Greenpeace found China’s carbon dioxide emissions were increasing at their fastest rate in seven years, based on Chinese government figures, the Financial Times reported.
School districts in Australia are seriously considering banning books for children that include the words “boy” and “girl” because they don’t want young children ascribing to gender stereotypes.
Ontario issued its first gender neutral birth certificate Tuesday, meaning Canadian citizens living in the province of Ontario will now be able to remove gender from their certificate of birth or note whichever gender accords with their chosen identity.
What do rural women and girls need in order to rise above poverty? According to UN Women, they need abortion, “comprehensive sexuality education” and reduced parental rights.
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello has announced a plan to introduce private school choice options to parents in his territory. This proposal includes charter schools that will be managed by nonprofit organizations, and vouchers so that parents can decide where their children will be educated.
The United Nations will have a busy year in 2018 on the firearms front. That’s not good news for anyone in the U.S. who buys firearms.
Germany will abandon its 2020 national global warming goal, a huge embarrassment to Chancellor Angela Merkel, as part of a deal to put together a coalition government in the wake of September’s elections.
Daniel Hannan, a conservative member of the European Parliament for South East England, speaks out on Brexit, the virtues of free trade,
President Donald Trump, and the cruelty of communism.
A Catholic bishop condemned a nativity scene that depicts Mary holding Jesus in a rubber boat to symbolize the plight of migrants crossing the Mediterranean.
China’s anti-coal campaign is causing people in the country’s poorest areas to freeze for lack of adequate energy supply, according to a report Monday from Climate Home News.
Girlguiding U.K. — the equivalent of America’s Girl Scouts — changed a girl-only rule to allow any youngsters who identify as female to share showers, bathrooms, changing rooms and tents with girls who are biologically born female, according to The Times.