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UK: Planners 'must prepare' for weather extremes

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Iran allows women to run for president in 2021 after 40-year policy reversal

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Norway funds satellite map of world's tropical forests

A unique satellite dataset on the world's tropical forests is now available for all to see and use.

Climate change endangers lives of Canada's remote indigenous people

Habitat loss and extreme weather are threatening food sources for First Nations communities.

UK: Electric goods 'should have repairability rating'

The government must look at forcing manufacturers to put "repairability" scores on electric devices, opposition parties have said.

Argentina's confirmed COVID-19 cases surpass one million

Argentina has become the fifth country in the world to record one million confirmed coronavirus cases.

World Food Programme asks billionaires for a 'few billion' to save millions of lives from famine

If billionaires donated just 0.34% of their pandemic earnings, they could cover the WFP's request.

Canada: Commercial fishermen are raiding and destroying indigenous fishing compounds

"It's come to the point where it's a matter of, 'Do our lives matter?'"


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Canada: Commercial fishermen are raiding and destroying indigenous fishing compounds

"It's come to the point where it's a matter of, 'Do our lives matter?'"

Two men are walking across France to help rid the country of mask pollution

Frédéric Munsch and Edmund Platt set out on a journey against what they say is a "blue plague."

The UK has denied thousands of child trafficking survivors the right to remain

From 4,695 modern slavery survivors, just 28 children have been given leave to remain since 2015.

#MeToo turns three, founder launches platform to fight sexual violence

Tarana Burke launches 'Act Too' platform with actions to tackle sexual violence.

Could cold water hold a clue to a dementia cure?

Cold water swimming may protect the brain from degenerative diseases like dementia, researchers from Cambridge University have discovered.

Animal Farming: A bigger EU climate crisis than automobiles

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8 million more people in the US are now living in poverty due to COVID-19

Without financial government assistance, people are struggling to meet their basic needs.

Glitter litter 'could be damaging rivers'

Scientists have found evidence that glitter used in cosmetics and body paint may harm rivers and lakes.



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WW launches the healthy living coalition to improve global access to nutrition

The wellness company is rallying corporate support for Global Goal 2: Zero Hunger.

Great Barrier Reef has lost half of its corals since 1995

Australia's Great Barrier Reef has lost more than half of its corals since 1995 due to warmer seas driven by climate change, a study has fou...

3 ways South Africa’s economic recovery plan aims to empower women

President Ramaphosa has put a spotlight on growing women’s businesses.

Just 7 of 24 countries in west and central Africa have reopened schools since COVID-19

It’s putting children at risk, including from child marriage and early pregnancy.

Israeli University develops an advance warning device for epileptics

Epiness™ is a wearable device based on AI algorithms.

A surge in children signing up for free school meals raises concerns about UK food poverty

Footballer Marcus Rashford said the figures show the need for “urgency” in dealing with the issue.