1. Harmful chemicals in the ozone layer drop by 50%. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations (NOAA) discovered that global concentration of any dangerous compounds destroying the ozone layer have decreased by 50% since 1980.
2. Australia sets aside 30% of land to protect their unique species. Australian officials have protected 110 species and 20 places, planning to allow them to thrive in the habitats without disturbances.
3. Clean energy jobs on the rise in the USA. Research has shown that a combination of the laws introduced this year could yield half a million net clean energy-related jobs across the USA by 2050.
4. An Indonesian program pays fishermen to collect plastic trash in the sea. This initiative is part of the country’s introduction to reduce marine plastic pollution by 70% by 2050.
5. Rooftop solar power has grown in popularity in Spain amid surging energy prices. Instillations have increased 10x in 2022. Compared to 2018, The country has reported a 410% increase