Srija, a 14-year-old girl from Telangana, a city in India’s Gadwal region, has created biodegradable planting pots made from discarded peanut shells. She came up with the idea after one day while she was digging in the dirt to plant a tree, she found a plastic bag underground.
In 1924, Charles and Willa Bruce, a Black couple, owned a successful beachfront resort in Manhattan Beach, however the city took the property, paying the couple a fraction of its worth.
French’s parliament has voted to ban any domestic flights in which the same destination can be reached by train in less than two and a half hours.
In Nepal, endangered one-horned rhinoceros gone up by 16%. The new National Rhino Count 2021 reckons the current number of one-horned rhinos now stands at 752, which is up from 645 in 2015.
St. Louis, Missouri has elected its first Black female mayor. Tishaura Jones has committed to the “reimagining” of public safety, stricter gun control, and the closure of one of the city’s pretrial detention centres accused of inhumane conditions.
Last year, the number of U.S. suicides fell nearly 6% among the coronavirus pandemic. This is the largest annual decline in at least four decades, according to preliminary government data.
New England Patriots reserve, Justin Herron, was honoured as a hero by the Tempe (Arizona) Police Department for helping stop an attempted sexual assault in a park.
A group of bikers, called the Bikers Against Child Abuse organisation, come together to help encourage children to speak up against their abusers.
New research published in the journal Nature Plants is indicating that seventeen plants thought to be extinct are very much alive.
The Netherlands float a giant pink cake down Amsterdam’s canals to celebrate 20 years since legalising same sex marriage
On Thursday a giant inflatable pink cake topped with rainbow-flamed candles made its way through Amsterdam’s canals as the country celebrated 20 years since becoming the first country to legalize same-sex marriage.