Good News Headline 3/3/20

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Luxembourg Makes Public Transport Free

by Deutsche Welle, EcoWatch

Luxembourg Transport Minister Francois Bausch hailed a “great day” for the Grand Duchy, as it became the first country on Earth to make public transport tickets free… Read More



MAD NH Continues Successful Homeless Outreach Patrols

from Manchester Ink Link

Shortly before 12:30 p.m. every Sunday in front of a park in Manchester, a few vehicles pull in from various side streets. Inside these vehicles are all manner of items… Read More



Coronavirus Shutdown Leads To ‘Dramatic’ Decline In Chinese Pollution Levels

by Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch

Satellite data collected by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) and shared by NASA’s Earth Observatory Monday show a steep decline in nitrogen dioxide levels over China between Jan. 1 to 20 and Feb. 10 to 25… Read More



A Bakersfield Bike Group Offers Support To Children In A Very Unique Way

by Jeanette Quezada, Bakersfield Now

Every member believes no child deserves to live in fear, which is why riders show up in court or parole hearings to reassure every child they’ve got their back, restoring confidence and security in every child to make their life journey a more enjoyable one… Read More



How The Search Engine Ekoru Is Cleaning Up Our Oceans

by MeiMei Fox, Forbes is a search engine dedicated to saving the planet. The company donates 60% of revenue generated from clicks on sponsored search results to partner organizations who work on climate change issues… Read More



Woman Who Led Modest Life Stuns 15 Charities By Dividing Her $14 Million Estate Among Them

by Andy Corbley, Good News Network

In sunny New South Wales, Australia, Sheila Woodcock passed away in May of 2018 fulfilled, having spent a private life enjoying travel, horticulture, chocolate, animal companionship, and acting… Read More



Schools Practice Mindfulness

by Carol Simmons, Yellow Springs News

Kicking off his shoes and finding a comfortable position on a blanket laid out on the floor of Donna Haller’s second-floor classroom, eighth-grader Foster Shirkey was succinct and to the point recently in explaining why he shows up every Monday after school for a weekly 30-minute meditative practice… Read More



Edinburgh Eco Expert Creates Clothing Line Using Abandoned Festival Tents

by Sarah Ward, The Scottish Sun

James Marshall, 24, transformed old camping gear left behind by revellers at music bashes into trendy jackets, bucket hats and bumbags… Read More



Probiotics Like Lactobacillus Casei Have Been Shown To Dramatically Reduce Symptoms Of Depression

by Andy Corbley, World At Large

Some of the most extensive research into the human microbiome has revealed that the health or variance in genetic diversity of certain bacterial species in your gut can help, sometimes significantly, with many of the most commonly diagnosed mental disorders such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD… Read More


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