Spring’s 10 good news

It’s the return of good news! Because it’s always good to fill up with beautiful things to read that do not burden you right away. For yes, believe it or not, there are positive events on this planet!

Back to nature, energy savings, technological advances and great ideas for educational programs, happy holidays and odes to the planet, here is an overview of 10 good news to read at any time of the day a shot good mood !

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ USA – Large economy

And not just a little! MIT researchers has evolved dry cleaning technology to the solar panels. The goal: to increase the profitability of the installations with a notch and significantly reduce the ecological impact savings – especially – billion liters of water a year. Just that.

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πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ KENYA – Back to nature

The bongo regains its freedom ! This uniquely attractive antelope is found only in Kenya, yet it is more than 30 years ago that it frolic peacefully in the wild. For some years, a national program for reintegration into the natural environment performed for this critically endangered species. The first steps in the wild nature successfully in early March last year. We believe in!

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πŸ‡§πŸ‡· BRAZIL – Festive comeback

On the 22nd and 23rd of April it was a return in color and glitter for Brazil! The known Carnival in Rio was able to warm hearts (and feet) again after two years of absence due to Coco… Almost 3000 dancers was gathered for the famous parade, still as dazzling as ever. And it feels good!

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πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ USA – Movement Art

Ingenious invention in sight ! Two students from the University of Washington have evolved revolutionary glovesable rewrite sign language into a written message. The movement of the hands is captured by the gloves and then analyzed by a computer which communicates the message. A spectacular advance for communication of deaf and hard of hearing with non-practitioners of sign language.

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πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ FRANCE – Animal welfare

Since January 1, each farm has domestic animals (production animals, pets, horses) and domesticated wild animals must have an animal welfare referent. Reflection carried out since 2020 by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food, the initiative was implemented at the beginning of the year with an educational obligation in some cases. Whether we are for or against, we can only welcome the step forward in favor of animal protection.

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πŸ‡΅πŸ‡¦ PANAMA – The right to exist

(c) Stanislas FautrΓ©

Unprecedented and significant initiative. Panama voted a law that explicitly recognizes nature’s “right to exist”;. If it may seem absurd at first glance, the measure is very real and strong. Faced with ever-increasing warning signs of biodiversity degradation, Panama has decided to officially puts nature back at the center of everything. Who will be next?

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πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ FRANCE – Aquaponics XXL

No, aquaponics is not a new fashionable sporting activity. But good a way of cultivating an ancestor which connects horticulture to ….. fish farming. No more fertilizers, chemicals and other pesticides, it’s a whole system that has been redesigned, especially thanks to at New Farms which is developing this new form of agriculture on a large scale. And thumbs up!

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πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ UNITED KINGDOM – Climate on the agenda

(c) Jean-Jacques Banide

From now on, the protection of the planet will be learned on the school benches. By 2025, Britain will integrated into college curricula, climate resilience as an option, presentable to the patent. A way of approaching, in basic learning, questions of the environment, the evolution of species, and the human impact on the planet. How good is this idea!

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πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ FRANCE – Tchao les pesticides

And say goodbye to chemicals ! From next July, pesticides will be banned in all common living areas such as condominium owners, campgrounds or even private parks. Measure started in 2017 for green areas, it continues to expand since, to finally stop the use of these chemicals. We keep the good end!

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🌍 WORLD – Ultra cool vocals

And we owe it Alaskan curlew. This migration star (it can run 4500 km at once!) has more than one sonic advantage in its long beak. He’s talking about him his great sensitivity to the surrounding environment and especially the changes. Researchers have recently put sensors on several of them to study their behavior and possibly. help to better anticipate natural disasters. Exciting.

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I hope this condensed positive will have done you good to start the weekend with the banana! Enjoy it kittens!

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