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LEGO is cleaning and repackaging pre-loved bricks and sending them to charities for kids

The company has launched a pilot program called LEGO Replay, which blends...

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Badger culls have varying impacts on cattle TB

The UK government's badger cull has had mixed effects on the incidence...

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12 million girls in Africa are forced into marriage before 18 years old

#HandsOffOurGirls: Africa’s First Ladies Demand an End to Child Marr...

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Natural 'bumblebee medicine' found in heather

Preserving heather in the natural landscape could have benefits for wild...

The UN wants companies to stop ruining the ocean

The UN Global Compact is trying to tie corporate success to the health of the oceans.

Washington: Outdoor preschools are now legal in the state

The unprecedented move means that these schools will have greater access to funding and registrations.

Paris opens first cemetery dedicated to green burials

No chemicals, synthetics, or gravestones – the goal is to return to the Earth as quickly and subtly as possible.

How our cells sense oxygen wins Nobel prize

Three scientists who discovered how cells sense and adapt to oxygen levels have won the 2019 Nobel Prize.

Genome-edited bull passes hornless gene to calves

Researchers have used genome editing to generate hornless cattle, which then pass on the trait to their offspring.

Global wildlife trade higher than was thought

At least one in five vertebrate species on Earth are bought and sold on the wildlife market, according to a study.

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Global wildlife trade higher than was thought

At least one in five vertebrate species on Earth are bought and sold on the wildlife market, according to a study.

UK: More than a quarter of mammals face extinction

More than a quarter of mammals are facing extinction, according to a detailed and devastating report on the state of the natural world in the...

Helping ex-cons to get a new start

Refoundry seeks to change the way people are reentered into society and the workplace.

Kids Boost is teaching kids to be philanthropic

Children want to do good; they just need an opportunity and support.

Academic pressure is undermining kids' mental health

A new study says students in high-achieving schools are an 'at-risk' group.

Sustainable forests work to address climate change

When managed sustainably, working forests actually help slow climate change through carbon sequestration and long-term carbon storage.

Map family trees by collecting polar bear footprints

Scientists from Sweden are using DNA in the environment to track Alaskan polar bears.

315 billion-tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica

The Amery Ice Shelf in Antarctica has just produced its biggest iceberg in more than 50 years.

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Ntirho Hi Twanano (trabajo en unión)

A Mozambique is a social project, born in 2011, led by Argentinean volunteers that seeks to promote the development of education in Mozambique .

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MOXOS: A dream in the middle of the Amazon. Trailer part 1

MOXOS: A dream in the middle of the Amazon. Trailer part 1

Red Shoe Movement | The movement behind #RedShoeTuesday

Red Shoe Movement | The movement behind #RedShoeTuesday

Island: rising tide of plastic waste

A remote island in the southern Atlantic Ocean has helped reveal the scale of the problem of plastic waste facing our seas.

Consumers are being warned to steer clear of skin lightening creams

The Local Government Association warns the products should be "avoided at all costs" after recent seizures by trading standards officers. Many...

Inequalities in heart attack care 'costing women's lives'

Women who suffer heart attacks are dying needlessly because they fail to recognise their symptoms and receive poorer care than men, says a B...

New treatment for peanut allergies may soon be available

While Palforzia not a cure, this immunotherapy can help save lives.

Americans continue to battle food waste

A survey by Bosch shows that U.S. homeowners feel guilty about wasting food, but need to change their habits.

Haitian Foreign Minister calls for development reboot to close ‘striking gap’ between promises and action on ending poverty

The future of humanity hinges on full implementation of the 2030 Agenda, if we don't get there, “we may never see the world that ‘we the...