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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. Irvine Woman Arrested for Animal Abuse After Dogs Found with Snouts Taped Shut

In a disturbing incident in Irvine, California, a local woman was apprehended by the Irvine Police Department on counts of felony animal abuse. The arrest came after a concerned neighbor reported hearing dogs whimpering and noticed their snouts taped shut, sparking a broader conversation about animal welfare and responsible pet ownership.

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2. Local Artists Protest Against Pollution Problem in Congo

In the vibrant capital city of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kinshasa, an annual arts festival known as the KinAct Festival is painting the town green, quite literally. Congolese artists don incredible costumes crafted from trash, morphing their city’s streets into a striking tableau of activism. This spectacular act addresses not just the aesthetic potential of waste but also the escalating pollution problem in Kinshasa.

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3. Wolverine Sighting: A Win For Californian Conservation

In a thrilling twist for wildlife enthusiasts and conservationists alike, a wolverine has been spotted in Northern California. This rare sighting marks just the second instance of the elusive creature’s appearance in the area since it was believed to have gone extinct over a century ago. This phenomenon kindles a spark of optimism for the state’s biodiversity and inspires us all to play our part in nature Conservation.

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4. 3 Major Companies Pay $1 Billion in Settlement For Contaminating Water With Forever Chemicals

In a substantial victory for environmental sustainability, three chemical giants—Chemours, DuPont, and Corteva—have agreed to pay over $1 billion to settle lawsuits over the contamination of public U.S. water systems with “forever chemicals.” This news not only represents a significant move towards accountability but also underlines the importance of businesses taking proactive measures for environmental stewardship.

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5. Chinese Actresses Harassed For Speaking Out Against Influencer Who Posted Himself Torturing Cats

Recently, beloved Chinese actresses Zhang Xinyu and Zhao Lusi have become the targets of online harassment after expressing their opposition to animal abuse. This incident, along with recent controversial animal cruelty cases, has stirred a great deal of emotion and a renewed demand for stronger legislation against animal cruelty.

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6. Tourist Gets Dangerously Close to Bison For A Selfie

Venturing out to Yellowstone National Park offers a wild feast for the eyes. Its picturesque landscapes are dotted with magnificent wildlife like bison. However, there’s been a recent surge in some park-goers testing boundaries for a selfie moment, posing severe risks to both themselves and the animals. A recent incident involving a woman getting dangerously close to a bison in the park’s Biscuit Basin in May underscores the pressing need for awareness and safety.

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7. Sequel to The Game Changers’ Confirmed

Plant-based diets have gained momentum, thanks to a paradigm shift driven by the compelling documentary, “The Game Changers”. Announcing a sequel, Uninterrupted, a brand within The SpringHill Company, founded by LeBron James and Maverick Carter, is poised to dig deeper into this nutritional revolution.

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8. Mailman Befriends Neighborhood Dogs with Adorable Handmade Gifts

The age-old rivalry between dogs and mailmen is being beautifully amended in a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland, thanks to the crafty efforts of a local mailman. This charming narrative of mutual respect and goodwill was shared by Shayne Brock on her TikTok channel @goth_pack, melting hearts as it went viral.

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9. Pro Climber Alexander Megos Gives Insight Into His Plant-Based Lifestyle

Being a rock climber means having to stay physically fit, mentally strong, and nutritionally balanced. World-renowned rock climber Alexander Megos has cracked the code, and it lies in his vegan lifestyle. Recently, Megos has given us an insight into his kitchen, showing us that a plant-based diet can fuel extreme physical endeavors while keeping our planet’s health in mind.

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10. Shelter Cat Adopted on Third Attempt Warms Hearts On TikTok

Everyone loves a good redemption story, and this one features an adorable black cat finding her forever home on her third attempt. This touching tale, shared by TikTok user @catsmeow106, has warmed hearts and amassed over 1.5 million views, proving once again that love can conquer all.

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