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Positive Climate & Biodiversity News - Week #40

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Here is your weekly dose of positive Climate and Biodiversity news to help motivate you and get your week off to a great start.


It's time to balance out all the “doom and gloom” news we often hear and add some positivity to our lives. 🙌



Positive Climate & Biodiversity News Week 40




Companies can no longer market their goods using unfounded claims about their environmental impact and durability.

Picture via European Parliament Website - Companies can no longer market their goods using unfounded claims about their environmental impact and durability. © Firn / Adobe Stock


"Parliament has given its final green light to a directive that will improve product labelling and ban the use of misleading environmental claims."

Read the full article on the European Parliament News.





Two kiwi chicks have become the first to be born in the wild in New Zealand's capital for more than 150 years, conservationists have discovered.

The kiwi chicks were found in the hills outside Wellington. Credit: The Capital Kiwi Project


"Two kiwi chicks have become the first to be born in the wild in New Zealand's capital for more than 150 years, conservationists have discovered. The chicks arrival in Wellington comes a year after New Zealand's national bird was reintroduced to the city as part of the Capital Kiwi Project."

Read the full article in itvNEWS.





Wind turbines in front of the Fiddlers Ferry decommissioned coal-fired power station in Cheshire. Last year was the third this decade that renewable energy sources outperformed fossil fuels.

Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images


"The amount of electricity generated by the UK’s gas and coal power plants fell by 20% last year, with consumption of fossil fuels at its lowest level since 1957."

Read the full article in The Guardian.






Image via Getty Images


"Scientists at a university in the US say they have discovered the world's oldest forest. The team already knew the ancient forest existed, but this is the first time it was properly investigated to find out the ages of plants and trees growing there."

Read the full article on BBC.




Image via Marine Insights


"Chile became the world’s first country to ratify the Global Ocean Treaty that aims to conserve marine biodiversity in international waters and preserve 30% of the high seas by 2030."

Read the full article in Marine Insights.




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