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The Population of Endangered Mountain Gorillas Has Grown by 71% In a Decade

After decades of endangerment, mountain gorillas are growing in population thanks to conservation efforts of the World Wide Fund for Nature, the International Gorilla Conservation Program, and the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, among others.
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Calling for Change: The Ultimate Guide on How To Contact Your Elected Representatives

Your elected representatives are here to serve you and your community's interests. Reaching out to them is one major way to make change in the United States.
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Behind the Scenes: Creating the Good Good Good Website with Moon March

Get a peek behind the curtain of how Moon March created the Good Good Good website — from the goals and dreams for the new platform, to the intentionality behind the colors and functionality of the finished product.
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These Combat Diving Veterans Are Now Using Their Skills to Restore Ocean Health

For veterans of combat diving, life after the military can lack a sense of purpose. Now a nonprofit called Force Blue is giving veterans a new mission.
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The Rainbow Railroad Is Helping LGBTQ+ People Flee Persecution

In countries where same-sex intimacy is illegal, the LGTBQ+ community faces violence and discrimination from their families, communities, and governments. Rainbow Railroad is helping LGBTQ+ people escape.
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Finding the Helpers During COVID


This Entrepreneur Figured Out How to Make Bricks Out of Discarded PPE

"When he sees waste, he said, he begins thinking about ways to use it."
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Indian Cities Are Tapping Into the Pandemic Cycling Trend

Lockdown restrictions and a reluctance to board crowded buses and trains have encouraged some Indians to rediscover cycling or take it up for the first time. Across the country, 28 cities have focused on creating cycling infrastructure.
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Many People Assumed Suicides Would Spike in 2020, but the Data Says Otherwise

While many public figures predicted that public health restrictions would lead to increased suicides in 2020, evidence that came out of Canada in February suggests otherwise.
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The #DisabledJoy Movement Wants To Celebrate Happiness Too

Tired of the narrative that being disabled is a personal failure in mainstream media, a writer took to Twitter to start a hashtag that might change the way folks look at disability forever.
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Finally, Black Women Are Getting Credit and Recognition For Starting The Nail Art Trend

Nail art is a niche fashion trend that has become increasingly popular and more mainstream in recent years. However, the Black women responsible have historically seen little to no credit.
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At Freetown Farm, members of the community can learn the names of medicinal herbs and harvest vegetables, all while developing a deeper relationship to the land and local community.
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Youth Climate Protesters Around the World Have Returned to the Streets

Greta Thunberg's Fridays for Future movement has resumed mass street protests for the first time since the pandemic began.
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These Two Young Entrepreneurs Are Combating Food Waste With Delicious Vegan Cookies

Reyanne Mustafa and Kristian Krugman were working as servers when they noticed how much food restaurants throw away at the end of the day.
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