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🗞️ Good News: One step closer to universal blood donation

Friday, June 14, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story Photo: Courtesy of Mathias Jensen/Technical University of Denmark Scientists uncovered a way to convert blood types — opening the door to universal blood donation In a newly published study — and a medical breakthrough 40 years in the making — researchers shared the findings of a new technique taking the world one step closer to making blood types universal....
about 12 hours ago • 4 min read

🗞️ Good News: Food banks were gifted hundreds of refrigerators

Thursday, June 13, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story Photo: Courtesy of Whirlpool A major appliance company has donated hundreds of like-new refrigerators to food banks around the U.S. Whirlpool’s Feel Good Fridge program takes damaged or returned fridges, refurbishes them, and provides them to food banks and agencies in need of storing perishable goods. Fridge units in the program are sourced from customers who...
1 day ago • 3 min read

🗞️ Good News: The world’s largest solar farm is now online

Wednesday, June 12, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story Photo: CGTN The world’s largest solar farm is now online in China — now home to the three largest farms in the world Generating about 6.09 billion kilowatt hours of electricity every year, the world’s largest solar farm is now connected officially to China’s grid. Located on 33,000 acres in the desert in northwestern Xinjiang, the solar farm’s production...
2 days ago • 3 min read

🗞️ Good News: More people are getting free contraception

Tuesday, June 11, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story Photo: Luís Patriani For the first time in Brazil’s history, a traditional fishing community is now managing a state park’s services For the first time in Brazil, a traditional community is managing and operating visitor facilities inside a state conservation unit. The Caiçaras, a traditional fishing peoples, of Cardoso Island have lived in what is today Ilha...
3 days ago • 4 min read

🗞️ Good News: A free grocery store addresses food insecurity

Monday, June 10, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story Photo: Tâm Vũ/The Standard Helping address food insecurity, a San Francisco neighborhood just opened its first free grocery store Modeled after a traditional grocery store, the District 10 Community Market is now officially open for shoppers. Rather than footing a major bill at checkout, though — its customers won’t pay anything. While food banks typically offer...
4 days ago • 4 min read

🗞️ Good News: Historic ocean conservation action in the U.S.

Friday, June 7, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Tomorrow is World Oceans Day! Celebrated annually on June 8, World Oceans Day is an opportunity to celebrate the beauty of nature, encourage conservation, and take action to restore and protect our oceans. We’re helping you do that in today’s Goodnewsletter — with stories of hope and progress about our oceans and ways we can all join in protecting them. Today’s Top Good News Story Photo:...
8 days ago • 5 min read

🗞️ Good News: Massachusetts residents won the clean energy lottery

Thursday, June 6, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story Photo: Eversource A neighborhood in Massachusetts is now home to the first-ever geothermal heating and cooling network A neighborhood in Framingham, Massachusetts is being retrofitted for a first-of-its-kind geothermal heating and cooling network — and the project is now officially up and running. The process itself is nothing new, but this mile-long project...
9 days ago • 4 min read

🗞️ Good News: Paris takes a sustainable approach to its Olympics buildout

Wednesday, June 5, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story Photo: Filip Dujardin/courtesy UAPS Paris is turning an industrial neighborhood into Olympic Village — it will become permanent housing post-Games Potentially the first to take this kind of approach to its Olympics buildout, Paris is keeping the city’s future in mind as it creates the 2024 Summer Games’ Olympic Village. Rather than the usual approach —...
10 days ago • 4 min read

🗞️ Good News: $700 million to protect parks from climate change

Tuesday, June 4, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Today’s Top Good News Story National parks just got $700 million in federal funds to fight climate change — and it’s already making a difference As part of the Inflation Reduction Act, the National Park Service was given $700 million to make its land more protected and resilient to inevitable climate change — and conservation and restoration projects are already underway across the...
11 days ago • 4 min read

🗞️ Good News: There’s a whole lot of queer joy inside

Monday, June 3, 2024 Real, messy hope delivered to your inbox daily, from Good Good Good. Together with Happy Pride Month! This Pride Month finds us in both a celebratory and heartbreaking time for the queer community. Amidst hundreds of anti-LGBTQ+ pieces of legislation across the U.S., it’s so important — perhaps now more than ever — to celebrate queer joy. The good news is: there’s a lot of it. We’re dedicating this first official Goodnewsletter of Pride Month to stories of hope and...
12 days ago • 6 min read

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