More than 100 countries aim to protect forests by 2030

More than 100 countries aim to protect forests by 2030

More than 100 world leaders will sign up to a landmark agreement to protect and restore the Earth’s forests, the UK government has said.

World leaders urged to act on climate change as Glasgow summit starts

World leaders urged to act on climate change as Glasgow summit starts

The international community’s latest bid to combat catastrophic climate change got under way on Monday in the Scottish city of Glasgow.

G20 fails to set hard targets on carbon neutrality, ending coal use

G20 fails to set hard targets on carbon neutrality, ending coal use

There will neither be a target date for achieving carbon neutrality nor for ending coal-fuelled power generation in the joint agreement following this year’s G20 summit.

WHO Europe warns against school closures as infection figures rise

WHO Europe warns against school closures as infection figures rise

The European arm of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned governments in the region on Friday not to close schools, even as the number of Covid-19 infections rises in many countries.

New Zealand announces reopening roadmap, 90 percent vaccination goal

New Zealand announces reopening roadmap, 90 percent vaccination goal

New Zealand on Friday announced a new roadmap that will see coronavirus measures eased for the fully vaccinated after 90 percent of the population get their two coronavirus jabs.

UNICEF: 10,000 children killed or wounded in Yemen’s civil war

UNICEF: 10,000 children killed or wounded in Yemen’s civil war

More than 10,000 children have been killed or injured in over six years of fighting in war-torn Yemen, United Nations children’s agency UNICEF said on Tuesday.

Representatives of seized Turkish schools in Pakistan file appeal with Interior Ministry

Representatives of seized Turkish schools in Pakistan file appeal with Interior Ministry

Representatives of Turkish schools in Pakistan have filed a petition with the Pakistani Interior Ministry contesting the transfer of their schools to a Turkish government-run foundation, marking the first step in their legal battle, the Tr724 news website reported on...

Chemistry Nobel honours pair for ‘greener’ molecular construction

Chemistry Nobel honours pair for ‘greener’ molecular construction

The 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded on Wednesday to Benjamin List and David MacMillan for developing a new method for building molecules.

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