Despite the worldwide lockdown restrictions, carbon dioxide emissions increased to levels higher than the previous record from four million years ago.
The behaviour exhibited on dating apps can be profoundly demoralising, writes social researcher Joanne Orlando – and it creeps into our lives offline
As surely as the rains fall and flowers blossom, the Northern Hemisphere awakens every June to another, less inspiring rite of spring—a new peak level for global atmospheric carbon dioxide. This year, that number is 419 carbon dioxide molecules for every million molecules of air, a.k.a. parts per million.
The area stricken by drought has more than doubled since last year
Temperatures reach 34.7C in Russian capital as weather bureau blames climate change
The mum posted a photo of her pre-schooler's lunch on a popular Facebook group, but instead of friendly banter about the prettily prepared lunch the mum was slammed.
“We have had the most extraordinary year of drought & cold ever known in the history of America. . . . The crop of corn thro’ the Atlantic states will probably be less than 1/3 of an ordinary one, that of tobo still less, and of mean
Pursuit of ‘normal birth’ has sometimes compromised the safety of mothers and babies, with consequences for maternity care
The New England Aquarium in Boston accepted an entrance ticket purchased in 1983 that allows the holder to return “at anytime in the future.”
A STAGGERING seven new iPhones could be on their way this year as an Apple filing appears to confirm multiple new models. The tech giant has publicly filed model numbers for the iPhone 13, iPhone 1