A Sustainable Eco-School for Girls in India Keeps Students Comfortable Despite Desert Heat
The Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls School in the Thar desert of India is designed to be both beautiful and sustainable with solar power, geothermal energy, and lime plastered walls for insulation. See how the innovative oval design of the school creates a comfortable learning environment with plans for a larger learning community in this article from euronews.green.
First Black Woman on the US Supreme Court
Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in Thursday as the first Black woman on the US Supreme Court. AP has details here, and here’s a video:
Planting Sequoias in the UK
Henry Emson planted a giant sequoia sapling in the UK for each member of his family to reduce their carbon footprints. His company, One Tree One Life, buys land where these giants can grow in safety and has planted 700 resilient sequoia saplings across Britain. Read more about the sequoia project in the Good News Network.
20-Year-Old Train Commuter Rescues Man from Electrified Track
Twenty-year-old Anthony Perry saved a man who fell on an electrified train track in Chicago. Watch the video with an extra surprise at the end.
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