Hopescrolling: The good news timeline

Matt Wright

Matt Wright

The good news timeline

  • September

    22nd September

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    Six young individuals, aged 11 to 24, are taking the world’s largest climate legal action at the European Court of Human Rights. They seek to compel 32 nations to intensify emissions reductions due to their experiences in the 2017 Leiria wildfires, which claimed 66 lives and devastated 20,000 hectares of forest.

    (The Guardian)

    22nd September


    15 Earthshot finalists were announced at New York Climate Week, including Acción Andina – co-founded by our Ecologi partner Global Forest Generation, as well as ECOAN. Find out more about the Ecologi supported reforestation project in South America here.


    1st September 

    Denmark has pledged to donate around $22 million to Brazil’s Amazon Fund, in order to fight deforestation. The announcement was made this month by the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation and Global Climate Policy, Dan Jorgensen, along with his Brazilian counterpart, the Environment Minister Marina Silva.


    1st September 

    The return of the takahē, a flightless bird standing around 50cm, to the mountains of the South Island has marked a big conservation victory in New Zealand. Eighteen of the birds were released in the Lake Whakatipu Waimāori valley, onto alpine slopes that they hadn’t roamed for the last 100 years.

    (The Guardian)

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