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Redwoods are the world’s oldest and biggest trees They capture more CO2 than any other species. Now scientists have discovered they are even bigger than we thought.
A new survey looks at attitudes to co-living, which could help many people find friendly, affordable places to live as city-dwelling soars.
Top stories: New lockdown in Auckland, New Zealand; WHO calls for vaccine supply and distribution to be accelerated; Vaccination programmes continue around the world.
Top stories: EU 'will have to live with virus'; Brazil passes 250,000 confirmed deaths; South Korea begins vaccination programme.
COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in worldwide school closures and children falling behind. Digital learning has proven to be an essential tool in education.
UNICEF and WEF call on logistics firms with international and local footprint who want to be a part of the global collective vaccine distribution effort.
The first COVAX vaccines have been delivered to Africa in Accra, Ghana. The shipment contains 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca/Oxford COVID-19 vaccine.
It is in developed countries’ economic interest to ensure that vaccines are equally distributed to developing countries, writes an economist.
Some cars run on petrol. Some run on electricity. But they all run on silicon and a shortage of computer chips is causing problems.
Tops stories: 'Green pass' opens music concert to vaccinated Israelis; Angela Merkel warns on COVID-19 variants; Single-shot COVID-19 vaccine effective and safe, say US regulators.
The English National Opera is helping sufferers use singing to manage their symptoms – as arts companies worldwide are hit hard by the pandemic.
More than 150 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered around the world. A 12-week gap between some doses has pushed protection rates to 82%.
Racial minority communities that lack internet access are being left behind in the race to get a COVID-19 vaccine, according to research.
Girls are currently at risk due to issues such as domestic violence, with UNESCO predicting that 11 million will not be returning to school post-pandemic.
What are the critical pillars that can set up any partnership for success? Think diverse expertise, local knowledge and a means to share your learnings