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March 2, 2021

Norway says its new giant oil field is actually good for the environment. Critics call it climate hypocrisy

Source >>> By Ivana Kottasová, CNN Updated 0028 GMT (0828 HKT) January 20, 2020 See the new Pokémon games coming soon (CNN)It’s not a boast you usually […]
March 2, 2021

World Wildlife Day

Welcome to the first-ever virtual celebration of the United Nations’ World Wildlife Day! This year, we are bringing together representatives of UN member States, UN System […]
March 2, 2021

Quinine: Understanding on the Tree’s Bark

Cinchona (Quinine) has more than 20 species and is today the national tree of Peru and Ecuador. Its original claim to fame was in the effectiveness […]
March 2, 2021

Data informs better solutions reporting

Source >>> byMATTHEW KAUFFMANFeb 23, 2021 in DATA JOURNALISM Data Journalism has never been more valuable, or more accessible. With the growing availability of data, an ever-expanding […]
March 1, 2021

Learning how to be human in Asia

Source >>> Samantha Suppiah 4 days ago·4 min read You would think that you and me, we’re human, no? Mother and daughter outside their yurt in […]
March 1, 2021

How can Asia’s smallholder farmers endure both climate change and Covid-19?

Source >>> With changing weather patterns and temperatures, farmers at the frontlines of global food production are increasingly at risk. What are their biggest challenges, and […]
March 1, 2021

Australian coffee growers get innovative to encourage consumers to drink local

Source >>> Landline /  By Halina Baczkowski and Anna Levy Posted Yesterday at 2:15am, updated Yesterday at 4:22am Australia’s small coffee-growing industry wants you to consider trying a local bean.(Unsplash: Matt Brett) Share […]
February 27, 2021

Can a country prepare for the unforeseen?

Source >>> ANNA WELLENSTEINMIRTHA ESCOBARHARIS SANAHUJACECILIA MARTÍNEZ GÓMEZ |FEBRUARY 11, 2021 This page in: Wounta, Nicaragua. Photo: Isidro Mendoza Alonso In a year already like none […]