💡 Warp News Newsletter #84

💡 Warp News Newsletter #84

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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💡 Optimist's Edge: Forget landfills - recyclers have big plans for electric car batteries

An environmental disaster in the making or the foundation of a greener future?

Many people believe the former when it comes to electric car batteries. A booming new industry is about to prove them wrong.

💡 Optimist's Edge: Forget landfills - recyclers have big plans for electric car batteries

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❓ The question is the weapon of the optimist

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Fact-based optimistic news of the week

🏥 Zimbabwe sets up virtual hospitals for covid patients

Virtual Hospitals have the potential to overcome hindrances in Zimbabwe that prevents people from accessing healthcare.

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🌿🏙 Green facades can make cities cooler

Facades filled with plants can cool down the cities as well as improve mental health amongst citizens.

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💰Banks choose renewables over fossil fuel

For the first time, banks have approved more funding and loans to companies in renewable energy than fossil fuels.

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It's been about 2 weeks since Rich set up his Starlink Satellite Internet by SpaceX. In this video, he goes through 5 things that he's learned that will help you get the best from your Starlink Satellite Internet.

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🏝 Leonardo DiCaprio launches Galápagos rewilding project

Leonardo DiCaprio, together with conservationists, is launching a 43 million dollar rewilding project on the Galápagos Islands.

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🌼 New sustainable tires made from dandelions

Dandelions, a pesky weed according to many, can replace rubber in tires. Replacing rubbering means benefits for the environment.

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☀️Wildlife protectors get equipped with solar-powered motorbikes

This electric motorbike is solar-powered and quiet - an important trait when used to protect endangered animals from poachers in Africa.

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🔋 Scientists have solved a 40-year-old battery problem

Scientists have created a lithium metal battery that could potentially hold for 10 000 charges.

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