Pop star Rihanna and Meta chief Mark Zuckerberg were in India Friday for an extravagant party hosted by Asia's richest man, with celebrations expected to include other globally influential figures.
CO2 emissions from energy rose by 1.1 percent in 2023, increasing by 410 million tons to a record 37.4 billion tons, slowing down from a gain of 490 million tons in 2022, the IEA said in its annual update on emissions.
French economist Gabriel Zucman brought a $250-billion-a-year idea to top policy makers from the world's biggest economies Thursday: slap an international wealth tax on the super-rich.
UnitedHealth confirms Blackcat ransomware group as responsible for the cyberattack on its division, prompting urgent cybersecurity measures.
Costa Rican coffee farmers were once blessed with abundant rains but as precipitation grows fickle they are being forced to innovate to keep producing one of the world's favorite brews.
EU lawmakers on Tuesday gave the final green light to a milestone bill aimed at protecting nature in the bloc, overriding conservative attempts to torpedo a law that has angered European farmers.
Britain's green economy grew in 2023 to buck a broader recession, a report showed Tuesday that urged politicians heading into a general election to stick by climate-friendly investments.
Iraq enjoys tremendous oil wealth but many hard-scrabble farmers in the north say crude spills have contaminated their lands, piling on pressure as they already battle drought.
An American lunar lander that tipped over during touchdown has sent back its first images from the farthest south any vessel has ever landed on the Moon.
In the U.S., hemp is defined as cannabis that contains 0.3% or less Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the psychotropic compound that causes the 'high' feeling upon consumption.
Israel's war cabinet has discussed the next steps for negotiations towards a hostage deal and ceasefire in its war with Hamas, as concern deepens over the increasingly desperate situation faced by civilians in the devastated Gaza Strip.
In a shift from tit-for-tat tariffs and strong-arm tactics to tech restrictions and investment curbs, US policy towards China has become more targeted under President Joe Biden -- though still hardline.
At the Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza, Abu Gibril was so desperate for food to feed his family that he slaughtered two of his horses.
Organizations Require Expert Advice Amid Growing Importance Of Real-World Data For Healthcare Research, Says ADS
By 2025, the compound annual growth rate of healthcare data will reach 36%, outstripping other major industries such as manufacturing, financial services, and media and entertainment.
The company is dedicated to pioneering innovative therapies for solid cancers and associated pain, aiming to improve survival rates.
Animal prints are in the DNA of Italian fashion brand Roberto Cavalli, but this week, designer Fausto Puglisi turned the animal to mineral.
Beneath the ground in Western Canada, dozens of so-called "zombie fires" that started last year are still burning.
Animal activists have fashion brands squarely in their sights this Milan Fashion Week, hoping to pressure Italian brands Max Mara and Fendi to give up fur in future collections.
The UK will join a string of European countries in leaving a controversial energy treaty that has allowed fossil fuel giants to sue governments over their climate policies, the government said on Thursday.
A spaceship built by a company in Texas is poised for lunar touchdown on Thursday, returning America to the Moon after more than five decades in what promises to be a historic first for the private sector.
In the shade of a sacred tree, Indigenous wise men chew coca leaves as they mull the threats to their home among the melting, snow-capped peaks of Colombia's Sierra Nevada mountains.
The German government slashed its growth forecast for 2024 on Wednesday, warning that Europe's largest economy was in "difficult waters" as it faced a series of headwinds.