Evidence from South Korea tells a precautionary tale about rushing to end lockdown, without the right public health measures in place.
Transport and industry may be considered the biggest sources of greenhouse emissions, but with 14 per cent of emissions coming from our homes, where we live is as bad for the environment as what we drive due to the ubiquitous gas combi-boiler.
Despite the overwhelming majority of the British public enraged by the government’s handling of the Dominic Cummings scandal, Boris Johnson has again refused to apologise or admit his chief aide broke any rules and instead told the public to “move on” during a meeting of the Parliamentary Liaison Committee.
There are hundreds of online gambling brands competing for your attention by sponsoring sports teams, television shows, and events. However, when you look into the ownership of these different bingo, betting, and poker brands, you find that the majority are owned by just a handful of larger companies.
Hollywood actress Alyssa Milano was one of the first high profile celebrities to talk openly about her first-hand experience with hair loss following a coronavirus diagnosis, but is it more to do with stress than Covid-19?
The two-year lifecycle is now commonly more like three or four years, which is positive news for the environment but means that some users may find themselves suddenly unable to use some of their favourite apps, after app developers move on and drop support for older devices.
Booking any form of international trip may feel optimistic at the moment, but with a variety of new rules coming into force for British travellers on 1 January holidaymakers should start to plan now to avoid frustrations and disappointments next year.
Travel restrictions has meant millions of Britons missed out on summer holidays this year, but that doesn’t stop us dreaming of our next adventures. And once the world reopens, the travel destinations will be cleaner, clearer, and more beautiful than ever
Global temperatures are rising at a level which is not sustainable for the environment to survive and the science is clear that human activity is to blame. However, change can be difficult and after decades of growth that have depended on oil, plastics, and ever increasing production, where do you even start?