Coronavirus lockdown will have 'negligible' impact on the climate, says new study
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Russia wants to return to Venus, build reusable rocket
Here in the UK, with traffic noise back to drowning out birdsong, and foreign holidays back on the cards, it is easy to forget the weeks of cleaner air. If we do not seize the opportunity to pause, reflect and plan transformative change, the COVID-19 years could end up being just a small and temporary blip in our overall climate trajectory.
Lions are less likely to attack cattle with eyes painted on their backsides
The head of Russia's space agency said Friday that Roscosmos wants to return to Venus and bring back soil samples and build spacecraft that will surpass Elon Musk's rockets.
Home-educated children left without qualifications as exams replaced with teacher-predicted grades, study shows
The predation of livestock by carnivores, and the retaliatory killing of carnivores as a result, is a major global conservation challenge. Such human-wildlife conflicts are a key driver of large carnivore declines and the costs of coexistence are often disproportionately borne by rural communities in the global south.
UK-India experts seek to stop antibiotic waste that creates more superbugs
The cancelation of exams this year in favor of teacher-predicted grades has had a "significantly detrimental" impact on many home-educated children, who are not able to gain qualifications this summer, a study warns.
Waste generated by India's drug manufacturing industry could be damaging environmental bacteria and creating 'superbugs' that are resistant to antibiotics—prompting a UK-India scientific intervention.