The heir to the throne told viewers: 'Your future depends upon the future of the planet'
President Joe Biden appears to have conceded that he doesn't have the votes to increase corporate taxes.
Extinction Rebellion and others urged to use ‘more constructive’ methods to avert ‘catastrophic’ climate crisis Halt destruction of nature or risk ‘dead planet’, leading businesses warnThe Prince of Wales has said he understands why campaigners from organisations such as Extinction Rebellion take to the streets to demand action on the climate crisis but has called for “more constructive rather than destructive” methods.
Eskom’s tariff proposal has been rejected by Nersa and the power utility has warned that this will result in taxpayers having to fund another bailout.
Twitter said in April that it was undertaking a new effort to study algorithmic fairness on its platform and whether its algorithms contribute to “unintentional harms.” As part of that work, the company promised to study the political leanings of its content recommendations. Now, the company has published its initial findings. According to Twitter’s research team, the company’s timeline algorithm amplifies content from the “political right” in six of the seven countries it studied.
Reactions were mixed on social media, with some critics pointing to the royal family's frequent travel by helicopter, which produces high carbon emissions.
Chicago’s lack of public bathrooms is an inconvenience for everyone and a human rights issue for people who are homeless or have medical needs.
Samus Aran. The name conjures a lot of intense adjectives: powerful, fearless, resolute. And little has changed about Samus since
Sandals, slides, and other open-toed footwear have boomed in popularity since the pandemic began and many of us became accustomed to staying at home for long stretches of time. Comfort has been paramount over the past two years, leading to a range of brands going all-in on sandals. Kanye West and adidas’ YEEZY operation has [
In an interview with BBC that aired early Thursday, the Duke of Cambridge spoke of "a rise in climate anxiety" among young people whose "futures are basically threatened" by the climate crisis.
Prince Charles' famous Aston Martin, once gifted to him by Queen Elizabeth II, uses a royally unique fuel source: wine and cheese.
Speaking in the gardens of his house on the Balmoral estate in Aberdeen, Prince Charles said he is 'deeply worried' about the Earth and said that humans are 'over exploiting' and damaging nature.