Children Protected in Australia: Cell phone ban to “improve the health and wellbeing of students.”


October 30, 2019: The Western Australian Government announced a ban on technology during class time “to reduce issues brought into schools via technology.” Restrictions have been set on cell phones, smart watches, ear buds and tablets at public schools “responding to concerns from parents and teachers about the pressures and demands that carrying a mobile […]Children … Continue reading Children Protected in Australia: Cell phone ban to “improve the health and wellbeing of students.”

The Sumatran Rhinoceros


Seven Worlds, One Planet – Sir David Attenborough’s latest wildlife documentary series – returns tonight with its second episode. This time we are going to explore Asia, the world’s largest continent. It is also the world’s most populous continent with a population of nearly 4.5 billion! This inconceivable number of people brings an immense amount […]The … Continue reading The Sumatran Rhinoceros

What are plastics and why do they matter? An explainer


This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Fernando J. Gómez, Head, Chemical and Advanced Materials Industry, World Economic Forum & Simonetta Rima, Research and Analysis Specialist, Chemical and Advanced Materials Industry, World Economic Forum A group of materials now known collectively as … Continue reading What are plastics and why do they matter? An explainer

5 More Books for Dogs and Adventure Lovers


Well, since I like hiking, nature study and photography in the company of my dog K2 and I love to read, I, had posted a list of my favorite books that I draw my inspiration from to keep me going. Here is my list of 5 additional books that combine my passion for all outdoor […]5 … Continue reading 5 More Books for Dogs and Adventure Lovers