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Der Instagram-Account the_happy_broadcast hat Hass den Kampf angesagt. Er berichtet ausschließlich von den positiven Nachrichten, die es tagtäglich zu berichten gibt. Von einem italienischen Künstler illustriert. Zeit für ein paar positive Schwingungen:
 

1. So hat zum Beispiel ein in Florida lebender Mann durch seine Blutspenden dafür gesorgt, dass 864 Leben gerettet werden konnten. Er hatte in über 43 Jahren umgerechnet fast 379 Liter Blut gespendet.

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We need to realize and get inspired by how a single person's action can help to make a difference. Since 1976, 73-year-old James Michelini has donated blood and platelets every second Wednesday. After 43 years, he has made his initial target of 10 gallons ten times. Every pint of donated platelets can save the life of one person, while every pint of blood has the possibility of saving up to three people. This amounts to more than 800 people’s lives saved with the 100 gallons Michelini has donated. Source: Idaho Reporter (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #florida #blood #blooddonation #oneblood #generosity #commitment

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2. Wusstes ihr eigentlich, dass ungenutzte Weihnachtsbäume in Berlin als Futter für die Elefanten im Zoo dienen?

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It’s Christmas time and here’s a lovely story for you all 🎅 🌲 🐘 . Berlin’s unwanted Christmas trees have ended their days as a festive snack for zoo elephants and stocking fillers for some of their fellow residents at Tierpark Berlin Friedrichsfelde. The zoo takes only fresh, unsold trees from selected vendors. It doesn’t accept trees from the public, which could contain chemicals or leftover decorations. The elephants eat the trees themselves. Monkeys are presented with trees decorated with vegetables, and tigers get meat decorations. Source: Star Advertiser (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #berlin #germany #animals #elephant #food #christmas #sustainability #recycling

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3. Willkommen zurück! Auf den Galapagos Inseln wurde eine Schildkröten-Art entdeckt, von der man annahm, dass sie bereits vor über 100 Jahren ausgestorben war.

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A living member of species of tortoise not seen in more than 110 years and feared to be extinct has been found in a remote part of the Galápagos island of Fernandina. An adult female Chelonoidis phantasticus, also known as the Fernandina giant tortoise, was spotted by a joint expedition of the Galápagos National Park and the US-based Galapagos Conservancy. The only other living member of the species was found in 1906. Since then, expeditions have encountered tortoise faeces and bite marks on cacti, and there was a possible unconfirmed sighting in 2009. This discovery was the first confirmed sighting and together with the possibility of finding more members of the species has raised the possibility of breeding. Source: The Guardian (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #galapagos #island #climatechange #nature #power #turtle #extint #tortoise

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4. Wir haben gute Nachrichten für euch, wenn ihr schon immer mal in Mailand studieren wolltet. Dort gibt es ein „Adoptiert einen Studenten“-Programm. Studenten können dabei bei älteren Leuten einziehen, um Geld zu sparen und deren Alltag weniger einsam zu gestalten.

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Milan is the most expensive city in Italy, and one of the most expensive in Europe. With its seven universities, it has a student population of 180,000, of whom 65,000 come from out of town. In Milan there are 314,000 senior citizens, mostly women, living in homes that have become big for them and also quite expensive to manage while living on a pension. In 15 years of offering Adopt a Student, the MeglioMilano association has arranged around 600 cohabitations. The average age of the host is 79; in 76% of cases, the host is a woman living in an apartment she owns. Project manager Monica Bergamasco says it was born in response to two problems: an ageing population with a growing number of seniors living alone, and rents increasing beyond the reach of students. Source: The Guardian (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #italy #milan #students #help #elderly #money #university #college

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5. Habt ihr in den Niederlanden jemals einen streunenden Hund gesehen? Nein? Wenig verwunderlich. Es ist das erste Land, in dem es sie offiziell nicht mehr gibt!

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Since the 19th century, Holland has had a huge dog population. An outbreak of rabies became one of the leading causes of death. Out of fear, many owners began abandoning their pets, and since this action was considered legal, streets became filled with stray dogs of all kinds. Holland wanted to change those unfortunate circumstances. They started by implementing the PSVIR method (pick, sterilize, vaccinate, identify, and return). All were free of charge; the government covered all the expenses. Holland achieved this goal without putting animals down and without kennels. And to incentivize adoption the Dutch government resolved to raise taxes on the purchase of dogs in stores. Source: Thinking Humanity (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #art #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #life #dogs #netherlands #dogsofinstagram #dog #holland

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6. Der Central Park in New York ist knapp 350 Hektar groß. Aber damit nicht so groß wie der Molai Forest in Indien, der auf den Inder Jadav „Molai“ Payeng zurückzuführen ist. Der pflanzt nämlich seit 35 Jahren jeden Tag einen Baum. Das Gebiet ist mittlerweile über 550 Hektar groß.

