Bite-sized chunks of positive news from around the world.
US Senate passes monumental public lands conservation act in a significant piece of conservation legislation.
Hope for millions who suffer lower back pain after scientists develop a non-opioid drug called Tanezumab that only needs to be administered once every two months.
VING Project: Charity, named after the latter part of the word 'giving', is sending $1,000 to hundreds of teens - but it's not for them!
Germany: Wind power becomes the country's most important power source for first time ever, delivering nearly 35% of all electricity in Q1 2020.
Vietnam: Despite a long border with China and a population of 97 million people, Vietnam has recorded just 342 cases of coronavirus and zero deaths.
Technosignatures: In good news for alien hunters, the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence is taking a new approach and scientists already believe they know where to look.
Canada: SpaceX has applied to offer high-speed internet by beaming it via satellites. It's great news for Canadians living in remote areas who don't have access to high-speed connections.
A report called ‘How to Waste Half a Trillion Dollars’ - which sounds like bad news, but is actually the opposite (as far as the planet is concerned) - states that over 60% of global coal power plants are currently generating electricity at a higher cost than renewables.
Norway: The world's largest sovereign wealth fund gains £140bn in one year - £26,400 for every citizen. Set up in 1990 to preserve the nation's oil and gas wealth for future generations, its total value is now equivalent to £160,000 for each of Norway's 5.3 million people.
Michigan: Street artist David Zinn creates the most magical, whimsical art on walls and pavements. Guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.
Scotland: Inspired by Capt. Tom Moore, a 101-year-old woman has completed a zip wire challenge to raise funds for charity (travelling more than 800m at about 30m above the ground), raising more than £12,000 for NHS Charities Together.
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