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On this page you will find news about the different topics that The World Foundation for Natural Science is concerned with in order to restore Natural Order on our precious planet Earth. At the same time we also would like to share positive motivating information with you which shows that in many areas necessary rethinking is occurring. In order to advance this shift of consciousness even further, it takes every single one of us. Therefore, we invite you to share this information with your friends and acquaintances, too.

Philippines ban smoking

President Duterte has signed an Executive Order implementing a nationwide ban on smoking in all public places. Read on...

Pesticides are unnecessary and violate human rights

„Excessive use of pesticides is very dangerous for the human health and the environment and it is misleading to claim that pesticides are necessary for ensuring food production.” In their report to the General Assembly of the United Nations and The Human Rights Council of the United Nations the special rapporteurs Dr. Hilal Elver und Baskut Tuncak contradict the paradigms of the agricultural chemistry industry giants. Read on...

Arbour Day 2017 – Pictures of worldwide Activities

Around the globe very many people have committed themselves to the trees, have participated in events, have planted trees or have “only” strolled through the forest to wonder at this true miracle of nature and to honour to it. With numerous information booths the attention has also been drawn to the importance and existential significance […] Read on...

Earth Day 2017 – Pictures of worldwide Activities

Earth Day has been celebrated worldwide. Under the patronage of The World Foundation for Natural Science through numerous activities like, for example, lectures or information booths, various aspects of our wonderful planet have been highlighted. This great commitment for Mother Earth has been documented for you with pictures. Read on...

Earth Day 2017

Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd every year in over 175 countries and it enhances appreciation of  our natural environment. It is also supposed to make us rethink our consumer behaviour. Read on...

Arbour Day 2017

In the Tree Kingdom many records have been set. A bristlecone pine in the Californian White Mountains is 5062 years old; its exact location is kept secret by scientists for its own safety. In the same area grows “Methuselah”, also a pine tree, which is an impressive 4700 years old. Read on...

GMO corn proven not to be substantially equivalent to natural corn

A recent study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports has found through molecular analysis that GMO corn is not substantially equivalent to its natural counterpart. This means the GMO corn cannot be claimed safe or healthy just because non-GMO corn is, without rigorous, independent, fully documented proof; it is different to real corn. Read on...

US Surgeon General: E-cigarettes are unsafe for young people

The ever-growing evidence that electronic cigarettes are dangerous to health and significantly increase the risk of the user turning to tobacco cigarettes, has led the US Surgeon General to warn parents, children and youth to avoid e-cigarettes and live a tobacco-free life. Read on...

Switzerland: New Federal Act on tobacco products

On December 8th the Swiss National Council is going to vote on the proposal of the Federal Council regarding the new Federal Act on tobacco products. According to this Act, tobacco product manufacturers will no longer be allowed to advertise in newspapers, on posters, in cinemas or online portals. Distribution of free samples or sponsoring […] Read on...