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Geopolitical conflicts now much easier to predict through new early warning tool
In response to rising tensions over water scarcity, climate data is now being used to identify ‘conflict hotspots’
The first wild beavers in 400 years are shown to benefit the climate and communities in England
By helping flora and fauna to flourish and reducing flood risks, these beavers in Devon are here to stay
Solar power startup provides portable plug-in systems so even rented apartments can harness green energy
A start-up intends to make solar power accessible for all by developing a system that allows renters to bring green energy into their apartments.
The Welsh language is set to flourish in the coming years.
According to long-term projections on endangeed languages, it is predicted that Welsh will thrive.
California becomes the first US state to ban discrimination against natural hair
Policies that ban natural hairstyles in school or the workplace have finally been made illegal
Science-backed policy boosts critically endangered Nassau grouper
A news study shows that the population of Nassau grouper around Little Cayman Island has more than tripled.
New protein produced ‘from thin air’ aims to rival soya in the next few years
Splitting hydrogen from water, Finnish scientists have created a potentially carbon-neutral protein that mimics the function of palm oil
Clumps of immune tissue in tumours could be used as a revolutionary way to treat cancers
Scientists have discovered tiny clumps of immune tissue that form within tumours and are harnassing this knowledge to come up with a novel way to tackle cancer.
In Cyprus, activism for women’s rights has been galvanised by teenager’s fight for justice
Responding to Briton’s conviction, gender politics has finally taken the island by storm
Spain has already reached their 2030 target of ditching the use of coal in energy production
In one year instead of ten, Spanish CO2 emissions from energy have dropped by a third