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Statement gowns, MooLoos and woolly mammoths

By France24
18 September 2021   |   1:33 pm
We take a look at how the press is covering the growing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. We then discuss the "climate election" in Norway and how the press is predicting a similar trend in Europe. The papers are also exploring some novel ideas in climate science: from teaching cows to use a loo to bringing back the woolly mammoth. Finally, we discuss the "powerful" gowns of the MET Gala.

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We take a look at how the press is covering the growing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. We then discuss the "climate election" in Norway and how the press is predicting a similar trend in Europe. The papers are also exploring some novel ideas in climate science: from teaching cows to use a loo to bringing back the woolly mammoth. Finally, we discuss the "powerful" gowns of the MET Gala.