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Today’s Solutions: July 19, 2024

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Denmark to pioneer CO2 tax on

Denmark to pioneer CO2 tax on farms in a global first

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL TEAM Denmark, a major pork and dairy exporter, is slated to become the first country to impose a carbon dioxide tax on livestock emissions beginning in 2030. This daring step intends to dramatically cut the agricultural sector's carbon footprint while also Read More...

Breakthrough in green hydrogen

Breakthrough in green hydrogen production: cobalt and water replace rare iridium

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL TEAM Hydrogen generation is frequently cited as a critical component in the shift to renewable energy. However, according to a paper published in Nature Energy by Kiane de Kleijne of Radboud University and Eindhoven University of Technology, the technique has Read More...

The science of ‘Dad Danc

The science of 'Dad Dancing': why you should let loose and celebrate your moves

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL STAFF Does everyone recall Prince William's youthful nightlife exploits? Now, let's fast forward to a viral video of Prince William at a Taylor Swift concert, his arms swinging energetically and his chest shimmying to the music. It's official: the heir to the Read More...

Chicago’s bike path expa

Chicago's bike path expansion keeps city on track for a sustainable future

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL STAFF Chicago is preparing to drastically improve its bicycle infrastructure, with plans to build about 47 miles of new bikeways in 2024 alone. This effort is part of a larger pledge to build 150 miles of new and enhanced bikeways over the next few years, Read More...

Pedestrian deaths show first d

Pedestrian deaths show first drop since pandemic, report reveals

THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL TEAM After reaching a 40-year peak in 2022, pedestrian fatalities in the United States have finally fallen. According to a survey released Wednesday by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), the incidence of pedestrian fatalities will decrease by 5.4 Read More...

Bid farewell to musty basemen

Bid farewell to musty basement smells for good

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL TEAM Musty basement odors can be unpleasant and uninviting, but most worryingly, they often indicate underlying moisture problems. Fortunately, identifying and removing the sources of these odors can transform your basement into a clean, inviting area. Here's how Read More...

What are sound baths? How anci

What are sound baths? How ancient practices can transform your modern life

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL STAFF Whether you're an experienced meditator or just starting out on your self-care path, including sound baths into your regimen could be the ideal method to relax and decrease anxiety. This ancient discipline, which makes use of sound waves from instruments Read More...

Migration of 6 million antelop

Migration of 6 million antelope in South Sudan is the largest land mammal movement on Earth

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL STAFF A thorough aerial study in South Sudan revealed a startling migration of six million antelope, establishing it as the world's greatest land mammal migration. This journey is more than double the size of the well-known annual 'great migration' between Read More...

The leading role your gut micr

The leading role your gut microbes play in stress resilience

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL TEAM The gut microbiome—the rich ecology of bacteria that live within us—emerged as a key focus in the study of mental and neurological disorders. Recent research indicates a strong link between the gut and mental health, shedding light on how our gut Read More...

Air pollution down 40%: a loo

Air pollution down 40%: a look at a pedestrianized Paris

BY THE OPTIMIST DAILY EDITORIAL TEAM Paris will seem very different from how it did ten years ago when the Summer Olympics roll around this summer. Since 2014, Mayor Anne Hidalgo has led a substantial makeover in Paris aimed at reducing vehicle dependence and encouraging greener urban living. Read More...