We are used to reading the most horrible and depressing news in media outlets. The media strives by serving us deflating news. Here at Sloto Magazine we want to put a spin on this and share with you empowering and positive news from last year. Let’s call this a “news diet” where you cut out the ongoing negative stream of news and add good news to your plate.

The Northern White Rhino could survive

The White Rhino is on the brink of extinction. Fortunately, seven eggs from the last 2 female White Rhinos have been fertilized in a lab. The team used frozen sperm from the last 2 White Rhinos before they died. The female Northern White Rhinos are unable to give birth anymore, so they plan to use a Southern White Rhino female as a surrogate mother for the fertilized eggs.

Amazon tribe wins lawsuit against Oil Company

The Waorani people of Ecuador have won an appeal that protects their territory in the Amazon against drilling for oil. The campaign was supported by celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo. With this court decision, they protect half a million acres of Amazon rainforest.

A single man plants one tree per day for 35 years

Today he is known as the Forest Man of India. Payeng, 58, has spent over half his life (35 years) planting a tree a day on an island that was nothing but sand and driftwood. He first started with bamboo trees, followed by cotton trees and now he plants all kinds of trees. The island is now covered with grass and trees, with a forest bigger than Central Park (NYC).

Sea turtles making a comeback

A new survey of sea life has revealed that endangered sea turtles in the Pacific Ocean are growing in numbers. It is estimated that the population of these sea turtles has grown by 980%. This positive outcome could be the direct result of the Endangered Sea Act passed in 1973.

You can pay the metro in Rome with plastic bottles

A wonderful initiative in Rome allows metro-goers to pay their metro tickets with empty plastic bottles. The new program has encouraged thousands of people to recycle, with more the 3,500 bottles already recycled since October 2019.

Scientist creates biodegradable plastic from cactus

Sandra Pascoe Ortiz, a Mexican scientist, has devised a way to create fake plastic from the Prickly Pear Cactus. If this material ends up in the earth, it will completely disintegrate within 1 month; if set in water, it will disappear within days. Solutions like these could see finally a reversal to the contamination that plastic has caused over the last decades.

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It’s no surprise that movies and tv shows about pandemics and worldwide disasters are suddenly becoming highly popular in streaming services like Netflix. With the increase of COVID-19 cases around the world, people seek these titles because they identify now more than ever with the characters and situations shown in the films.

Last week, the 2009 disaster movie ‘2012’ was the seventh most popular overall title and second most popular movie, while the Netflix's docuseries "Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak" was the tenth most popular overall title.

Contagion: This 2011 thriller film starring Marion Cotillard, Matt Damon, Jude Law and Gwyneth Paltrow tells the story of how a virus transmitted by fomites cause the loss of social order in a pandemic, while medical researchers try to contain the disease.

28 Days Later: This 2002 British horror film depicts the breakdown of society after a highly contagious virus cause people to become fast-moving zombies. This influential film entertains the theme of the destruction of the life as we once knew it.

Quarantine: Released in 2008, this ‘found footage’ horror film features no actual score as the audience can only hear the movie’s thrilling sound effects. The film centers on a reporter and her cameraman covering a firefighter intervention in an apartment building, when some of the building's occupants show animalistic and murderous behavior and find themselves quarantined.

Blindness: Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo star in this movie where the world faces an epidemic that cause people to go blind - as a secretly immune woman follows her husband to an abandoned mental institution used to quarantine people.

These movie plots now seem more like a reality. But worry not, in real life us humans always find a way to prevail and come out victorious!

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Millions of people around the world are having to adapt to a work from home routine - some unexpectedly while others have been doing it for years! Keeping a routine and not just staying in bed until noon is the first step on having an efficient and healthy time working at home. Here are some tips on how to work from home:

  • Be disciplined: Working from home requires discipline and good time management. At home you might be easily distracted by the television, your pet, your family members, etc. Be disciplined to focus on finishing work first and then being able to enjoy everything you have at home!

  • Be organized: Make sure to set a room aside or workspace such as a little office at home where you can focus on your work. Have a calendar or a schedule if you’re having trouble completing all work tasks and home chores on the same day and set times for each need.

  • Take a shower: While many of us won’t meet a single person during a day of work, it’s psychologically and physically healthy to ensure you shower, shave and get dressed every day before starting work.

  • Get started earlier: One way to work from home productively is to dive into your to-do list as soon as you wake up, as you might get more progress on a project at the beginning of the day Otherwise, you'll prolong breakfast and let the morning sluggishness prevent you from being as productive.

  • Stay connected: Technology allows people to connect and have video calls to check in with family or coworkers as a way to distract ourselves and get some degree of interaction with the outside world.

Working from home isn’t for everyone, but whether we like it or not, many of us will be required to work remotely in the upcoming weeks or maybe even months. Some may want to go back to their office routine, while others will enjoy the WFH experience and try to push their boss to let them continue working from home permanently or at least more often than previously. Everything is changing around us, it’s time to adapt!

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