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Fact-based optimistic news of the week
🦾 Swedish inventors build a suit that reduces spasms
Mollii is the name of the invention that helps people affected by, among other things, Parkinson's or stroke to move better. The suit works by stimulating the body with electrical signals.
🛍️A plastic mixed with enzymes that decomposes
Plastics don't decompose naturally. But researchers have found a way to make plastic rot. In a few years, the new type of plastic can be on the market.
🔋 Cadillac goes electric
Cadillac is the car brand that stood for status and tradition. But time has caught up, and they have made a statement to only release electric vehicles from now on.
🦏 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%.
🐠Coral reefs could be treated with antibiotics
A cream with antibiotics repaired 95 percent of the damage to a coral reef caused by infections.
🐝 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.
💉 A new malaria vaccine shows better results than expected
In a study, a new vaccine provides 77% protection against malaria. The vaccine can be mass-produced cheaply.
🌱 "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%.
🌊 A lantern charged by seawater
This lantern only needs water from the ocean to charge.
🇮🇪 Ireland will replace its last coal plant with a renewable energy hub
Ireland is going to replace its last coal plant with a floating wind farm and a huge green energy hub. This in accordance with their goal to become coal-free.
📱 A new app will help women with urine leakage
An app with information and exercise programs can reduce the discomfort for women with urinary incontinence.
🐝Walmart push policy to protect pollinators
Walmart requires suppliers to stop using pesticides and to start to facilitate pollinating insects on their lands.
🏳 World's most white color gets even whiter - reduces the need for air conditioning
An ultra-white color can reflect 98.5 percent of incoming sunlight and lower the temperature as much as a ten kilowatt air conditioner.
🎧 The New Optimist's Edge: Founder's Discussion Podcast
Warp News co-founders, Mathias Sundin, Magnus Aschan, Rich Spuller, and Eric Porper discuss the NEW Optimist's Edge.
🌻 The facemask that can be littered
Bury your mask in the garden and watch biodiversity bloom.
🏴 Scotland is getting a new nature reserve
A community in Scotland “achieves the impossible” and now the nation is getting a new nature reserve.