Hundreds of millions of people in coastal areas would be threatened if climate change continues unabated, the UN’s climate body warned.
The United Nations environmental body, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has released a report detailing how humans are accelerating climate change in the way we use land on this planet. While the problems are wide-spread and deeply-rooted, we look at how we can all make individual contributions in the fight against further damage.
Researchers are urging fast action to limit global warming before it's too late.
Anger was the overriding emotion on social media as news came through regarding the death of Rashan Charles following a car
Mistakes can happen in any organisation. Both intentionally and unintentionally, bias or prejudice can creep in and blinkers can prevent the truth from being seen as it really is. Even if no mistakes were made, without external scrutiny many will not believe that to be the case. This means that errors or corruption cannot be addressed and that honest officers cannot be validated.
The police watchdog has now launched an investigation.
The police watchdog has launched an investigation after the death of man who was shot with a taser by officers in south Wales
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) report on the use of force by police could have been headed "Ours is the Most Restrained Police Service in the World And Will Strive to Improve Still Further." Of course they didn't; instead we saw the IPCC attempting to justify their beleaguered existence and ingratiate itself with a public who, like front line police officers, distrusts them. The result; a morale damaging report on the police use of force.
By Christiana Figueres and Joseph Alcamo Over the past 12 months the number of countries signaling support for a long term
Little wonder then, that just before a general election, it has been politically expedient to shine the 'cover up spotlight' on a battered, bruised and demoralised police service.