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A Revolutionary in Life and Science: Waldemar Haffkine Developed Breakthrough Vaccines and Rescued the Mankind

Bacteriologist Waldemar Haffkine in the shortest time possible developed vaccines for cholera and plague. Waldemar Haffkine lived at a time when in the world deadly diseases stormed. Cholera and plague were killing by millions. Waldemar Mordecai Haffkine (1860-1930) by 1892 created the first effective vaccine against cholera. He tested it on his own body and […]

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Praise the Virus Hunters: These Nurses and Doctors Are Doing Amazing Work

To stop infectious diseases like Coronavirus is hard, to overestimate the bravery of people who willingly fight on the frontlines of outbreaks is impossible. When a new epidemic is gaining speed, scientists have very little information about how a disease jumps from person to person, and how to protect yourself. The only option doctors and […]

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A Man With the Golden Arm: James Harrison Saved 2.4 Million Babies

An Australian blood donor, James Harrison (born 1936, Australia), donated blood every week for 60 years to make a life-saving medication, given to moms whose blood is at risk of attacking their unborn babies. Harrison had major chest surgery when he was just 14. He needed blood donations to save his life and after that […]

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Goats Help Poor Women Gain Financial Independence

A team of health workers trains women from the poorest areas of India to raise healthier goats. Goat nurses or “pashu sakhis” (friends of the animals) fight the lack of access to veterinary services in India with the help of a program called Project Mesha launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Goat nurses […]

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India Fully Transitions to Electric Vehicles: Climate Justice Was Demanded in Delhi

Delhi is one of the most polluted cities in the world and Indian leaders stepping up to make a change. Millions of people demand eco-friendly transformation – reduce tailpipe emissions from urban transportation. According to the International Council for Clean Transportation, about 74,000 premature deaths were the result of air pollution from transportation tailpipe emissions […]

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A Father With 470 Daughters: Mahesh Savani Adopted the Girls and Paid for Their Weddings

Mahesh Savani from Bhavnagar, Gujarat, is a successful businessman and a well-known humanitarian. He bears the wedding expenses for more than 470 fatherless girls.  Mahesh Savani has interests in diamond trading, real estate and education. He lost his brother right at the time of his nieces’ wedding. Mahesh performed all the duties of a father […]

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Watchful Eyes of Drones Keep Protecting Endangered Species Across the Globe

‘Sky Rangers’ monitor protected wildlife areas in Africa and other countries, saving animals from eradication.  The World Wildlife Foundation launched the first project using drone technology in 2012 in an effort to save endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia.  Island Conservation, an organization specializing in preventing animal extinctions around the world, is using drones in […]

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A Father-Daughter Duo Is Fighting Child Mortality Rates in Bangladesh

Saha family, a professor of microbiology and his daughter of the same profession, works at the Child Health Research Foundation (CHRF) to battle child mortality around the globe.  In low-income countries child mortality is high. Dr. Samir Saha and his daughter Dr. Senjuti Saha are trying to reduce the gap in healthcare delivery between developing […]

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Elite Universities Offering Free Online Classes: Open Learning Initiative from 50+ Best Universities

Massive Open Online Courses are taken seriously nowadays. MOOCs enrich college education and promote a lifelong learning.  Elite colleges and universities like Harvard and Yale offer free online courses that inspire and inform students around the globe. These learning opportunities shape the future of higher education.  One can chose a class for fun and entertainment […]

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Carlo Urbani – a Hero Who Fought Coronavirus: He First Recognised Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

Carlo Urbani (1956 – 2003), Castelplanio, Itali, treated diseases in Cambodia, Vietnam, and everywhere around the world and was first to identify SARS.  Urbani, an infectious disease expert with the World Health Organization, examined Johnny Chen, a Chinese-American businessman on Feb 28, 2003, with the symptoms of a suspected avian flu infection that turned out […]

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Japanese Newspaper Becomes a Blooming Flower When Planted

The most famous national newspaper in Japan is 100% sustainable and if planted, it blooms. 4.6 million copies are sold daily bringing over $700,000 in revenues.  The latest Japanese invention is called “Green Newspaper”. It is made of vegetable paper that can be planted after being read. “Green Newspaper” was invented by the publisher The […]

