TV team
P.S. Master says: “Tender Li, forgiveness and compassion are the marks of a saint. It is very good that you can see past the illusory nature of life and let go of anger and animosity toward those who may have wronged you. May you and gracious China be bathed in Heaven’s pure love.”
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