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Journalist warns Solskjaer of deceptive nature of Woodward’s last wish

Journalist Duncan Castles has warned Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of what he claims is the true nature of Ed Woodward's latest statement.Woodward,...

Protecting nature is vital to escape ‘era of pandemics’ – report...

The world is in an "era of pandemics" and unless the destruction of the natural world is stopped, they will emerge more often, spread...

The world’s banks must start valuing nature and stop paying for...

The scientific community has long been unequivocal about the destruction of biodiversity. Last month, the UN reported that the world had not fully...

Kamchatka: Toxic algae blamed for “massive death” of marine life in...

Russia blamed the toxic algae for the massive death of marine life in a remote volcanic region in northeast Russia, rather than...

‘Reflects the nature of our communities’: health official says spread of...

While the Ontario government has identified the Region of Peel and the neighboring city of Toronto as provincial hotspots for COVID-19, Peel's...

Covid-19 unmasked the true nature of Donald Trump and Trumpism |...

JIn case you were about to feel an unknown spasm of sympathy for Donald Trump following his coronavirus contraction, this week provided a helpful...

The French archipelago of Kerguelen, a maritime nature reserve teeming with...

Published on: 10/05/2020 – 17:52 YOU ARE THE © FRANCE 24 Located 13,000 kilometers from the French continent, in the...

Nations pledge to reverse the loss of nature by 2030

Paris (AFP) Dozens of countries representing more than a quarter of global GDP on Monday released a new set of commitments for "urgent...

Trendy, wild and far from opulent – the last chateau-hotel in...

There is something more than a little deja vu about this spa with its barrel bath, honey and wine wraps and grape therapies....

Humans exploiting and destroying nature on an unprecedented scale – report...

Wildlife populations are plummeting around the world, driven by human overconsumption, population growth and intensive agriculture, according to a major new assessment...

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