Kieya Arshia

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Property predictions: what does 2017 have in store for the housing market?

It has been a challenging year, from the seemingly unprecedented number of celebrity deaths to the shock results of major political voting events – and it hasn’t been much smoother for the property market.<p>In April, the stamp duty threshold for buyers of second homes or buy-to-let properties was …

Trump’s win is a deadly threat to stopping climate change.

A President Clinton would have faced a divided Congress, limiting what she could accomplish in terms of advancing climate action. But with both …

Sleep: Kuala Lumpur

<b>Best new address: St. Regis Kuala Lumpur</b><br>Opened just months ago and housed in a lavish new 48-storey skyscraper, every surface at the St. Regis …

My Journey Into The Scottish Highlands: Mountains, Lochs, and Glens | World Travel Guide - Part 2

Hairy Highland Coo!<p>Buachaille Etive Mor<p>Exploring The Scottish Highlands<p>My Scottish Highlands road trip began in Glasgow after taking the train from …

The World's Best (?) Beaches: Beach-Bumming on the Looney Front - Part 2

Continuing the quixotic crusade against prioritising beaches as the world's best or most beautiful, on the Top Ten list, or Top 25, or Top 50, let's tilt at a few more windmills in the current craze to number everything as the top 7, top 11, top 9 ¾ etc.<p>Listed - The Baths Virgin Gorda, British …

How to make plastic from CO2 and plants - Futurity

A novel way to make plastic from carbon dioxide (CO2) and inedible plant material could provide a low-carbon alternative to plastic bottles.

Carbon Dioxide

New plastic-eating bacteria could help save planet

<b>(CNN) —</b> Scientists in Japan have discovered a strain of bacteria that can eat plastic, a finding that might help solve the world's fast-growing plastic pollution problem.<p>The species fully breaks down one of the most common kinds of plastic called Polyethylene terephthalate (PET). It's the type …

Pollution