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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 154

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Italy is to become the first country in the world in which the study of climate change will be made compulsory in schools. Under a new law, all state schools will dedicate around an hour a week to sustainability and climate change issues from the beginning of the next academic year. – Source

2. “Jeopardy!” champion donates more than $10,000 to the cancer center in honor of Alex Trebek. – Source

3. Candice Payne, the 34-year-old Chicago realtor who rented hotel rooms for dozens of the city’s homeless during the recent polar vortex, said she found her calling through the experience. – Source

4. “Democracy is awesome”: Former Syrian refugees vote as Canadian citizens for the first time. – Source

5. A WWII veteran got his high school diploma at 95. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Solar costs drop by 7%. – Source

7. Colin Kaepernick feeds, supplies homeless for his 32nd birthday. – Source

8. Hundreds of Oklahoma inmates to be freed, the largest mass release in the US history. – Source

9. Mom from viral overdose photo is now three years sober! – Source

10. 310-year-old violin returned to the owner after the £250,000 instrument was left on a train. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Metallica pledges $200,000 to aid wildfire relief efforts in California. – Source

12. College student nails half-court shot for free tuition. –  Source

13. Budapest declares a climate emergency, aims to go carbon neutral. – Source

14. Renewables meet 50% of electricity demand on Australia’s power grid for the first time. – Source

15. A millennial with thousands in student loans earn $7,500 award for being DC Teacher-of-the-Year. Uses 2/3 of it to start a scholarship for students in his school.- Source

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