We are often bombarded with fear-mongering and shocking headlines that make us feel that the world is falling apart.

However, while it’s important to report on problems and issues, I believe there is so much good in this world that it needs to be found and promoted just as widely.

Because of that, I started The Happy Broadcast. It's an anti-venom to the vitriolic rhetoric that pervades our media. Also, this year, I’ve illustrated even more happy news than in 2018.

We need more positive news to acknowledge that the world is actually getting better little by little.

More info: Instagram

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Rose the Cook
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9 months ago

Child marriage should not be tolerated anywhere.

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When I'm working on The Happy Broadcast, I try to pick news that has an international appeal and touches themes like animal rights, climate change and science. News that shows how much we’re progressing on many fronts despite being often bombarded with few-mongering headlines.

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Ania O
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9 months ago

This should have way more upvotes!

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Marc
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9 months ago

Yet big parts of the Rainforest are burning these days...

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I think there are many reasons why negative news is dominating the media. It's like a sudden disaster a, it's more compelling than, for example, little improvements. Bad things can happen quickly, but good things aren’t built in a day, and as they unfold, they're out of sync with the news cycle.

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Nea
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9 months ago

This must make many people happy due to one act. Lovely initiative.

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Raine Soo
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9 months ago

I had read about this in the news earlier this year. Good job, mate!

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Marc
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9 months ago

Thank you Norway!

Tine Tennessen
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9 months ago

Yes, thank you Norway!!!!

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Siobhan Irwin
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9 months ago

Norway you magical bastards, you give me hope.

Jeff Requier
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9 months ago

But the US has started drilling there instead

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Dylan Blum
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9 months ago

Unfortunately, probably not as positive as one might hope: Instead they're going to Drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight, and Australia is going to pay for it whilst the Norwegians keep the profit. Note that 85% of Great Australian Bight marine life is found nowhere else on earth.

Kate Allsopp
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9 months ago

thank you for this info - grim though it is.

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Louise Stange-Wahl
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9 months ago

Why oh why do we let know-nothing. no-caring politicians get away with so much. It is disgusting and getting worse. I contribute to the organizations who actively support our environment and all our fellow creatures on Earth. I salute the countries who pass the laws, and take a stand. Right now, Earth is the only planet we have! We have to protect her.

Kleeve Reynhardt
Community Member
9 months ago

Alas, they're pushing ahead for oil drilling in the Great Australian Bight in a very sensitive marine ecological system. Any mishap would be absolutely disastrous to thousands of square kilometres of ocean and shoreline.

Ian Carter
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9 months ago

well done Norway now if you could stop killing Wales that would be great!!

Deirdre Doyle
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9 months ago

Whales, Wales is part of the U.K.

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Foxxy
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9 months ago

That is awesome news, hopefully it stays that way.

Alice Teasdale
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9 months ago

But dammit Norway's equinor still wants to drill in the Great Australian Bight, just as pristine and threatened

Aless White
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9 months ago

They have to be the ultimate NIMBYs!!! (Not In My Backyard for those who don't know!)

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Emkoshka
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9 months ago

Yes, but Norway now wants to drill for oil and gas off the coast of southern Australia. No thank you, Norway.

Belinda Matson
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9 months ago

WTF? SUPER unimpressed if they're protecting their own land while raping mine. Having said that... we can't stop our corrupt politicians handing an infamous Indian company a coal mining licence in Queensland. Cause we aren't the lucky country anymore, we're the greedy country.

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Loki’s Lil Butter Knife
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9 months ago

Thank you, Norway for protecting one of the most pristinely beautiful ecosystems!

Jonathon Broughton
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9 months ago

Apart from culling whales…

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Denise Lovric
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9 months ago

Good for that region but shame and hypocrisy that a Norwegian company thinks it is OK to detonate and drill in the Great Australian Bight

Karen Drimer
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9 months ago

It is a shame that they have no such sensitivity regarding the Great Australian Bight where Equinor plans to drill....

