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The Prince of Wales and Jony Ive launch the Terra Carta Design Lab
Former Apple designer Jony Ive has teamed up with The Prince of Wales to launch an initiative that will encourage Royal College of Art students to propose designs that tackle climate change.
Foresight on the foreshore: Sydney's Bondi to Manly walk
It was during the 2007 election campaign and into the Rudd years that defence minister John Faulkner and Rudd senior staffer Lachlan Harris began walking together.
France and Japan pledge 'active' Indo-Pacific collaboration
France and Japan on Saturday pledged to "actively" collaborate in an Indo-Pacific partnership to work for progress on issues including security and climate change.
Unesco urged not to give heritage status to Thai park amid claims of Indigenous abuses
UN human rights experts have urged Unesco not to grant World Heritage Site status to a national park in Thailand, where they said Indigenous people are being arrested and evicted from their traditional lands.
Researchers say you're breathing animal DNA
A team of researchers from the Queen Mary University of London and the Hamerton Zoo Park recently demonstrated they could identify and collect the DNA of dozens of different species of animal by simply extracting it from the air we breathe.
Inholm neighbourhood in Cambridgeshire will feature healthy homes and sociable streets
Dezeen promotion: House by Urban Splash aims to reinvent suburbia, with a Cambridgeshire neighbourhood that is designed for healthy living.
Laplace and Piet Oudolf transform 18th-century naval hospital into Hauser & Wirth art gallery
Architecture studio Laplace and landscape architect Piet Oudolf have transformed and repurposed a collection of historic buildings on Isla del Rey in Menorca into an art centre for the Hauser & Wirth gallery.
World's feral pigs produce as much CO2 as 1.1m cars each year, study finds
The climate impact of wild pigs around the world is equivalent to the greenhouse gas emissions of 1.1m cars annually, according to new research.
Winemakers seek climate protection and biodiversity | DW | 19.07.2021
The sound of nature is all around at the Brauneberg-Mandelgraben vineyard in Germany's wine country, near the Luxembourg border.