The European Union’s top court ruled on Thursday that Britain had breached the bloc’s air pollution limits for years and ordered it to comply with the rules, raising the possibility that the country may be fined even though it has quit the EU. 4.3.2021
National climate advisor Gina McCarthy told oil and gas industry executives on Thursday that rebuilding the COVID-19 battered U.S. economy is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to invest in a rapid transition to clean energy. 4.3.2021
The European Parliament abandoned its plan on Thursday to set a date for voting on the EU-UK trade deal, in protest at what the European Union sees as Britain’s unlawful changes to Northern Irish Brexit arrangements. 4.3.2021
Africa is not on track to achieve zero hunger by 2030, Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Regional Representative for Africa, Abebe Haile-Gabriel, told a meeting reviewing progress made by the continent towards attaining that goal so far.
On Tuesday, the European Commission published its annual report on the Safety Gate, which is the EU rapid alert system for dangerous consumer products helping to take dangerous non-food products off the market.
It’s an idea worthy of a Jules Verne novel; a mysterious layer at the centre of our planet. Now researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have confirmed the existence of the Earth’s ‘innermost inner core’… 3.3.2021
The African Digital Rights Network publishes the first comparative study on the digital rights landscapes of Zimbabwe, Zambia, Uganda, Sudan, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Egypt, and Cameroon… 2.3.2021
Publishing in peer-reviewed scientific journals is crucial for the development of a researcher’s career. The scientists that publish the most often in the most prestigious journals generally acquire greater renown, as well as higher responsibilities… 2.3.2021
Spring snowmelt in the Alps is occurring earlier in the year due to climate change and as a result triggering abrupt deviations in mountain ecosystems. These changes could negatively affect the functioning of these valuable ecosystems… 2.3.2021
Scientists from the University of Illinois has revealed a simple change which could help reduce food waste in the US’ college dining halls – a setting the research team behind the study named as a major culprit for food waste in the country… 1.3.2021
Researchers are in the search for generalisable rules and patterns in nature. Biogeographer Julia Kemppinen together with her colleagues tested if plant functional traits show similar patterns along microclimatic gradients across far-apart regions from the high-Arctic Svalbard to the sub-Antarctic Marion Island… 1.3.2021
EU chief Ursula von der Leyen will deliver her first landmark state of the...
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