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Canada announced its plan to tackle COVID-19, climate change, racism, and more

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How lockdown birds sang to a different tune

As many said at the time, bird song did sound different during lockdown,...


Africa: 5 companies fighting food waste and empowering farmers

Food waste undermines food security, climate goals, and efforts to end...


UK: Low tax on heating is bad for climate

The rich benefit most from a de facto subsidy for home heating, a report...

The UK’s first ‘Social Supermarket’ chain just opened a new store in Liverpool

The model reduces waste by selling surplus stock from supermarkets at heavily discounted prices.

China aims for carbon neutrality by 2060

China will aim to hit peak emissions before 2030 and for carbon neutrality by 2060, President Xi Jinping has announced.

Women and girls in conflict face widening gaps in gender equality

Refugee and displaced communities continue to lack access to education, health, and employment.

Global warming driving California wildfire trends

Climate change is driving the scale and impact of recent wildfires that have raged in California, say scientists.

12 cities pledged to divest from fossil fuels to boost green economies

The cities, in North America, Africa, and Europe, are working to tackle COVID-19 and climate change.

New research discovers how to grow colored cotton

This could help replace the use of chemical dyes in clothing.


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New research discovers how to grow colored cotton

This could help replace the use of chemical dyes in clothing.

Lives of hundreds of homeless people in England saved due to COVID-19 lockdowns

The ‘Everyone In’ scheme brought people in off the street and out of unsafe hostels.

UK volunteers could be given Covid-19 virus to test vaccine

The UK could be the first country in the world to carry out Covid "challenge trials" - where healthy volunteers are deliberately infected with...

A major New Zealand retailer is tackling period poverty

The Warehouse is helping people with periods in need, one donation box at a time.

Climate action cannot be another Covid victim - PM

Boris Johnson is to call on world leaders to commit to cutting greenhouse gas emissions and secure the planet for the next generation.

Australia will plant 25 million trees by 2025 to compensate for major bushfire destruction

The initiative will utilise biodiverse and Australian-appropriate seeds from seed banks.

A climate refugee crisis is actually far from inevitable

Policymakers can address the underlying conditions that force people from their homes.

Mysterious beaked whale smashes mammal diving record

A little known, shy whale has surprised scientists by staying submerged for almost four hours.



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Arctic sea-ice shrinks to near record low extent

This summer's Arctic sea-ice shrank to its second lowest ever extent in the era of satellite observation.

A plan to use all of England's farm grants to protect the environment is being diluted

Currently, farmers get a guaranteed EU grant based on the amount of land they farm.

Wild maple trees in serious need of conservation

One in five maple species is threatened in the wild, according to the first full assessment of extinction risks.

France is rolling out free period products in high schools

The initiative will start in 31 French high schools by the end of October.

WHO warns rising COVID-19 cases in Europe reflect alarming rates of transmission

"We have fought it back before and we can fight it back again."

Mystery elephant deaths in Botswana caused by cyanobacteria

Toxins made by microscopic algae in water caused the previously unexplained deaths of hundreds of elephants in Botswana, wildlife officials ...