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Good News Tuesday for July 14, 2020: Food in the Frig, Grizzly Bears, Renewable Energy, and Girl Power X 2!


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Food in the Frig

“Take what you need, leave what you can.” Fully Stocked Refrigerators are Popping Up Around NYC. Read more about it in this article from Good Morning America.

US Court Maintains Protections for Grizzly Bears

Grizzly bears in the US Yellowstone region will remain protected by the federal Endangered Species Act thanks to a July 8th court decision which rejected the current administration’s attempt to remove protection. The court decision maintains protective status and halted planned trophy hunts for grizzly bears in Wyoming. The Western Environmental Law Center provides details in this article. 

100% Renewable Energy for Sydney

Downtown Sydney, Australia is now powered by 100% renewable energy. The energy is coming from two solar farms and a wind farm. Read more about this historic achievement in the Good News Network.

Olivia Helps the Homeless

In Chicago, 7-year-old Olivia Tyler has started a non-profit to help the homeless. She gives out masks to homeless people and has a solid financial plan for her goal to buy a homeless hotel. This link from the Today Show includes an inspiring video with Olivia and her parents.

This 12 Year Old’s Invention Detects Lead Levels in Water

Our closing video comes from Theresa at Culture Shocks who shared the link in last week’s GNT comments. It’s about 12-year-old scientist Gitanjali Rao who invented “Tethys,” a portable device that detects lead in water. Gitanjali started working on her invention after she heard about the toxic water crisis in Flint Michigan.

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Christian, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again. I also paint angels.

26 thoughts on “Good News Tuesday for July 14, 2020: Food in the Frig, Grizzly Bears, Renewable Energy, and Girl Power X 2!

  1. Lots of good news, JoAnna 🙂 Reading the article on “Food in the Frig” about refrigerators full of free food that have been popping up all over the place in New York City brought tears to my eyes. Yet another amazing initiative of a community taking care of each other ❤

  2. Thank you for all of your Positive news… It is amazing just how resourceful people become when needs be.. ❤

  3. Wow, this gave me an instant feel-good boost, I love it! Thank you! How amazing are those kids you mention? I love that 7 year old´s determination to help the homeless. Absolutely mindblowing 🙂 💖

  4. Hi JoAnna,
    It’s Lisa. Do you remember me? I wrote a lot about my recovery in criesofanunkemptgarden? I started a new blog, and am still learning to navigate around in here. I had a battle with breast cancer I am 3 months post double mastectomy. I am getting stronger, and recovering well. So I am mountain biking again, and now writing. I wanted a platform that I was not stuck in one certain niche. So this where I am beginning. Yes again, hope you are well. I look forward to reading your work. God bless ❤️

    • I do remember you, Lisa. Thank you so much for reaching out. Mountain biking three months after major surgery is amazing and wonderful. I’m looking forward to visiting your new blog! God bless and take care! ❤

  5. I particularly like the fridges.

  6. Thanks for reminding me that good things are still happening in the world JoAnna. I’ve been focusing more on the dark side! Hugs…

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