Good News Headlines 9/25/18


When Disaster Strikes, Jose Andres Brings Hot Food And Hope

by Judy Woodruff, PBS

Celebrity chef Jose Andres has been on the ground in the Carolinas this week, helping victims of Hurricane Florence. As a "food first responder," Andres was also in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria tore through the island a year ago… Read More



Valentino Dixon, 48, Gets Released From 27 Years Of Wrongful Imprisonment After Gaining National Attention For Golf Course Drawings

by Steve Gardner, Good Black News

Convicted of a crime he never committed and serving time in one of the USA’s most notorious prisons, Valentino Dixon spent much of his free time drawing serene scenes of lush golf courses… Read More



There Are 256 Women Nominated For The House And Senate In 2018 After Historic Wins

by Eric Pfeiffer, Good Magazine

We’re still nearly two months away from the 2018 midterm elections and women have already made history… Read More



Girls Collect Over 20,000 Snack Wrappers And Mail Them Back To Manufacturers To Curb Plastic Use

from Good News Network

At the suggestion of their city council, dozens of school girls from the Subbiah Vidyalayam Girls Higher Secondary School in Thoothukudi, India collected 20,244 snack wrappers over the course of two weeks… Read More



One Of The World’s Biggest Power Plant Developers Just Gave Up On Coal

by Michael J. Coren, Quartz

The Japanese energy conglomerate Marubeni will no longer build coal-fired power plants, and it plans to slash its ownership in coal-fired energy assets in half by 2030… Read More



Germany Premieres The First Hydrogen-Powered Train In The World

by Luciana Pricop, Inhabitat

The efficient trains were produced by French transportation engineers at Alstom, the same manufacturers who amazed the world in the early 1980s with the world-record-setting bullet train… Read More


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