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Scientists widely accepted: Study

Scientists and their research are widely viewed in a positive light and a large majority believe that government investments in scientific research yield benefits for society, according to an international research. The international survey by...
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Two in five plants across the world under threat of extinction

Two in five of the world’s plants are at risk of extinction as a result of destruction of nature, according to the Royal Botanic Kew Gardens report on State of the World’s Plants and...
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Humanity waging war on Nature: UN chief Guterres

Accusing humanity of “waging war on nature”, UN chief, António Guterres said that deforestation, climate change and conversion of wilderness for human food production are destroying Earth’s web of life. “We are part of that...
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Inaccurate information lethal as Viruses: UNESCO

In a world where COVID-19 has caused chaos and complexity, the UNESCO said that access to reliable and verified information was more important as Information was essential for encouraging healthy behaviours and saving lives. In...
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Rozma Ghafouri; a life dedicated to sports and helping refugees 

Dedicated to football and to help the refugee children in Iran to better their life, Rozma Ghafouri has been chosen as the regional winner for Asia for UNHCR's Nansen Refugee Award, a prestigious annual...
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COVID 19 awakened need to transform/rebalance way food is consumed; FAO

The world losses a substantial amount of food produced when millions of people go hungry.  About 14 percent of food produced is lost between harvest and retail and a significant quantity is also wasted in...
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Love for nature makes Khusi Chidaliya UNEP TEG ambassador

Khusi Chidaliya was always passionate about protecting nature. She is only 17 but was always in front of all when issues related to environment came up. This girl from Surat was always in the...
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Changes in Red Blood cells help in determining Covid severity

The severity of Covid 19 in patients can be determined by examining the changes in the red blood cells, according to a new study. In the new study, the researchers found that the changes in...
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Sabuni Francoise Chikunda, a teacher and counsellor who feels to do more for the...

Activist Sabuni Francoise Chikunda fits into many places. She is a teacher, counsellor and many more. For some children, she is a dedicated English teacher. But for others at the Kabazana women’s centre where...
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World Leaders reaffirm their commitment to reverse biodiversity

Leaders from across the world pledged their commitment to reverse biodiversity loss by 2030, sending a united signal to step up global ambition and encourage others to match their collective ambition for nature, climate...