Biodiversity? Boredom in numbers. Pollution? A question of aesthetics. The best antidote to oxygen? Smelling salts from dumping sites. Such is the standpoint of "X-Nature", a daily TV news report on the real emergencies our planet faces which, according to the smiling announcer, are not really as bad as the Cassandra environmentalists would lead us to believe. Grotesquely funny, the film pokes at the bias of the mass media: because the real truth about environmental issues, and many other problems as well, is either packaged or covered up by information agencies.