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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. Adorable Video Shows Westie Ready to Go to College with His Human!

An adorable TikTok video shows just how much our dogs can love us. Posted by @_badgalmimi_, the video shows a West Highland Terrier, or Westie, named Boo who is ready to go off to college!

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2. Goldendoodle and Cleaner BFFs Shown in Viral Video

Skrapie the Goldendoodle lives with his human, ESPN host Skubie Mageza, in an apartment building in Connecticut. Skrapie has lived there since he was a puppy. During that time he developed a very special friendship. The Goldendoodle is best friends with the building’s cleaning lady. 

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3. Dog Saved from Slaughter Becomes Newsweek Pet of the Week

Betty, a five-year-old golden retriever and Irish setter mix, has a story of resilience and transformation. Rescued from a slaughter truck in China at just four months old, she faced a grim fate. She was emaciated and plagued with numerous health issues, but her owner, Bonny Osterman, was determined to give her a second chance at life.

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4. Over 50 Dogs, Most with Special Needs, Saved from Horrifying Conditions at Arizona “Rescue”

An Arizona woman is being charged with 110 counts of animal abuse and cruelty after dozens of dogs were removed from horrifying conditions at her home. The woman is also being charged with one count of vulnerable elder abuse. Police have identified the individual as April McLaughlin. However, it appears that the individual went by several aliases, further complicating the case. Authorities were alerted to conditions at the property after several reports were made about conditions at the home. During the raid, officers were forced to don hazmat suits due to the squalid condition of the property where 55 dogs, most with special needs, were kept. 

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5. XL Bully Advocate Attacked by Dog

In the Tettenhall area of Wolverhampton, a passionate advocate for XL Bully dogs found himself on the receiving end of a brutal attack. Ben Cźyżyk, a 38-year-old married father of three, was mauled by one of these powerful dogs after he politely asked the owner to bring the unleashed animal under control. This tragic incident, occurring just days after Mr. Czyzyk had posted on social media about dog aggression, highlights the complex issue surrounding XL Bully breeds and the urgent need for responsible ownership and regulation.

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6. Smuggling of Wild Animals Persists in the Balkan Region

The illicit trade of wild and rare animals remains a pressing issue in the Balkan region, as evidenced by a recent incident in northern Serbia. On September 21, 2023, a lion cub was discovered wandering on a local road near Subotica, a town situated near the Hungarian border. This incident sheds light on the pervasive problem of wildlife smuggling in the region, as well as the dire circumstances faced by these majestic creatures.

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7. Moroccan Wedding Saves Lives During Earthquake

A young Moroccan couple’s wedding plans were disrupted by a devastating earthquake that struck their hometown. What initially appeared to be an unfortunate twist of fate ultimately saved the lives of all the wedding guests.

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8. Twitter’s Struggle with Climate change Misinformation

A recent report, titled “The Climate of Misinformation,” conducted by Climate Action Against Disinformation, sheds light on the state of misinformation policies on major tech platforms. Among these platforms, Twitter, recently rebranded as “X,” has come under scrutiny, receiving the lowest score on the report’s 21-point scorecard.

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9. Richard Branson Unveils Planetary Guardians to Tackle Climate change

On September 23, 2023, Sir Richard Branson, the renowned British entrepreneur and billionaire, unveiled his latest mission at the United Nations General Assembly in New York: combating climate change. Branson introduced “Planetary Guardians,” a coalition comprised of 14 world leaders who are taking a united approach to safeguarding Earth.

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10. Canada’s Expanding Presence in Latin America Raises Environmental Concerns

Canada’s increasing involvement in Latin America over the past three decades has undoubtedly contributed to economic growth in the region. However, this presence has also raised significant environmental and human rights concerns. As the United Nations prepares for a periodic review of Canada’s environmental and human rights record in Latin America, activist groups are urging accountability for the lack of regulations and oversight surrounding Canadian investments.

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