Vincent Pled
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9 months ago

So they plan to drill in the Australian Bight instead. One of the cleanest and purest places on earth far from their homeland and news headlines. Total hypocrisy.

Amanda Clark
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9 months ago

Yeah, they've decided to destroy Australia's ecosystem instead and drill for oil on our coast. Norway can get stuffed. They've also ignored pleas for decades to stop whaling and never had.

Mary rob
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9 months ago

By sadly, Norway is about to start oil and gas drilling in the pristine marine environment, The Great Australian Bight.

Yolanda Skye
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9 months ago

However they are planning to drill in Australian waters 😡

Bonni Yeatman
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9 months ago

Instead it wants to drill in the great Australian bight a pristine whale nursery in the southern ocean

David Milne
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9 months ago

There's often two sides to every story. In this week's news Norwegian energy company Equinor was given environmental approval to drill for oil in Australia's environmentally sensitive Bight. This is an authoritative news source. https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/dec/18/great-australian-bight-norwegian-energy-company-given-environmental-approval-to-drill-for-oil

Catherine Nash
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9 months ago

Now they need not to drill off the coast of Australia.

Kath O'Donnell
Community Member
9 months ago

Shame the can’t be said for their disregard for the pristine Great Australian Bight. Seems their ecosystem, because it’s in their back yard is safe

Mar Ice
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9 months ago

Instead they deciced to drill in the great Australian bight.....

Margaret Alexander
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9 months ago

They decided to drill in the Great Australian Bight instead ☹️

Alex Abrahams
Community Member
9 months ago

But Equinor what about South Australia's ecosystems? #fightforthebight

Kim O'brien
Community Member
9 months ago

But drills in the Great Australian Bight instead and screws up Australian eco-systems

Mooncut
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9 months ago

Save the planet :D

Otilia Penczak
Community Member
9 months ago

I hope our President should join this great idea to protect our environment....

Geri Stevens
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9 months ago

He's YOUR president---not OURS.

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Leon Gamble
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9 months ago

Lofoten Islands are some of the most beautiful places

Gaby Redin
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9 months ago

I'm starting to love this country...

Ino Villarreal
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8 months ago

❤️

Vince Panto
Community Member
8 months ago

And this

Elizabeth Gardner
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9 months ago

Bless you Norway we have to protect what we have in this world.

Ray Stroud
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9 months ago

Good news - still doesn't offset their continued whaling which they increased by 28% last year.

Ray Stroud
Community Member
9 months ago

Good news which foes unreported. Good for them - pity they announced a 28% increase in Norway's self-awarded annual whaling quota.

Reece Cavero
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9 months ago

Thank you mate!

Jo Choto
Community Member
9 months ago

I visited the Lofoten islands in 2017. So beautiful. How fabulous that they are protected.

Gaye Batt
Community Member
9 months ago

Drilling in Australia instead

Janine Cahill
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9 months ago

Brilliant Norway! How come you plan to drill in the pristine Great Australian Bight! Please change your minds!

Nancy Kosola
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9 months ago

God Bless the smart Norwegians💕👍🏼

Patrick De Montbrun
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9 months ago

Wonderful idea but keeps the oil producers in the drivers seat.....

Una Fester
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9 months ago

Love it!

Renée Guercia
Community Member
9 months ago

Fantastic

Debbie Scott
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9 months ago

Now there's a company leading the way for the rest of the world.

Katharine Holland
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9 months ago

Respect!

Marcella Jager
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9 months ago

If only Canada would follow suit

Salanieta Koro
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9 months ago

THANK YOU NORWAY! OMG

Rose Fagan
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9 months ago

Not always about the almighty dollars

Don Flynn
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9 months ago

all of the money in the world will mean nothing of it all goes to crap

Susan Henry
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9 months ago

Great news

Janice Fitzpatrick
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9 months ago

Way to go!! Can we all take note and follow this example!!

