In today’s edition of Squirrel News, Rwanda is on it’s way to eliminate cervical cancer thanks to a strong HPV vaccination programme, Houston is implementing green sustainable solutions to prevent floods, and Australian agronomist Tony Rinaudo explains how to restore forest landscapes.
In today’s Issue of Squirrel News, the four-day work week trial in the UK is already having a positive impact, student initiatives are transforming a Dutch city with 1000 mobile trees, and cricket and golf clubs across the UK are fostering biodiversity on their territory.
In today’s edition of Squirrel news, the UN recognise a clean environment as a human right, Parisians get the world’s largest underground cooling network, and Italy protects Sardinian forest with hi-tech fire sensors.
In today’s issue of Squirrel News, Cape Town gets the world’s tallest building that is made with hemp, a Swiss airport is added a completely wooden dock, and in Great Britain wild bison returned for the first time in thousands of years.
In today’s issue of Squirrel News, Botswana is about to end HIV transmission from mothers to babies, Spain is making short and medium distance trains free this autumn, and a tree “adoption” scheme improves reforestation and employment in Kenya.
In today’s edition of Squirrel News, architects return to an old, sustainable construction material, Antarctica’s fin whales population increases, and a human hair invention helps remove oil spills.