Albatross, a monogamy bird, may face significant divorce rate over climate change-study

As per the United Nations, the meaning of Climate change is that which transforms temperatures and weather patterns for a longer period. The modification...

This Giant ‘Living Fossil’ Fish Can Live For 100 Years, Deep in The Ocean!

Once considered extinct, enormous coelacanths have been sneaking in the ocean for centuries of millions of years. The scarcity and deep habitat of these...

How is Corporate Sustainability impacting the Environment?

Ask anyone to outline sustainability, and you will in all probability get a unique answer each time. While some concentrate on the environmental aspect...

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Around half of Belgium people don’t know where their electricity comes from: Study

Almost half of Belgians don’t know where their electricity comes from, according to a study from the energy platform Bolt Energie.

The spread of monkeypox was sexual transmission at raves in Europe: WHO

A top adviser to the World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed the unprecedented outbreak of monkeypox in developed nations as "a random event" that might be explained by sexual behaviour at two recent raves.

Switzerland remains most popular destination for German emigrants among EU: Reports

The Federal Statistical Office of Germany (Destatis) has mentioned that Switzerland remains the most popular destination for German emigrants among all other European countries.

EU must adapts current production of food, instead of increasing supply: Reports

To ensure global food security, the European Union must adapt its current production of food, rather than increase supply, as per the report published by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) on 23 May.

Belgium makes 21-day quarantine compulsory for monkeypox patients

Belgium has recently reported a spike in the number of monkeypox cases, which has forced the nation to become the first country to make a 21-day quarantine compulsory for patients.