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Student Turned Her Ruined Summer Plans Into a Way to Help Isolating Seniors Connect With Doctors
Good News Network 04-08-2020 01:37
This is one of 50 finalists in the Reader’s Digest “50 Nicest Places in America” contest for 2020. A crowd-sourced effort to uncover places in all 50 states where kindness and generosity are reigning supreme amidst a climate of coronavirus and cultural upheaval, you can now vote for your favorite ‘Nicest Place’ by visiting the Reader’s […] The post Student Turned Her Ruined Summer Plans Into a Way to Help Isolating Seniors Connect With Doctors appeared first on Good News Network.
10-Year-old Mini-Monet Fetches Tens Of Thousands For Her Paintings – And Donates All The Money
Good News Network 03-08-2020 22:39
10-year-old Daisy Watt is a 'mini Monet' painting stunning floral landscapes in England that sell for up to £10,000—and donates all the money to charity. The post 10-Year-old Mini-Monet Fetches Tens Of Thousands For Her Paintings – And Donates All The Money appeared first on Good News Network.
In The Wake Of Lockdowns Coal and Natural Gas May Look Like the Biggest Covid-19 Casualties
Good News Network 03-08-2020 19:31
Coal and gas demand falls as supply increases, creating unsustainable markets at the same time as renewable energy demand increase while their prices fall. The post In The Wake Of Lockdowns Coal and Natural Gas May Look Like the Biggest Covid-19 Casualties appeared first on Good News Network.
5 Cent Tax Successfully Reduced Plastic Bag Use in England By As Much As 95% Over 5 Years–Great Alternative Emerges
Good News Network 03-08-2020 18:10
Single-use plastic bag sales in England have fallen dramatically since a 5 pence charge on each bag was instituted in October of 2015. The post 5 Cent Tax Successfully Reduced Plastic Bag Use in England By As Much As 95% Over 5 Years–Great Alternative Emerges appeared first on Good News Network.
Good News in History, August 3
Good News Network 03-08-2020 09:00
120 years ago today, Ernie Pyle, the famous World War II American war correspondent, was born in Dana, Indiana. The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist was best known for his stories about ordinary Americans—especially soldiers serving overseas. Syndicated in hundreds of Scripps-Howard newspapers, his simple accounts were distinctive for their folksy style. After volunteering to write wartime […] The post Good News in History, August 3 appeared first on Good News Network.
Americans Polled On The Best Dance Songs of All Time – Essential For Socially-Distant Zoom Dance Parties
Good News Network 03-08-2020 01:37
This poll produced a super dance playlist with the 40 best dance songs of all time—great for your socially-distant Zoom dance parties. The post Americans Polled On The Best Dance Songs of All Time – Essential For Socially-Distant Zoom Dance Parties appeared first on Good News Network.
Rhino Poaching Plummets 53% During Lockdowns, Extending 5-Years of Success in South Africa
Good News Network 02-08-2020 22:09
The news from South Africa that rhino poaching plummeted 53% this year continues a positive 5-year trend of fewer deaths and more convictions and arrests.rhi The post Rhino Poaching Plummets 53% During Lockdowns, Extending 5-Years of Success in South Africa appeared first on Good News Network.
That’s a Relief: Scientists Now Say Future Yellowstone Eruptions Are Likely to be Much Weaker Than in Ages Past
Good News Network 02-08-2020 20:29
A blast from the Yellowstone supervolcano would be devastating to humanity, but new research shows the eruptions are becoming slower and weaker than before. The post That’s a Relief: Scientists Now Say Future Yellowstone Eruptions Are Likely to be Much Weaker Than in Ages Past appeared first on Good News Network.
41 States Have Reduced Their Carbon Emissions While Growing Their Economies
Good News Network 02-08-2020 19:42
Reducing carbon emissions while increasing GDP is not only possible, but is already happening in almost every state in America, according to a new report. The post 41 States Have Reduced Their Carbon Emissions While Growing Their Economies appeared first on Good News Network.
Good News in History, August 2
Good News Network 02-08-2020 09:00
150 years ago today, the world’s first underground tube railway, the Tower Subway, opened in London, a wonder of the Victorian age. The quarter-mile-long tunnel under the Thames River was excavated in less than a year, thanks to the project’s civil engineer James Henry Greathead who invented a cylindrical, iron tunneling shield technology that still […] The post Good News in History, August 2 appeared first on Good News Network.

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