Lynne Bullock
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9 months ago

Isn't it wonderful that some politicians can see beyond the dollars and cents and look at what we are doing to our world.

Aleksander Rodrigues
Community Member
9 months ago

não fizeram mais que sua obrigação

Selim Kazok
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9 months ago

Keeping on drilling everywhere else?

Christina Uhlir
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9 months ago

Apparently so, Selim.

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Sally Spelbring
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9 months ago

THANK YOU

Oleg Budeanu
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9 months ago

Russia will do it instead :D

Julia Merkel
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9 months ago

The rest of the world would do itself great lengths to emulate Norway, in this issue.

Thea Hanrath
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9 months ago

O wow sense over money

Bev Kenny
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9 months ago

Fantastic news!,

Bev Kenny
Community Member
9 months ago

This is amazing news!!

Kieran Kolle
Community Member
9 months ago

Well, we are opening a bunch of other New Oil fields, so don't worry.

Julia Huckabone
Community Member
9 months ago

Hmm great news except I’ve just signed a petition against the Norwegian oil companies that are currently planning to drill in a very precious ecosystem here in Australia - The Great Australian Bight.

Julia Huckabone
Community Member
9 months ago

Hmmm, great news except that there are currently Norwegian oil companies planning to drill for oil off the coast of Sydney, which will be detrimental to our sea life 😔

Cathy Fingleton
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9 months ago

I think they are planning to drill the Great Australian Bite instead. A place that of great beauty and inhospitable seas due to Rich’s and high winds called the roaring 40’s. An oil spill there would be catastrophic for the unique wildlife of the region.

Andres Hernandez Alende
Community Member
9 months ago

But that's not enough. We have to stop drilling all over the world, not just in the Lofoten Islands, and make the change to renewable energy. All of us. Every single car, every single factory, every single building, every single house. And to do that, governments have to show and implement the political will and courage they currently are not showing Otherwise, you'll have to broadcast your happy news from some refuge surrounded by the tides of rising sea level.

Linda DeBaker Mucha Thomas
Community Member
9 months ago

My ancestral land! Praise to you Norway!!!

Monica Hellweg
Community Member
9 months ago

If only we were so smart! Meanwhile, Trump wants to sell Alaskan Forests for oil drilling!

Santiago Paestor
Community Member
9 months ago

but still deep in amazonian forests! i hope this changes soon too!

John Grivas
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9 months ago (edited)

That's all very well, but their companies drill elsewhere - like in Australia!!! https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/nov/11/norway-set-to-gain-more-from-drilling-in-great-australian-bight-than-australia

John Grivas
Community Member
9 months ago

That's not true ... their companies just drill elsewhere ... https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2019/nov/11/norway-set-to-gain-more-from-drilling-in-great-australian-bight-than-australia

Kylie Anderson
Community Member
9 months ago

Yes but they ARE trying to drill oil in the Great Australian Bight instead. So fuck those guys.

Ericka Hamburg
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9 months ago

now they need to stop killing whales

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
9 months ago

Bless you Norway, you have set a great example, other countries can do the same, money, does not bring happiness, especially if there was destruction, from a possible spill !!!

Sarita Brown
Community Member
9 months ago

Thank you Norway!!!!

Sugar Cakes
Community Member
9 months ago

They can expect the USA to start sniffing around at any time. Prefer for anti-norwegian propaganda!

Joy Borrello
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9 months ago

❤❤❤❤

Jamie Sermon
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9 months ago

Good news. If only they would also stop the barbaric dolphin slaughter.

Linda Hasselstrom
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9 months ago

If only the U.S. were a little more like Norway, to choose protection of fragile ecosystems over profit. And we could all help by driving less, choosing cars with higher gas mileage per gallon, and voting for people who believe in these choices.

Johan Lorentzen
Community Member
9 months ago

Great

donna taylor
Community Member
9 months ago

can Norway (Equinor) now not drill in the Great Australian Bight to protect that ecosystem

Jennifer Killin
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9 months ago

If only they would agree not to hunt whales...

