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Tired of negative news, he illustrates the positive actions that appeared in 2018

Every day, we are fed with hundreds, if not thousands, of information. Social networks or the application Apple News on our iPhone have become real drugs everyday life on which we see all kinds of news ... and often very negative. Believe it or not, the human being likes negative news. Of many studies have proven that these messages challenge and come at the top of the most consulted topics in the media. To that, the English have a relevant saying: "If it bleeds, it leads" (translate "If there is blood, it's the first one").

Yes, but here it is. We all realize that this ambient negativity we are at night and it is sometimes pleasant for the mind to look at the glass half full rather than the half empty one. And that, the illustrator that we will introduce you has understood.

His name isMauro Gattihe is Italian, and has since unveiled February 2018 a small project that is good. christenedThe Happy Broadcast, this media sauce Instagram, entirely imaged by the artist, puts forward positive initiatives that will change you from the usual media. Each thumbnail of the account Instagram represents a news good for morale : initiatives to reduce waste in the ocean, to the protection of animals through social progress as the right of women to drive a car in Saudi Arabia.

Of course,The Happy Broadcast is not the first media in the world to be positive. But his approach 100% Instagram, so very visual with a simple little drawing that summarizes the subject and a sentence that synthesizes it works rather well. At the click, obviously, the creative thought to detail the subjects that it treats thus offering more meaning to its action.

An initiative that is fun and allows us to trace the good initiatives of 2018 in a quick glance. To follow The Happy Broadcast, click here ! Obviously, this kind of new media we like at home Creapillswe who make the choice to detect creativity in everyday life. 😉

Tigers from Nepal

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e number of wild tigers in Nepal has more than doubled in less than 10 years.

Gay rights

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The progress of gay rights is real. Out of 195 countries in the world, 128 have decriminalized homosexuality.

Waste in the ocean

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The Ocean Cleanup project hopes to remove 50% of North Pacific waste vortex plastic in 5 years.

Animal furs

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Norway becomes the 14th European country to ban the fur industry.

The bees

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n report from the US Department of Agriculture announces that the bee population is on the rise.

Waste in supermarkets

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France becomes the first country to ban the waste of food in supermarkets. They must now give the unsold food or have to pay a fine.

Medical innovation

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Rural doctors in Rwanda can now order medical equipment and blood by SMS. The command is delivered using drones.

In vitro meat

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Cultivated meat could arrive in our restaurants in 2021. It reduces land and water use by over 90% compared to actual meat.

Adidas shoes with marine litter

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didas revealed that it has sold 1 million pairs of shoes made from plastic waste, in collaboration with Parley.

Food waste

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they, in London and Vienna, transform leftover bread into beer to limit food waste.

Animal welfare

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No Italian city has decreed the use of silent fireworks to combat the stress of animals.

Plastic and marine animals

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No beer brand has created a packaging that turtles can eat, failing to be trapped inside.

Women driving in Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia now allows women to drive.

Free sanitary products in Scotland

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Scotland is the first country in the world to offer tampons and sanitary napkins free of charge to low-income women and students.

Animal rights

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The South Korean Court of Justice has defined that killing dogs to eat them is now outlawed. A historic decision in the country.

Breast cancer

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Breast cancer deaths dropped by 39%, saving the lives of 322,600 women.

Auto Pollution

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The United Kingdom, France, Norway and India have agreed to ban diesel cars by 2040.

North Korea

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At a historic summit, the South and North Korean leaders committed to the denuclearization of the peninsula and the end of the war.

Bill Gates

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ill Gates donated $ 12 million for the development of a seasonal flu vaccine.

Cannabis in Canada

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Canada has become the second country in the world to legalize marijuana throughout the country.

The giant pandas

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Giant Pandas are no longer in danger and China plans to build a giant $ 1.5 billion park to preserve them.

Plastic straws

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e Buckingham Palace in England in Malibu, California, plastic straws for single use are gradually banned from the countries.

The carbon footprint

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carbon footprint of the US diet dropped by 9%. In fact, they eat more vegan products and leave the meat behind.

Circuses and animals

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e Portugal voted to ban wild animals in circuses from 2024 onwards.

The Indian forest

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, 5 million volunteers in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh set a new record: they planted 66 million trees in just 12 hours.

Cigarette

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Fewer and fewer people smoke in the world, a decline that especially affects women.

American donations

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The Americans gave more than $ 410 billion in 2017, surpassing the $ 400 billion mark for the first time in history.

Animal testing

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California has become the first state to ban animal-tested beauty products.

The Nemo's Garden project

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he project Nemo's Garden has successfully successfully cultivated underwater fruit and vegetables off the coast of Italy.

Kylian Mbappé

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Kylian Mbappé donated his World Cup winnings ($ 550,000) to associations.

Imagined by:Mauro Gatti

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