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In today’s news, Korea contributes to humanitarian initiatives in Africa, research affirms harmful effect of livestock grazing to natural ecosystems, study finds way to boost bee population, Seychelles commits to afforestation, leader of Portugal joins sea rescue, United States meat producer expands vegan offerings, and Australian state government announces new koala national park.

Korea, a Shining World Leadership Award for Compassion laureate, supports humanitarian air services in Africa during COVID-19.

The Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs has contributed US$2.5 million to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in support of the United Nations Humanitarian Air Services’ (UNHAS’) continued operation in Nigeria, Cameroon, Sudan and Chad. The funding allows the UNHAS to reach remote areas and ensure that vital medical equipment is delivered to those most affected by the pandemic. Each year, the UNHAS transports over 110,000 passengers and 380 megatons of relief supplies in these countries to assist remote communities in need of humanitarian aid. Thank you, Korea and the United Nations Humanitarian Air Services. May all our sisters and brothers be cared for during challenging times as we pray for Heaven’s protection and strength.

Study finds livestock grazing reduces biodiversity.

Researchers from Canada’s University of Alberta examined the effect of livestock grazing on native animals and plants in every continent except Antarctica, by analyzing more than 100 independent studies. The findings, published in the journal Ecology Letters, revealed that herbivore and pollinator biodiversity reduced worldwide where livestock graze, indicating further repercussions to other groups in natural ecosystems. This “replacement effect,” where the role of herbivores is occupied by livestock, can decrease vertebrate abundance and invertebrate diversity. Some species of pollinators such as flies, bees, butterflies and beetles became especially vulnerable. Our appreciation, University of Alberta researchers, for the important investigation into understanding the harmful effects of livestock grazing. We pray all humanity quickly switches to a vegan diet so that Nature’s balance can be restored, in Divine grace.

Up next on Noteworthy News, study finds way to boost bee population. We give thanks to the clever packaging engineers, who find economical and sustainable ways to protect products. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more helpful news.

Hallo Earth-loving friends, it’s Emanuel the vegan Ethiopian Wolf. You smell so clean and health-full just like me. You must be a vegan, I am right, love you much for that... Here is a little tip on how to save a book that accidentally got wet. Immediately put the wet book in a sealed plastic bag and freeze for at least 24 hours to solidify. This will prevent bleeding ink, mold from forming, and pages from tearing. Once frozen, you can open the book and spread out its pages without them sticking together. To dry, sit the book upright and place absorbent (eco-friendly) paper towels in between every few pages and let it air-dry. This method is particularly effective for glossy magazine-type papers and old parchment books. Thank you for tuning in. Love you for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet for all humans and us all co-inhabitants. And now, the worldwide weather.

Scientists discover certain landscapes attract wild pollinators.

Germany’s University of Göttingen’s agroecologists conducted research, published in the Journal of Applied Ecology, to determine how the structure of crop fields affects the populations of major pollinators, such as bumblebees, solitary wild bees, and hoverflies. After analyzing nine selected landscapes in Göttingen, the researchers found that planting flower strips on the margin of conventional crops in smaller fields had a beneficial effect on bumblebee reproduction and plant richness. It was also found that organic fields would encourage more pollinators with increased area. The European Union is funding organic farming and the growing of flower strips in an attempt to increase the number of wild bees and hoverflies. What a remarkable discovery, University of Göttingen researchers. We’re also grateful for the European Union’s protective efforts. In Celestial care, may all lovely little pollinators thrive as we become better guardians of our sacred Earth home.

Seychelles island citizens to plant 100,000 trees this year.

Citizens from Praslin, an island in the Seychelles archipelago, will plant 100,000 trees this year as part of a greater reforestation project implemented by the local environmental group, Terrestrial Restoration Action Society of Seychelles (TRASS), which plans to eventually plant 500,000 trees. Initiated by the Seychelles Employee Transition Scheme to also help create jobs, the endeavor will involve people who were previously working in the tourism sector. Several teams are allocated to different tasks, including some to look after the small plants, those to collect humus and soil, and a group to gather seeds and propagation material. We applaud your project benefitting both your people and environment, Seychelles. May your efforts bear fruit and bring out your isles’ immaculate beauty even more, in God’s splendor.

President of Portugal helps rescue two women cast adrift at sea.

