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Scientists Fear that a Drug-Resistant Strain of Typhoid Is Going to Spread

The first “extensively drug-resistant” strain of typhoid is spreading through Pakistan. Scientists are concerned about a deadly outbreak .

How South Africa Is Tackling Its AIDS Crisis

South Africa has 7.1 million people living with HIV, which accounts for 18.9% of the adult population, according to HIV awareness NGO Avert.


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People Are Getting Paid to Reuse Plastic Bags in Malaysia

Tesco gives Kuala Lumpur customers discounts every time they reuse their bags.

'Free to be' safety maps for girls

An online safety map launching in five major cities worldwide aims to uncover the areas where urban girls and young women feel most safe and unsafe.

LEGO Will Start Selling Sustainable, Plant-Based Blocks This Year

It’s part of a broader effort to dramatically reduce the company’s ecological footprint by 2030.

95% of the world’s population breathes dangerous air

Dirty air is one of the world’s leading risk factors for death, and threatens the immediate health of billions globally.


Plastic soup is a growing global problem. This year another 8 billion kilos of plastic waste will enter the world’s rivers, lakes and oceans.

Guatemalan Bottle School

Guatemala used to have a problem with plastic waste, but now over 100 schools have been built using this unorthodox but incredible recycling method. Don't mi...

World Health Day

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) marked World Health Day, and the agency’s 70th anniversary, with a strong call for universal health coverage, to ensure that all people can get quality health services, where and when they need them, without suffering financial hardship.

Conocé el Krill

Toda la vida de la Antártida depende de un animal muy chiquito: el krill. Conocé todo sobre este crustáceo ?? Firmá acá para crear un #S...

Climate change could imperil half of plant and animal species in the world’s most naturally rich areas

Up to half of plant and animal species in the world’s most naturally rich areas—including the Amazon and the Galápagos—could face extinction by the turn of the century due to climate change if carbon emissions continue to rise unchecked.

7 years of war in Syria

After seven years of conflict, Syrians are facing the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, with grave protection and human rights violations occurring daily.

A Million Acts of Blue

Plastic waste is everywhere, choking our oceans and waterways. It’s time to take action.

Timberland x Thread | Follow the Thread | Timberland

This is not a boot. This is change. TimberlandxThread bring you fabric made from recycled plastic bottles. Not only are we cleaning up the environment, but w...

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