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Говорят, отсутствие новостей — уже хорошая новость. А значит, действительно положительные известия имеют двойной эффект.

В римском метро проезд можно оплатить пластиковыми бутылками. Эта инициатива уже помогла переработать более 350 тысяч бутылок

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Rome is trying to become more environmentally friendly by offering free metro tickets to travelers who re-cycle plastic bottles using machines set up in three of the Italian capital’s stations. The initiative, which was launched in July, has proved so popular that 350,000 bottles have been recycled. It will soon be extended across the metro network and run until July 2020, the city’s public transport company ATAC says. Rome is the first capital city in the European Union to launch the scheme in metro stations. Similar schemes have already been adopted in Beijing and Istanbul. Source: Reuters (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #life #rome #recycling #plastic #metro #climatechange #italy #europe #noplastic

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Италия стала первой страной, обязавшей учеников каждого класса изучать изменения климата и устойчивость окружающей среды

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From next year, Italian school students in every grade will be required to study climate change and sustainability, in an attempt to position the country as a world leader in environmental education. All public schools will include about 33 hours a year in their curricula to study issues linked to climate change. Education Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti said "I want to make the Italian education system the first education system that puts the environment and society at the core of everything we learn in school”. Source: CNN (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #italy #school #education #sustainability #ecosystem #globalwarming #climatechange #cleanenergy

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Мужчина из Индии (Джадав Пайенг — прим. ред.) на протяжении 35 лет ежедневно садит деревья. Лес, выросший благодаря его усилиям, больше чем Центральный парк в Нью-Йорке

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In 1979, 16-year-old Padma Shri Jadav "Molai" Payeng was devastated when he stumbled upon a pile of dead snakes, scorched to death by extreme heat on the banks of Majuli Island in Assam, India. The snakes, which came to the island by way of flooding from the Brahmaputra river, could find no shade to escape the heat. When he saw the snakes, Payeng told NPR he knew he had to do something about it or else even humans might "have to die this way in the heat." And so, with an unquestionable love for his homeland and the most admirable dedication, Payeng planted one sapling on the barren land every day for the next 35 years. Payeng's tremendous efforts have paid off 39 years later. Spreading over 1,360 acres, the woodland, named Molai Forest after Payeng, is about 1.6 times larger than Central Park. Source: Travel+Leisure (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #instagood #photooftheday #beautiful #happy #motivation #art #friends #repost #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #illustration #goodmorning #goodnews #life #world #progress #planetearth #snake #india #forest #trees #woodland

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В Южной Корее организовываются дневные вечеринки для людей 65 лет и старше, чтобы решить проблему старческого одиночества и слабоумия

На рисовых фермах используют уток вместо пестицидов. Эти животные поедают вредных насекомых и сорняки, не повреждая растение

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Chemical pesticides have turned out to be another man-made disaster, as its effect on humans and the environment has been found to be as deadly as on pests. So some farmers in China, Japan, France, and other countries looked back on the traditional way of controlling pests and found using ducks, to be the most effective way. This method of integrated farming, i.e. ‘rice-duck farming’ has been documented 600 years ago. Apart from eating the pests, the wading or waddling of the ducks through the mud oxygenates water and stirs up layers of soil. Their droppings act as a natural fertilizer. All these benefits make these ducks a viable alternative to pesticides! Source: Eco Friend (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #life #duck #rice #farming #china #japan #pesticides

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В Швеции доноры крови получают текстовое сообщение, когда их кровь спасает чью-то жизнь

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Sweden has rolled out several interesting new initiatives to tackle shortages of blood and keep its blood donors coming back to more consistent deposits. One approach that has caught the public’s attention is a service that sends donors a text message which tells them when their blood has been used. Donors will first receive a thank you message just after donating, but then later once their blood has been used to help another person, the donors are informed of that momentous moment. The service says the positive feedback to the donor about how they’ve helped out a fellow citizen encourages them to donate again. Source: TOC (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #life #sweden #blood #blooddonation #science #research #innovation #giveblood #payitforward

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Тайские супермаркеты отказываются от пластиковых упаковок и заворачивают продукты в банановые листья

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[ Swipe → for 🇫🇷 🇵🇹 🇪🇸 🇮🇹 ] A supermarket in Thailand has replaced its plastic packaging with banana leaf wrapping. Banana leaves have been traditionally used in many Asian countries, Mexico, and Hawaii for packaging food, but Rimping supermarket in Chiangmai, Thailand is probably one of the first stores to use them on such a large scale. There are myriad benefits to using banana leaves over plastic packaging. For one, leaves are organic matter and will easily compost, unlike their plastic counterparts, which will take anything between 50 and 200 years to fully break down. Banana leaves, besides composting effectively, also add nutrients to the soil and will, over time, improve the capacity of the soil to nurture new plants and crops. Little steps make a big difference. Change is coming Source: The Epoch Times (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #instagood #photooftheday #beautiful #happy #motivation #art #friends #repost #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #illustration #goodmorning #positivenews #life #world #progress #thailand #eco #banana #noplastic #plasticfree #plants

