This morning, as the sun rose for the final time on COP28 in Dubai, a ‘historic’ decision was made.
COP28 hit the ground running today, propelled by a rallying call from King Charles, who warned that humanity’s “own survivability will be imperiled” unless we “restore nature's economy”.
New York City’s been on my mind; not because I’m homesick for Broadway and bagels, but because last week was the culmination of the UN General Assembly and New York Climate Week.
It’s been 5 days since the Lionesses' defeat to Spain in the Women’s World Cup final and whilst my heart still hurts, we cannot forget this historical moment.
In today’s post by-election blog, Times Radio’s John Pienaar and Zeno’s Simon Tiernan try to read the political runes in the run up to the general election.
Even by recent standards, last week was a surreal week for the Royal Family.
A couple of thousand years ago a Roman chap called Terence came up with a pithy piece of advice for us all: “Fortes Fortuna adiuvat.” Or, for those of you whose Latin is a little rusty: “Fortune favours the brave.”
If a cash-strapped charity like the Royal British Legion can find the will and resources to switch to paper poppies, ANY company can take steps to reduce its impact on the environment.
In wind-swept Cornwall last November, the inaugural Anthropy summit launched, convening a broad church of leaders from the world of business, academia, the arts and media.