Eden Reforestation Projects (Eden) — a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide poverty relief by employing local villagers in Haiti, Madagascar, and Nepal to help with reforestation — recently announced they've planted 250 million trees around the world.

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8 eco-friendly swimsuit brands for all shapes and sizes

Some bathing suits to consider for this summer.

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For those trying to live a sustainable lifestyle, swimsuit shopping might feel stressful for one more reason this year. In addition to feeling good about how the suit fits your body, you might be concerned with the materials and manufacturing that went into the garment.

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Judi Dench has announced that she’s the proud adopter of three orangutans at the premiere of a new documentary starring the actress and focusing on the issue of deforestation.

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Many Republican Mayors Are Secretly Advancing Climate-Friendly Policies

Large-city Republican mayors shy away from climate network memberships, but they advocate for policies that advance climate goals for other reasons, such as fiscal responsibility and public health.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and California Gov. Jerry Brown. Photo by Lenny Ignelzi/AP.

THE GOOD NEWS:

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When Ellen DeGeneres turned 60 in January 2018, her wife, Portia de Rossi, gifted her with a wildlife foundation set up in her name: “I am bringing you and your hero Dian together by building the Ellen DeGeneres campus of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund. You will carry on Dian’s legacy by giving them a permanent home in Rwanda.”

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For those who live in woodsy areas, it probably won’t come as a surprise to hear that deer are stealthy killers. When you add up all the car accidents caused by deer, the number hovers around 1 million with more than 200 people dying each year at the hands of these sweet, angelic creatures, ATTN reports.

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