Good News for the Environment

Sustainable stories of progress for the planet

The Secrets To Passing Climate Legislation — Even in Red States

These Republican states are passing clean energy bills in the name of freedom and economics.
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12 Best Conversation Cards For Deeper Relationships

Conversation card games have offered people a framework to embrace humanity, vulnerability, and develop better conversation habits. Here are 12 decks that do a great job at encouraging deeper discussion ...
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'Reforestation Hubs' Are Saving Urban Trees From Heading To Landfills

Did you know that the US is losing 36 million trees every year? Several organizations have stepped up with creative solutions to save the wood, reduce carbon emissions and create jobs.
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2022 Good Good Good Book Recommendations (New Releases)

Every month we’ll update this list with new-release book recommendations for people who care about doing good in the world.
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The Best Eco-Friendly Dog Poop Bags (No Greenwashing)

Everything you need to know about compostable and biodegradable dog poop bags — and the best alternatives for doggy doo duty.
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Flooding in Bangladesh & India: How To Help

Monsoon flooding has displaced and harmed millions in South Asia. Here is your guide on helping humanitarian aid workers on the ground in Bangladesh and northeast India.
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'Elder Power': More Retirees Are Stepping Up Climate Action Game

One organization leads elders to protest climate change. “I can’t not do this,” one participant said. “We have to figure out how to convert despair into something else.”
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7 Positive Good News Stories From Canada (2022)

The official Good Good Good roundup of positive good news stories from Canada — continually being updated.
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23 Best Eco-Friendly Candles To Buy & Burn 

Word on the street is that pets are the new kids, plants are the new pets, and candles are the new plants. 
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U.S. To Boost Green Jobs, Curb Emissions by Plugging Old Oil & Gas Wells

As many as 120,000 jobs could be created by stopping abandoned oil and gas wells leaking climate-warming methane into the atmosphere.
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