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After 50 years, dolphins return to Lisbon

Dolphin watching brings happiness to the Portuguese.


Rising temperatures could kill more people than all infectious diseases combined

If the world warms by 3 degrees Celsius by the end of the century then...


The UN Iis training traditional leaders in Botswana to fight gender-based abuse

Nearly 70% of women in the southern African nation have experienced ph...


The pandemic is putting Latin American girls at risk of pregnancy and abuse

A rise in teenage pregnancies is expected as healthcare resources are ...

Other mammals lose out in panda conservation drive

Saving the giant panda is one of the big success stories of conservation.

Australian leaders release 16 new targets aimed at improving indigenous inequalities

For the first time, the targets have been set by Indigenous Australians.

Canada's economy will only recover if marginalized communities get support

COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted marginalized communities around the world.

Brazilian amazon records big increase in fires

Official figures from Brazil have shown a big increase in the number of fires in the Amazon region in July compared with the same month last...

Sewage testing for Covid-19 begins in England

Sewage testing is being conducted across England in a bid to develop wastewater-based Covid-19 surveillance.

Student develops edible ramen noodles wrappers

Convenience food can go plastic-free.


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Student develops edible ramen noodles wrappers

Convenience food can go plastic-free.

Adverts for large polluting cars should be banned

A new campaign called "Badvertising" is demanding an immediate end to adverts for large polluting cars.

Quarter of UK mammals under threat of extinction

A quarter of native mammals now at risk of extinction in the UK.

The University of Queensland is the first major college in the world to use 100% green energy

The university’s new solar farm is ready and raring to go.

European Sentinel satellites to map global CO2 emissions

German manufacturer OHB-System has signed a €445m (£400m) contract to begin construction of a satellite network to monitor carbon dioxide...

One in three children 'exposed to lead' globally

One in three children could have been exposed to poisonous lead, potentially causing irreversible harm, research into the global risk of exposure...

Boris Johnson is under fire for 'misleading' claims about child poverty in the UK

Real lives are at stake, and inaccurate information only hinders progress.

Mexico's Supreme Court has rejected a landmark injunction on abortion rights across the country

The case revolved around an injunction granted in the eastern state of Veracruz, which would have effectively decriminalised termination in the...



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Campaign against abuse

Velatón for Colombia

Velatón for Colombia

Cinema in Motion

Cinema in Motion

Unhealthy 'buy one get one free' deals targeted

"Buy one get one free" deals on unhealthy food will be banned as part of the government's bid to tackle obesity in England.

An organization that is working to bring food to Mexico’s vulnerable communities during COVID-19

Bancos de Alimentos de México is ensuring people in need have access to food during the COVID-19 pandemic

An all-women crew is sailing around the world to study ocean pollution

EXXpedition Round the World will explore the Earth’s five ocean gyres.

Mothers unlikely to infect Covid-19 to newborns

Women who have Covid-19 are unlikely to pass on the infection to their babies during childbirth if precautions are in place, a small study s...

Earth's seismic activity was reduced by 50% during lockdown

The "anthropause" allowed scientists to collect new data on seismic activity.

Plastic pollution to weigh 1.3 billion tonnes by 2040

An estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of plastic is destined for our environment - both on land and in the ocean - by 2040, unless worldwide action...