If you’re after a midweek mood boost, then you’ve come to the right place, as we bring you three more positive headline makers right now in this week’s installment of The Good News Week.
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First this week on Gizmodo, to the news that Scotland is on track to have totally renewable energy systems in place by the end of the year, according to findings in a new report from the environmental organization Scottish Renewables. Read more of their findings here.
BACK TO NATURE
On a similarly environmental note this week, The Independent reports that the German government has announced this week that 62 disused military bases are to be turned back to nature reserves for eagles, woodpeckers, bats and beetles. More on this story here.
A UNIQUE INVENTION TO CHANGE LIVES
Finally this week, on Intelligent Living, to Canada, where two high school students from Montreal have just been awarded a prize at the Canada-Wide Science Fair for inventing a unique solution for those who are homeless to provide them with emergency shelter. See their creation here.