Good News Headlines 11/3/2020

Safe In Austin

via Safe In Austin Facebook page

This Texas Farm Connects Special-Needs Kids With Injured Animals: ‘They’re Just Like Me’

by Sydney Page, The Washington Post

Beyond saving animals that, in most cases, would otherwise be euthanized, Safe in Austin also serves as a haven for people and animals with disabilities, special needs, mental health challenges and traumatic past experiences… Read More


A Chameleon Not Seen In A Century Reappears In A Madagascar Garden

from Mongabay

Armed with headlamps and flashlights, a team of researchers in northwestern Madagascar searched through the night for an elusive chameleon, Voeltzkow’s chameleon (Furcifer voeltzkowi), which hadn’t been spotted for more than 100 years… Read More


H&M’s ‘Looop’ Recycling System Transforms Unwanted Garments Into New Fashion Favorites

from Design Boom

The system uses no water and no chemicals, thus having a significantly lower environmental impact than producing garments from scratch… Read More


These Biological Batteries Generate Renewable Energy From The Ground

by Adele Peters, Fast Company

Bioo uses microorganisms in the soil to power lights—and maybe one day, your whole house… Read More


North Texas 5th-Grader On A Mission To Donate 100K Meals To People In Need By Thanksgiving

from CBS

Earlier this fall, Orion Jean collected and donated hundreds of toys to hospitalized children in Dallas through his Race to 500 Toys drive… Read More


World’s Largest Seagrass Restoration Project Is A Virginia Success, Planting 600 Acres That Grow To Become 9,000

by Andy Corbley, Good News Network

In what started as an experiment and became the largest success of its kind, a seagrass restoration project in Southeast Virginia is demonstrating the resilience of marine ecosystems when they are given a chance to recover… Read More


Moon Bears Rescued From Bile Farm

by Mary Jo DiLonardo, Treehugger

Rescuers from animal welfare organization Animals Asia freed the two female bears who were believed to have spent years in captivity on the farm… Read More


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