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New hope for one of world's most endangered reptiles

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Canada is funding women’s health around the world

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Tech companies are failing to stop online sexual abuse

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Despite new global commitments to support women’s health, a $222B gap remains

The UN agency on sexual and reproductive health needs $222 billion more...

EasyJet to become world's first major airline to run net-zero flights

Aviation is responsible for 2% of all human-induced CO2 emissions.

Humans are drying up the Amazon rainforest

NASA finds that over the last 20 years, the atmosphere above the Amazon rainforest has been drying out.

Nanoparticles from air pollution go straight into your brain

A new study finds that ultra-fine particles increase the risk of brain cancer.

11-year old crochet prodigy raised nearly $20K for orphans

Jonah Larson, a normal well-adjusted seventh grader from La Crosse, Wisconsin is a self-taught crochet prodigy and he is using his talent to...

600 elephants to get relocated as severe drought ravages Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s parks agency is planning to relocate 600 elephants amid a catastrophic drought.

Germany reclassifies tampons as 'necessary' instead of a 'lLuxury'

Germany will no longer tax tampons and other menstrual products as luxury items.


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Germany reclassifies tampons as 'necessary' instead of a 'lLuxury'

Germany will no longer tax tampons and other menstrual products as luxury items.

Study reveals bits of plastic outnumber baby fish by seven to one in nursery waters off Hawaii

Plastic is building up in the areas of the ocean where fish feed and grow, according to research.

Gap's new Upcycled Puffer contains 40 discarded plastic bottles

The recycled plastic bottles have been transformed into a high-performance outer fabric with a water-resistant weave and an all-recycled poly...

Almost 80% of grade 4 students struggle to read in South Africa

Nal’ibali wants 120,000 more South Africans to register for library cards in the next two months.

World's smallest ungulate, lost for 30 years, found in Vietnam forest

One of the '25 most wanted' lost species, the silver-backed chevrotain is a snaggle-toothed, deer-like species that is the size of a rabbit and...

Women make up 52% of the cabinet in Rwanda

Rwanda celebrated another victory for gender representation on Nov. 5 when President Paul Kagame reshuffled his cabinet — and in the process,...

New blood test screens more than 20 types of cancer

Early trials show a very high level of accuracy of diagnosing cancer and where it originated.

Tinder seeks to tackle trans harassment

Te App is making changes to improve the treatment of transgender people.


Red Shoe Movement | The movement behind #RedShoeTuesday

A company focused on career & leadership development for diverse women. A movement of women who support women for professional success!


Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

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

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

Building the world we dream.

Building the world we dream.

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Avant Premiere

Cannabis-based medicines: Two drugs approved for NHS

Two cannabis-based medicines, used to treat epilepsy and multiple sclerosis, have been approved for use by the NHS in England.

Australia's women's team earns soccer’s first equal pay deal in the world

The Australian women’s team is ranked eighth in the world, while the men’s team is 44th.

Sea ice loss linked to spread of deadly virus

The decline in sea ice seen in the Arctic in recent decades has been linked by scientists to the spread of a deadly virus in marine mammals.

'Climate Strike' has just been declared 2019's Word of the Year

As climate protesters have taken to the streets around the world, a new term is gaining popularity.

Brain implants used to fight drug addiction in US

Patients with severe opioid addiction are being given brain implants to help reduce their cravings, in the first trial of its kind in the US...

Endangered whales are being killed by fishing gear

There are only about 400 North Atlantic right whales left in the world.