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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 88

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Forests are spreading across the rich world. “In 1990 28% of Spain was forested; now the proportion is 37%.” – Source

2. This guy went to an affluent SC high school but was secretly homeless. Now he’s 2 semesters from becoming his family’s first college graduate. – Source

3. A young Australian who died unexpectedly and donated his organs is being lauded in China, a country with few foreign donors. Phillip Hancock has changed five lives, helping two people to see again. – Source

4. Stranded fox rescued from the iceberg by fishermen who fed him Vienna sausages. – Source

5. French Football player Kylian Mbappé will donate everything he earns with the French NT to charity. He believes players don’t really need money to play for the National Team. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Against all odds, mountain gorilla numbers are on the rise. – Source

7. Students raise $2000 to send jolly janitor on vacation. – Source

8. New California redwood park created, larger than Muir Woods. – Source

9. 15-year-old signs into 64-year-old blind and deaf passenger’s hands to calm him on the plane ride. – Source

10. The University of Memphis won’t charge tuition to children of fallen soldiers. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. By 2050, renewables will supply 87% of electricity in Europe, 55% in the U.S., 62% in China and 75% in India. Fossil fuels are facing unprecedented challenges as the cost of renewables trends down often at double-digit rates while grid and local battery capacity ramps up to handle demand supply. – Source

12. Baby cow escapes slaughterhouse and is raised by deer family in a snowy forest. – Source

13. Huntington, WV has been able to cut its drug overdose rate in half since implementing a compassionate policy of checking up on survivors 72 hours after they overdose. – Source

14. Beloved McDonald’s worker with Down syndrome celebrates 30 years with the fast food company. – Source

15. 24-year-old Bilal Quintyne sees a woman stranded for 45 minutes because her wheelchair battery ran out of power and decides to push her all the way home. It was a 30-minute journey. – Source

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