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Sweden’s Floating Libraries: Boats Are Bringing Books to Thousands Who Need Them

The library on the water comes to a Swedish island of Moja, a quiet, green place with about 200 residents.  For one week twice a year the Stockholm county library boat visits 23 islands in the Stockholm archipelago. Rotating staff or 3 or 4 librarians help residents to choose from 3,000 books. People can borrow […]

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Dinosaur Found in 99-Million-Year Old Amber: Bird-Like Skull Is the Smallest Ever Discovered

One can see the outline of a pristinely preserved small skull with a prominent eye socket, a dome-shaped crown of the head, a long snout and small teeth in a small piece of polished yellow amber. In a 99-million-year old amber from Myanmar the skull of Oculudentavis Khaungraae, one of the smallest newly described dinosaurs, […]

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Gardens on the Move: Singapore’s Public Buses Plant Greenery on Top of Their Roofs

The “Garden on the Move” is a part of a three-month study to see whether the temperature inside the buses can be lowered, this potentially will save on fuel used for air-conditioning.  The authorities decided to make an effort to combat the urban heat island effect by reducing temperature outdoors. Research shows that temperature can […]

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Compostable Banana Plates: Peruvian Group Launched Dishes Made of Banana Leaves

A project called “Bio Plant” was launched by a group of young Peruvians. Biodegradable plates reduce environmental pollution.  Naturally shed leaves are collected, pressure washed, scrubbed, sun-dried, compressed and sterilized to produce eco-friendly tableware.  Every banana leaf plate can completely degrade naturally within 2 months. The ones made of polystyrene take up to 500 years, […]

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Meditation Deals With Rowdiness in the Classroom: Violent School Students Changed Into Tolerant Kids

In Montevideo, Uruguay, teachers employ mindfulness to silence the noisy students. In March 2016 teachers of a school in Montevideo came out with the idea of how to build a culture of peaceful coexistence, prevent bullying, violence, and improve overall student performance. Students aged between 11 and 14 started to practice Falun Dafa’s (or Falun […]

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Edible Coffee Cups: Air New Zealand Combats Waste

New Zealand’s national airline is promoting edible coffee cups to reduce the amount of waste onboard its planes. Local company Twiice makes ‘leak-proof’ cups from vanilla-flavored biscotti. The company is working on a new line of edible plates and dishes, which could also work for airlines. It may be a small change but it is […]

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Repave Roads With Recycled Plastic: The Perfect Recipe of Polymer Creates Stronger, Longer-Lasting Road

Countries, companies, and individuals are working to curb the plastic problem. The University of California at San Diego recently approved a road made with recycled plastic waste. Plastic-suffused asphalt is a cheaper alternative than traditional one. It repurposes plastic waste and reduces the amount of petroleum in asphalt. The process helps the country deal with […]

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Animal Bridges Around the World: Bridges for Bears and Tunnels for Tortoises

Wildlife under- and overpasses are remarkably effective for saving lives, both human and animal. Conservationists and architects get together to engineer animal bridges to reduce fatalities for both animals and humans. Ever-expanding roads cut animals off from the resources they need for survival. Engineers design the bridges to be natural-looking and to no frighten the […]

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3D-Printed Home in 24 Hours: Icon Revolutionized Affordable Housing

Icon, an Austin startup, designed 3D-printing technology to build tiny homes in a day’s time. Growing demand for affordable housing in the US forced the team at Icon to reimagine how a home could be constructed. The company developed a 3D printer capable to build a home up to 2,000 square feet and smaller in […]

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The Ozone Layer Over Antarctica Is Recovering: Ozone Hole Is the Smallest on Record

NASA and NOAA Scientists reported that the ozone layer is starting to mend and hopefully recover by the middle of the 21st century, thanks to an international effort to decrease the use of CFCs. NASA and NOAA measure ozone from space using Satellite Systems. Warm temperatures limit ozone depletion. The same happened in September 1988 […]

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Adidas Sneakers Made From Ocean Trash: Millions Pairs Are Sold

