New climate plans fall far short of limiting global warming to 1.5°C
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New climate plans fall far short of limiting global warming to 1.5°C

Aerial view of the petrochemical plant at China Wenjie Dong/Getty Images According to a new analysis, countries have not offered enough bold plans to
Global demand for fish expected to almost double by 2050
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Global demand for fish expected to almost double by 2050

A fishnet net caught sardines, Furadouro beach Portugal Tobias Weber/ Alamy Stock Photos According to an assessment, the world's need for fish will
UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030
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UN says global carbon emissions set to rise 16 per cent by 2030

A coal-fired power station in Hammerstadt, Germany Florian Gärtner/Photothek via Getty Images Today's UN analysis revealed that global carbon dioxide
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The World Health Organization compiles data on global COVID-19 vaccine figures but says it can't reveal how many of its own staff have been vaccinated

The World Health Organization declined to disclose the number of people who have been vaccinated with COVID-19. According to the agency, the
John Warr leaves Wendy Wu Tours
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John Warr leaves Wendy Wu Tours

John Warr was the global sales director for Wendy Wu Tours, an escorted tour specialist. He has left the company to pursue other opportunities. Glen
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Tesla could soar 32% in the next year as chip-shortage woes subside and global demand rebounds, Wedbush says

Tesla Model S Plaid. Tesla Dan Ives, Wedbush's CEO, reiterated Friday his $1,000 12-month target for Tesla. Analysts expect a variety of concerns,
Are we eating ourselves to extinction?
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Are we eating ourselves to extinction?

In the middle of eastern Turkey, in a field of golden fields overshadowed with grey mountains, I touched an endangered species. It was a long-term
Some animals are evolving new body shapes as the climate changes
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Some animals are evolving new body shapes as the climate changes

A crimson rosella (Platycercus elegans), an Australian Parrot that is gaining more money as the world heats Kevin Dickinson / Alamy Endotherms are
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3 reasons to stick with Chinese stocks even as they are battered by regulation, according to Allianz

Jack Ma was responsible for Alibaba's 2014 debut on the NYSE. Andrew Burton/Getty Images Allianz Global Investors believes that there is still a
From coffee to microchips – how the supply chain crisis is disrupting UK plc
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From coffee to microchips – how the supply chain crisis is disrupting UK plc

Chicken is running out in fast food restaurants. The wages of hauliers are on the rise. Crops are dying in the fields. Britain's supply chain crisis