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Meet Bill Gates

There can be no doubt that Bill Gates has worn many hats on his remarkable journey from his early life as the privileged son of a Seattle-area power couple to his current status as one of the richest and most influential people on the planet.


Bill Gates’ Web of Dark Money and Influence – Part 1: Philanthropic Narrative Shaping

In the first few months of 2020, business tycoon and billionaire Bill Gates saw his popularity soar through the roof. According to YouGov, 58 percent of Americans polled about Gates had a positive opinion of him, he is equally liked by men and women, and both Boomers and Millennials adore him.


We know the air we breathe is toxic. Bengaluru-based start-up Ambee tells us just how much

If you ask me, wearing a mask should have been the norm even before COVID-19 shook our world. Why? Because of air pollution, of course.


The 3D printing revolution

Three-dimensional printing promises new opportunities for more sustainable and local production. But does 3D printing make everything better? This film shows how innovation can change the world of goods. Is the way we make things about to become the next revolution?


Thousands of run-down US dams would kill people if they failed, study finds

More than 15,000 dams in the US would likely kill people if they failed, and at least 2,300 of them are in poor or unsatisfactory condition, according to recent data from the federal government’s National Inventory of Dams.


Toxic fish farm pesticide polluted ten lochs across Scotland

Ten lochs across Scotland have been polluted by a toxic pesticide used by fish farms to control fungus, parasites and disease.


Chinese bioweapon? Study pegs coronavirus as “uniquely adapted human pathogen”

A new paper out of Australia takes a closer look at the possible origins of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), revealing that it more than likely is an unnatural consequence of deliberate manipulation and not some random fluke.


Double whammy: Traditional agriculture’s crop diversity depends on the pollinators it is killing, threatening the food supply

Worldwide agribusiness has expanded at a rapid pace in recent decades, especially in regions that once supported tropical and subtropical forests, and it has become progressively pollinator-dependent.


California doctors say they have seen 'a years worth of suicides' in the last month because of the impact lockdown is having on mental health

Trauma doctors at a northern California medical center say the hospital they work at has experience more deaths from suicide than from the coronavirus.


Birds Are Eating Hundreds of Plastic Bits Daily, New Studies Find

The gruesome images of whales and deer dying after mistaking plastic for food has helped put into perspective just how severe the plastic waste crisis is. Now, a new study finds that it is not just land and sea animals eating our plastic trash.

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