Jennifer Killin
Community Member
9 months ago

Now if they would agree not to hunt whales...

Coralie Pope
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9 months ago

SO INSTEAD THEY TARGET THE AUSTRALIAN BIGHT. NO THANKS NORWAY!

Marg Smith
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9 months ago

Wonderful news

Mark Stitt
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9 months ago

good news

Tom Batsios
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9 months ago

From fortune: This year, Norway is forecast to drill 130 wells—an uptick of 16% compared to 2018—with 55 of those wells for "exploration drilling", or drilling for fresh sources of oil, according to Rystad Energy, an Oslo-based consultancy. They just drill near our shores.

Julie Lynch
Community Member
9 months ago

Good on you Norway and thank you

Peta Culverhouse
Community Member
9 months ago

Norway should not be looking at drilling in the Great Australian Bight. It's a NIMBY situation.

Kirsten Lunoe
Community Member
9 months ago

But they are trying to drill in the Australian Bite instead..

William Thorp
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9 months ago

Way to go Norway. You guys rock!

Gail Salmon
Community Member
9 months ago

Good News Article.

Sylvia Peet
Community Member
9 months ago

That's good but can they please stop trying to drill in the Great Australian Bight, we don;t want them damaging our ecosystems either!

Joanne Smalley
Community Member
9 months ago

The Lofoten Islands are amazingly magnificent! Well done, Norway!!!

Vivien Counsell Mitchell
Community Member
9 months ago

Good decision Norway! Well done!

Douglas Carter-taylor
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9 months ago

*America* "Sounds like Norway needs some Freedom.

Ian Taggart
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9 months ago

It's not that hard anymore since petroleum is being replaced by plant based products more and more.

Sas Landy
Community Member
9 months ago

@fightforthebight

Anne Perrone
Community Member
9 months ago

priorities...not just about money ! do we have what it takes, i.e. courage!

Emile Jansen
Community Member
9 months ago

they don't mind drilling in the Great Australian Bight, though

Janie Stroschin
Community Member
9 months ago

Bravo Norway !

Maria Rohlen
Community Member
9 months ago

Now, stop killing the wales!

Yvonne Gate
Community Member
9 months ago

!Muy bien, Norway!!

CincyReds
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9 months ago

This makes me so very happy!

Debbie Poler
Community Member
9 months ago

Yes?? Then they drill elsewhere...

Deborah Brudnak
Community Member
9 months ago

Wow.

sh
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9 months ago

Florida needs to take note.

Irene Fluit
Community Member
9 months ago

Way to go Norway!!

Bud Dreas
Community Member
9 months ago

How about that...finally an oil rich nation that actually cares about the ecosystem...even if it costs billions...that's class

Not what you think.
Community Member
9 months ago

Freedom coming to Norway in 3....2....

Barry Conio
Community Member
9 months ago

that's so daft, think of the much larger good they could do with all that money and surely with today's modern safety methods they could drill without damaging the ecosystem

Mark Plumridge
Community Member
9 months ago

Norway is just about the ideal country!! I hope they do away with whaling and toxic salmon farming off our coast!

Sue Clifford
Community Member
9 months ago

Listen up America be one of the good guys.

Kjorn
Community Member
9 months ago

we'll see in a few years when their other oïl rig would be deplated if they would still not drill… easy now since they have lot of oïl.

Ute Kowert
Community Member
9 months ago

I am from Germany but I am so, so proud of Norway!

Jennifer Hayden
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9 months ago

You just have to love Norway and it’s forward thinking.

Marie Cederman
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9 months ago

👍

Lissa Ramnath
Community Member
9 months ago

And that's why Scandinavia is one of the most pristine groups of countries to live in.. they care about their environment and they act. Good on you Norway!

Ian Bodey
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9 months ago

Now they can stop killing Dolphins.....

