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Overfishing is taking its toll on big fish and marine mammals caught by accident, but a number of creative solutions can help tackle this growing problem.
Coffee drinkers were found to be less likely to develop fatty liver disease, liver cancer or die from chronic liver disease, with three to four cups being optimal.
Returning land to its natural state is essential to boost the quality and quantity of the ecosystems that support plant, bird, wildlife and insect species.
A study has found people of colour face greater levels of heat stress than white residents in American urban areas. Segregation could be the cause.
The virus that causes COVID-19 is mutating constantly, and often these changes have little impact. The WHO is currently tracking four variants of concern.
As more research on COVID-19 emerges, studies report the disease doesn’t just attack the respiratory system – it can spread to other organs too.
Climate change, conflict zones and access to healthcare and medicines top the World Health Organization's new list.
She was just 12 when she first took on plastic pollution in Bali. Now the co-founder of the Bye Bye Plastic Bags campaign wants to inspire other young change-makers around the world.
Scientists say man-made climate change is affecting our biggest rainforest’s ability to protect the planet.
Inspired by a string of highly successful tech start-ups, the youth of Southeast Asia has its sights set on building the next business unicorn.
Finland has new working laws giving people even more flexibility. Check out how working in Finland is changing to benefit workers and businesses.
Warming temperatures are melting the Arctic ice, disrupting the way of life of both people and animals. Can Canadian environmental protections save this vital region?
New findings suggest improving air quality in the country could give a considerable boost to solar energy.