Good News Headlines 3/19/19


California Is Finally Drought-Free After 7 Years And They’re Being Rewarded With A Butterfly Boom

by McKinley Corbley, Good News Network

California conditions have been improving since 2017 when experts happily reported an abundance of rain and snowfall during the winter season… Read More



Homeless Are Offered Postal Address To Get Vital Services

by Shauna Bowers, The Times

An Post is to offer homeless people an address so they can have access to everyday services such as opening a bank account or making a doctor’s appointment, it announced yesterday… Read More



New York Public Schools To Have ‘Meatless Mondays’ Starting This Fall

by Doug Criss, CNN

Students often joke about the "mystery meat" in their school lunches. Well for kids in New York City, there won't be any mystery at all, at least on Mondays… Read More



Mizzou’s Nobel Winner Gives Away His $250,000 Prize To Students

by MarÁ Rose Williams, The Kansas City Star

George P. Smith, a biology professor emeritus known on campus as a kind and modest genius, said Tuesday he is donating it all to launch the Missouri Nobel Scholarship Fund for students in the College of Arts and Sciences… Read More



How And Why To Start A Compost Pile At Home – The Benefits Of ‘Black Gold’

from Good News Network

If you have gardens around your house, it’s time to become aware of free resources you have been throwing away and opt to start composting as a way to increase your sustainability—and the health of your plants… Read More


Teen Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

by Christopher Brito, CBS News

The Swedish 16-year-old is an inspirational yet unlikely leader of weekly school strikes that have gained momentum worldwide… Read More



From India To Kentucky, Students Around The World Walk Out To Demand Climate Change Action

by Peter O'Dowd, WBUR

Friday’s strike has garnered the largest turnout worldwide since the student rallies across Europe began in 2018… Read More


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