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Every day, One Green Planet brings you today’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up!

Here you’ll find different categories of news and links to each article published! Enjoy!

1. 11-Year-Old Raises Over $61,000 For Local Animal Rescues Thanks to Her Lemonade Stand

11-year-old Delanie Dennis from Tampa, Florida, has raised over $61,000 for local animal rescues in the Tampa Bay area since 2019, thanks to her lemonade stand.

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2. Say “I Do” to Sustainable Fashion: David’s Bridal Launches Eco-Minded Bridal Collection

Get ready, eco-conscious brides! Your dream of walking down the aisle in a stunning, sustainable wedding dress is about to become a reality. David’s Bridal, the leading bridal and special occasion retailer in the United States, has unveiled its first-ever eco-minded bridal collection: REIMAGINE by DB Studio. This exclusive line of wedding gowns is thoughtfully designed with recycled materials, marrying style, sustainability, and affordability.

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3. Dog’s Hilarious Reaction to Human Barking Will Make Your Day

A hilarious moment was caught on camera and uploaded to TikTok recently of a dog and human looking out of a window and barking together. The dog barks, and the human copies him, which leaves the pup staring at her in confusion.

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4. King Charles Seeks Vegan Sous Chef for Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace recently posted a job advertisement for a unique position that’s creating quite a buzz: King Charles is looking to hire a live-in sous chef with expertise in vegan cuisine. The new addition to the royal kitchen will work alongside the head chef to prepare delicious meals for the royals, their staff, and guests.

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5. Judge Approves Record-Breaking $600 Million Settlement Over Flint Water Crisis

If you’ve been following the Flint water crisis, you’ll be relieved to hear that a significant step has been taken toward providing much-needed compensation for those affected by the disaster. A county judge has approved a massive $600 million settlement, marking the largest legal settlement in Michigan’s history.

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6. Black Vultures Move North Due to Climate change

Black vultures are not a common sight in New York City, but that is changing due to Climate change. These hulking, bald-headed birds, which usually reside in southern states, Mexico, and other parts of Latin America, are now making their way north due to milder winter weather and dwindling habitat space. In the last year alone, more than 300 sightings have been recorded by the Cornell-backed public science project eBird in New York City. This is a significant change from just 30 years ago when spotting groups of black vultures so far north “would have been unheard of,” according to Andrew Farnsworth, a researcher at Cornell University’s Lab of Ornithology.

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7. The Deadly Lake That Turns Animals to Stone in Tanzania

Lake Natron in Tanzania is one of the deadliest lakes in the world, turning animals to stone that come into contact with its salt-laden water. While it may sound like a mythological tale, this strange phenomenon is a reality that poses a threat to the animals that inhabit the area. The lake is a crucial mating ground for lesser endangered flamingos, but the animals risk being turned to stone by its salt-laden shores. Scientists attribute the hostile conditions to the nearby Ol Doinyo Lengai, the only active volcano that emits natrocarbonatites, which feeds into the lake through stream channels and contributes to its harsh alkalinity of over pH 10.

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8. Stella McCartney Unveils First-of-its-Kind Plant-Based Sequin Jumpsuit

Stella McCartney, a pioneer in sustainable Fashion, has recently revealed an incredible innovation – the world’s first garment made from plastic-free, plant-based sequins. This groundbreaking Biosequin® jumpsuit, modeled by Cara Delevingne, graced the cover of American Vogue, capturing attention and admiration worldwide. Although not yet available for purchase, this dazzling creation highlights the potential of eco-friendly materials in the Fashion industry.

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