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Due to making a switch to use solar power for their buildings, an Arkansas school district were able to bump up their teachers’ salaries and eliminate their budget deficits and save millions of dollars.
The migrant rescue ship Open Arms transferred 255 migrants to Italian authorities in Sicily after the Spanish NGO noticed their boats in distress in the Mediterranean Sea.
Four astronauts began their journey to the International Space Station (ISS) after a historic SpaceX launch.
A non-profit is helping local artisans make a living through selling sculptures made from the wiring in poacher’s traps in Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda.
Last week, the Miami Marlins made history as the first team in Major League Baseball (MLB) to hire a female general manager.
Scientists have designed a set of biodegradable tableware made from sugarcane waste and bamboo that could serve as a potential alternative to plastic cups and other disposable plastic containers.
After a 15-month-long pregnancy, Ema Elsa the eastern black rhino gave birth to her first calf at Chester Zoo, one of Europe’s leading conservation centres.
In the Philippines, coal is the dominant source of energy with more than 41 percent of the country’s economy relying on fossil fuels. Despite this, the Filipino government announced that it will no longer accept proposals to build new coal power plants.
As real animal fur is becoming out-of-style within the fashion industry and banned in some countries, the largest fur auction house will have to close its doors within the next three years for good.