Companies All Over the World Fight Pollution

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by Maria N. Selina Öc

Posted on May 3, 2019

Companies All Over the World Fight Pollution

The ocean pollution rises day by day. Until 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. 25 % of the fish that gets eaten contains microplastic. The solution: Producing less plastic packaging. A lot of countries and shops realized this and invented opportunities. Here are a few examples:   New Zealand The supermarket chain "New World" sells every fruit and vegetable not packed. By that, they save tonnes of plastic every year…

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Huge Welcome Back For An Elementary School Custodian

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by Giulia Vandelli

Posted on March 13, 2019

Huge Welcome Back For An Elementary School Custodian

After being in a waiting list for nearly three years, the elementary school custodian Mr D, Tyrees Dandridge, finally got his two transplants, and he was not expecting such a nice and big "Welcome Back". Not even a month after the surgery, Mr D was able to reunite with his students, and the entire school was there to greet him. He has worked for nearly 20 years at this elementary school in Virginia…

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UK supermarket breaks the barriers for autistic people

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by Marc Prats

Posted on October 31, 2018

UK supermarket breaks the barriers for autistic people

Autistic people can sometimes suffer from a big amount of stress, which can be caused by things as simple as the position of certain objects, the way people approach them, or even the place a building is located in.   The UK supermarket chain Morrisons is going to make it easier for them to shop around, by making the shops less stressful…

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Spanish chef and his team after serving 3 million meals in Puerto Rico, travel ahead of hurricane Florence to feed even more

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by Isabel Rubio

Posted on September 24, 2018

Spanish chef and his team after serving 3 million meals in Puerto Rico, travel ahead of hurricane Florence to feed even more

After Puerto Rico was clobbered by Hurricane Maria, Jose Andres, a Spanish chef and his team were on the ground serving meals to all of the survivors. Now, he has set up a shop right in the middle of Hurricane Florence so he can feed everybody throughout the storm.The chef and his nonprofit World Central Kitchen are responsible for feeding millions of people during every kind of natural disaster…

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Indian man cooks for a village

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by Marina Morg

Posted on August 30, 2018

Indian man cooks for a village

In India, a wiry, weathered man wearing a white lungi (a type of sarong) and no shoes, holds up an enormous steel tray of a hundred raw chicken legs for the camera filming him. He douses them with turmeric, red chili powder, garlic, and yogurt, and then sets a rusted wok over a fire built from hunks of bark. He fills the wok with a puddle of oil and sets the meat bubbling with spices over the roaring fire. Farm animals whistle and bark in the distance, and people mutter in Tamil offscreen…

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They give free music lessons to homeless people so they can make a living playing on the street.

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 20, 2018

They give free music lessons to homeless people so they can make a living playing on the street.

Homeless people in the UK can receive free music and dance classes so that it becomes an alternative to earn some money. Bark.com offers the opportunity to nominate homeless people to learn a new skill that generates income…

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Remembering Nelson Mandela

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 18, 2018

Remembering Nelson Mandela

The legacy of the South African political leader and Nobel Peace Prize remains as an example of the struggle for equality, democracy and human rights…

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The cave rescue of Thailand and its heroes

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by Rosa Ruiz

Posted on July 13, 2018

The cave rescue of Thailand and its heroes

Rescue in Thai caves: Monk's training was important for the trainer to keep the cave boys alive, says the Buddhist abbot. Twelve children and their coach entered a cave in Thailand. The children and their monitor, all members of a local football team, went to visit the cave, a well-known tourist attraction in the area, on June 23. A strong storm flooded several parts of the cave and the group was trapped. British divers located them after nine days. It took 17 days to rescue them…

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Nurse Emergency center trauma sings dressed as a princess to her patients

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on March 14, 2018

Nurse Emergency center trauma sings dressed as a princess to her patients

Dressed as a princess is a nurse in Park Ridge, Illinois trying to make her patients more comfortable to sing for them. The 45-year-old Jodi Kubis has been working and singing at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital for over 20 years. Considering that she was actually born at the same hospital in 1973, everything has become a full circle. Kubis loves to put a smile on the faces around her…

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NSW Police Force set to raise the rainbow flag

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by Judith Van Duinen

Posted on February 25, 2018

NSW Police Force set to raise the rainbow flag

The rainbow flag will fly proud and high this morning, outside of the Sydney Police Centre in Surry Hills.   Thousands of people will fill the streets of Sydney's CBD to celebrate the 40th Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in less than one week…

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