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Arbor Day 2018

Trees do an excellent job. Large or small, native to the tundra or the tropics, each tree is important. Trees regulate the climate, with their help, deserts become water-rich, fertile areas again1. Trees hold the soil together and with their strongly branched rootstock enhance the soil’s water storage capacity. They serve as a habitat for thousands of microbes and microorganisms and shape and enrich the countryside. Read on...

Earth Day 2018

Every year on April 22nd ‘Earth Day’ is celebrated in over 175 countries. We from ‚The World Foundation for Natural Science‘ are now doing this for the 25th time since our Founder, The Most Rev. Dr. Peter W. Leach-Lewis, Ch.D. brought forth this unique organisation on February 10th, 1993. We honour Mother Earth. Mother for […] 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...

Arbour Day

Today offers the wonderful opportunity to honour the trees, to remember what we owe them and to become aware that they are the solution to several existential global problems! Read on...

The World Foundation for Natural Science at various fairs ….

In the course of of educating the public we attend various fairs in the health sector. By dealing with specific problems ( e.g. based on concrete health issues) we point out the positive effects of a natural way of life on our physical and emotional well-being. Read on...