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Sweet Dog Was Born With a Defect That Makes Her Look Permanently Surprised

Meet Belle, whose doctor diagnosed her with a birth defect that makes her look permanently surprised. The adorable mix of doberman and cattlehound was born with the muscles in her head stretched back, leaving her looking wide-eyed at all times. Lieschen O’Connor adopted Belle in 2017 from Lawrence Humane Society, an organization that provides care […]

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Drone Save a 14-Year-old From Drowning in Powerful Spanish Current

A pioneering drone lifeguard service rolled out across Spanish beaches has saved the life of a 14-year-old boy as he struggled against a powerful current. General Drones supplies 30 surf rescue drones with operators to lifeguard stations across 22 beaches along Spain’s coast. The company released a compelling video of the recent rescue in Valencia. […]

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Delaware Will Install Free Solar Panels For Low-income Residents and Paying 70% For Moderate-incomes

A new two-year pilot program launched this month will spread the benefits of solar power to Delaware residents who otherwise would not be able to afford installing the green energy. The Solar Pilot Program from the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control seeks to test future expansion of photovoltaic systems into low- and […]

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Religious Practices Have Preserved 125,000 Sacred Groves in India, Growing a Conservation Success

Belief in Hinduism and other folklore has an incredible capacity to protect biodiversity in India, where devotees possibly protect 125,000 sacred forest groves containing hundreds of species. Sacred groves in India are patches of land that are communally protected with religious zeal, that at the same time tend to be relic forest segments. Inside, traditions […]

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Good Gardening Week 4: What Are Your Zone, Climate Risks, and Weather Conditions? Share Tips and Photos

Welcome back to Good Gardening! In our Week 3 discussion, we wanted to know what people’s go-to flowers or vegetables were—the kind they can’t get through a season without growing. We took it to social media and shared photos… ELIZA CAIN was the first to chime in, writing about a variety of species we had […]

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Send In Your Favorite Tartan For Year-Long Scottish Exhibition Honoring the Iconic Fabric

Scotland’s premier design museum is calling all Scots to rummage through their house and find unusual objects made or decorated with that most iconic of Scottish contributions to the world—Tartan. The result of this nationwide appeal will be Tartan, a year-long museum exhibition on the fabric, celebrating its unique history. Flannels, plaid, tartan, the fabric […]

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Dead Solar Panels Are About to Become a Lot More Valuable a $2.7 Billion Market by 2030

The demand for recycled solar photovoltaic (PV) panel components is set to skyrocket in the coming years as the number of installations surges and the threat of a supply bottleneck looms. A Rystad Energy analysis shows recyclable materials from PV panels at the end of their lifespan will be worth more than $2.7 billion in […]