Footwear from ocean plastic is gaining popularity and has lasting implications on the future of the Planet. The demand for eco-friendly shoes was growing in the last two years. The Parley for the Oceans’ partnership with Adidas started in 2016. The fruitful collaboration is rethinking of what material can be used to make shoes and […]

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Clean Water Ice Just Below Mars’ Surface: It Promises to Be Pure and Mineable

Future visitors to Mars: short-term or long-term settlers – it all depends on the planet’s subsurface ice reserves. Will future settlers on Mars be able to mine that ice for drinking, growing crops, or converting it into hydrogen for fuel? It is still hard to study the surface of the planet. Dirt, rocks, and other […]

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Giant Pandas Are Out of Danger in China: a New National Park Is Dedicated to Them

The Endangered and the cutest black-and-white bears will have their home in Giant Panda National Park spread across the southwestern province of Sichuan. The new home to over 80% of wild pandas is spread in the area about three times the size of Yellowstone National Park (over 10,476 square miles). The vast space connects China’s […]

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A Snack for Wildlife: A Florida Brewery Creates 6-Pack Edible Rings for Sea Turtles

Six-pack rings made of wheat and barley can either biodegrade or serve as food for turtles. Hopefully, other breweries will follow the example. Plastic rings tangle the wings of sea birds, choke seals and warp the shells of growing sea turtles and it is heart-breaking. More than 50 percent of beer is sold in cans […]

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No More Scared Pets: Silent Fireworks in Italy Reduce Anxiety in Animals

The local government of Collecchio, the province of Parma, Italy, made “Silent fireworks” a law.  The loud noises cause stress to animals, pets, and wildlife. The World Health Organization lists 120 decibels as the pain threshold for sound.  The term “silent fireworks” refers to shows that selectively utilize existing forms of relatively quiet fireworks accompanied […]

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The Worldwide Tobacco Smoking Declined: Fewer People Are Smoking Today, Especially Women

The World Health Organization (WHO) declares that the Americas (North America and South America) are on track to meet a target of 30% reduction in tobacco use by 2025. A ban for tobacco advertising and sponsorship was approved by 180 counters in 2005. The progress is visible as the worldwide prevalence of tobacco smoking has […]

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Cruelty-Free Cosmetics: California Banned Cosmetics Tested on Animals

A groundbreaking law, the California Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act banned all sales of cosmetics that have been tested on animals on January 1, 2020. The new monumental law is appreciated and praised by conscientious consumers around the world. It is an important step in animal protection. The sale of cosmetics that have been tested on animals […]

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Iceland Got Teens to Say No to Drugs: One Country Turned Around a Teen Drinking Crisis

Icelandic families and communities have embraced sobriety and the country became a model to Europe and the US. Drinking used to be part of the culture in Iceland in the 1990s, the teen drinking rate in the country was around 42 percent – the highest in Europe. The Icelandic Centre for Social Research (ICSRA) reported […]

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Literacy Rates Continue to Rise: Youth Literacy Has Improved Most in These Countries

UNESCO Institute for Statistics released new data showing that literacy rates for adults and youth are continuing to rise. The biggest increase can be seen in Morocco thanks to the Moroccan government’s Decade of Education. Mali takes the second place with Senegal following closely with a rise of 23.5 and 20.7 percentage points relatively. This […]

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Ban on Using Wild Animals in Circuses: Portugal’s Law Covers More Than 40 Species

In Portugal people will be enjoying themselves without animals suffering starting from 2024. Circuses will have to register their animals with the government and put them in wildlife sanctuaries. The Portuguese government has followed the example of more than 40 countries including Mexico, Greece, and Singapore, which passed similar bans some years ago. A partial […]

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€200 Fine for Cigarette Butt Littering: Belgium Enters the Top Ten Countries Battling Tobacco Use

Now Belgium has taken 10th place out of 36 European countries who fight tobacco use, which is 7 points up from the last time rating. The Tobacco Control Scale (TCS) calculates its ratings every three years. The last rating was announced at the European Conference on Tobacco or Health in Berlin. In 2016, Belgium scored […]

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Empathy Classes in Denmark: the Country Ranked in the Top Three Happiest, and Here Is Why

