With Manufacturing in contention, will Marijuana become the industry future?

Annual overviews of the cannabis industry found that the market will create close to 300,000 jobs by 2020 in Colorado alone, showing legalisation has become a major economic benefit.
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ADHD misdiagnosed – why British children aren’t sleeping – the Facts

Doctors are reporting a dramatic increase in children with sleep disorders, which affect their physical and mental health. Why? – Plus expert tips on a good night’s rest Continue reading “ADHD misdiagnosed – why British children aren’t sleeping – the Facts”

Can a new study on trees change the conversation about Amazon conservation?

New study finds that the Amazon region is a cultural artifact. The authors suggest it may provide a road map for conservation. Continue reading “Can a new study on trees change the conversation about Amazon conservation?”

‘Paris agreement not enough’ to prevent catastrophic coral bleaching, marine biologists warn

‘There’s huge danger in thinking we can climate-proof coral reefs. We have to start tackling the root cause of this’ Continue reading “‘Paris agreement not enough’ to prevent catastrophic coral bleaching, marine biologists warn”

Dangerous radioactive particles have been detected across Europe and no-one knows where they came from

Scientists baffled after detecting cancer-causing chemical that’s produced during nuclear disasters or atomic bomb blasts Continue reading “Dangerous radioactive particles have been detected across Europe and no-one knows where they came from”

‘Extraordinary’ levels of pollutants found in most remote place on planet

Scientists have discovered “extraordinary” levels of toxic pollution in the most remote and inaccessible place on the planet – the 10 km deep Mariana trench in the Pacific Ocean. Continue reading “‘Extraordinary’ levels of pollutants found in most remote place on planet”

The five lawyers taking on China’s authorities over smog: ‘We had to sue’

In an unprecedented legal case, a group of Chinese lawyers have charged the governments of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei with failing to protect their citizens from air pollution, which is linked to a third of all deaths in the country Continue reading “The five lawyers taking on China’s authorities over smog: ‘We had to sue’”