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Leyla Acaroglu: Paper beats plastic? How to rethink environmental folklore. Most of us want to do the right thing when it comes to the environment. But things aren't as simple as opting for the paper bag, says sustainability strategist Leyla Acaroglu.

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Humanity’s greatest environmental successes somehow seem like a dot in a sea of atrocities, but they are worth celebrating to motivate us to go on.

After Decimation, There’s Hope for Brazil's Forests

Brazil's Atlantic Forest (or Mata Atlantica), is home to twenty-nine critically endangered vertebrates, and holds the world's highest concentration of tree species per acre. Of this precious forest, over 90% of the original 330 million acres was torn down.

However, thanks to conservation and restoration efforts, twenty-six percent of the total area has been reforested since November of 1999, according to the Global Restoration Network.

Now, many species of formerly endangered birds and mammals, including leopards and pumas, are returning to the Atlantic Forest region.

The Cuyahoga River: Fish Run Through It

Ohio's Cuyahoga River, the polluted mess that has caught fire at least 10 times since the late 1800s and is notorious for erupting into flames in 1969, now supports more than 60 species of fish—as well as beavers and birds, in places that were once all but devoid of life. The exact cause of the 1969 fire was unconfirmed, but people believe sparks from a passing train ignited an oil slick in a nearby river.

Few environmental regulations existed in the late nineteenth century: Cleveland was already known as a polluted manufacturing center at that time, mainly due to a booming steel industry.

The 1969 incident is credited with building momentum for the passage of the Clean Water Act in 1972. The establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency, both federally and in the state of Ohio, also helped.

The Ohio EPA worked to clean up the river in the following decades. The water quality has improved dramatically--so much so that in the late nineties, Cuyahoga was recognized as one of 14 American Heritage Rivers.

Life is Occasionally Sweet Under the Sea

Despite the tough odds that coral reefs face: pollution, overfishing, and climate change among them, they may not be faring as badly as many biologists had feared.

Some estimates predict that seventy percent of the world's coral reefs will be gone by 2050, and bleaching events—which occur when reefs lose the algae they need for survival—have already killed off large percentages of coral populations around the world.

However, recent studies have shown that coral is recovering both in the Great Barrier Reef and off the coast of Tanzania. This improvement is attributed to better management of fisheries, the use of less harmful equipment, and commercial fishing restrictions by researchers. Scientists were also surprised to find that the reef in Tanzania was able to adapt to warmer water temperatures. Sometimes, nature is more resilient than we think. Nevertheless, we need to stop testing it, don’t we?

Baldy Back from the Brink

The bald eagle was nearly extinct in the continental U.S. by the late 20th century. However, the population has stabilized since then, primarily due to habitat protection and a ban on DDT, an insecticide that weakened the birds' eggs so much that the eagles could not produce viable offspring.

In June of 2007, after researchers measured 10,000 nesting pairs—up from the 417 found in 1963—the eagle was officially delisted as an endangered species.

Strict protective measures are still in place. Any intentional effort to kill or harm a bald eagle is a now federal crime.

London Smog is Falling Down

As recently as 30 years ago, England was still heavily polluted by industrial chemicals. But the air quality has improved dramatically in the last 25 years. This is largely because of well-enforced government regulations, reduced industrial output, closure of coal-fired power stations, and the switch to central heating from coal stoves.

A study last year by Britain's National Physical Laboratory showed a 70 percent reduction in the average levels of all the heavy metals that were tested, including lead, iron, and copper at 17 sites around the country.

A Natural Oil Spill Solution: Mushrooms

On November 7, 2007, the Cosco Busan oil spill dumped more than 50,000 gallons of oil into the San Francisco Bay, affecting some 56 miles of shoreline.

But a local organization, Matter of Trust, teamed up with Fungi Perfecti, a company that finds functional uses of mushrooms for people and the planet, to experiment with mycoremediation, a process that uses fungus to remove contaminants from soil.

The researchers discovered that mushroom roots produce enzymes that normally serve the fungus by unlocking wood fibers. They are made of strings of carbon-hydrogen molecules: oil is held together by the same molecular bonds, which the mushroom can break into sugars. Using this process, the mycoremediation team was able to successfully clean up the majority of the spilled oil using just mushrooms!

What advances are environmental scientists going to come up with next to save our planet? Are you hoping to join them? Or be that person who discovers the key to our survival?