In Denmark classed on empathy are mandatory from age 6 to 16 since 1993. Students learn empathy early on and become more emotionally and socially competent. The UN World Happiness report over the past seven years ranked Denmark in the top three happiest countries in the world. Empathy is a learned skill and introducing it […]

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Big Awards Show is Going Plant-Based and Vegetarian

Why Hollywood big shows are going “green”. The Academy of Motion Pictures now goes only for plant-based menus with no plastic bottles. The 2020 Oscar awards season was 70% plant-based and 30% vegetarian. Oscar event now and in the future will not serve beverages in plastic containers. The world-known organization is setting a simple and […]

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A Sneaker Made of Apples: the World’s Most Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Shoes

Mark and Greet created high-quality sneakers made from apple peels and all recycled materials. The Komrads APL Company of footwear Mark and Greet co-founded has the lowest possible impact on the planet. A genuine sneaker is made of apple peels, car tires and recycled ocean plastic. The final product is 100% vegan, sustainable and fashionable. […]

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Carlo Ratti’s Orange Squeezer ‘Feel the Peel’ Serves Bioplastic Cups Made From 3d Printed Orange Peels

Circular design is coming into everyday life with the help of Italian studio Carlo Ratti Associati.  A prototype orange-squeezing machine turns the waste fruit peel into 3D- printed bioplastic cups. An experimental Circular Juice Bar is an example of the circular economy and an inspiration for tomorrow’s everyday life full of smart objects. CRA-Carlo Ratti […]

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New Mini-Moon: an Asteroid of 12 Feet in Diameter Orbiting Earth

An asteroid the size of a washing machine is temporarily captured by Earth’s gravity and one day it will fly out of the orbit.  This asteroid is confirmed to be a mini-moon and has a surface brightness of C-type asteroids. It is orbiting our planet three years now, and is called 2020 CD3. Catalina Sky […]

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Luxembourg Is the First Country With Free Public Transportation

Fares for trains, trams and buses are now nonexistent in Luxembourg. Annual pass was worth of €440 (€4 for a day pass) before and low earners have a lot to celebrate.  The main reason for this new legislature is environmental. Being a city with just over 600,000 inhabitants, Luxembourg welcomes 214,000 people who travel for […]

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A Girl Paid off $5,000 Debt and Saved an Animal Shelter

A piece of positive news is coming from Russian town Maykop where an unknown girl paid the debt of an animal shelter in the amount of 340,000 rubles.  A young student came to the nearest animal shelter with a kitten she had found on the streets. She was startled by a refusal to accept it. […]

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A Specially Designed Coat Is Saving Lives and Launching New Careers for Homeless

One of the most successful homeless employment programs has been launched in Detroit.  The plan hires homeless people to make coats for others like themselves. Homeless employees start their ‘come to normal’ lives at the Empowerment Plan, a Detroit nonprofit, and within two years can move to other careers.  Veronica Scott is known to be […]

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How to Stay Healthy and Sound During Coronavirus Outbreak

Common signs of Coronavirus COVID-19 is dry cough, shortness of breath, fever.  Drinking a lot of warm water is a great recommendation to prevent many known viruses. Trying to avoid cold icy drinks is now becoming even more important.  Among other recommendations are the following:  Coronavirus disease can spread from person to person. Frequently washing […]

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Global Suicides Down 38% in Recent Decades

According to data from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) the suicide rate fell by 38% since 1994.  According to The Economist, the worldwide suicide rate has decreased 29% since 2000, and down 38% since 1994.  The largest drop in Russia and South Korea. Controls on alcohol sales along with exercising and eating […]

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NASA Brings Good News: the World Is Greener Today Than 20 Years Ago

China and India are responsible not only for overexploit of the land but also for the largest greening of the planet. Both countries have implemented tree planting programs.  800,000 Indians are planting 50 million trees in only 24 hours. NASA used Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) to compare data from the mid-1990s to today. Due […]

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The Netherlands Build Artificial Archipelago on the Markermeer Lake to Bring Wildlife Back to the Area

