This weeks good news snippets — Planet Edition!
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.
Residents of Warsaw, Poland are breathing a little easier these days thanks to a new art installation that purifies the air.
A family of wolverines has made its home at Mount Rainier National Park for the first time in over a century, park officials announced last Thursday.
Amboseli National Park in Kenya is experiencing an apparent elephant baby boom.
Newly discovered ‘Super Kelp’ shows some amazing promise for mitigating climate change.
More than ten thousand baby Olive Ridley sea turtles were released into the wild last week off the coast of Bali.
In 2010, several countries joined the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) in a bold initiative to double the number of wild tigers by 2022.
Robotic dolphins could be an ethical and cost-effective alternative to keeping marine mammals in captivity.
The crew is a part of a project called eXXpedition: a series of all-women sailing voyages aimed at combatting ocean pollution.