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More focus on appreciating and protecting the environment: News reports show rising coherence in world consciousness
by Global Good News staff writer
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26 June 2011
'I have to say to the world press, watch, and report what you see. What you see in the world is the whisper of the eternal
song of the administration of the universe. Freedom, peace, prosperity, invincibility—these are the qualities being produced in the units of administration of the universe . . . in every nation. Now the world press has to see, and see, and see. And report what you see.' —Maharishi
Global Good News documents the positive trends of rising world consciousness resulting from the success of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's programmes in every area to create coherence and positivity in individual life and for the whole society.
This report features more positive trends in the environment in May 2011, drawn from daily news reports around the world.
More focus on appreciating and protecting the environment
Mother Nature is receiving more positive attention worldwide. More animals and vegetation are being protected. Viewing the natural wonders of nature is becoming increasingly widespread as the month of May saw eco-tourism being popularized in Australia, Russia, and Thailand.
Australian researchers found that sharks are an enormous boon to tourism revenues if protected.
Russia is helping to save its wildlife through tourism. A new tour to southern Russia hopes to aid a critically endangered species—Central Asia's antelope, the saiga—while giving tourists an inside look at a region rarely travelled.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand has mapped out twenty low-environmental impact 'green routes'. The eco-friendly tours run from central Thailand to the northern tribal enclaves of Chiang Mai, and Chiang Rai to Isaan in the northeast region.
In May, South Africa vowed to protect the rhinoceros; Vietnam, Liberia, and Indonesia the trees; Thailand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India, Botswana, Republic of Congo, Kenya, and Tanzania the elephants.
The United Nations wants to promote more efficient and safe use of resources. Sha Zukang, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, said at the opening of the 19th session of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development, 'Much more can and must be done across the globe to pursue inclusive and environmentally sound economic growth. We must accelerate our efforts to advance sustainable development and to meet our commitments to future generations.'
The United States Department of the Interior started to remove a dam in order to restore an ecosystem. The Elwha River Restoration project on the Olympic Peninsula near Port Angeles, Washington, will restore the river to its wild state to allow diverse species of Pacific salmon and other fish to thrive once again.
See also Part I and Part II of this series.
Global Good News Successes will continue to feature summaries of rising positive trends in many fields of life around the world, starting from May 2011 and continuing in the coming months.
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