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Here's what we got on tap for you today

  • Meme of the Week
  • Will E-Bikes Save the Planet?
  • New Job Opportunities
  • Win of the Week: Mattel, Inc. Partners With Save the Children
  • Bummer of the Week: More Heatwaves are Coming

Meme of the Week

Article of the Week

Yes, Some Good Things Did Happen in 2022

Welcome to the last Impact Job newsletter of 2022! Before we get into the jokey jokes, spare us two sentences of genuine sentiment. We hope the no context gif of dancing Jennifer Coolidge makes up for it.

A few months ago this newsletter was just a glimmer in our eyes, and now it hits over 7,500 inboxes every week (shattering our year-end goal!). Thank you for being here and engaging in our content - we’ve got more social impact fun in store for 2023!


Alright, since that felt about as awkward as when your drunk uncle tries to make a heartfelt speech at Christmas dinner, let’s move on.

We know your inboxes are full and your last-minute shopping list is long, so we’re keeping it short and sweet today with a round-up of some of the good things that happened for the planet in 2022. Yes, there were some good things.


Here we go:

  • A new battery made from sea salt has four times more capacity than lithium
  • The UK greenlights their first carbon capture plant that could remove 1.5 million tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere a year
  • Barcelona introduces “bike buses” as a safe way for kids to get to school using bikes instead of cars
  • Marine researchers discovered one of the largest coral reefs in Tahiti, and it is completely unaffected by human activity
  • Drones save plastic waste from the ocean
  • Mexican tequila fish make a comeback after being on the brink of extinction

Cheers to good eco news! We believe that every effort makes a difference. So if want to kick off 2023 with a new purpose-filled job that makes a difference, scroll down. We'll leave you with this last message:

  


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