A combination of both vaccines or drugs would be needed
Nanosatellite launch is a big step forward for African space science
The science of sugar: why we’re hardwired to love it and what eating too much does to your brain – podcast
Rhino horn consumers reveal why a legal trade alone won’t save rhinos
2021 was one of the hottest years on record – and it could also be the coldest we’ll ever see again
The fact 2021 was among the world’s hottest years despite these cooling forces shows just how strong the long-term ...
How COVID-19 is affecting school attendance in South Africa: piecing together the puzzle
What needs to be done by researchers and those who frame policy
Indian agriculture: The route post-CoP 26
Strategies and pathways that can make Indian agriculture resilient and sustainable in a changing climate
COVID-19: Has Big Pharma enabled the rise of omicron
Major drug companies do not want to share the know-how for their vaccines; uneven global vaccine access is now resulting in emergence ...
Chalk streams: why ‘England’s rainforests’ are so rare and precious
England’s chalk streams support a wide variety of biodiversity; but anthropogenic pressures are destroying these icons of English culture
Food security policy formulation: What can India learn from other countries?
Food shortage, inflation, irrational polices: What not to do to avoid economic disasters
South African and UK hospitalisation data: What it tells us about how deadly omicron is
Does omicron cause less serious disease than delta and will omicron waves be shorter in duration than delta waves?
We are not at peace with nature
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Omicron: What the next few weeks will look like
Social mixing over Christmas is likely to increase infections
Blue-sky thinking: Net-zero aviation is more than a flight of fantasy
Only battery, hydrogen electric options significantly reduce non-CO₂ climate impacts such as oxides of nitrogen, soot particles, oxidised sulphur ...
Delivering climate action: The road ahead for India after CoP26
We need many more important and concrete measures to drastically reduce emissions.
The warning lights are on for malaria medicines in Africa
Sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine, an alternative drug, was also showing signs of failure
Radioactive pollution in water: A global concern for human health
Radioactive contamination is more prevalent in groundwater than surface water
French Revolution, Arab Springs and food price due to climate change
Loss in food production increases prices; that, in turn, influences people’s food intake and fuels conflicts
A new report shows worrying growth of the diabetes pandemic
One in 10 adults worldwide — 537 million people — now live with diabetes
Wealthy nations starved the developing world of vaccines. Omicron shows the cost of this greed
10 high-income countries will be sitting on more than 870 million excess doses by end of 2021
The dreaded rainforest shift
The implications of the world’s largest rainforest competing with human-generated greenhouse gases are alarming
Moderna’s brazen patent grab on a COVID-19 jab
The US administration is finally putting its foot down on the appropriation of public research by drug firms
Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021: OIE initiatives for responsible, prudent use of antimicrobials in animals in Asia-Pacific
The organisation conducted workshops to spread awareness & understand how antimicrobial use data can be shared among stakeholders
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Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021: How to develop a template for community action on AMR
ReAct Asia Pacific is engaging community stakeholder groups to mainstream action on antibiotic resistance