A costly solution is bringing back to life wildlife of a Dutch Lake the Markermeer.  The future of the Markermeer became very grave when in 1976 the Dutch government built a dam for flood control. This step was an environmental misstep and trapped sediment, muddied its waters and damaged its wildlife.  An artificial archipelago on […]

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The World’s First Mental Health Ambulance: Sweden Fights Suicide Rates

Stockholm introduces the Psychiatric Emergency Response Team (PAM) – a mental health care ambulance.  It is the first ambulance of such kind in the world. There are comfortable seats and warm light inside. The team that response to the call includes two mental health nurses and one paramedical specialist. On average PAM responds to over […]

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South Korea Organizes Parties for 65 Year-Old People to Fight Dementia and Loneliness

To get seniors moving and talking Seoul organized special parties for people of 65 and older. These gatherings attract nearly 1,000 people per weekday and double this amount on the weekends.  There is one new case of dementia every three seconds. According to the World Health Organization, the number of people with dementia is going […]

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Sea Turtles Population Increased by 980% After Receiving Protections Under the Law

Due to climate change marine habitats around the world deteriorate. The Endangered Species Act helps to reverse the decline.  Thanks to the ESA the median sea turtle population increased by 980%.  The ESA enables regulators to designate species as either ‘endangered’ or ‘threatened’. And when plants or animals are on the list, they are protected. […]

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Habitable or Not: a Large Rocky Planet 110 Light-Years Away

The planet twice the size of the Earth is covered with lakes and vast seas and may have signs of life.  Researchers discovered that large amounts of water vapor encircle the planet. That suggests that the pressure and temperature on this planet is similar to those found on Earth. Astronomers called it K2-18b and plan […]

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First Time in History: Female Parliament Speaker in Malawi

Catherine Gotani Hara served as a Member of Parliament from 2009 to 2014. Hara’s experience is extensive: she served in the government as Minister of Health, Minister of Environment, Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Welfare, and Minister of Transport and Public Works. Eisenhower Mkaka, MCP lawmaker and party spokesperson said, “The victory of […]

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The Unique Ecosystems of the Lofoten Islands Is Saved: Norway Decides to Put Nature Before Oil

On April 6, 2019 the Norwegian government has made history when the Labour Party voted against new explorations in the Norwegian Arctic.  1 to 3 billion barrels of crude oil and natural gas are sacrificed for the richest marine ecosystem in the world. Norwegians are proud and protective of the region. The Arctic waters of […]

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An Endangered Species Success Story: A Population of Humpback Whales in the South Atlantic Has Recovered From the Brink of Extinction

The western South Atlantic humpback population of whales has grown up to 25,000 which is close to pre-whaling numbers.  In the 20th century the western South Atlantic population of humpbacks was diminished to only 450 whales. Over 12 years in the early 1900s whaling industry destroyed about 25,000 whales.  That rapid decline made scientist put […]

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This Robot Helps Scientists to Speed up Evolution and Give Nature a Helping Hand

Australian scientist Matthew Dunbabin designed a unique robot that can carry coral larvae and dispersed them on part of the Great Barrier Reef.  Dunbabin has teamed up with another scientist Peter Harrison, director of the Marine Ecology Research Center at Southern Cross University. Harrison collected the larvae from corals that had survived marine heat waves […]

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Canada’s New Legislation Banns Whales and Dolphins to Be Held in Captivity

Animal rights activists have won the game. They celebrate the news in social media with hashtags #EmptyTheTanks and #FreeWilly.  New legislation is banning whales, dolphins and porpoises to be bred and held in captivity. Fines of up to 200,000 Canadian dollars (about $150,000) can be charged for violations.  There are some exceptions: Marine mammals already […]

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BREATHABLE OXYGEN in a Galaxy Outside of the Milky Way, 581 Million Light Years Away

A team of astronomers at Shanghai Astronomical Observatory discovered molecular oxygen in a galaxy outside the Milky Way.  The team under the supervision of Junzhi Wang analyzed light waves that had reached Earth from Markarian 231, a galaxy about 581 million light years away. The presence of molecular oxygen was identified. Our own atmosphere made […]

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When a Girl Is Born This Indian Village Piplantri Plants 111 Trees