The President of Portugal, His Excellency Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, recently helped to rescue two women who had become stranded in the ocean after getting caught in a current and their kayak capsized. His Excellency was visiting Algarve beach as part of his efforts to promote tourism in the country. After being interviewed by journalists, the 71-year-young president caught sight of the struggling women and immediately swam to their rescue. Another man was also assisting, and a jet skier came after him to help tow the kayak back to the shore. Many thanks, Your Excellency Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, for your unhesitating heroism and noble example. May charming Portugal prosper through your wise leadership, in Heaven’s gentle guidance. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Joyfully present His Excellency Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, President of Portugal the Shining World Caring Leadership Award, with high praises, esteem and best wishes in God’s Love.”

Coming up, United States meat producer expands vegan offerings. We’re just going to ask for a quick hug from our affectionate animal companion. We’ll be right back with more pleasant news here on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Creative News for a Visionary World.

United States food supplier adds vegan options.

US-based food supplier Hormel Foods Corporation, with a global presence across 75 countries, recently added a range of vegan meat substitutes including fully-cooked crumbles in flavors such as Italian, traditional, Chorizo, and breakfast. The company also offers an uncooked plant-based ground beef substitute that can be formed into patties for burgers, added to pasta sauces, and more. Made from pea protein, the products are flavored with various natural herbs and spices. Hormel Foods Director of Sales, Paul Sheehan, stated, “These new items allow food manufacturers to explore how easy it is to add the power of plant-based ingredients to a variety of applications.” Such exciting news, Hormel Foods, on the release of your delicious plant-based meat offerings. In Divine understanding, may all food companies join the compassionate movement and soon go 100% vegan out of love for our animal co-inhabitants.

Australia welcomes new koala national park.

The government of New South Wales (NSW) recently announced the creation of Guula Ngurra National Park to protect koalas and hopefully increase their population. The park’s name means “koala country” in the Gundangara Aboriginal people’s language, the traditional keepers of the land on which the park is located. Covering 3,358 hectares, most of the park’s land was purchased by the NSW government for environmental conservation. Local conservation groups are recommending that the government protect more land to ensure the survival of the iconic Australian species, while the state’s Minister for Energy and Environment, The Honorable Matt Kean, pledged, “This is just the beginning − we have a lot more to do.” New South Wales is a Shining World Leadership Award for Protection recipient, and a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion and Caring laureate. Our accolades, New South Wales government, on your new national park for the beloved koalas. May all your precious native animals thrive in God’s tender love.

Let our joke of the day bring an outburst of gleeful sparkles for your spirit. It’s called, “A Tired Traveler.”

A tired traveler decided to find a hotel for the night. He stumbled to the front desk and said to the clerk: “Pardon me, I’m exhausted, I’ve been driving for 14 hours, I’m hungry, and I have a headache. Can you just tell me what room I’m in?”

The helpful clerk replied: “Certainly, sir. You are in the lobby.”

And now we have a heartline from Glenn Ratcliffe in the United States:

Dear Master, My name is Glenn Ratcliffe; I am an initiate and a filmmaker. Upon receiving initiation, my wife (also an initiate) and I wrote a movie called “Tested”; it was divinely-inspired after initiation. I feel our movie is a staircase to Heaven while opening the non-initiates to the Master’s wisdom and earthly concerns. I believe the wisdom in this project will create a tipping point and defeat negative maya. We discuss, among other things, veganism, the ecological chain breaking, the greenhouse effect, homelessness, etc. This is a pilot for a TV show, and we have the first 14 episodes drafted; each one will address Master’s concerns. We must address the Earth’s suffering at the causal level, awakening one’s inner self to allow transcendence of the ego. This can only be done by educating humans on their responsibility and divinity; you cannot get out of a trap if you don’t know you’re in one. I feel through storytelling, I can reach enough people and create a tipping point to save the Earth.

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I am a humble servant of light and wish to offer all I have. Glenn Ratcliffe from the United States

Innovative Glenn, It is nice to read your message, and we thank you and your wife for sharing Supreme Master Ching Hai’s wisdom through your film work. We wish you well in the development of your television series.

Master has a message for you: “Creative Glenn, greetings with all love and best wishes for your film project. I enjoyed reading about your filmmaking and applaud your passion and focus on bringing awareness to people so that they may make world-bettering decisions such as changing to a vegan lifestyle. Artists can touch many with their work, and I am happy that your television series has a noble purpose. Love to you, your wife and the resilient American people, and may God bless your great nation.”

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Thank you for spending time with us on Noteworthy News. We wish you grace-filled days of Heavenly illumination.

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