Carmen Maree
Community Member
9 months ago

So is this the same Norwegian company trying to get permits to drill in the Great Australia bight ????

Zaheen Muhammad
Community Member
9 months ago

Hats off, Norway!!

Suzanne Cavalier-Dorsett
Community Member
9 months ago

awwesome

Tarni Grace
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9 months ago

so A norwegian company decides Australia needs offshore oil platforms, don't want to mess up their own backyard but happy to come and trash ours

Gay Abarbanell
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9 months ago

I am so thankful that somewhere they care about our planet!

Jonathon Broughton
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9 months ago

And yet Norway announces 1500 whales to be culled.

Marlene Ricker
Community Member
9 months ago

Norway is setting a great example!

Vincent Ingram
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9 months ago

Pardon my cynicism - when it is the last reserve left, American will engage in a 'freedom from Socialist Tyranny action' and funnily enough the drilling will commence.

Laura Osborne
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9 months ago

Well done Norway. Other countries - take note.

Ivan Axelson
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9 months ago

A nation that cares

Victoria Greenlee
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9 months ago

The Scandinavian countries are far ahead of most of the world when it comes to the environment and empathy for both animals and people.

Roberta Goodin
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9 months ago

Absolutely thinking of the entire planet! Thank you!

Genevieve Gentile
Community Member
9 months ago

Yes. Thank you Norway

Carol Tocci
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9 months ago

They have a museum dedicated to Oil Drilling, it's so much a part of their economy. so to do this is a tremendous commitment. Bravo!

Samantha Kerr Hurwitz
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9 months ago

Go Norway! This makes me want to put visiting you on the top of my travel bucket list!

Tiari
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9 months ago

They still drill for oil, people, even without these 16 billion barrels, they have over 30 billion left elsewhere.

nala simba
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9 months ago

Hurray!

Lady Marmalade
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9 months ago

I love norway, so beautiful and so kind

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
9 months ago

Norway, my hero, fantastic news, let's hear the same from other countries !!!

Linda Hobart
Community Member
9 months ago

Fabulous decision!

Bev Hocking
Community Member
9 months ago

And yet a northern European company wants to drill for oil in the southern ocean...Great Australian Bight🙄

Krisztián Kerényi
Community Member
9 months ago

of course not, it will be worth muh much more in later years

Sarawyn
Community Member
9 months ago

Yay!! I love to hear things like this!

Diane Joines
Community Member
9 months ago

Someone is smart, brave, and wise! What happened to example in United States!

Laura Baldwin
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9 months ago

Setting a brilliant example to the rest of the world, but will other countries follow or put money first?

Kushala Prem
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9 months ago

Now they need to stop their proposal to drill in the Australian Bight!

Lou Lou Woodbury
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9 months ago

The very educated and smart Norway!

Andrea Worthington
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9 months ago

The Lofoten Islands are beautiful. Thank you Norway!

Roxy Eastland
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9 months ago

Norway have an exit plan to move over from oil, which is where their current wealth has come from. It is an admirable move.

Avantia Damberg
Community Member
9 months ago

That's amazing, really

Bert Alexandersson
Community Member
9 months ago

Thank god for Norway . I am lucky to be 30% Norwegian and very proud .

Robin Turtle
Community Member
9 months ago

great

Suzan Woychuk
Community Member
9 months ago

Finally, a government gets it!

Lynne Bullock
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9 months ago

WOW! Why can't Canada see the wisdom in this?

Donna Hand
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9 months ago

WTG NORWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jools Stevenson
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9 months ago

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

Diana Hockley
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9 months ago

At last, some common sense!

AMYAH MINOTT-STARLING
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9 months ago

im gonna cry omg yay

Merilyn Horton
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9 months ago

Nice to see a country with morals.

Analyn Lahr
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9 months ago

Yay Norway!

Marjorie Willcox
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9 months ago

A noble act!

Nymphadora Tonks
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9 months ago

Thank you, Norway, indeed!

