Future of the Environment

5 good things that happened for the planet in 2021

Rising butterfly populations are among a number of positive environmental changes in 2021. Image: Gary Bendig/Unsplash

Linnea Harris
Reporter, EcoWatch
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Protests for environmental rights took place. Image: Markus Spiske / Pexels

A butterfly in a field of flowers.
Butterfly populations are bouncing back. Image: Matthew Simmonds / Pexels
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