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πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - February 2021

πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - February 2021

We live-streamed NASA landing on Mars, launched our first (very popular!) quiz and started recruiting new volunteers. Our most read article was about Elon Musk.

Mathias Sundin
Mathias Sundin

This is the fifth Warp News Impact Report to show what impact you as a Premium Supporter has.

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Highlights

  • We livestreamed when NASA's Perserverance landed on Mars.
  • Launched our first quiz.
  • All Premium articles are now avaliable in audio exclusively for our Premium Supporters.
  • We started recruiting a new batch of Warp Volunteers.

Top 3 most read news articles in February

πŸ₯‡ You can now order Elon Musk's Starlink internet

πŸ₯ˆ Plastic is turned into hydrogen - a clean source of fuel

πŸ₯‰ First city in the world to use hydrogen-powered double-deckers

We livestreamed NASA Perserverance landing on Mars

Jakob Edman, Sakke Teerikoski and Cornelika Ekvall livestreamed and commented when NASA's Perserverance rover succesfully landed on Mars.

Later this year we will host the Warp Space Summit in LinkΓΆping, Sweden.

Launched our first quiz

Earth is a special planet in many ways, not least because it has so much water. It’s in the ground, forms huge oceans, and it’s in our atmosphere.

It’s also in living things. Your body is made up mostly of water.

❓ But what other facts do you know about water and sanitation on our planet?

πŸ‘‰ Test your knowledge in this Warp Quiz!

Audio version of Premium Supporter articles

Our Premium Supporters can now also listen to the Premium Supporter articles (only for Premium Supporters.)

Recuiting new Warp Volunteers

Warp Institute is run by a fantastic group of volunteers. Now we are recuiting a new batch.

Reach in February

In February our reach was 248,128. This is not unique individuals, but how many times our content was exposed to someone online.

People interacted with our content 15,152 times (likes, comments, shares, or clicks.)

15,508 people visited our news websites.

Our mission is to make people more optimistic about the future, so they see and grab the opportunities. A mission like that is, of course, hard to measure. But we believe that the more people we reach with fact-based optimistic content, the bigger impact we'll have.

Thank you for your support!

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