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Fighting climate change: New risks call for new ways

Fighting climate change: New risks call for new ways

The world’s just gone past its warmest decade on record.

S Korea’s emerging feminists reject marriage

S Korea’s emerging feminists reject marriage

No dating, no marriage and no babies: two South Korean YouTubers who vow to stay single have caused uproar in the east Asian nation as it battles the world’s lowest fertility rate.

Can America ever choose justice over vengeance?

Can America ever choose justice over vengeance?

It might just be America’s greatest moral panic since the Salem Witch Trials of the 1690s.

New decade begins with Serena still chasing Court

New decade begins with Serena still chasing Court

As the calendar flipped to 2020, Serena Williams was once again being feted, this time as sportswoman of the decade in the United States.

Identity, tradition and architecture

Identity, tradition and architecture

Change is intrinsic to all living organisms; it is intrinsic also to human institutions and to the arts that accompany them, and without which they cannot live.

Australian bushfires raise extinction risk for threatened species

Australian bushfires raise extinction risk for threatened species

The term catastrophic is an understatement to describe Australia’s indescribably tragic bushfire season. More than half a billion animals and 29 humans have been killed in the fires across eastern and southern Australia since September.

Why an Ebola vaccine is not enough

Why an Ebola vaccine is not enough

When the US Food and Drug Administration approved the new Ebola vaccine Ervebo last month, I was elated.

Is Trump set to survive and win a second term?

Is Trump set to survive and win a second term?

It was, the White House tweeted on Friday, “an incredible week” for Donald Trump. On that, no one could disagree. But what kind of incredible depended on which end of Pennsylvania Avenue you were standing.

2019 second-hottest year; coming years could be even hotter!

2019 second-hottest year; coming years could be even hotter!

2019 was the second-hottest year since records began, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said recently, warning that heat was likely to lead to more extreme weather events like the Australian bushfires in 2020 and beyond.

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