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UN plans to ramp up health services for refugees during COVID-19

The agreement from the WHO and UNHCR will help protect forcibly displaced people from COVID-19.

Death certificates in Australia should be modernised to include climate change

Researchers want climate change included as a secondary cause of death in cases of heat exposure.

River birds ingest up to 200 microplastic pieces daily

This troubling discovery made by UK researchers is one of the first to follow plastic through the freshwater food chain.

Billions of years of evolutionary history under threat

Scientists say more than 50 billion years of cumulative evolutionary history could be lost as humans push wildlife to the brink.

FIFA is holding a charity football match for COVID-19 relief

The funds from the match will go to support the WHO's Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator.

Banned travel due to COVID-19 could see millions of Pacific workers slide into poverty

Thousands of jobs have already been lost as hotels and resorts close.


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Banned travel due to COVID-19 could see millions of Pacific workers slide into poverty

Thousands of jobs have already been lost as hotels and resorts close.

Pakistan is giving tree-planting jobs to workers unemployed due to COVID-19

The work is part of an ambitious project in Pakistan to plant 10 billion new trees.

Covid-19: Hydroxychloroquine trial begins in the UK

A trial to see whether two anti-malarial drugs could prevent Covid-19 has begun in Brighton and Oxford.

Coronavirus puts girls at risk of unplanned pregnancies, violence and missing out school

Around 743 million girls were out of school and many girls may never return.

Scientists fear car surge will see CO2 rebound

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How bee-friendly farming could save food systems

Just as you can easily shop for organic or fair-trade products, you might soon be able to scan the aisles of your local supermarket for a be...

Green antarctic snow mapped from space

UK scientists have created the first wide-area maps of microscopic algae growing in coastal Antarctica.

COVID-19 disruptions to health care could cost 1.2 million children's lives in next 6 months

COVID-19 will cause major setbacks in health care, even beyond the number of infections.


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!


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Avant Premiere

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Ntirho Hi Twanano (trabajo en unión)

Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

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

Hurricanes are getting stronger

Nearly 40 years of hurricane satellite imagery suggests that global warming is fuelling stronger storms.

Climate change is increasing people's exposure to cancer-causing substances

Extreme heat and natural disasters can increase the number of carcinogens in the air.

What one sugary drink a day can do to women

Even just one sugar-sweetened beverage a day could boost heart disease and stroke risk in women.

Electric bikes could help people return to work

Electric bikes can slash transport emissions and offer workers a way to return to the workplace during coronavirus, a new study has found.

2 NYC students fought to make period products available during the COVID-19 crisis

The city agreed to distribute pads and tampons at 211 meal hubs.

A community’s kindness feeds thousands of kenyan families

A safari tour operator’s incredible story of a chance encounter and how he is helping shape Kenya’s future.