A South Asian Action Plan was launched in 2018 to improve diversity in cricket – so what’s happened since? from: BBC News
All around the world the remnants of a global pandemic are testing the resolve of governments and private firms to rid the planet of its waste. From: New York Times
Boris Johnson warns world leaders there is a “huge way to go” ahead of the COP26 climate summit. from: BBC News
A movement that started in Paris, has now spread into locations across the globe. from: BBC News
The Church of England owns a lot of land – Guli Frances-Dehqhani wants to use it for the common good.
Bacteria, fungus and enzymes can all digest plastic, but can they work at a useful commercial scale? from: BBC News
from: BBC News Dina Asher-Smith opens up about life on and off the track with friend and Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo.
by Robin Fears, Khairul Annuar B. Abdullah, Claudia Canales-Holzeis, Deoraj Caussy, Andy Haines, Sherilee L. Harper, Jeremy N. McNeil, Johanna Mogwitz, Volker ter Meulen Robin Fears and co-authors discuss evidence-informed regional and global policy responses to health impacts of climate change.