Good News Headline 3/10/20

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Palm oil deforestation is a major threat to orangutans.


Bill Gates Just Invested In Lab-Grown Palm Oil To Save The Rainforest

by Charlotte Pointing, Live Kindly

Found in nearly 50 percent of supermarket products, palm oil is one of the most useful vegetable oils available. But it’s also a major driver of deforestation and habitat loss… Read More



Amsterdam’s Boats Go Electric Ahead Of 2025 Diesel Ban

by Toby Sterling, Reuters

The canal boat Gerarda Johanna is part of a push by Amsterdam’s new Green Party mayor to ban diesel engines from the center’s ancient canals by 2025, helping the city’s efforts to combat climate change… Read More



Endangered Blue Whales Make ‘Unprecedented’ Comeback To South Georgia Island

by Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch

Researchers counted 36 sightings of 55 critically endangered Antarctic blue whales during their 2020 trip, up from just one sighting of two whales in 2018… Read More



Animal Hero Uses Old, Discarded Coolers To Help The Feral Cats Overlooked During The Cold Winter

by Amy Paige

It’s cheap and easy, and it can make all the difference for an animal in need… Read More



Scientists Find Key To Delivering Turmeric Ingredient So It Can Be Absorbed To Treat Alzheimer’s And Herpes

from Good News Network

For years, curry lovers have sworn by the anti-inflammatory properties of turmeric, but its active compound, curcumin, has long frustrated scientists hoping to validate these claims with clinical studies… Read More



Compost Your Baby’s Diapers Through This Subscription Service

by Kristin Toussaint, Fast Company

Twenty billion disposable diapers are tossed into the trash annually in the U.S. Dyper thinks it has a better way… Read More



The Three Most Promising Longevity Supplements And What They Do

by Andy Corbley, World at Large

Along with research into simple lifestyle interventions like sleep, exercise, and sauna use, certain specific nutritional elements, notably a select few known as “NAD+ boosters,” are being looked at and now commercially sold, as a potentially effective treatments for a disease that’s very old but also very new: aging… Read More



How Wikitongues Is Saving World Languages From Linguicide

by Heather Martin, Independent

The young company, powered by an ever-expanding volunteer base, seeks to provide safe refuge for all dialects – not just the endangered ones… Read More


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