Georgian-based UMBERTO BACCHI, a correspondent with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, talks about his personal efforts to lesson his carbon footprint using the app Giki Zero...

CLEMENTE LISI, in an article first published on Religion Unplugged, writes about one of the US capital's star religious sites...

In an article first published on The Conversation, NICK NEAVE, associate professor in psychology, and director of the Hoarding Research Group at Northumbria University in the UK, looks at the problem of digital hoarding...

In an article first published on The Conversation, THERESE O'SULLIVAN, of Australia'sEdith Cowan University, looks at some tips when it comes to having children vaccinated...

Having food delivered to the home has become the new norm for many thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Australian academic ROBERT CRAWFORD - i n an article first published on The Conversation -  weighs up the environmental cost of food that's delivered to your door...

DAVID ADAMS looks at what a new Australian study has revealed about the fear of being without your mobile phone...

ALVIN JOHNSON looks at where the walnut is mentioned in the Bible...

In an article first published on The Conversation, MARY-LOUISE MCLAWS, professor of epidemiology healthcare infection and infectious diseases control at UNSW in Australia, outlines how good ventilation can help prevent the spread of COVID-19...

The International Olympic Committee announced this week that "breaking" - a form of dancing - is among new sports to debut at the next couple of Games. But that's by no means the oddest sport that's been included over the years. DAVID ADAMS take a look...

In an article first published on The Conversation, TJ THOMSON, DANIEL ANGUS, and PAULA DOOTSON, of Queensland University of Technology, look at how to sort the real from the fake online...

As the northern hemisphere heads into winter, SHARON GEORGE, a lecturer in environmental science, looks at the most sustainable way to stay warm outside...

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