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Tuesday September 21, 2021


President Biden urges unity in first UN speech amid tensions with allies
Joe Biden called for cooperation in his first speech as US president to the UN General Assembly.

NFT-based fantasy football card firm raises $680m
But some fans question if crypto-assets and football are a good mix.

Why is there a CO2 shortage and how will it hit food supplies?
Carbon dioxide production will restart in two leading factories after a government deal to tackle shortages.

Nasa selects landing site for Moon rover mission
The space agency will send a rover to look for water-ice near a crater at the Moon's South Pole.

Climate reporting reaches melting point
A trip to a melting glacier will shape how the BBC's new climate editor reports on climate change.

How 'nerd' culture powered through the pandemic
Meet the online content creators beating the odds to build successful careers from their passions.


Monday September 20, 2021


Fox hunting: Top huntsman 'gave advice' on illegal events, court told
Mark Hankinson denies encouraging others to break the law during private webinars which were leaked online.

Rich nations must increase climate support funds, says Boris Johnson
The UK prime minister says he is "increasingly frustrated" at support offered to poorer countries.

Bitcoin mining producing tonnes of waste
Waste from the cryptocurrency process is similar to that from IT equipment somewhere like the Netherlands.

China: Children given daily time limit on Douyin - its version of TikTok
Douyin users aged under 14 will be limited to 40 minutes a day on the platform.

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