Glasgow has announced a new goal of completely eliminating all unnecessary plastics by the year 2030 and eliminate all single use plastics by 2022.
Data from the 2019 Legatum Prosperity Index shows that the LGBTQ+ community is experiencing increasing levels of tolerance in nearly all regions of the world over the last decade.
In the 1950s there was only around 450 humpback whales left off the region surrounding the coast of Brazil. A new study shows 25,000 in the same region today.
Global Sesame Street has announced this week that a new show Ahlan Simsim (“Welcome Sesame” in Arabic) will debut in February of 2020.
Fukushima, Japan has been making plans to rebuild and transform into a hub of renewable energy.
On November 11 European regulators approved the first Ebola vaccine.
The plan includes $1 billion to go towards affordable housing investment funds and programs to support first time home owners.
Over the summer Microsoft in Japan tested out a 4-day work week. They reported that their employees were 40% more productive during the trail run of the 4-day work week program.
Michael Drake, NCAA board chair, said on the new policies, "We must embrace change to provide the best possible experience for college athletes…"
Germany is predicted to complete its second year in a row of significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Along with the country’s lessening reliance on coal, Germany is consuming less energy and producing less CO2 than previously predicted.