Wildfires, drought, flooding and rising sea levels are putting historic monuments, buildings and environments in Wales at risk, experts have said.
Climate change 'puts Welsh historic environments at risk'
Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the power sector fell by two percent last year, the biggest fall since at least 1990, owing to reduced coal usage in Europe and the United States, a study showed on Monday.
Global CO2 emissions from power sector fell two percent last year: Study
With 74 confirmed cases and three deaths, Australia is far from making the top of the countries worst-affected by the new coronavirus. But thousands of shoppers seem to think otherwise, and it appears their worst fear is finding themselves stuck in the toilet without a square to spare.
Australians scrap over toilet rolls amid coronavirus panic buying
Anna Nga longed to see her children return to the classroom again.
Cameroon refugees struggle to cope with life of need in Nigeria
The rare Tiehm's buckwheat stands less than a foot tall (30 centimeters) in Nevada's rocky high desert, its thin, leafless stems adorned with tiny yellow flowers in spring.
Mine fight pits electric cars against flower
Bangkok’s future hangs in the balance. Rising sea levels, unchecked development, groundwater extraction, and rapid urban population growth has left millions vulnerable to natural disasters — scientists warn the city itself may not survive the century.
Meet Thailand's secret weapon in climate change battle
We're drowning in plastic. In 2017, the US produced nearly 35.4 million tons (32 million metric tons) of the stuff, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. If you want to reduce your own contribution to the plastic pollution problem, recycling might seem like an easy solution, Live Science wrote.
How much plastic actually gets recycled?
More than 60 staff at a hospital in the Irish city of Cork were asked on Friday to self-isolate after the country's first community transmission of coronavirus was found there, an Irish health official was quoted as saying.
More than 60 Cork University Hospital staff asked to self-isolate
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) says the new coronavirus outbreak has deprived nearly 300 million students of their schooling, as the highly-contagious disease has so far infected more than 95,000 people worldwide.
Nearly 300 million students worldwide missing class due to coronavirus outbreak: UNESCO

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