Today’s Solutions: May 29, 2024
The Optimist Daily Update
The Optimist Daily Update
"Sounds Right" Recognized Nature as Musician and Germany's Solar Balcony Revolution
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This week’s uplifting news:

Karissa gets excited about Sounds Right, a ground-breaking initiative from the Museum for the United Nations – UN Live, that seeks to recognize nature as a featured artist on streaming services such as Spotify, not only giving credit where credit is due, but also funneling royalties and donations to conservation projects in fragile ecosystems all across the world. Then, Arielle sheds light on the solar balcony revolution gaining traction in Germany, a movement that pushes us to use as much space and infrastructure as we can to generate clean energy.

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