The drought is expected to affect the region until mid-2024 at the earliest. Signs of its severity include the lowest water levels in the city of Manaus in 121 years.
Environmental degradation and altered landscapes, both due to human action and climate change, increase the incidence of already known diseases and the risk of new zoonoses emerging
Taking express delivery to new heights could be a risky move.
A combination of climate change, a strong El Niño and an insistence on works of enormous impact are contributing to an unprecedented and extremely urgent situation in the region
If the competition regulator gets its way, it could force significant changes to the online shopping giant.
Reuther was both ambitious and pragmatic, scoring many victories for autoworkers.
A new EU law would require thousands of multinational companies, including many based in the US, to look for signs of human rights abuses in their supply chains.
The Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon for its use of manipulative interface design tactics – or “dark patterns” – to complicate users’ attempts to cancel Prime subscriptions.
Surging deforestation in Bolivia means the country now ranks as one of the highest carbon emitters in the world.
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Figuring out how to regulate AI is a difficult challenge, and that’s even before tackling the problem of the small number of big companies that control the technology.
Young motivated employees are pushing the movement for union representation among US workforces. Is it time for management to get on board?
Scientists are predicting a record sargassum bloom in 2023. It’s already starting to wash up on beaches in Florida and the Caribbean and cause a stink.
Nearly 95% of deforestation in the Amazon occurs within 3.5 miles of a road or near a river. Brazil’s plans to ramp up exports may be on a collision course with the forest.
Calling the Amazon “the lungs of the world” overlooks the forest’s vital role in the water cycle.
With Amazon facing worker battles in the UK, US and Germany, no wonder people worry about how technology is changing workplaces.
Many people have become resigned to the fact that tech companies collect our private data. But policymakers must do more to limit the amount of personal information corporations can collect.
The rapid rise of online shopping is slowing but internet retail is here to stay.
The EU have introduced a new regulation on the import of products linked to deforestation – but will this reduce deforestation globally?
Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva says he will end land clearance in Brazil’s Amazon region. But powerful forces profit from rainforest destruction.