Solbjorg Daubner
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9 months ago

Once again, Norway does the right thing.

Chris Jones
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9 months ago

Apart from the Whaling.

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Ann Slaunwhite
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9 months ago

Heia Norge

Francesco Dondi
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9 months ago

That's silly. In every state where there is reasonable democracy (so not the US, but definitely Norway), oil extraction has proven over and over it CAN be a way of sustaining the local community more environmentally friendly than most other. It's just that usually governments are just as greedy as oil companies and are fine with suppressing the locals' concerns with police violence.

Yancy Naughton
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9 months ago

for now

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Didn’t stop me from drilling you sister in the loft though😂

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Until supplies get low

Porto DaMartinica
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kanskje det

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As humans, we have this thing called “negative bias” that make us respond quicker to bad or dangerous situations. Nowadays, this bias is getting in the way of our happiness and well-being, and even our productivity because most of the narrative surrounding us (print, online or mobile) is that the “world is ending".

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Foxxy
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9 months ago

Wow, that is a huge rise. Fantastic efforts.

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9 months ago

It is getting more and more common in some countries and supermarkets. Loose fruits and vegetables and also non-perfect ones. It's a good trend!

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More funding is needed for stem cell research. They have already discovered some incredible ways stem cells can help with paralysis and other movement disorders etc. Imagine what else they can discover.

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I think we should find a balance between negative and positive news. From politics to climate change and economy, negative and bad news surrounds us everywhere we go. A potential solution could be to limit the amount of bad news, basically slow down our personal news cycle, adding some positive news to our “news diet” to make sure that our outlook on the world is more optimistic. Also, it's very important to invest time to deal with misinformation and the reliability of news sources.

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Magpie
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9 months ago

Ducks will also be providing some fertilizer. Win Win

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Marc
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9 months ago

That is amazing! The Netherlands are an amazing example when it comes to society and community. We all can learn from them!

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Lucas
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9 months ago

Every country needs to do that - and stop whaling.

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Nea
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9 months ago

Steps like these show the power of the State in achieving large scale sustainable results if there is a will.

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Sonja
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9 months ago

Oh...thats sooo sweet, that should be everywhere..

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Marc
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9 months ago

That is especially important in the fight against so called puppy mills.

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9 months ago

Or buzz stops, as they should now be known.

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Marc
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9 months ago

It's sad that in 2019 equal pay has to be enforced. It should be just normal... should.

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Sonja
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9 months ago

Oooh.love this...why it is not everywhere...

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Pamela24
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9 months ago

I love this picture! So cute!

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Full Name
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9 months ago

This is a great contrast to all the negativity we hear about women's value in India.

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Raine Soo
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9 months ago

Thank you, thank you, thank you! The bees thank you, and I thank you.

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Magpie
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9 months ago

I have always hated circuses. Even when I was so young I did not have the words to explain why I was crying. So good to see this!!!

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9 months ago

I'll believe it when I see it. There have been stories of oil eating bacteria, and all sorts of magical things that eat the bad stuff. I hope to see it, but until then....

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9 months ago

This is fantastic. Sooooo many people end up in jail or dead because we fail them as a society.

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9 months ago

Did they find a match?

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Iggy
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9 months ago

95% is very impressive.

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European other
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9 months ago

Yes but they are in danger of climate change now like many species

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Rose the Cook
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9 months ago

They should not have been there in the first place.

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Marc
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9 months ago

Palm oil is in so many products. I try to avoid them but it is not always easy. Palm tree farms did destroy a lot of animal habits and nature environments.

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Jon Garrett
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9 months ago

Nairobi has a baby elephant orphanage. So I guess not. Of course, if they are brought up in the orphanage, which is by Nairobi National Park, then they are not sold to a zoo or circus.

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9 months ago

That's adorable. Not sure how something involving grown adults and the most massive terrestrial animals can be adorable, but somehow it is.

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Raine Soo
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9 months ago

This is wonderful news!

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