Glass Wings Blog: World

14% of world’s coral lost in less than a decade, study shows
21 Things That Made the World a Better Place in 2021
30 Photographs of the Most Beautiful Places in the World
8 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World
A cut-and-paste attack on electric vehicle batteries and renewables is spanning the globe. But is it right?
A day in the life of (almost) every vending machine in the world
‘A shambolic mess’: the only example Australia is giving the world now is how not to manage Covid
Analog Books Go From Strength To Strength: Helped, Not Hindered, By The Digital World
Animal crossing: world’s biggest wildlife bridge comes to California highway
As the world surges ahead on electric vehicle policy, the Morrison government’s new strategy leaves Australia idling in the garage
Attacks on Ukraine’s hospitals are deliberate and brutal. The world must respond to these acts of terror
Be reassured: the world is not as divided as we might think
Bucking the trend: Is there a future for ultra long-haul flights in a net zero carbon world?
Can China use the Beijing Olympics to ‘sportwash’ its abuses against the Uyghurs? Only if the world remains silent
Can the world stop Myanmar from becoming a failed state?
Canada is a warning: more and more of the world will soon be too hot for humans
China is financing infrastructure projects around the world – many could harm nature and Indigenous communities
Climate change can't be stopped if we destroy these parts of the world
Climate change has likely begun to suffocate the world's fisheries
Climate change: how elephants help pump planet-warming carbon underground
Climate emergency not slowed by COVID-19 pandemic and planet's 'vital signs' worsening, scientists say
Climate repair: three things we must do now to stabilise the planet
COP26 failed to address ocean acidification, but the law of the seas means states must protect the world’s oceans
Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault
Daintree: World Heritage rainforest handed back to Aboriginal owners
Diplomacy is essential to a peaceful world, so why did DFAT’s funding go backwards in the budget?
The disastrous voyage of Satoshi, the world’s first cryptocurrency cruise ship
‘Dramatically more powerful’: world’s first battery-electric freight train unveiled
Dumbed-down curriculum means primary students will learn less about the world and nothing about climate
Eight changes the world needs to make to live with COVID
Electric Monaros and hotted-up skateboards : the ‘genius’ who wants to electrify our world
Ethiopia’s war in Tigray risks wiping out centuries of the world’s history
‘Everything has gone’: a world-first study looks at what happens when MPs lose their seats
The fate of our planet depends on the next few days of complex diplomacy in Glasgow. Here’s what needs to go right
Finland sets world’s most ambitious climate target in law
The First Country in The World Has Given Legal Rights to Individual Wild Animals
Five things we learned about the state of the planet at the world’s biggest meeting of biodiversity experts
Friday essay: a world of pain – Australian theatre in crisis
Green lending: world’s biggest banks’ latest initiative at COP26 is a step backwards
Have hen will travel: the man who sailed round the world with a chicken
Hey Pandas !! Today Is The International Day Of The World’s Indigenous People. Let’s Celebrate With A Bit Of Culture !!
Hidden women of history: Ennigaldi-Nanna, curator of the world’s first museum
Hidden World of Octopus Cities Shows We Must Leave These Sentient Creatures Alone
How Australia’s handling of Djokovic exposed its flawed immigration system to the world
How Do You Care for One of the World’s Oldest Aquarium Fish?
How much of the world’s oil needs to stay in the ground?
How palm oil became the world’s most hated, most used fat source
How some countries are using digital ID to exclude vulnerable people around the world
How To Run a Ukrainian IT Business When the World is Falling Apart
Ice world: Antarctica’s riskiest glacier is under assault from below and losing its grip
If all 2030 climate targets are met, the planet will heat by 2.7℃ this century. That’s not OK
If I could go anywhere: a world through the eyes of botanical artist Marianne North at Kew Gardens
Indigenous peoples across the globe are uniquely equipped to deal with the climate crisis - so why are we being left out of these conversations?
The Ingenious Ship That Will Revolutionise The World
Into the ocean twilight zone: how new technology is revealing the secrets of an under-researched undersea world
IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
Is democracy getting in the way of saving the planet?
Is This the World’s Most Eco-Friendly Landfill?
It’s now or never: Scientists warn time of reckoning has come for the planet
Just 16% of the world’s coastlines are in good shape – and many are so bad they can never fully recover
Largest Vehicle-To-Grid Charging Project On The Planet?