Piplantri village in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan, India is an ambassador of eco-feminism, according to Earth Day Network-India (EDN).  Earth Day Network-India launched the Earth Day Network Star Village initiative and Piplantri was recognized the first Star Village. The villages plant 111 trees whenever a girl is born. Earth Day Network is making an […]

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Cancer-Cell Free – More Than 5,000 People Lined up in the Rain to Become Donors and Save a 5-Yo Boy’s Life

A five-year-old boy was given three months to live after his diagnoses of aggressive and rare form of leukemia.  His parents found out about his cancer in December 2018 when they noticed that he had a lot of bruises on his body. Right away Olivia Saxelby and Jamie-Lee launched an appeal called ‘Hand in Hand […]

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A Circus of the Future – Germany Uses Stunning Holograms Instead of Live Animal Performers

3-D holograms eliminate animal cruelty. The technique is welcomed by many animal rights activists.  Bernhard Paul, the founder of Circus Roncalli, was the first to implement the idea. He was watching the NFL Super Bowl half-time show in 2018 when Justin Timberlake was singing alongside with a hologram of the music legend Prince. After the […]

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Men and Women Are Now Payed Equally in Iceland

Starting from the first Monday of 2018 it is illegal to pay men more than women for doing the same job in Iceland.  The companies and government agencies employing at least 25 people and fail to obtain government certification of their equal-pay policies are facing fines. This legislation is a mechanism with which companies and […]

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Honeybees Rejoice – Holland Covers Hundreds of Bus Stops with Flowers

316 bus stops have been covered with mostly sedum plants in Utrecht, a city in the Netherlands.  This activity supports the city’s biodiversity and capture fine dust and store rainwater. The bus stops are equipped with energy-efficient LED lights and bamboo benches. Special workers drive around in electric vehicles and look after the greenery. This […]

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Farmers Substitute Pesticides for Ducks to Grow Crops

New environmentally-friendly method of using ducks to grow rice crops in Japan is getting popular. The ducks are specially trained to eat insects, weeds, and weed’s seeds, preventing new weeds from growing. Consequently this process results in natural aeration which increases nutrients and phosphorous within the rice. In return the ducks receive a nutritious diet […]

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California Law Requires Pet Stores to Sell Dogs and Cats From Shelters

The new 2019 law limits the types of pets retail stores can sell in California.  Retail pet stores in California sell kittens, rabbits, and puppies only from a rescue organization. Such strict rules on pet stores prevent cruelty to animals. Retailers sell live dogs, cats and rabbits from a public animal control agency, shelter, or […]

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In Rome You Can Buy a Metro Ticket With Plastic Bottles

In Rome citizens can get €0.05 off the price of their next journey for every plastic bottle.  First the idea was implemented at three stations around the Eternal City. One could find special machines there that compacted the bottles and added credit to a user’s metro travel application. Starting from July, 350,000 bottles have already […]

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The Netherlands – The First Country With No Abandoned Dogs

The statistics suggests that there are about 200 million stray dogs throughout the world. The Netherlands was the first country seriously deciding to do something about it.  In the Netherlands dogs culturally were considered a privilege of a wealthy class. People of means had dogs as pets and for sporting. Poor people had dogs for […]

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Plastic Bag Ban in Thailand Reduces Land and Sea Debris

An effort to reduce the plastic crisis that is choking Thailand waterways began in 2018-2019. A complete ban of bags for all retailers goes into effect in 2021. Several animals were found dead with excessive amounts of plastic stuck in their digestive tracts. This fact led to research being administered by Thailand’s government and business […]

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Blood Donors in Sweden Get a Text Message Whenever Their Blood Saves Someone’s Life

The Swedish blood donation service found a way to stimulate people to donate their blood.

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Beyond Closed Eyes: Brain Surgery, a Violinist and Her Music

Dagmar Turner, 53, played the violin during an operation on Jan. 31 at King’s College Hospital in London to help prevent damage that would affect her talent. Dagmar Turner learned of her tumor after a seizure at a symphony. Her one concern was her motor skills and her music. An accomplished neurosurgeon knew he had […]

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