Asia Climate Change

33 Dead In Massive Chinese Deluge

Reading Time: 2 minutes After torrential rains torment Henan province, 33 people are confirmed dead due to massive deluge. By Donovan Martin Jr. It is confirmed that over 33 people have died in the recent deluge in Henan, China’s central province. Around 617 millimetres of water fell on the province, nearly equaling Henan’s yearly average of 641 millimetres of Read More…

Government of Canada Establishes Climate Change Youth Council
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Government of Canada Establishes Climate Change Youth Council

Reading Time: 2 minutes Applications are now open to join the Environment and Climate Change Youth Council By Dami Igbinyemi Young Canadians aren’t just the leaders of today, they are also the leaders of the future. This is why we must do everything we can to build a better future for them, with them. Climate strikes, March for Our Read More…

Not Just BC, Wildfires Rampant In Manitoba
Canada Environment

Not Just BC, Wildfires Rampant In Manitoba

Reading Time: 2 minutes Wildfires remain rampant in Manitoba, innundating the province with smoke and haze. Donovan Martin The Manitoba Wildfire Service continues to state that there are high to extreme fire danger levels across the province. Firefighters have been continuously fighting fires throughout Manitoba. The sheer amount of smoke produced has created a haze that has loomed or Winnipeg Read More…

Science Space U.S.A

2nd Place In The Billionaire Space Race: Jeff Bezos

Reading Time: 2 minutes Billionaire Jeffery Bezos comes second in the Billionaire Space Race, losing to Richard Branson. By Donovan Martin Jr. At 8:00 a.m. CDT, on July 20, 2021, Amazon founder and billionaire Jeffery Bezos launched a spacecraft with three other passengers. This comes nine days after Richard Branson, another billionaire, launched a vessel into space. Bezos was Read More…

World News Science Space

The Hubble Space Telescope Returns To Action

Reading Time: 2 minutes After a month-long period of inhibition, the Hubble Space Telescope is fully operational again after a succesful remote repair. By Donovan Martin Jr. One of Earth’s greatest looks to the great unknown of space, the Hubble Telescope, is finally operational again. With the telescope being constructed in the 1980s and launched on April 24, 1990, Read More…

Over 125 Dead And Hundreds Missing After Historic European Flood
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Over 125 Dead And Hundreds Missing After Historic European Flood

Reading Time: 2 minutes As water levels start to recede, the death toll rises as more bodies are uncovered after a record Central-European flood. By Donovan Martin Jr. Civilians living in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, and Slovakia had to be evacuated after a massive flood devastated the terrain. On July 15 and 16, 2021, torrential rains Read More…