Probably not many people waking up next Sunday 21 March will be aware that it is the International Day of Forests — but they should be.Continue reading
The world is slowly coming to terms with the idea that Covid-19 is here to stay and we will have to somehow learn to live with it.
Coupled with the imperative to try to slow down global warming to avoid a climate catastrophe hitting today’s young, this has huge implications not only for our way of life but also for our economies, the way we shop and very likely our diets.
The sunny summer that started in July and lasted for about three months seems to have done wonders for the British economy.
A look at the UK’s third-quarter gross domestic product reveals that the sectors that grew the most, contributing to the healthy 0.8 percent quarter-on-quarter and 1.5% year-on-year expansion, are those that depend heavily on the weather.