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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. Animals Rescued In Kherson Oblast After Dam Destruction

In the heart of Ukraine’s Kherson Oblast, a remarkable story unfolds. It’s a tale of bravery and compassion ignited by the devastating destruction of the Kakhovka Dam, and our furry friends are at its center.

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2. 300 Animals At Kazkova Dibrova Zoo Drown After Dam Explosion

Following the dam blast in Ukraine triggered a flood that claimed an unexpected victim – the beloved Kazkova Dibrova zoo. Home to an array of wildlife, including monkeys, donkeys, and horses, this vibrant oasis was transformed overnight into a devastating aquatic grave for approximately 300 animals.

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3. Nestle Promotes Sustainable Coffee Farming With Cash Incentives

In a push to promote sustainable farming, Nestle is launching an exciting new initiative to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The global food giant is offering cash incentives to coffee farmers who employ eco-friendly farming methods. This is part of Nestle’s commitment to halve its coffee business’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

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4. New ABC Documentary Raises Questions About Our Affection For Dolphins

What if our affection for dolphins is actually causing them harm? The latest ABC documentary, ‘Dolphins: Is Our Love Too Deep?’ raises this alarming question, revealing the unpleasant truth behind dolphin feeding programs. The revealing film has reignited public calls for action, leading to a fresh campaign by Action for Dolphins, a non-profit organization committed to protecting dolphins worldwide.

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5. Crocodile In Costa Rica Has First ‘Virgin Birth’

For 16 years, a female American saltwater crocodile lived a solitary existence in a Costa Rican wildlife park. That was until one day, a startling 14 eggs were discovered in her enclosure. Living devoid of a mate, this astute creature made headlines by achieving what scientists call parthenogenesis, or a “virgin birth”.

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6. Taco Bell Introduces Vegan Crunchwrap In Three Cities

Calling all vegans, vegetarians, and food enthusiasts! In a delicious development for fast-food sustainability, Taco Bell is testing a vegan version of its popular Crunchwrap. This delectable innovation, boasting plant-based beef and cheese, will be available in Los Angeles, New York, and Orlando for a limited period.

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7. Whole Neighborhood Shows Up For Mellow The Dog’s Last Walk

They say dogs are a man’s best friend, but in Dupont, Pennsylvania, Mellow the rescue pup was more than that – he was the whole town’s beloved companion.

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8. Puerto Rico’s Only Elephant To Be Relocated to Elephant Sanctuary in Georgia

Puerto Rico recently witnessed an event that created ripples of emotions across the island. Mundi, the prized African elephant and the star attraction of the Puerto Rico Zoo for 35 years, was to be relocated to a vast elephant sanctuary in southern Georgia. But when the time came, Mundi displayed an unexpected fear of the transport crate meant to carry her to her new home.

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9. Chef of Plant-Based Oyster Oyster Wins ‘Outstanding Chef’ at James Beard Award

In an industry often known for its extravagant use of meat and poultry, Washington-based Chef Rob Rubba’s vegan-focused cuisine has carved its own niche, earning him the “Outstanding Chef” title at the prestigious James Beard awards.

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10. Oatly Unveils New Plant-Based Cream Cheese in the U.S.

The international oat milk titan, Oatly Group AB, just got creamier! This month, grocery shelves across the U.S. will feature Oatly’s latest delectable plant-based product, a dairy-free cream cheese. With its innovative new offerings in Plain and Chive & Onion flavors, Oatly once again proves the power of oats and their potential in crafting scrumptious, sustainable food alternatives.

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