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Coral Reef Surprises Scientists by Healing Itself

Coral reefs may be more independent and resilient than previously thought. New research shows that an isolated reef off the northwest coast of Australia that...
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Daredevil Breaks World Record with 24-mile High Freefall Jump

As the whole world watched him via live streaming video, Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner completed a record-breaking freefall from the edge of space Sunday...
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Florida Hero Rebuilds Endangered Coral Reefs

Over a 40 year span, scuba enthusiast Ken Nedimyer watched helplessly as two of the most important corals went into drastic decline. Today, they...
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Thriving Coral Reefs Discovered in Puerto Rico

With the overall health of Puerto Rico's shallow coral reefs in decline, the recent discovery of abundant reef fish farther out brings hope that...
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Sturgeon Return to Spawn in Detroit River Thanks to Artificial Reef

For the first time in almost 40 years lake sturgeon have spawned in the Detroit River, thanks to an international reef construction effort completed...
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Damaged Great Barrier Reef Makes ‘Spectacular’ Recovery

Sections of Australia's Great Barrier Reef have made a "spectacular" recovery from a bleaching event three years ago that devastated the coral, marine...
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Treasure Trove of New Marine Species Found Near Great Barrier Reef (Video)

Australian scientists have discovered hundreds of new types of coral and marine species during an expedition off the Great Barrier reef. Three expeditions to...

Significant Coral Reef Regeneration in Arabian Gulf

Researchers studying coral reefs in the Arabian Gulf have found encouraging signs that corals in Abu Dhabi and Qatar are regenerating and the entire...
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Brazil Creates Buffer Zone Around Precious Coral Reefs

Brazil enacted protections for the coral reefs, which are the biologically richest in the South Atlantic. A buffer zone was created around the...

Coral Reef Discovered

A new coral reef was discovered off the Thai coast, which is home to over 30 types of hard corals and at least 112...
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Largest Coral Reef Preserved

Australia will end commercial coral harvesting on the Great Barrier Reef in order to protect the world's largest living reef formation. While it is...

Good News in History, August 30

110 years ago today, the American paleontologist and geologist Charles Walcott discovered a treasure trove of fossils in the Burgess Shale tucked high in...

Good News in History, August 16

50 years ago today Neil Young joined Crosby, Stills and Nash on stage for the first time, playing at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago—a...

Canada Passes Most Progressive Fishery Act Yet, Requiring the Rebuilding of Fish Populations

The modernized piece of legislation will prevent Canada from importing and exporting shark fins and also legally require fish populations to be rebuilt.

Good News in History, July 10

Happy Birthday to the gospel and blues singer Mavis Staples, who turns 80 years old today. Born in Chicago, she started singing with her...

Good News in History, June 11

Happy 50th Birthday to Peter Dinklage who was born in Morristown, New Jersey. Best known for his role as Tyrion Lannister on HBO's Game...

After 40 Years, Homeless Man Will Get His Degree Debt-Free Thanks to One Student and Anonymous Alumni

More than four decades after he was forced to drop out, this 65-year-old homeless man will finally be able to finish his degree in studio arts.

UK is Now Safeguarding Ocean Territory Twice the Size of England Thanks to Massive New Protections

The UK has just approved the largest expansion of their protected ocean habitat, bringing the grand total to over 220,000 square kilometers.

Good News in History, April 28

150 years ago today, Chinese and Irish laborers working on the First U.S. Transcontinental Railroad laid ten miles of track in one day, a...

Always Disorganized? That Might Actually Be A Good Thing

                    There’s never been a better time to be disorganized. For those of who you have been criticized for being messy, we have some good news....