Thursday, January 13, 2022

Good News from 2021

Here is some Good News from 2021 on Future Crunch. Future Crunch is a site that talks about only the good news that is happening around the world. It is worth while reading. You do not always and only want to read “if it bleeds, it leads” sort of news. You can sign up for a monthly newsletter from Future Crunch.

This publication talks about good news in health, which is mainly vaccines, but not just for covid, but for things like malaria which still kills a lot of people each year. There is an article on new conservations areas like the creation of the North-Atlantic Current and Evlanov Sea Basin, a vast, protected area off the south west coast of Ireland.

Another article talks about the extension of abortion rights in some countries. An article talks about recent wins for democracy. Also, another article talks about recently efforts to clean energy. They also have an article on animal rights and about how some animals are being legally recognized as sentient beings.

On my other blog I wrote yesterday about Calian Group Ltd (TSX-CGY, OTC-CLNFF) ... learn more. Next, I will write about Toronto Dominion Bank (TSX-TD, NYSE-TD) ... learn more on Friday, January 14, 2022 around 5 pm.

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