By Rory Cellan-Jones*
Is trusted newsworth paying for?
As Gajanand Dukre parks his water tanker in a drought-stricken Indian village, dozens of locals - mostly women in saris — come running with jerrycans, buckets and stainless steel pots.
Water tankers prove a lifeline for India's parched villages
The UK has been accused of ‘silently eroding’ key environmental and human health protections in the Brexit-inspired rush to convert thousands of pages of European Union pesticide policy into British law.
UK accused of 'silently eroding' EU pesticide rules in Brexit laws
People worldwide could be ingesting five grams of microscopic plastic particles every week, equivalent in weight to a credit card, researchers said Wednesday.
Do you consume a credit card's worth of plastic every week?
A petrochemical company owned by Britain’s richest man, Jim Ratcliffe, is attempting to overrule a Yorkshire council to drill a shale gas well next to a sheltered housing development.
Yorkshire village faces petrochemical giant in anti-fracking fight
Miyako Shirakawa was a 19-year-old college student when she was raped by an older man. She said that when the attack started, her mind went blank and she froze up.
Outrage at acquittals in rape cases sparks calls to fix Japanese law
The Vatican launched into the debate on gender ideology, publishing an educational document called ‘Male and Female He Created Them’ in a bid to tackle what it called ‘an educational crisis’.
Vatican launches guide to tackle 'educational crisis' on gender
Electricity, when it arrived in Nosisi Rasmeni’s life, seemed to promise a better future.
Electricity price hikes leaving millions of South Africans in dark
"It is important that you understand how the food web works when managing a fishery. It is not enough to manage how the fish and fisheries are changing. The availability and quality of food is at least as important", said Lena Bergström, researcher at the Department of Aquatic Resources at the Swedish Agricultural University.
Skinny cod, grey seal reveals troubling changes to food web in Baltic Sea
Podiums at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be made from plastic waste donated by local residents or collected from the sea, organizers said Tuesday, as part of a sustainability push.
2020 Olympic podiums to be made from recycled plastic

Page Generated in 0/1067 sec