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In 1979, 16-year-old Padma Shri Jadav "Molai" Payeng was devastated when he stumbled upon a pile of dead snakes, scorched to death by extreme heat on the banks of Majuli Island in Assam, India. The snakes, which came to the island by way of flooding from the Brahmaputra river, could find no shade to escape the heat. When he saw the snakes, Payeng told NPR he knew he had to do something about it or else even humans might "have to die this way in the heat." And so, with an unquestionable love for his homeland and the most admirable dedication, Payeng planted one sapling on the barren land every day for the next 35 years. Payeng's tremendous efforts have paid off 39 years later. Spreading over 1,360 acres, the woodland, named Molai Forest after Payeng, is about 1.6 times larger than Central Park. Source: Travel+Leisure (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #instagood #photooftheday #beautiful #happy #motivation #art #friends #repost #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #art #artist #illustration #goodmorning #goodnews #life #world #progress #planetearth #snake #india #forest #trees #woodland

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7. Wusstet ihr, dass Costa Rica bereits seit fünf Jahren fast die komplette Energie durch erneuerbare Energien bezieht? Und damit sparen sie auch noch 500 Millionen Dollar.

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The Government of Costa Rica expects the country will generate more than 99% of its energy from renewable resources in 2019. That means Costa Rica will have run on more than 98% clean energy over five consecutive years, according to data from the National Center for Energy Control (CENCE) .⁣ ⁣ In 2019, Costa Rica has generated 67.5% of its energy from hydropower, 17% from wind, 13.5% from geothermal sources and 0.84% ​​from biomass and solar panels. The Costa Rican government says its clean energy generation — which powers more than 1.5 million homes and 225,000 businesses — has saved the country nearly $500 million over the past 20 years over relying on fossil fuels. Source: The Tico Times (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #costarica #renewable #energy #progress #ecosystem #globalwarming #climatechange #cleanenergy

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8. Auch in Bangladesch wird Umweltschutz großgeschrieben. Die Flüsse dort haben nun Rechtsansprüche. Und wer jetzt einem Fluss schadet, kann ganz schnell vor Gericht landen.

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This is an incredible news!
Bangladesh is sometimes known as the “land of the rivers.” It’s got hundreds of them — and over the years, they’ve been getting more and more polluted. But as of early July, every single one of them has a remarkable new level of protection: The Bangladeshi Supreme Court has given all rivers in the country legal rights. Now, people who damage a river can get taken to court by the government-appointed National River Conservation Commission. They’ll be tried as if they’d harmed a living entity, because each river now has the right to life. That means the river’s government-designated human representatives can sue on its behalf when it’s being endangered. Illustration by the super talented Andy J. Pizza @andyjpizza . Source: Vox (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #Bangladesh #river #law #rights #ecosystem #globalwarming #climatechange

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9. Fußball verbindet. Das haben sich auch die Menschen hinter der „Homeless World Cup Foundation“ gedacht. Denn es gibt jedes Jahr eine Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft für obdachlose (und ehemals obdachlose) Menschen. Mittlerweile mit über 450 Teilnehmern aus über 40 Ländern.

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I feel like we don’t talk about homelessness enough. We put the people who we pass in the street out of our minds, because that means we don’t have to confront the fact that any of us are a series of bad accidents from disasters. Every year, the Homeless World Cup Foundation delivers an inspirational week-long street football tournament that brings together more than 450 players representing 40+ countries around the world, all of which have faced homelessness and social marginalisation. The tournament attracts more than 80,000 visitors each year with millions more following the action online. Homelessness can force people into isolation, which affects their ability to share, communicate, and work with others. When a person who is homeless gets involved in football, they build relationships; they become teammates who learn to trust and share. Get involved and support this amazing organization. Art by the super talented sport artist @davidebarco . Source: Homeless World Cup Foundation (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #trees #charity #homeless #homelessness #worldcup #soccer #sport #tournament

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10. Gibt es eigentlich bessere Möglichkeiten, als Falschparker mit Geldstrafen zu belegen? Die gibt es! In Las Vegas wird zum Beispiel getestet, ob Essens-Spenden nicht sinnvoller wären.

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The city council unanimously voted in favor of the initiative to allow food donations to be accepted instead of the cash fine. The press release for the city says they are taking in the donations to help those in need during the holiday season. All the food donations will be donated to the Helping Hands of Vegas Valley, a nonprofit that provides assistance to low income and disabled senior citizens, the press release reads. This isn't the first time Las Vegas has announced a special program to waive cash fines for parking tickets. In July, the city accepted donations of school supplies in lieu of parking ticket fines. Las Vegas City Council has been running occasional programs to accept charitable donations in place of parking fines since 2016. Source: CNN (link in bio) #thehappybroadcast #love #positivity #happiness #happy #motivation #friends #fun #style #illustration #inspiration #goodnews #future #art #artist #goodmorning #positivenews #life #lasvegas #parkingticket #food #fooddonation #charity #innovation

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