Here are your good news planet-based snippets for the week of September 28th, 2020.
A new robot designed by Georgia Tech proves that slow and steady wins the race. SlothBot will monitor the changing conditions of the climate and it’s built for the long haul.
Using a non-invasive tracking device attached to the seals back, scientists were able to collect data from parts of the ocean we have never observed.
Newly discovered ‘Super Kelp’ shows some amazing promise for mitigating climate change.
Last month, Portugal announced the closure of its Sines power plant. The coal-powered facility was responsible for over 13% of the emissions for the whole country.
Apple and Microsoft have recently announced aggressive action against climate change.
The Swedish company IKEA, who sells over 1 billion meatballs a year, has released a plant-based version of their popular snack, dubbed “Plant Balls.”
The solar farm will be the largest at an airport anywhere in the world with over 340,000 solar panels.
All of the cities’ operations including street lights, swimming pools, council buildings, and even the Sydney Town Hall, will run off entirely renewable sources.
The world’s largest Hydrogen Plant, set to open in 2021, will turn trash into green energy.