June 17, 2021

Facebook Lifts Ban On Posts Claiming COVID-19 Was Man-Made

Facebook has lifted a ban on posts claiming Covid-19 was man-made, following a resurgence of interest in the “lab leak” theory of the disease’s onset.
June 4, 2021

Domestic Vaccine Passport Plans Set To Be Scrapped By UK Government

Plans for the use of COVID-19 passports as a legal requirement for entry to large events in the UK this summer are set to be dropped, according to a report.
May 19, 2021

Ugandan Schoolgirl And Her Aunt Plant More Than 5,000 Fruit Trees

A young Ugandan schoolgirl and her aunt have planted more than 5,000 fruit trees as part of the Movement of Life project’s ‘End Heart Disease: Plant a Fruit Tree’ campaign.
May 6, 2021

Vital Soil Organisms Being Harmed By Pesticides, Study Shows

Pesticides are causing widespread damage to the tiny creatures that keep soils healthy and underpin all life on land, according to the first comprehensive review of the issue.
May 6, 2021

Hundreds Of Thousands Join Peaceful Unite For Freedom March In Central London

On Saturday 24th April, hundreds of thousands of people took part in a peaceful ‘Unite For Freedom’ march in central London.
December 17, 2020

Covid Pandemic Could Push More Than A Billion People Worldwide Into Extreme Poverty, United Nations Warns

Another 207 million people could be driven into extreme poverty by the severe long-term impact of the coronavirus pandemic, bringing the total number to more than one billion by 2030, the United Nations has warned.
October 15, 2020

United Nations World Food Programme Wins Nobel Peace Prize

The 2020 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to the United Nations World Food Programme.
July 24, 2020

Monsanto To Pay $52 Million Over Alleged Role In Contaminating U.S. Waterways For Nearly 50 Years

Monsanto has agreed to pay $52 million to the District of Columbia in the United States over the company's alleged role in the contamination of the Potomac River and other local waterways for nearly 50 years during the 20th century.