Adaptation, mitigation, and negotiation will be on the agenda as the world gathers in Sharm el-Sheikh for the 27th Conference of the Parties climate meeting.

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As climate change enters uncharted territory, we will need all the skills of the past, and some from the future, to keep feeding the world.

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Our world is not suffering from a lack of calories, but a lack of good nutrition which can sustain us. Science might just have the answers.

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As Alzheimer’s cases grow, scientists have been deep in debate over its causes. Now treatments are on the horizon, the new race is to ready the health system.

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Reports of a diabetes tsunami are hiding a key part of the picture. There’s a good reason the numbers are increasing.

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Even mismatched vaccines could confer some immunity against related coronaviruses. To prepare for the next pandemic, the world could build a vaccine library.

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Hospitals, masks and test kits all produce plastic waste. Only a small part of it is recycled.

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A weather-related disaster doesn’t need to be. By addressing the vulnerability of a society, the worst of it can be avoided.

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Exploring the challenges of our time where scientists are racing against the problems reaching a point of no-return.

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Sea ice holds the key to understanding the entire Arctic marine ecosystem. But it’s melting faster than we can unravel its complexity.

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Creating better connections between humans and nature is the first step to bringing back animals into our cities.

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