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Humanity Will Continue to Live an Inferior Life Than What is Possible Until the Two Halves, Women and Men, with All Individuals in Them, are Absolutely, Fundamentally and Jubilantly Equal at Liberty. Humanity, Therefore, Is Not and Can Not Be Free Until All Humans are Equals for Only by the Yardstick of This Equality Their State of Being Free Can Be Measured. In Other Words, There Can Not Exist Liberty Unless There Exists Equality Between and Among All Humans and This State of Equality Can Not Come to Exist So Long There Remain Two Groups of Humans: The Powerful and The Powerless: Whereby the Former Controls the Later and Creates, Maintains and Carries Forward the Perpetual State of Inequality: Economically, Politically, Judicially, Constitutionally, Socially, Culturally and Spiritually. To Reach the State of Equality and Liberty, the Task Before Humanity is, Therefore, to Change This State by Taking Away Ownership and Money and, with Them, the Power They Generate and Confer, That Lets One Small Group of Humans, The Powerfuls, Subjugating the Vast Multitude of Humans, The Powerless, Under Their Dictatorship. For Only by Taking Away 'the Gun' of the Power of the Powerfuls, Humanity Can Bring About the State of Liberty, as Well as, Equality at Once: Equality and Liberty Can Not and Do Not Exist Separately But Together and Simultaneously. Equality and Liberty Exist as The Promethumean Fire: In Which There is the Light and There is the Heat in One Flame: The Humanion Stands Here on the Path of Humanics: A State of Liberty for All Humanity at Equality. The Promethumean: Where Prometheus is Not Seen as a Man But a Human: In Short, Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd and The Humanion Stand for These and Exist and Work for the Promotion of This Vision of Humanics for a Better Human Condition for All Humanity Across the Mother Earth on the Mother Universana: We Invite You All for Your Support: Join Us in Telling the World and World Humanity That: An Infinitely Better Human Condition for All Humanity Across the Mother Earth IS Possible

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|| Sunday: July 12: 2020 || ά. Dear Reader, Regine Group of Publications will go on the Summer break from Tuesday, July 14 till Monday, August 31. Therefore, we shall resume publication of all out titles on Tuesday, September 01. This is due to the fact that this is the ‘thin season’ for the news and events in the world as it is the holiday season so that it would be quite opportune for us to take a break. For the record, we have not had a break for, at least, the last fourteen years, particularly, since the foundation of The Humanion because since then it has been twenty-four-seven work.

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|| Sunday: July 05: 2020 || ά. The Future of Britain’s museums, galleries, theatres, independent cinemas, heritage sites and music venues will be protected with emergency grants and loans. The funding will, also, be provided to restart construction work at cultural and heritage sites, paused as a result of the pandemic Britain’s globally renowned arts, culture and heritage industries will receive a world-leading £01.57 billion rescue package to help weather the impact of corona virus, the government has announced today. And it is a welcome intervention and wise investment in keeping alive the pulses, beats and strides of the soul of the people in the cultural and heritage landscapes of the country for these sectors and comes at an existentially challenging time. The Humanion absolutely is delighted that the Government has shown vision in coming up with this package because life is infinitely far more than bread and butter, which was that Mr David Cameron and Mr George Osborn thought life was about all along their time in power and, it is, absolutely and infinitely far more and far beyond the capabilities of the left-over life’s remnants, that are viruses, to destroy, let alone, defeat. The Old Man may have gone to the sea but he shall not get drowned or defeated by some sharks; he shall strive and he shall stride and he shall fight on and reach the shore, bringing in the catch to the harbour for people to see: that no one and nothing can defeat humanity, even, if, they succeed in destroying it. That epic fight is what human existence is about.

These sectors in the cultural, arts, heritage, music world and others are the proof that the soul of the people and the nation is still alive and going and these funding will keep on providing that means to the agencies and organisations to keep these beating hearts going despite the pandemic. Yes, the virus has unleashed havoc and brought about infinite sufferings and taken so much of life and so many thousands of lives but it can not, it must not and it shall never be allowed to touch the soul of the people, soul of the nation, that must keep on beating with hope and love: with infinite hope and infinite love for that infinite love and infinite hope, regardless of how desperate things get, make a home, suitable enough for life and living the life. Thousands of organisations across a range of sectors, including, the performing arts and theatres, heritage, historic palaces, museums, galleries, live music and independent cinema will be able to access emergency grants and loans. The money, which represents the biggest ever one-off investment in UK culture, will provide a lifeline to vital cultural and heritage organisations across the country hit hard by the pandemic. It will help them stay afloat while their doors are closed. Funding to restart paused projects will, also, help support employment, including, freelancers working in these sectors.

|| Thursday: July 02: 2020 || ά. Eleven-year-old Ms Kitty Thwaite is to have the climate change livery she designed for Envision Virgin Racing’s Formula E car recreated in full and put on display, after she beat more than 3,100 entries in the Team’s global art competition. Held in partnership with National Geographic Kids and children’s illustrator Mr Rob Biddulph, the creator of the online series Draw With Rob, the sustainability focused art competition challenged children to draw the all-electric race car through an instructional video and then create their own nature-led custom car designs. 

