Uruguay's Environment Ministry has launched the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan for the Coastal Zone (PAN Costas) to increase resilience to a rise in the level of the sea, resulting from climate change.
Chilean president Gabriel Boric in his recent visit to Argentina stated some of the basic pillars of the new administration's foreign policy, focused mainly on Latin America, human rights, support for Argentina's claim over the Falklands, and willingness to address border disputes its neighbor through diplomacy and patience.
Investigative journalism website Declassified UK has published the results of a poll on its social media with only 21% stating that the UK should keep the Falkland Islands while an overwhelming 49% believe in Argentine sovereignty for the Malvinas Islands.
Almost the entire global population (99%) breathes air that exceeds WHO air quality limits and threatens their health. A record number of over 6000 cities in 117 countries are now monitoring air quality, but the people living in them are still breathing unhealthy levels of fine particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide, with people in low and middle-income countries suffering the highest exposures.
Advanced ocean modeling techniques reveal how greenhouse gas emissions contribute to warmer oceans and the resulting melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. A new study by scientists Kaitlin Naughten and Paul Holland from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) provides the first evidence that rising greenhouse gases have a long-term warming effect on the Amundsen Sea in West Antarctica.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has voiced his stance regarding several issues linked to sports. He demanded harsher sanctions against Russian athletes after their country invaded Ukraine and also stressed that biological males should not take part in women’s competitions.
The UK Antarctic Heritage Trust is offering part-time job opportunities for qualified candidates willing to spend several months at Port Lockroy, Base A.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR)'s special rapporteur on Freedom of Expression said the Mexican government was actually “encouraging” the increasing attacks against journalists recorded in the country.
Protests all across Peru demanding the resignation of President Pedro Castillo Terrones have left 1 dead and at least 25 law enforcement officers injured in the town of Ica, south of Lima.
Malta has been officially warned by the European Commission to end the so-called golden passport scheme, the lucrative practice of selling EU citizenship to rich individuals. Other culprits include Bulgaria and Cyprus but according to the EC are moving to end the practice.