With Donald Trump declaring presidential election victory despite the fact votes are still being counted, could 2020 be a repeat of the infamous George W. Bush versus Al Gore drama? Back in 2000, a recount dispute was settled by the United States Supreme Court, and Bush was eventually declared the winner 36 days after the election. With the race still tight between Trump and Biden, we look at how the legal battle could play out.
We’ve got to start with kids in school. Make taking climate action a credit towards class, or a homework assignment. Make it a team-building exercise. Make it a group effort.
Scientist Brian Cox has waded into the debate.
The BBC has come under fire for allowing former chancellor Nigel Lawson to discuss climate change - which he described as
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Al Gore has launched a scathing attack on David Cameron for ditching a series of environmental measures since winning reelection
Ellie Goulding, Dizzee Rascal and Jennifer Hudson are among the acts who will be entertaining crowds of students at the UK’s
German magazine Der Spiegel recently conducted an interview with Randy Olson, a renowned biology professor and producer of
Rupert Murdoch made a bold promise to "expose" Google and its executive chairman Eric Schmidt on Twitter before suddenly
Despite the laughable hypocrisy, the benefits of celebrity environmentalism are obvious, even when they merely regurgitate inoffensive green buzzwords. They draw attention to unnoticed issues. They mobilise people. When they speak, we listen.