Awesome news that will definitely make you feel better
Research shows that we used to focus on bad news. However, good things happen every day too. Let's read about some events that will definitely lift your mood.
Sometimes reading a news line can put you in a bad mood or even cause stress. But we see what we want to see. So, let's change our world view for the better, as there is a lot of good news too!
#1 Ozone layer can fully recover
That is really awesome! The ozone layer recovery might be possible because of an international Montreal Protocol which banned the production and usage of aggressive chemicals in 1987. Recent studies in the Southern Hemisphere proved that ozone depletion was paused.
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#2 Plant the flowers, save the bees!
A new program was launched in Minnesota, USA. It aims to change green lawns into flowery meadows. Such measures will save the population of bees and other plant pollinators, which has decreased in recent years. In 2020 the program is trial, but if it shows positive results it'll be extended. The government will provide financial support to homeowners who will participate in this program.
#3 Dogs are protected from being left outside in bad weather
In Eastpointe, a new ordinance regulates the time when four-legged friends can be let out. Now dogs should stay at home when it’s too hot or too cold outside. They should live in a specially equipped place. Besides, it is also prohibited to let your dog out between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. This is aimed to protect people and animals. This is aimed to protect people and their animals.
#4 Madagascar restores its forests
In 2020 Madagascar marks 60 years of independence. To celebrate this special date the government has set a fantastic goal - to plant 60 million trees to save the forests of Madagascar. The island is home to a large number of exotic and endemic species. This initiative gives a real chance to save the population of rare animals.
#5 Loggerhead turtle Yoshi has traveled from South Africa to Australia.
This is a real long-distance swimmer! Yoshi spent 20 years in Cape Town's Aquarium after the shell injury. The turtle's way home was tracked from South Africa to Australia. All in all, it has travelled 37,000 kilometres.
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#6 To save the population of seagrass a million seeds were planted in the UK.
Seagrass is a big helper concerning climate change. Due to its ability to absorb carbon dioxide faster than trees and bushes it can suspend the consequences of global warming. However, almost the whole population of this plant has disappeared. To solve the problem, scientists in Britain started to plant the seeds in Pembrokeshire. It will also have a positive effect on marine wildlife.
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7 weird Wikipedia articles you’d probably miss
Wikipedia is the most popular informational website. As you probably know, the site consists of collaborations of people modifying content. Wikipedia was created by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger on January 15, 2001. Right now, in English, you can find 5.7 million articles, and 46 million pages, which have been edited 860 million times and looked at by 1,203 admins. It’s not surprising then, that there’s some weird stuff you can find on Wikipedia. And that’s what we’ll look at today.
As the extra details ask for a straight out brawl with no depowering strategies and includes pre-crisis Superman and Hulk of any era this becomes a difficult fight to call.
5 unexpected facts about Hedy Lamarr
She was considered one of the most beautiful women in the cinema. People either hated her or adored. However, she was not just a pretty face but also a self-taught engineer. Let's discover some little-known facts about this complex personality.
Weirdest man-made things ever sent into space
Sometimes sending people into space just isn’t enough. It turns out that some really weird stuff has been sent into space. If you want to learn more about it, keep on reading this article!
The Ainu: Japan's first people
Have you ever heard of the Ainu? These people are often referred to as “Japan’s forgotten people”. In the 20th century, Japanese anthropologists and officials tried to hide the existence of the Indigenous Ainu. However, the Ainu fought back. Discover the hidden corner of Japan with QuizzClub!