Good News Headlines 6/2/21

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Prince Harry Shows How He Uses EMDR Therapy For Trauma

by Annie Reneau, Upworthy

Prince Harry has been refreshingly open about his mental health struggles for years, but in his new Apple TV docuseries on mental health, he’s bringing the public into a therapy session with him. Read More


One Of The World’s Biggest Cities Outlawed Single-Use Plastic 

by José Luis Granados Ceja, Yes! Magazine

The greater Mexico City metropolitan area is home to nearly 22 million people, making it one of the largest urban areas in the Western hemisphere. But along with the city’s size comes an equally large waste problem. Read More


Woman Gets Back $1 Million Lottery Ticket She Accidentally Tossed

from Weird News

A Massachusetts woman who accidentally tossed out a $1 million lottery ticket eventually collected her winnings thanks to the kindness and honesty of the owners of the store where she bought it. Read More


A Tiny Fund Has Scored An Historic Win Against ExxonMobil Over The Future Of Oil

by Camila Domonoske, NPR

In a dramatic boardroom battle on Wednesday, a tiny hedge fund fought with the energy giant ExxonMobil over the future of the oil and gas industry — and won. Read More


With Giant Trolls, One Artist Preserves Imagination – And The Environment

by Stephen Humphries, The Christian Science Monitor

Danish eco-artist Thomas Dambo built a spiky-haired troll, named Røskva, from discarded scraps of wood. It’s one of five trolls commissioned by Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens for its “Guardians of the Seeds” exhibition that to give visitors an emotional connection with nature that will encourage them to become stewards of it. Read More


Formerly Incarcerated People In West Virginia Find Community Support

by Amanda Page, Yes! Magazine

Jobs and Hope is a statewide collaborative of government agencies and community service organizations. The program works hand-in-hand with Community Reentry Councils, a group of organizations that help individuals access basic needs such as clothes, shelter, and work in the towns they’re returning to. Read More


Shepherd Is Hailed As Hero, Braving Freezing Temperatures To Save 6 Runners In Chinese Ultramarathon

by Judy Cole, Good News Network

When a freak ice storm felled runners in a 100-kilometer cross-country race in China’s north-western Gansu province, a shepherd named Zhu Keming braved the elements to pull three men and three women to safety. Read More