There is too much evil stuff on the Internet. Time to redress the balance.
The Norwegians decided not to drill oil wells in the Lofoten Islands (with oil reserves of $53,000,000,000) to preserve the islands ecosystem.
For the first time in the history of Malawi, a woman has been elected the Speaker of the country’s Parliament. Esther Challenge has cancelled 1,500 marriages to underage girls and sent them back to school.
Swedish donors receive a text of gratitude every time their blood saves people.
Thanks to the Endangered Species Act, the nearly-endangered sea turtle population has increased by 980%.
Thai supermarkets have abandoned plastic bags and started wrapping their purchases in banana leaves.
Holland became the first country without stray dogs.
South Korea organizes dance parties for people over 65. To fight dementia and loneliness;
In Rome, you can pay for a subway ticket with plastic bottles. This way 350,000 bottles have already been collected.
California restricts the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in stores to allow people to adopt pets from shelters;
Rice farmers around the world are starting to use duck fields instead of pesticides. Ducks eat insects and pinch weeds without touching rice;
Canada has passed a law banning the use of orcas and dolphins in the entertainment industry;
Holland plants the roofs of hundreds of bus stops with flowers and plants – especially for bees;
Iceland became the first country in the world to legalize the same wage for men and women;
German circuses use holograms instead of animals to stop animal exploitation in circuses;
Underwater robot LarvalBot is seeding the bottom of the Great Barrier Reef with microscopic corals grown specifically for ecosystem restoration
To reduce the number of suicides, Sweden organized the world’s first psychiatric ambulance
4,855 people stood in line in the rain for hours to get a stem cell test to save the life of a five-year-old boy;
Indian Village Celebrates Birth Of Every Girl By Planting 111 Trees. Thus, 350,000 trees have already been planted.
Thanks to the ban on humpback whales, their populations have increased from several hundred to 25,000.
The Netherlands built five artificial islands specifically to preserve birds and plants. Two years later, there are already 30,000 birds and 127 species of plants growing there.
NASA satellites have recorded that the world has become greener than 20 years ago.