Lethal autonomous weapons and World War III: it’s not too late to stop the rise of ‘killer robots’
Listening to everything: how sound reveals an unseen world
Meet the world’s largest plant: a single seagrass clone stretching 180 km in Western Australia’s Shark Bay
Moderna Will Develop mRNA Vaccines for 15 of the World’s Worst Diseases
More livestock, more carbon dioxide, less ice: the world’s climate change progress since 2019 is (mostly) bad news
Murdoch Free World
Ocean conservation: 6 reasons you can be optimistic about the future of our planet
One-third of the world’s tree species are threatened with extinction – here are five of them
Over 1,000 scientists from around the world take to the streets in week-long climate protests
Palau's world-first 'good traveller' incentive
Panama Enacts a Rights of Nature Law, Guaranteeing the Natural World’s ‘Right to Exist, Persist and Regenerate’
Photographing the Microscopic: Winners of Nikon Small World 2021
The Planet Is Undergoing an Ecological Transformation, Imperiling Biodiversity Everywhere
Pollutionwatch: wood fires are bad for planet, more evidence shows
Postcards From a World on Fire
Real Rukshan: the live streamer who took Melbourne’s protest to the world stage
Repeating mistakes: why the plan to protect the world’s wildlife falls short
Restaurant Cloaked in 250,000 LED Lights Offers an Out-of-This-World Dining Experience
Rethinking Facebook: We Need To Make Sure That 'Good For The World' Is More Important Than 'Good For Facebook'
Ryan North’s ‘How to Take Over the World’
Saving the world is cheaper than ruining it
Saving the world is cheaper than ruining it - April 15, 2022
Scientists have just told us how to solve the climate crisis – will the world listen?
Scotland Is Poised to Become the World’s First “Rewilding Nation”
Singapore's dengue 'emergency' is a climate change omen for the world
South Africa Is Pioneering a Better World for Domestic Workers
Sparks - Please Don't Fuck Up My World (Official Lyric Video)
Special Report: Is the Amazon near a tipping point? Three real-world studies are ominous
The Stories Behind 20 Inventions That Changed the World
The stunning recovery of a heavily polluted river in the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area
Take heart at what’s unfolded at COP26 in Glasgow – the world can still hold global heating to 1.5℃
Tasmania Becomes Third in the World to Reach Negative Carbon
Thawing permafrost is roiling the Arctic landscape, driven by a hidden world of changes beneath the surface as the climate warms
There's a new call in Australia to ban petrol car sales. How do we compare to the rest of the world?
These are the most magnificent green buildings around the world
#TheSoapbox: The Third World War is climate change and we’re in the thick of it
This Hubble Anniversary Pic of Unusual Galaxies Is Out-of-This-World Gorgeous
Tiny satellites are changing the way we explore our planet and beyond
Ukraine: the world’s defence giants are quietly making billions from the war
Ultra-processed foods are trashing our health – and the planet
UN Security Council is powerless to help Ukraine – but it’s working as designed to prevent World War III
US fracking boom could tip world to edge of climate disaster
We analysed data from 29,798 clean-ups around the world to uncover some of the worst litter hotspots
Wealthy nations starved the developing world of vaccines. Omicron shows the cost of this greed
What Greenland’s record-breaking rain means for the planet
Where to find courage and defiant hope when our fragile, dewdrop world seems beyond saving
Who owns Einstein? The battle for the world’s most famous face
Why is the idea of ‘gender’ provoking backlash the world over?
Why the world's most luxury EV converter is building a rubbish truck!
World Animal Protection celebrates UN resolution in a step towards recognizing animal welfare's role in global climate crisis, biodiversity and pandemic risk
The world doesn’t care about swings in marginal seats. Climate action must spearhead a new Australian foreign policy
World First as UN Begins Creation of 'Historic' Global Treaty on Plastic Waste
World Happiness Report Reveals an Inspiring Benefit That Came Out of The Pandemic
World Heritage Committee agrees not to place Great Barrier Reef on ‘in danger’ list
The world is hungry for solar panels. Why did we stop making them?
World Land Trust Bundle
The world might run out of a crucial ingredient of touch screens. But don’t worry, we’ve invented an alternative
The world must cooperate to avoid a catastrophic space collision
The world must not look away as the Taliban sexually enslaves women and girls
World-first research confirms Australia’s forests became catastrophic fire risk after British invasion
The World’s Biggest 4-Day Work Week Pilot Just Launched in the UK
The World's FIRST Commercial Electric Plane - Robert takes to the skies!
The world's first octopus farm - should it go ahead?
World’s largest ever four day week trial in Iceland ‘overwhelming success’
The world’s largest organism is slowly being eaten by deer
World’s vast networks of underground fungi to be mapped for first time
The Young Africans on a Climate Crusade to ‘Save the World’ One Forest at a Time
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