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Awesome Guy Uses Floating Bicycle to Fish Plastic Garbage from Rivers

This guy is taking a unique approach to reducing plastic pollution.

Plastic pollution has become a huge problem across the globe. Fortunately, there are concerned people, organizations, and private sectors helping us deal with it.

As they say, we all need to do our share and that’s exactly what one man is doing right now. After hearing a story about turtles getting tangled in plastic, adventurer Dhruv Boruah decided he’ll help reduce the pollution.

So he created a bicycle equipped with yellow float and fishing nets.

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His purpose, of course, is to collect plastic waste on London’s rivers and canals. Now his unique approach to battling pollution has gone viral and has captured the attention of both social media netizens and news sources.

Naturally, onlookers are often curious about the bike.

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In a CNN feature, Boruah shared:

“It’s a great conversation starter, and then I can tell them about my work, the plastic, and how it all starts here in the canals.”

Boruah has launched a campaign called The Thames Project.

Source: Dhruv Boruah

Boruah started his clean-ups on River Thames about a year ago. He has since launched a campaign he calls The Thames Project hoping to “make everyone aware about the dangers of plastic pollution and inspire them to take action,” the official website reads.

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According to CNN, the 35-year-old man used to work as a management consultant, “spending 14 hours a day in front of a screen.”

He later said:

“But then I asked myself, ‘when was the last time I saw a star? Are my eyes made for the stars or for the screen?'”

So now he’s focusing his energies into improving the environment.

Source: Dhruv Boruah

Boruah pointed out:

“Plastic is now in the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. You have to care because it’s about you, your health, and the health of your children. Why are we destroying this planet for them?”

For further information about The Thames Project, you can follow them on Facebook or visit their website.


Woman Donates Kidney After Seeing Facebook Post, Says God Told Her To Do It

“I knew in my heart that I was meant to give him my kidney … I can’t explain it.”

It’s always a good feeling to be able to help the people that we love, but a Virginia woman took things to a whole new level. With the help of Facebook and what she claims as a sign from God, Crysti Shirley went out of her way to save a stranger’s life.

Thanks to her faith and kindness, Jim Abed is now recovering at home. The story has since inspired many to say that God indeed works in mysterious ways.

And just like that, Shirley is now being called a “guardian angel.”


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Chuck E. Cheese Employees Celebrate Boy’s Birthday After No One Showed Up To His Party

“He was looking at the door. You saw the disappointment on his face.”

For adults, a birthday means you’re officially adding one more year to your age. But for kids, it’s the best day ever!

So when Angel Kazanis’ son Evan turned four years old, she made sure to make it an awesome one for him. She then invited 30 children at Chuck E. Cheese in New Jersey to celebrate Evan’s birthday. However, nobody showed up.

"He was looking at the door. You saw the disappointment on his face,” Kazanis said.


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Woman Tries To Pay It Forward, Ends Up Helping Keith Urban

She didn’t know she was helping a man with a $75 million net worth.

'Pay it forward' is an expression for doing a simple act of helping somebody out with a little random act of kindness. One woman, however, was in for quite a shock when she helped out an unlikely stranger.

It was definitely a chance encounter that Ruth Reed won’t soon forget. A few years ago, she had made a resolution to pay it forward when she sees someone in need.

Ruth Reed thought she had her chance at a local gas station when she offered to cover the bill of a stranger.


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