Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
The announcement comes as the US government has been calling on firms to tackle supply chain issues. from: BBC News
For the first time, 3D-printed ‘meat’ is being served as a whole ‘cut’ – the BBC’s Emily Maitlis tried it. from: BBC News
Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez makes history in Las Vegas by becoming the first undisputed world super-middleweight champion. from: BBC News
The new rules, to be announced in Parliament, will boost the prospects of the £20bn project in Suffolk.
from: BBC News A research paper recommending people shift towards plant-based foods is not policy, the government says.
from: BBC News The carmaking giant is investing up to £230m in its Halewood plant, safeguarding 500 jobs.
from: BBC News Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Caleb Plant’s first press conference to promote their upcoming super-middleweight unification fight turns violent as the pair trade blows.
The chain announces its McPlant burger will be on offer nationwide next year, after years of research.
Sophisticated, plant-based alternatives that mimic seafood are cropping up at restaurants and grocery stores around the world. And “cultivated” seafood, grown in labs from real cells, is on the horizon. From: New York Times
The country has had to bring an old plant back online after a spike in the price of natural gas.
Residents in the area were told to keep doors and windows shut due to a large smoke plume.
Six people are reported to prosecutors over the takeover which police say broke arms laws. from: BBC News
Dhaka – As part of the “Laudato Sì” Year and on the occasion of the centenary of the “founder of the nation” and the year in which Bangladesh celebrates 50 years of independence, the country’s Catholics have planted around a million trees. This is shared by the small Catholic Church in Bangladesh, which has only… Leggi tutto »
Fifty sustainable sewage treatment plants have been built that work in similar way to a cow’s stomach. from: BBC News
Artemisia plant extracts have anti-malarial properties, but there’s no evidence they can combat Covid-19.
Environmentalists have criticised the gas-fired mine but the company says it offsets its emissions. from: BBC News
After a two-day inspection at the Emergent BioSolutions site where Johnson & Johnson doses were contaminated, the F.D.A. said operations could start again. From: New York Times
Officials in Leverkusen say four people are missing and 16 were injured in the blast on Tuesday. from: BBC News