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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. Controversy Over ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ Promotional Tweet

Director James Gunn, recently lauded for his exploration of animal cruelty in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’, found himself amid controversy due to his promotional strategy on Twitter. In contrast, some appreciated Gunn’s effort to spotlight the issue, but several Animal rights activists disapproved of his method.

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2. The First Plastics Pollution Weather Forecast Predicts 88 Pounds of Microplastics Over Paris

Visiting Paris? You may want to bring an umbrella for an unusual reason. For the first time ever, a plastic pollution weather forecast predicts that billions of microplastic particles will descend upon France’s capital, with 40 to 48 kilograms (88 to 106 pounds) of these insidious pollutants blanketing the city every day.

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3. Virginia Eaglet Rescued After Falling 90 Feet

Last weekend, fans of the Dulles Greenway Eagle Cam experienced a heart-stopping moment. The live-feed eagle enthusiasts witnessed the fall of a 10-week-old eaglet, known as DG4, after a partial collapse of its nest. The young bald eagle’s 90-foot plummet was a stark reminder of nature’s unpredictable turns, but it also highlighted the resilience of the animal kingdom and the vital role of wildlife conservancy.

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4. Melbourne Nightclub Under Fire for Reptile Influencer Party

In a controversial twist on night-time revelry, a Melbourne nightclub named ‘Two Wrongs’ is facing severe backlash and an official investigation for featuring wild animals as props during its rebranding launch event. Social media influencers photographed themselves, not just enjoying the upbeat music but posing with snakes and baby crocodiles — photos that sparked intense criticism and concern for the animals involved.

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5. Watch The Adorable Way This Cat Disrupts Their Owner’s Sleep

Do you ever wonder what your furry friends get up to when you’re asleep? A rescue cat named Ash has given her humans and 27.7 million TikTok users a hilarious insight into the secret life of nocturnal felines.

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6. Venice’s Iconic Grand Canal Turns Fluorescent Green

The tranquil blue-green waterways of Venice experienced a bizarre transformation recently when a patch of fluorescent green water emerged in the city’s Grand Canal. The unexpected color change, reported by residents near the famous Rialto Bridge, has prompted Venetian authorities to launch an immediate investigation.

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7. Meet Duke: The Newest Member of The San Francisco International Airport Team

Say hello to Duke Ellington Morris, the latest, and most charming member of San Francisco International Airport’s (SFO) Wag Brigade! This 14-year-old feline has been winning hearts and soothing souls, working as a therapy cat in California hospitals before now expanding his remit to travelers in need of some pre-flight relaxation.

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8. State Farm Halts New Home Insurance Sales in California Due to Wildfire Risks

In a move reflecting the dire effects of climate change, insurance behemoth State Farm recently announced a halt on new home insurance sales in California. Citing increased wildfire risks and skyrocketing construction costs, the company has stopped accepting applications for both business and personal lines property and casualty insurance as of May 27. However, existing auto insurance policies will remain unaffected.

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9. Dog Creates Mess in 20 Minutes That Takes Hours to Clean Up

In a whirlwind twenty minutes, Olive, an Ibizan Hound, managed to create a mess that would take hours to clean up. Coming home from her doggy daycare, Olive was left to her devices as her owner, Léa Gérard, attended to some chores upstairs. However, her playtime resulted in an explosion of bean bag filling strewn across the house.

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10. Penn State Dining Joins the Plant-Based Movement

Penn State Dining has declared a partnership with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) to nourish minds and bodies with an increase in plant-based dining hall options. By 2025, they aspire to have 35 percent of their entrees rooted in plants.

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