The Miami Seaquarium and its owners must recognize the Indigenous rights of her Lummi relatives and Sk’aliCh’elh-tenaut’s inherent rights to be with her family in her native ecosystem.
In the World Health Organization’s annual global tuberculosis report, the UN agency responsible for international public health forecasts hundreds of thousands of people recovering from, or avoiding the disease of TB altogether. Since 2000, TB treatment has averted the deaths of 60 million people, the disease itself being treatable with the right medicine.
Numbers of gray wolves have soared over the last four decades—from under a hundred refugees hiding out in northeastern Minnesota and Michigan’s upper peninsula to around 6,000 individuals.
Germany is headed for second consecutive year of substantial reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, as a sharp drop in coal consumption is driving a decline of the country’s overall energy use in 2019.
The so-called “Right to Repair” law says spare parts should remain available for at least seven to ten years after the appliance has been sold.
The UK Government has announced a world-leading new tax on plastic packaging in the autumn Budget.
Researchers believe that the new battery can lift a 12-seat plane off the ground and keep it off long enough for some commercially-viable flights without using fossil fuels.
Pakistan’s highest court on Wednesday ordered the release of a Christian woman who had been sentenced to death for blasphemy.
A number of tech companies have joined Apple, PayPal, Lyft and Yelp in a corporate brief urging the Supreme Court to reject the notion that businesses can choose to discriminate against LGBT customers.
Qatar has committed to a range of labour law reforms, including the introduction of a minimum wage.