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Steph Curry is a champ- both in basketball and in helping his community!
Dr. Laurie Santos' happiness class is coming to high schools around the US. If you're an adult and want to take an online version, check this out: https://www.coursera.org/learn/the-science-of-well-being
There's always dogs! (Especially when you need them most!)
In this repeat episode, Katie and Neil hit on some favorite TGNP themes: revitalized plants, old-timey-ness, the seed vault. It's got it all!
Harriet Tubman is a Treasury Department priority once again!
A new last resort option for the homeless in the German city of Ulm.
A few pieces of good news from an inauguration ceremony that a lot of US citizens were probably worried about.
A new French artificial heart will soon help people bridge the gap while they wait for a heart transplant- very cool!
Paramedic with a jetpack? Okay!
An episode highlighting three US citizens (I think) we can all be proud of.
Solar power is officially the cheapest way to generate electricity- let's celebrate a president who was way ahead of his time!
More green = more good in Paris! Can't wait to see it.
A repeat of a conversation Colleen and Neil had last year- a bit of encouragement if any listener has committed to reducing their meat intake for the new year.
Birds are great for our health and happiness- science proves it!
A Philly pizza "shop" exists just to generate charitable donations- that's good news!
Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is starting the long journey to getting back up and running.
Committed fans on TikTok have built a community sourced musical based on Disney's Ratatouille- it's one night only! Tickets are here: https://www.todaytix.com/x/nyc/shows/22803-ratatouille-the-tiktok-musical
A mayor that's tough to beat.
Katie takes a Christmas culinary journey 'round the globe!
Continuing our TGNP tradition, Katie tells me what some Christmas traditions are from around the world.
Tis that time of year again! Listening to this still makes me laugh- and coming up this week, a new entry of the tradition.
A repeat about the Voyager space probes. A timely repeat, because the voyager probes just helped to discover an entirely new time of electron burst!
Zoom school gets pranked and charities get a nice bump.
Vaccine Delivery Day!
Some stuff just can't be recycled! Or... can it?
A new vaccine to talk keep an eye out for! No... not that one... or that one... or that one...
Guy Fieri is generous with more than just donkey sauce.
The world's loneliest elephant has been introduced to some new elephant pals.
A repeat talking about a successful clean up of Everest. As an update of sorts, one of the very few expeditions that climbed Everest this year was remeasure the height. Expect new results and (potentially) a new height any day now!
Three more obscure solar stories- solar can be used and is being installed... everywhere!