Heroes

'Take note ... this is probably the most sad and noble thing any government has ever done.'

100,000 people live in Kiribati. And thanks to climate change, all 100,000 will almost certainly have to leave by 2050.

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The government has a plan for permanently evacuating every single person, but it's still very sad. What's inspiring, though, is what the government and people are doing to protect the area even though they won't directly benefit in the end. As the narrator says, "Take note, bigger nations, because this is probably the most sad and noble thing any government has ever done."

Kiribati's leaders are being proactive about climate change because the people's survival literally depends on action.


But we should all take that same approach because it's the right thing to do. And also? We have a lot of coastal cities.

After seeing the video of the everyday hero who called out the racist rant of Kelly Anne Wolfe, we should all go out and purchase a bicycle if there is even a chance we could become as cool as this guy.

The unnamed citizen was riding his bike through the streets of Toronto and came across a group of people eager to get out their message that no one needs to wear a mask. When they handed him a "face mask exempt" card, he calmly ripped it up.


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