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Author : Andrea D. Steffen

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I use the alphabet to paint words that become a beautiful and inspiring image in the reader's mind.
Health Innovation

CPR Training Kiosks Are Teaching Thousands To Save Lives For Free

Andrea D. Steffen
The American Heart Association (AHA) is the world’s leading voluntary health organization dedicated to building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. In 2016 they launched the Hands-Only CPR training kiosk program with the
Lifestyle

A Former Refugee Is Impacting the World One Bag Of Coffee At A Time

Andrea D. Steffen
A former refugee wants to help others that are in the same situation he was once in. He will help them in the same way that he helped himself, through an education. He is doing
Environment Nature

There’s An Orangutan Roaming The Cities Of UK In Search For A Home

Andrea D. Steffen
A life-size animatronic orangutan will appear in locations around London and across the UK, brought to you by Iceland Supermarkets. The monkey will make his grand appearance at a number of Iceland stores around the
Environment Sustainability

These Companies Are Converting CO2 Emissions Into Something Useful

Andrea D. Steffen
Direct Air Capture technology is set to be the next big thing in green technology. At the moment it is a small industry but it is growing. Large-scale carbon management has the potential to greatly
Innovation

Aleph Farms Presents The Worlds First Lab-grown Steak

Andrea D. Steffen
Aleph Farms, an Israeli startup, has proudly announced their success in growing a steak in a lab using cells extracted from a living cow. This is a landmark accomplishment in the fake meat industry. Aleph
Environment Sustainability

California Passes Law Requiring New City Buses To Be Electric By 2029

Andrea D. Steffen
In California, mass transit agencies will only be allowed to buy buses that are fully electric starting in 2029 and will require all buses to be emission-free by 2040. This is a regulation by law. The
Environment Nature

A Plastic-Eating Fungus Has Been Found In Pakistan

Andrea D. Steffen
The enormous amount of plastics that we manufacture and discard is a defining characteristic of the Anthropocene – the current geological age of human domination over climate and the environment. The same reason it is
Innovation Technology

MIT Scientists Work Out How To Shrink Objects 1,000 Times Smaller

Andrea D. Steffen
A few years ago scientists came up with a technique known as expansion microscopy. It involves embedding tissue into a hydrogel and then expanding it to allow for high-resolution imaging with a regular microscope. They
Health Lifestyle

Steel Warriors Charity Makes Outdoor Wellness Gyms Out Of Knives

Andrea D. Steffen
Steel Warriors is a charity, founded by Ben Wintour and Pia Fontes in 2017, that aims to minimize the number of young people carrying knives in the UK. The organization recycles the steel from confiscated
Nature

A Bill To Ban Whale And Dolphin Captivity Passes the Senate In Canada

Andrea D. Steffen
Cetaceans in the wild are good for the environment of the Earth. When they dive and come back up they bring with them nutrients from the depths. This allows for plant plankton to thrive on

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