πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #75

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #75

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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πŸ“Ί G'day mate

I was interviewed on Australian Ticker NEWS about the turnaround we did last year when the pandemic hit.

We had several physical events lined up for the rest of the year, and in like a week they all disappeared.

What saved us were our Premium Supporters.

Late March I reached out and told our community what had happened and lots of people signed up as paying members.

That made us realize that Warp News is what we should focus on. After months of hard work and great input from our community, we in October launched the new Warp News.

Warp News CEO Mathias Sundin interviewed on Ticker NEWS. (6 mins, 34 secs.)

Mathias Sundin
CEO of Warp News
Chairman of Warp Institute

PS. Did you check out our video celebrating the optimists who move the world forward?

Fact-based optimistic news of the week

β˜€οΈ Glass in greenhouses can act like solar panels.

Transparent solar panels can generate energy in greenhouses without reducing vegetable production.

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🍲 Ikea's cookbook helps you turn food waste into feasts.

Much of what we throw in the compost can be eaten and Ikea wants us to be better at eating even what may look a little unappetizing.

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πŸŒ† Skyscraper in Taipei has a vertical forest in order to absorb carbon.

A skyscraper in Taiwan will feature trees, shrubs and plants as a step on the way to absorb excess carbon in the atmosphere.

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πŸš€ Deep Space Food Challenge – change the food industry of space travel.

In the deep space food challenge, NASA is inviting you to change the food industry of space travel. The contests’ goal is to develop innovative food and systems that are good for us and the planet, at the same time as being suitable for longer space journeys.

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πŸ›’ Drastic reduction in oil spills.

Amoco Cadiz, Exxon Valdez, and Deepwater Horizon. Many people remember the great oil disasters, but fewer know that both the number and amount of oil spills have decreased sharply in the world.

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🌲 An interactive map shows the best places to replant forests.

A map shows where there is an opportunity to replant forests in the USA and in which areas the greatest opportunities for environmental benefits are found.

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πŸ›£ New roadside barrier protects people from air pollution.

A curved roadside barrier can help protect pedestrians from air pollution, add some roadside greenery and reduce traffic noise.

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πŸ’” New method reduces the risk of recurrence in myocardial infarction.

By using infrared light and ultrasound, researchers can now see plaques in the blood vessels that cannot be detected by traditional examinations.

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