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Good News Headlines 5/25/2022

The U.S. women's national soccer team (USWNT) is the winningest women's soccer team on Earth. Yet, players on the women's team have continued to get paid thousands of dollars less than their male counterparts.

Good News Headlines 5/18/2022

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in 2018, paper and cardboard were the largest components of municipal solid waste in the United States with citizens throwing away a total of 67.4 million tons a year.

Good News Headlines 5/11/2022

Central Park, New York City's 843-acre green lung created in 1858, is now a climate change laboratory that researchers hope will help parks nationwide become more resilient.

Good News Headlines 5/4/2022

People have driven their cars to the Ukrainian borders to pick up refugees, opening their homes up to host them; others are collecting medical equipment and sending it to those still in Ukraine.

Good News Headlines 4/27/2022

A local grocery store chain is making a major commitment when it comes to combating climate change. Hannaford Supermarkets says it plans to be fully powered by renewable energy by 2024. That makes it the first large-scale supermarket to make the switch

Good News Headlines 4/20/2022

This month, the world’s largest wildlife overpass — the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing — will begin construction across a multi-lane highway at Liberty Canyon in the Santa Monica mountains.

Good News Headlines 4/13/2022

Washington, DC's cherry trees draw tourists in each spring with their blooms. The cherry trees were a gift from Japan in 1912 as a token of friendship and are now nearly as famous as the blossoms in the origin country.

Pups, Fawns, Bunnies: It's Young Wildlife Season In MA

Another spring is here, and along with new flowers, rain and budding trees, wild animals across the state are bringing young ones into the world. The state Division of Fisheries and Wildlife recently released an advisory about what to do — and not do — in case that happens to you.

Good News Headlines 4/6/2022

From charities and governments, to celebrities and everyday people, millions are pitching in to ease the burden for fleeing or sheltering Ukrainians. In turn, they’re inspiring the world with their generosity and strength.

10 Transgender Athletes To Watch

Transgender athletes are not a new phenomenon. The modern history of elite trans athletes began with Renée Richards in the 1970s. Like trans athletes today, Richards had both strong supporters and detractors.

Good News Headlines 3/30/2022

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's opening statement to the Senate was powerful. But Brown's tribute to her family—and their reactions to it—were the highlight of the first day of the hearings for some, because how utterly sweet can you get?

Unify

What keeps us from relinquishing tribalism enough to unify in the interest of our shared desire to survive? How are we ever going to get out of this mess?! We need to cultivate empathy in all aspects of our lives.  

Good News Headlines 3/23/2022

After dispatching mental health teams, instead of police officers, to certain 911 emergency calls, the city of Denver is proclaiming their pilot program a huge success—and expanding it significantly.

Good News Headlines 3/16/2022

“Our research shows that all of us, from politicians, city and business leaders to individual citizens, have important roles to play. And it is clear there’s lots that we can do as individuals”.

Good News Headlines 3/9/2022

One of the world’s most prolific wildlife sound recordists has released a large collection of his most treasured recordings of wild places to listen to for free on Soundcloud, as he nears the end of his life.

Good News Headlines 3/2/2022

A huge Moai statue, one of the iconic stone monuments from Easter Island, began its journey back home on Monday, after being removed and taken to Santiago, where it has been housed since 1870. The return of the statue comes after a years-long campaign to have it returned.

When You Let Yourself Feel Love

Love has the capacity to take our breath away, even when it just touches us on the surface. But from there we have a choice: to brush it off or to breathe it in and allow it to change us forever.

Daily Astrology

May 28, 2022

There’s a party going on in earthy Taurus. Late this morning Venus joins the Moon, Mercury and Uranus in the Sign of the Bull. Enjoy the fruits of Mother Earth. Relish sensual pleasures. The simple...

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