South Africa’s Ramaphosa begins Charles III’s first state visit as King

King Charles III welcomed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to London on Tuesday for his government’s first state visit, with climate change, trade and the Commonwealth expected to feature on the agenda. Charles and Queen Consort Camilla were joined by Heir apparent Prince William and his wife Catherine to greet Ramaphosa and First Lady Tshepo … Read more

UK-Iranian women torn over World Cup support

When England took on Iran at the World Cup on Monday, a group of British-Iranians were conflicted over who to support given the crackdown on protests at home. A group of British-Iranian women – many of them activists who have demonstrated against the Tehran regime in London – gathered in a pub in west London … Read more

Markets rattled on fears of new Covid tires in China

China’s first coronavirus death in six months sparked fears that officials would once again impose strict, economically painful restrictions Asian and European stocks fell largely on Monday, with investor sentiment hit by renewed coronavirus concerns in China amid warnings that markets would remain lackluster for some time. Shares fell as China’s first coronavirus death in … Read more

COP27: Financing for climate damage gets a foot in the door

Sunday’s UN climate negotiations offered a glimmer of hope and “solidarity” for developing countries battered by the increasingly expensive effects of global warming, by agreeing to discuss the thorny issue of money for “loss and damage”. . But he said it was only a first step to get the negotiators to discuss the matter. Originally … Read more

COP27: Financing for climate damage gets a foot in the door

Sunday’s UN climate negotiations offered a glimmer of hope and “solidarity” for developing countries battered by the increasingly expensive effects of global warming, by agreeing to discuss the thorny issue of money for “loss and damage”. . But he said it was only a first step to get the negotiators to discuss the matter. Originally … Read more

Climate activists glue hands to Goya frames in Prado ., Spain

Two climate activists each stuck their hands to the list of paintings by Spanish master Francisco Goya in Madrid on Saturday to protest inaction in the face of global warming. The protest at the famous Prado museum did not damage either painting, but protesters scribbled “+1.5°C” on the wall between the two works of art … Read more

Climate activists glue hands to Goya frames in Prado ., Spain

Two climate activists each stuck their hands to the list of paintings by Spanish master Francisco Goya in Madrid on Saturday to protest inaction in the face of global warming. The protest at the famous Prado museum did not damage either painting, but protesters scribbled “+1.5°C” on the wall between the two works of art … Read more

Climate activists glue hands to Goya frames in Prado ., Spain

Two climate activists each stuck their hands to the list of paintings by Spanish master Francisco Goya in Madrid on Saturday to protest inaction in the face of global warming. The protest at the famous Prado museum did not damage either painting, but protesters scribbled “+1.5°C” on the wall between the two works of art … Read more

Activists glue hands to Goya frames in Prado: Spanish police

Two climate activists each stuck their hands to the frames of two paintings by Spanish master Francisco Goya in Madrid’s Prado Museum on Saturday, police said. The protest did not damage either painting, but protesters scribbled “+1.5°C” on the wall between the two artworks in reference to the Paris Agreement’s goal of limiting warming to … Read more

Activists glue hands to Goya frames in Prado: Spanish police

Two climate activists each stuck their hands to the frames of two paintings by Spanish master Francisco Goya in Madrid’s Prado Museum on Saturday, police said. The protest did not damage either painting, but protesters scribbled “+1.5°C” on the wall between the two artworks in reference to the Paris Agreement’s goal of limiting warming to … Read more