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Вождь в районе Дедза в Малави отменила более 1 500 детских браков, сделала их вне закона и отправила девочек учиться в школы

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You all know how much I love Africa and it’s strong and fierce people and this is another example of strength and love. Theresa Kachindamoto (so formidable, she has been nicknamed “The Terminator”!) was determined to take a stand against the tradition which took teenage girls and made them wives and mothers long before the age of 18. Kachindamoto used her chief role to nullify more than 1500 child marriages since 2017, sending the girls who were married off before being able to complete their education back to school. She took a bold step towards ending poverty in Malawi, where a 2017 UN statistic suggested that about 45% of young girls are unable to remain in school past eighth grade. Because of bold and brave leadership like this things may start to change. Art by the talented @samanthacurcio . Source: UN Women (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #africa #malawi #childmarriage #children #rights #education #action #school

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Немецкие цирки вместо реальных животных используют голограммы, как шаг в борьбе против жестокого обращения с животными

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[ Swipe → for 🇫🇷 🇵🇹 🇪🇸 🇮🇹 🇩🇪 ] Circus Roncalli, a German circus decided to get creative along with spreading a message about animal cruelty. Circus Roncalli was founded in 1976 and began phasing out animal performances in the 1990s. Since 2018, the show has featured no live animals, turning instead to holographic projections with 360-degree visibility for spectators seated around the ring. The idea is that audiences can get the same sense of wonder they would watching exotic animals in a traditional circus act — plus the bells and whistles of CGI — but because the animals are only holograms, there’s no risk of actual living things being treated inhumanely between shows. Source: Futurism (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #instagood #photooftheday #happy #motivation #art #friends #repost #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #illustration #goodmorning #positivenews #life #world #progress #circus #animal #germany #nocruelty #vr #hologram #future

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Нидерланды официально признаны первой страной, где нет бродячих собак

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Since the 19th century, Holland has had a huge dog population. An outbreak of rabies became one of the leading causes of death. Out of fear, many owners began abandoning their pets, and since this action was considered legal, streets became filled with stray dogs of all kinds. Holland wanted to change those unfortunate circumstances. They started by implementing the PSVIR method (pick, sterilize, vaccinate, identify, and return). All were free of charge; the government covered all the expenses. Holland achieved this goal without putting animals down and without kennels. And to incentivize adoption the Dutch government resolved to raise taxes on the purchase of dogs in stores. Source: Thinking Humanity (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #art #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #life #dogs #netherlands #dogsofinstagram #dog #holland

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Действие закона 1973 года об исчезающих видах повысило популяцию морских черепах на 980%

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[ Swipe → for 🇫🇷 🇵🇹 🇪🇸 🇮🇹 ] Thanks to this week’s guest artist Nikolas Ilic @nikolas.ilic Back in 1973, out of concern that many of America's native plants and animals were in danger of extinction, Congress passed the Endangered Species Act. The law enables regulators to designate species as either "endangered," meaning that they're at risk for becoming extinct throughout at least a significant portion of their range, or "threatened," meaning that they're likely to become endangered in the near future. The researchers, who looked at 31 different populations of marine mammals and sea turtles, found that 78 percent of the mammals and 75 percent of the turtles increased their population size after receiving protection under the Act. Sea turtles in particular benefited from the law, with their populations increasing by 980 percent! Source: How Stuff Works (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #instagood #photooftheday #beautiful #happy #motivation #art #friends #repost #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #illustration #goodmorning #positivenews #life #world #progress #seaturtles #ocean #endangeredspecies #wildlife turtle #ocean

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Канада выпустила законопроект, который запрещает держать китов, дельфинов и морских свиней в неволе

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The law, which bans holding the animals in captivity or for breeding, was passed this week by Canada’s parliament and has been hailed by animal rights activists. Under the new law, violations will be punishable with fines up to 200,000 Canadian dollars (about $150,000 or £118,000). “We have a moral obligation to phase out the capture and retention of animals for profit and entertainment,” senator Wilfred Moore said in a statement. "Canadians are calling upon us to do better – and we have listened.”s. Source: Independent (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #instagood #photooftheday #happy #motivation #art #friends #repost #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #illustration #goodmorning #positivenews #life #dolphin #whale #porpoise #canada #ocean

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