Judged by the Team’s Managing Director Mr Sylvain Filippi and Managing Director of Nat Geo Kids Mr Peter Johnson, both were impressed with Ms Thwaite’s thought-provoking design, which features a variety of endangered animals set on a background of a ‘warming planet’, together with the message ‘land, air or sea, all animals are precious to me’. “It will be absolutely amazing to see my design for real.” Ms Kitty Thwaite says. She lives in Tetford in Lincolnshire, UK and attends the Edward Richardson Primary School. “We learn about recycling and emissions at school and I care about the environment a lot. I love drawing animals too; pandas are my favourite!''

|| Thursday: July 02: 2020 || ά. Concentrations of sulphur dioxide in polluted areas in India have decreased by around 40% between April 2019 and April 2020. Using data from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite, from the European Union Copernicus programme, scientists have produced new maps, which show the drop in concentrations across the country in times of COVID-19. In a Report by Greenpeace last year, India was named the world’s largest emitter of anthropogenic sulphur dioxide, which is a significant contributor to air pollution.

Sulphur dioxide causes many health-related problems, can harm sensitive eco-systems and is, also, a precursor to acid rain. While some atmospheric sulphur dioxide is produced from natural processes, such as, volcanoes, a substantial amount is produced by human activities, predominantly from power plants burning fossil fuels. In India, emissions of sulphur dioxide have strongly increased over the last ten years, exacerbating haze problems over large parts of the country. However, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, human and industrial activity dropped considerably since the beginning of its lockdown on March 25, 2020.

|| Thursday: July 02: 2020 || ά. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development:EBRD and the European Union:EU are stepping up their support for green investments and climate resilience in Egypt, Morocco and the countries of the Eastern Partnership, which are Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. EU is providing a total of €61.3 million in grants to support three EBRD programmes, helping businesses invest in energy efficiency, cut their carbon footprint, introduce innovative green technologies, support the circular economy and improve legal frameworks for energy and resource efficiency investments.

Climate finance is a crucial instrument for green investments, to increase the use of renewable energy and to build a low-carbon future, especially, at a time when the corona virus pandemic and the drop in fossil fuel prices threaten climate action progress. EBRD and EU via Team Europe are committed to accelerating a green recovery in the countries where they work together. In Egypt, a €24.8 million grant from EU will support the EBRD’s Green Energy Financing Facility:GEFF, which focuses on supporting energy-efficient and renewable energy investments through local financial institutions for lending on to private companies.

|| Thursday: July 02: 2020 || ά. The recently merged Finnish company Metso and Outotec as Metso Outotec Corporation has started operating under the new identity, aspiring to be a partner for positive change for tomorrow’s aggregates, minerals, metals and recycling industries. As sustainable processing of the world’s natural resources is becoming a norm within the industries, Metso Outotec is seeking to drive the transformation. 

Metso Outotec, a unique new company with leadership in sustainable minerals and metals processing and recycling technologies began its operations from July 01. Headquartered in Finland and listed in Nasdaq Helsinki, Metso Outotec employs over 15,000 professionals in more than 50 countries andits illustrative combined sales for 2019 were about €04.2billion. The Company offers its customers crushing and screening equipment for the production of aggregates, as well as, equipment and solutions for minerals processing, metals refining, chemical processing and metal and waste recycling.

|| Thursday: July 02: 2020 || ά. The International Air Cargo Association:TIACA announced that the second edition of the Air Cargo Sustainability Award is now open for applications. The Competition aims to recognise outstanding businesses and industry initiatives, leading the way to a more sustainable air cargo sector. TIACA is calling for applications, demonstrating solutions and practices, making positive change in the areas of TIACA’s sustainability vision for air cargo: supporting social welfare, economic development and environmental protection through innovation and partnerships.

This year, two categories of leadership in sustainability will be awarded: Corporate Prize will recognise an established corporation, an international organisation or a scholar with a long-standing presence in the cargo community with a one-year free membership in the TIACA Sustainability Strategic Partnership Programme, worth $10,000. The Start-Up Prize will recognise and encourage young growing businesses, building their presence in air cargo industry: winner: $10,000 and two runners-up: $2,500 each. CHAMP Cargosystems, one of the leading industry IT solutions providers, has committed to continue sponsoring these awards.

|| Thursday: July 02: 2020 || ά. Further investments in oil and gas infrastructure and, particularly, in new oil sands projects, new shale and tight oil fields and new LNG projects, are, increasingly, risky, given the market trends and fundamentals. This Paper, published by the Stockholm Environment Instittute:SEI examines the risks of future Canadian oil and gas development, using an analysis, based on the fundamentals of supply and demand in oil and gas markets.

The Paper, also, considers how this development squares with Canada’s climate commitments and a growing momentum towards a transition away from fossil fuels. It comes amid the COVID-19 outbreak and aims to inform energy planning and economic recovery, especially, in Canada. The authors find that it could be a mistake to hitch Canada’s recovery and future economic prospects too tightly to fossil fuel production, even, in the western provinces where oil and gas remain top of mind.