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Researchers Create ‘First-of-its-Kind’ Roadmap for Saving Earth From Climate Change Years Before 2050 Deadline
This groundbreaking report is one of the first global roadmaps for how the world can stop climate change – and it's apparently quite cost-effective, too.
There were over 180,000 honeybees living on top of the Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris when it caught fire last weekend – and miraculously, they survived.
Las Partes Más Preciadas de la Catedral de Notre Dame Fueron Salvadas; Billonarios Franceses están Pagando para Restaurar lo Demás
Después de que los bomberos pasaron casi nueve horas luchando contra las llamas dentro de la amada Catedral de Notre Dame en Paris, los...
Most Precious Parts of Notre Dame Cathedral Were Saved; French Billionaires Are Paying to Restore the Rest
After battling the flames inside of Notre Dame Cathedral, officials say that the most iconic relics and structures of the building have survived.
80 years ago today, Marian Anderson sang for 75,000 people–and millions of radio listeners–from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in one of the...
AirBnb and the Musée du Louvre are hosting a contest for two lucky guests to win a once-in-a-lifetime sleepover experience at the museum.
British man David Kirke was the first person to go bungee jumping–40 years ago–and he did it while wearing a top hat and grasping a bottle of champagne.
The United States House of Representatives first met in New York City and held its first quorum, electing Frederick Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania as its first...
Rather than using wasteful single-use plastic, this supermarket branch has started packaging up their produce with banana leaves.
75 years ago today, a Swedish housewife in her mid-30s, Astrid Lindgren, sprained her ankle so bad that she was confined to bed and...
Chica de 16 años de edad Protestante Fue Nominada al Premio Nobel de la Paz Por su Enorme Campaña Global Liderada por Jóvenes
Una chica de 16 años ha sido nominada para el Premio Nobel de la Paz 2019 en reconocimiento a su deslumbrante campaña internacional para...
The entire continent of Africa is set to receive a huge financial windfall from the World Bank in order to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
Today is the 26th annual World Water Day, inspired by the international goal of providing clean water for everyone. In the last twenty-six years more...
100 years ago today, Nat King Cole was born. A jazz pianist and vocalist, he dropped out of high school in Chicago to pursue...
16-Year-old Protester Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize Ahead of Her Biggest Global Youth-Led Rally Yet
If she wins the prize, this 16-year-old Swedish schoolgirl would become the youngest person to ever be a Nobel laureate.
These 18 Developed Countries Have Passed Policies to Cut Carbon Emissions; New Study Says It’s Working
An exciting new study shows that efforts to cut CO2 and tackle climate change in developed countries including the UK and US are beginning...
30 years ago today, in response to a dramatic depletion of the ozone layer of Earth's atmosphere, twelve European nations agreed to ban the...
Major Plastic Producer Has Turned Over 100 Tons of Waste into Roads – With Many More Miles More to Go
After successfully piloting the roads in Asia, the company has started laying the recycled plastic roads in America as well.
Australia is Creating Renewable Energy Faster Than Other Countries and They’re Planting 1 Billion Trees to Boot
With every passing year, Australia is reportedly adding more renewable energy per person than any other country in the world.
This daily column at GNN.org features all the good news, anniversaries and notable birthdays from this day in history—February 13.