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European Union Tourism

European Union recommends easing coronavirus travel restrictions next month to let foreign travellers from more countries enter to boost the stricken tourism industry. The European Union plans on opening up to foreign tourists this summer including Britons but some MPs want restrictions to remain on travelling abroad due to the risk of COVID-19 variants. However,

Reducing methane Production Could reduce global warming

Levels of methane in the atmosphere have doubled since pre-industrial times and It is a potent greenhouse gas that is 10 times more powerful than carbon dioxide at trapping heat in the atmosphere. Roughly halving emissions of the greenhouse gas from human activity, often with existing, cost-effective solutions, would reduce the future rise in global

Twitter Suspends Accounts Sharing Content from Trump Website

As Facebook upheld its own ban on Donald Trump, and YouTube said it will restore the former president’s channel when the risk of violence has decreased. Twitter, where Donald Trump had 88 million followers, has said its ban is permanent, regardless of whether or not Mr Trump runs for office in future. Recently, Twitter has

Long March 5B Landed in Indian Ocean

Most of the Earth’s surface is covered by water so the odds of the debris falling on land were low, and the likelihood of hitting people was even lower. While the timing of the landing had been pinpointed quite closely, the possible landing site had been unclear until the last minutes of the rocket’s descent.

Ransomware attack on critical pipeline fuels

It is not unusual for the pipeline to suffer from outages. For example in the United states it has done so on 30 occasions during the last two decades, usually due to weather-related causes, such as Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Superstorm Sandy in 2012 and Hurricane Harvey in 2017; It has been highlighted again this

Surviving without water

Water is one of the fundamental ingredients for life on Earth and our bodies are mainly composed of it. When we are forced to go without water, things can turn nasty very fast indeed. Around 1.1 billion people lack access to safe drinking water around the world, and a total of 2.7 billion find water

City fossilisation

It is believed that Every 100 years, the mining and construction industries move enough rock around the planet to create a new mountain range. The majority of the world’s iron ore formed nearly two billion years ago. The sand, gravel, and quartz in concrete are among the most resilient substances on Earth. These hard-wearing materials

Valuing an Idea

According to research people rarely assess the value of their own ideas accurately. This means that we often fail to see the potential in our best ideas, leading us to jettison them and waste time on less promising ventures. Fortunately, these studies also suggest some clever ways to avoid making this mistake. we might delay

Smoking on Public Health

With so many people choosing to smoke, it makes sense that they should have better alternatives to cigarettes. The World Health Organization estimates that there will be over a billion smokers by 2025 and with the right mix of government leadership and commercial initiative will dramatically accelerate efforts to reduce the health burden of smoking.

Sustainable Tobacco Companies

Many believe tobacco companies should be excluded when it comes to sustainability. Tobacco companies have long faced skepticism when it comes to their efforts in the sustainability space due to the nature of their products and the harm associated with them. Sustainability is ultimately about continuous improvement and taking steps to minimize negative externalities associated