In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about how the US has succeeded in tackling its overfishing problem, Mongolia’s pledge to invest 1% of its GDP in tree planting, and the Japanese Typhoon Science and Technology Research Center’s attempts to store the energy of super typhoons.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about how Lebanese influencers use their outreach to mitigate conflicts, a socially inclusive city providing a bio-chemical study programme for the blind, and how women in West Africa are promoting ecological farming whilst standing up for their own rights.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about a violence intervention team in the US preventing retaliation and PTSD directly after hospitalisation, Mexico’s supreme court’s unanimous decision to no longer prosecute abortion procedures, and a library where people can “rent” humans of all backgrounds to ask questions and hear their stories.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about the French capital limiting the use of motor vehicles, French farmers using urine as fertilisers and how Bangladesh creates walls of oysters to prevent floods.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about women journalists reporting from the female perspective in Afghanistan, a nonprofit in St. Louis providing employment and financial assistance for students by refurbishing and selling houses to minorities, and zero-power sewage plants mimicking cow stomachs in India.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re looking at an underground device creating energy from people’s movement in Freetown, an ATM dispensing bioethanol for sustainable cooking stoves in Kenya, and the saker falcon being bred and also tatooed to drive away poachers in Bulgaria.