Joe Biden’s plan to tackle climate change has been described as “ambitious”. As president he wants the US to reach net zero emissions by 2050. He aims to make US electricity production carbon-free by 2035, […]
On streets across Europe, a secret organisation of artists who go by the name AnonyMouse have been creating little places for mice to use. From a record store in Lund, to a miniature castle on […]
In 1851, Joe Biden’s great, great, great grandfather, Edward Blewitt, left the little Irish town of Ballina for the US. Once known as the salmon fishing capital of Ireland, and for being the birthplace of […]
Wolfgang Siess is a professional hang glider pilot and instructor from Austria, but because of the coronavirus tandem hang gliding and competitions were banned meaning Wolfgang lost his job. Realising his sport was in danger […]
Storm Eta has brought torrential rain and high winds to Central America and has devastated the home of 22-year-old Honduran Aileen. Luckily her family, which include her 75-year-old grandmother, mother, two brothers, sister and two […]
What does it take to become a leader? From deep in the Maasai lands of Kenya to high in the mountains of Tibet, we talk to three traditional leaders on what they have learnt in […]
Tawanda Kanhema carried Street View cameras across Zimbabwe in 2018, so it would have a more complete representation on Google Maps.
Gail Albert-Halaban has been photographing people through their windows for over 10 years (with permission). She says it brings a sense of connection to strangers within the community.
Brian and Karin Trautman have been isolating on a desert island in the Bahamas for over 100 days. But the hurricane season is fast-approaching…
Nine-year-old Stephen from western Kenya has come up with an ingenious way for friends and family to wash their hands while reducing any potential spread of the coronavirus. The video has had over 6M views […]