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.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about the world’s first insurance policy for an ecosystem, the first US state to introduce an income plan for pregnant people and foster children, and the city of Madrid surrounding itself with a wall of trees to tackle climate change.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about a reduction in violent crimes after Suffolk County’s decision to not imprison people for misdemeanours, how former and now flooded coal mines are used for carbon-reduced heating, and beavers replenishing ecosystems and rivers in deserts.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, we’re talking about a teenager helping his sister communicate through a self-developed app, a women-led platform offering support to Turkish women subject to domestic violence, and a menstrual hub delivering menstrual hygiene products as well as education in Philadelphia.