People, businesses, and governments around the world will turn their lights off for "Earth Hour" on Saturday. The event is meant to remind people to take action to work on climate change.
Published in “Environment”
Scientists studied bottled water from around the world. They found tiny bits of plastic in nearly all of it. No one knows yet how the human body deals with these bits of plastic.
Thousands of people in Papua New Guinea need help after last Monday's earthquake, which killed over 50 people. Many more people are in danger now because they need food, water, and other supplies.
Scientists have found a huge group of penguins on islands near Antarctica. They did not expect to find the penguins there. They used computers and drones to help find them.
Serious snow storms are causing big problems all through Europe. The storms have hit the United Kingdom hard. Schools, roads, airports, and businesses have been closed.
People in Taiwan have been rushing to buy toilet paper. They are afraid that prices will go up. They are also afraid that Taiwan will run out of toilet paper.
Seychelles, a small island nation near Africa, has found a new way to pay the money it owes. It will protect the sea.
A tall garbage dump in Mozambique fell down on people who were living in or near the dump. The accident killed at least 17 people and hurt many more.
The Church of England is asking people to give up plastic for six weeks. This is in honor of Lent, an important part of their religion.
On Saturday night, a train ran into a herd of elephants. Four of the elephants were killed at once. Another elephant was badly hurt.