Cleaning and reoxygenating the river Thames has helped its biodiversity surge, but there’s still more to be done to make it healthy.
The most affordable homes face the highest risks from disasters for three key reasons.
Investors dumped assets en masse as news of the new COVID variant spread.
A recent report outlines how the government can reduce the harm caused by the illicit drug trade.
Is it possible for COVID-19 to help us shape a better world?
How to prevent future disasters by learning from the past. Listen to episode 21 of The Conversation Weekly podcast.
A momentary peak may succumb to a slow recovery
Our bodies need fuel both for exercise and recovery.
Death rates for hospitalized COVID-19 patients fell from 25.6% in March to 7.6% in August, according to a new study on three hospitals in New York. A study in the UK found similar results.
It was a campaign like no other, and while there were missed opportunities and lapses of judgement, the fact New Zealanders are voting in a safe and fair election is reason enough to celebrate.
From policy to performance, a panel of five political experts analyses the first televised leaders’ debate of the 2020 New Zealand election campaign.
Those with the condition could take several weeks, months, or even years to properly recover.
Studies show rest days are important for helping our body recover and adapt in many ways.
After the news media move on from a major disaster site, rebuilding continues for years.
Medieval disaster response was not so different to the measures we use today.
PODCAST: Between a third and half of Europe’s population died from the Black Death. The first episode of a new podcast series from The Anthill on how the world recovered from past shocks.
PODCAST: A new series on how the world rebuilt after past crises.
Without genuine global leadership the ability of economies to “build back better” after the disaster caused by COVID-19 will unfairly favour wealthier populations and nations.
Whether it’s a pulled muscle, sore ankle, or shin splints, here’s the best way to get back on track.
Officially, not that many people have recovered from the coronavirus. An epidemiologist explains what has to happen for a COVID-19 survivor to get a clean bill of health.