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Research conducted by Australia’s national science body showed that there was 29% less plastic waste on beaches than in 2013.
Members of the World Trade Organization have introduced a new subsidies ban under a new 'Fisheries Agreement'.
Europe is looking to ramp up its green energy use and reduce its reliability on Russian gas supplies, with plans to install 40GW of solar power this year in 2022.
In an exciting expedition to the forests of Mexico, researchers discovered six new adorable frog species.
California has started building the world's largest urban wildlife crossing over a ten lane highway near Los Angeles on Route 101.
Supermarkets in Brussels have recently started growing fruit and vegetable on their rooftops as part of a project that has been financed by the European Union.
India has banned single-use plastic in a bold move to cut down on plastic pollution.
Scientists from RMIT University in Australia have developed an antibacterial texture that can be used on food packaging to help improve shelf life and reduce waste.
In an incredible development, scientists at Stanford University in California have developed solar panels that work at night.
Scientists have used gene editing to produce tomatoes with higher vitamin D levels to help those with vitamin D insufficiency.
Researchers have unveiled that blow flies could be used to investigate chemical weapons in addition to other chemicals in the environment.
Researchers for the University of Utah have discovered a venom compound in deep water cone snails.
Researchers have developed a genetically modified form of lettuce that produces a drug to protect against bone density loss in microgravity.
Research conducted by the University of Birmingham concluded that three plants could significantly reduce pollution to improve living conditions.
Australia has introduced new measures to help struggling residents with the cost of inflation, offering them up to $1,000.
The city of Mumbai in India has successfully vaccinated 100% of its adult population, becoming the first major city to achieve such a feat.
Mary Tester, a marine life rescue medic who previously saved Freddie the seal along the bank of the Thames in London, has helped to attract government support
International pop sensation Meredith O’Connor, recently announced the launch of her exciting new talk show on Instagram.
Joe Stafford, from the University of Manchester in the UK, has decided to embark on a 1400km journey to raise funds for UK-Med’s Ukraine Appeal.
In Civitavecchia, Italy, the Italian School of Water Rescue Dogs has certified more than 300 pups through a three-year program to become lifeguards.
Nairobi National Park has recently welcomed a new member to their ever-growing Black-Rhino population
Researchers recently conducted a study that found that four new shelter designs could increase the survival chances of firefighters.
A new electronic tattoo developed by engineers at the University of Texas in Austin can continuously monitor blood pressure.
Researchers from Cambridge University have created a battery that captures carbon dioxide whilst it charges.
Pyrolysis technology could help us turn PPE waste into renewable fuel.
Researchers from Cambridge University have been working in collaboration with domestic appliances manufacturer Beko to develop a new ‘robot chef’.
A researcher from the University of Copenhagen has developed the world’s first cheese robot, to help cheese production companies better manage quality control.
Researchers have been developing a solar cell design for windows to help harvest sustainable energy.