In an era where climate change poses one of the most significant challenges to humanity, the European Union (EU) has demonstrated its commitment to a sustainable future by unveiling its ambitious climate goals for 2040.
Colombian President Gustavo Petro announced on Wednesday his decision to declare a state of natural disaster. This declaration comes as an immediate response to the widespread fires that have been exacerbated by high temperatures and the meteorological phenomenon known as El Niño.
The year 2024 has been officially heralded as the ‘Year of the Cicadas’. In an extraordinary display of natural synchronicity, two distinct broods of periodical cicadas.
As the dawn of 2024 unfolds, the European Union (EU) finds itself at a critical juncture, navigating a complex web of international affairs with a renewed sense of urgency and purpose.
Global warming, a phenomenon that has been at the forefront of scientific discussions for the past few decades, has profound implications for our planet’s ecosystems.
In a significant move towards combating climate change, a coalition of 11 European Union member states, led by France, has called for nuclear energy to be placed on an equal footing with renewable sources in the pursuit of carbon neutrality by 2050.
In the past few weeks, the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwest Iceland has been the epicenter of an alarming increase in volcanic activity. This activity culminated in the eruption of a volcano, prompting the evacuation of around 4,000 residents of the fishing town of Grindavík.
The Caribbean, renowned for its stunning beaches, vibrant marine life, and lush landscapes, is facing a crisis that threatens its very essence.
The conflict between Israel and Gaza has been a longstanding and complex issue, marked by periods of intense violence and warfare. While much attention is rightly focused on the human cost of these conflicts.
Several powerful countries, including Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Japan, have voiced their disagreement on the sidelines of the 28th annual Conference of the Parties (COP 28)