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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. Devastating Video Shows Dog’s Reaction to Finding Out “Fence Friend” Died

Every morning, Lily would get to say hello to her “fence friend” Butch. Lily’s human says the two dogs‘ morning greeting “was the best part of our morning walks.” Sadly, Butch recently passed away. A devastating TikTok video pays tribute to Bush and mourns the passing of the beloved “fence friend”. 

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2. “Morning Person” Husky Ready to Start the Day in Cute Video

Recently, TikTok user @lifewithsnowdogs posted an adorable video showing their foster husky and his “morning person” personality. Although Gelato is a foster dog who has experienced his fair share of troubles, the perky pup doesn’t let it stop him from seizing the day! The text overlay on the TikTok video reads “When only the foster dog is a morning person.”

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3. Boston Terrier Named Pokey Fakes Leg Injury in Funny Viral Video

A Boston Terrier named Pokey is going viral for her hilarious performance of an injury. Posted to the TikTok account @petitepokey, a video shows how Pokey pretends to have hurt her leg. The added text reveals she has faked the injury so “Mom will stay home from work.” However, more text overlay gives away her plan, revealing that the Boston Terrier has simply stepped on a leaf. 

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4. The Fascinating World of Hermit Crabs

When you stroll along the pristine shores of nearly any beach it’s easy to spot a hermit crab, its cute legs peeking out of a beautiful shell, making it one of the most endearing critters on the coastline. However, these charming creatures are not just about looks; they exhibit a range of intriguing behaviors that make them some of the coolest inhabitants of coastal ecosystems.

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5. Zoo Animals are Getting Seasonal Affective Disorder

Our circadian rhythm, which controls our 24-hour cycles, and is regulated by daily exposure to sunlight, plays a pivotal role in maintaining our overall well-being. However, as winter descends upon the northern hemisphere, bringing shorter days and diminished sunlight, this clock can falter, leading to a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD affects millions of individuals worldwide, causing lethargy, joylessness, and depression. Surprisingly, this phenomenon isn’t unique to humans. Circadian rhythms exist throughout the animal kingdom, impacting a wide range of species, including zoo animals.

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6. The Wisdom of Slowness: Lessons We Can Learn from Lazy Animals

Have you ever been called lazy? Well, that may not necessarily be a bad thing. Recently, researchers have been looking into the power of being “lazy”, the value in slowing down, and taking cues from nature’s laziest creatures, like the sloth. In our fast-paced, high-stress human lives, animals offer us valuable lessons in surviving and thriving by embracing a slower, more deliberate pace.

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7. Universal Music Group and Thrive Global Hold First Music and Health Conference!

In a groundbreaking event that brought together the worlds of music, science, health, and technology, Sir Lucian Grainge, Chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group (UMG), and Arianna Huffington, CEO of Thrive Global, hosted the inaugural Music and Health summit in Los Angeles. This conference marked a significant milestone in recognizing and harnessing the therapeutic and medical potential of music. This sheds light on its profound impact on our mental and physical well-being.

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8. Biden’s American Climate Corps is a New Path to Green Jobs and a Greener Future

The White House has just unveiled an exciting new initiative that’s set to make a big impact on both job seekers and our planet. It’s called the American Climate Corps, and it’s all about creating green jobs and addressing climate change head-on.

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9. World Leaders Miss UN Climate Summit Amid Escalating Climate Crisis

As the world faces a looming climate catastrophe in what could be the hottest year on record, the UN’s Climate Ambition Summit convened by Secretary-General António Guterres has drawn more than 100 national governments to New York. These nations are expected to present renewed climate action plans and strategies to combat global warming while adapting to its consequences.

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10. US Environmental Agency Offers $4.6 Billion Grants to Slash Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a call for proposals, inviting state, local, and tribal governments to vie for $4.6 billion in grants. These grants are geared towards implementing climate action plans aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, a pivotal step in the battle against climate change.

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Wake Up Climate change Is Real by Tiny Rescue: Climate Collection

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