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Linn Winge

Linn Winge

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

πŸ—Ί A "citizen science" project to map the Great Barrier Reef

This citizen science project aspires to analyze the Great Barrier Reef with help from volunteers.

Mathias Sundin Newsletter

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #81

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

🍬 An edible plastic packaging

An alternative to plastic that is compostable and you could eat it if you’d like. The project won this year's Green Alley Award.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

♻️ A new method to remove microplastics from the ocean

Microbiologists have discovered a new, sustainable way of removing microplastics from water - with the help of bacteria.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🌿 England starts its largest seagrass restoration project ever

England has started a four-year project to restore underwater seagrass meadows. Eight hectares of seagrass will be sowed.

Mathias Sundin Newsletter

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #80

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🦏 Endangered rhino population has grown by 16%

Over the past six years, populations of the endangered one-horned rhino in Nepal has grown by 16%.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🐝 Airport support local bees

Airports and beekeepers collaborate to save pollinators. Last year the bee-keeping program won the 2020 Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

🌱 "Seed cocoons" help trees grow in the harshest climates

A new cocoon system is being used when planting trees. This project can replace traditional irrigation practices and up trees survival rates to 90%.