Archive for June 1st, 2020


In the West: Propaganda, Hysteria and Truly Foul Breath!

Human Wrongs Watch

By Andre Vltchek | New Eastern Outlook – TRANSCEND Media Service*

If it wasn’t so tragic, it would be laughable: the political brigands in US and Europe are fuming, spitting and rolling their eyes upwards towards the ceiling. They are pointing fingers in all directions, shouting incoherently “China!”, “Russia!”, “Venezuela and Cuba!”, “Iran!”; “You, You, YOU!”.

Journal NEO

China and Russia are quietly building a new world, which includes brand new infrastructure, factories and entire neighborhoods for the people. Hospitals are being constructed, and so are universities, parks, concert halls and public transportation networks.

Both countries are doing all this quickly and noiselessly, and with great determination. And despite sanctions and embargos, they never shout back at the salivating, angry mouths of the Western gurus of brainwashing.

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What Is Biodiversity? Why Does It Matter to Us?

Human Wrongs Watch

1 June 2020 (World Environment Day Global)* — Biodiversity describes the variety of life on Earth, including the 8 million plant and animal species on the planet, the ecosystems that house them, and the genetic diversity among them.


Biodiversity is a complex, interdependent web, in which each member plays an important role, drawing and contributing in ways that may not even be visible to the eye.

The abundant foods we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and the weather that makes our planet habitable all come from nature.

Why Biodiversity Matters

Biodiversity is the foundation that supports all life on land and below water.

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Two-Thirds of Tropical Forests ‘Under Threat in Next Decade’

Human Wrongs Watch

SÃO PAULO (SciDev.Net)* —  Tropical forests can develop resistance to a warmer climate, but 71 per cent will come under threat in the next decade if global average temperatures reach two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, a new study warns.


Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, Sabah, Borneo. Copyright: Dr. Lindsay F. Banin

Forest-dependent communities and the global climate will be affected if tropical forests are further degraded, experts say.

It’s Time for Nature


‘The Foods We Eat, the Air We Breathe, the Water We Drink and the Climate that Makes Our Planet Habitable … All Come from Nature’

1 June 2020 (United Nations)* — The foods we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and the climate that makes our planet habitable all come from nature. For instance, each year, marine plants produce more than a half of our atmosphere’s oxygen, and a mature tree cleans our air, absorbing 22 kilos of carbon dioxide, releasing oxygen in exchange. Despite all the benefits that our nature give us, we still mistreat it. That is why we need to work on that.
A panda in its lunch time
Panda Base, Chengdu, China.The Base is famous for the protection and breeding of endangered wild animals that are unique to China, including giant pandas and red pandas. UNDP/Dylan Lowthian
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