More than 4 million Americans are deciding to quit their jobs every month since the since the post-COVID-19 recovery started. People who decide to quit are taking this decision based on their desire to improve their quality of life.
In December 2019, at the International Criminal Court in the Hague, Vanuatu’s ambassador to the European Union made a radical suggestion: make the destruction of the environment a crime.
To date, SpaceX has launched over 800 Starlink satellites. Now SpaceX has invited participants to take part in a public beta test but on one condition - participants must acknowledge that Mars is a “free planet.”
The UN World Food Programme (WFP), which provides lifesaving food assistance to millions across the world - often in extremely dangerous and hard-to-access conditions - has been awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.
Earth School together with experts from National Geographic, WWF, and the BBC created a brand new online science curriculum of sorts that comprises 30 short animated videos about various topics.
Pope Francis suggests countries should consider a universal basic wage to help combat the economic disruption caused by COVID-19.
New research supports the idea that music all around the globe shares important commonalities, despite many differences. Is music really a "universal language"?
Thousands of protesters around the world took to the streets as part of a wave of coordinated action. The protesters want the world’s governments to stop sleepwalking through humanity’s last best chance at ecological salvation.
According to a recent study, walking around and offering kindness to others in the world reduces anxiety and increases happiness and feelings of social connection.
The gender pay gap persists, women are most likely to live in poverty and sexual violence remains rampant. But here are 13 famous men who stood up for women in 2018.
Hate crimes in large cities have increased since 2014, but schools offer a place where students can gain a better understanding of people in other lands and cultures and learn to empathize with them.
Loneliness is becoming a serious problem all over the world, and Sainsbury's is introducing 'Talking Tables' in its cafés. The tables will have signs saying 'Reserved for customers in the mood for having a chat'.
The duo were awarded for their efforts to curb sexual violence as a weapon of war and for seeking justice for victims.
Architects worked with the non-profit SEAM to create School-in-a-Box, a portable school that helps bring accessible education to remote areas.
New Zealand's government has vowed to get the country's entire homeless population off the streets before winter hits the country next month.