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Saturday August 13, 2022


Climate change: Drought highlights dangers for electricity supplies
Dry conditions in the UK and Europe are stress on facilities including nuclear, say experts.


Friday August 12, 2022


Why are large parts of England now in drought?
An official drought has been declared in parts of southern, central and eastern England, what happens now?

The science of drought explained in pictures
What does drought mean and what are the implications for water, food, rivers and wildlife?

High and low-tech ways to tackle India's water crisis
India's water situation requires a big investment in tech and many small projects on the ground.


Thursday August 11, 2022


NHS IT supplier held to ransom by hackers
Its IT provider says it may take three or four weeks to fully recover from the cyber-attack.

Disney adds subscribers but warns over cricket loss
The media giant is gaining subscribers as it details plans to launch an ad-supported service in December.

Climate scientists chase Arctic storms
Why climate scientists are trying to fly through Arctic cyclones in a small aircraft.

'Every day it doesn't rain, the pressure mounts'
The heatwave will make conditions on England's farms worse as experts warn of smaller harvests.

Meta's chatbot says the company 'exploits people'
The new prototype doesn't think much of the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, either.

Commonwealth Games takes big step towards esports
Competitive gaming may soon be added to the Commonwealth Games programme, after a successful test event in Birmingham.

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