Good News June 2022
Surely there’s a lot of bad to see in the world lately and surely its easy to find everywhere else on the internet. I’ve resolved that I’d like to post a couple of positive headlines a month in a summary on here to lighten the mood. Since they’re my areas of interest the stories will be mostly focused on science and technology with special emphasis on earth sciences, privacy and space. Without further ado:
First Images from the James Webb Space Telescope
The dawn of a new era in astronomy has begun as the world gets its first look at the full capabilities of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, a partnership with ESA (European Space Agency) and CSA (Canadian Space Agency).
After 40 years of extinction, rhinos return to Mozambique
Over four decades after they became extinct locally, rhinos are roaming again the wilds of Mozambique, which is bringing the endangered species from South Afric
Huge groups of fin whales sign of hope for ocean giants
For the first time since whaling was banned, dozens of southern fin whales have been filmed feasting together in a “thrilling” Antarctic spectacle, hailed by scientists Thursday as a sign of hope for the world’s second largest animal.
Federal Judge Restores Endangered Species Protections Gutted by Trump – EcoWatch
A federal judge restored a wide swath of Endangered Species Act protections gutted by the Trump administration.
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