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No Green Thumb? This Adorable Planter Can Display Your Houseplant’s Needs and Feelings on a Screen

This adorable little flowerpot can now translate your plant's needs into universal feelings and reactions so that it can be more like a pet than a plant.

After $9 Was Stolen From Girl’s Lemonade Stand, Community Gives Her $350 to Pay It Forward

After a group of youngsters stole $9 from a little girl running a lemonade stand, dozens of neighbors rallied behind her charitable mission.

Good News in History, July 17

120 years ago today, the American actor Jimmy Cagney was born. Known for his distinctive vocal style and deadpan comic timing, he won acclaim...

Good News in History, July 13

80 years ago, Frank Sinatra sang on his first commercial record, recording the song From the Bottom of My Heart with Harry James and...

Atlanta is Transforming an Abandoned Plot of Land into the Largest Public Food Forest in the US

Not only is the Urban Food Forest set to be the largest of its kind in the United States, it is also the city's first public food space.

Robot Caregivers Could Soon Move Your Plants Around the House So They Get Proper Amount of Sunlight

This adorable little robot caregiver could one day save your household plants from ever dying over a lack of sunlight or water.

Determined Teen Siblings Who’ve Turned 15,000 Pounds of Food Waste into Compost Awarded Thousands to Continue

This dynamic young duo has saved thousands of pounds of food waste from ending up in landfills – and soon they'll be saving even more.

With School District Struggling Against $77,000 in Student Lunch Debt, Chobani CEO Offers to Lend a Hand

Chobani is not just responsible for making delicious yogurt – they're also stepping forward to ensure that Rhode Island students are properly fed.

Good News in History, April 10

75 years ago today, Rudolf Vrba, a Jewish teenager, and Alfred Wetzler, 26, escaped from the Auschwitz (Birkenau) Nazi death camp, bringing the first...

Brad Paisley Breaks Ground on His Free Grocery Store for the Hungry in Nashville

The country singer and his wife say that they're launching the store as a means of reducing food insecurity in Nashville, Tennessee.

School District Turns Unused Cafeteria Food into Take-Home Meals for Kids in Need

This school district from Indiana has come up with a brilliant solution for both food waste and student hunger.

How and Why to Start a Compost Pile at Home – The Benefits of ‘Black Gold’

If you have gardens around your house, it’s time to become aware of free resources you have been throwing away and opt to start...

Instead of Just Donating Pastries, Starbucks Canada Will Soon Be Rescuing 1.5 Million Meals Per Year

Once fully implemented, this new waste reduction strategy will salvage over one million healthy meals from landfills every year.

Advice From a ‘Shark Tank’ Star: Why the Challenges of Starting Your Own Business are 100% Worth It

Though it might take some time to find your career path calling, the rewards are more than worth the work.

Scientists Develop New Houseplant That Cleanses Your Home of the Worst Chemicals in the Air

This brand new houseplant goes one step beyond air filters by cleansing the air of common chemicals such as benzene, chloroform, and formaldehyde.

Want to Stop Eating Junk Food? New Research Says You Should Get More Sleep

This new study says that you might be getting junk food cravings because you're not getting enough sleep.

Instead of Dumping Rejected Food Shipments into Landfills, Truckers Are Donating Them to Local Charities

Instead of letting their rejected food shipments go to waste, truck drivers are being connected with local charities that can put the food to good use.

Abandoned Coal Mines May Soon Be Transformed into Perfectly Efficient Indoor Farms

Coal mine farming is becoming a groundbreaking new way of simultaneously fighting unemployment, hunger, climate change, and deforestation.

Metallica Feeds the Hungry on Every Stop of Their World Tour

This is just one way that the band has been benefiting thousands of people in need during their current world tour.

How to Know if You May Have an Eating Disorder and What to Do About it

Food is one of our most basic biological needs for survival. If the need for food becomes the source of fear or is seen...