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Sky News Breakfast: India on red list, Dominic Cummings & Bill Gates
On your Sky News Breakfast menu: - Indians are banned from entering the United Kingdom as COVID cases rise - Boris Johnson thinks Dominic Cummings is leaking his text messages, according to reports
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Mitzi Jonelle Tan grew up seeing climate change first hand
Mitzi Jonelle Tan is a climate justice activist in the Philippines, leading climate strikes around the world.
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Press Preview: A first look at Friday's newspaper headlines
Niall Paterson takes a first look at what's making Friday's headlines with the Financial Times' Whitehall editor, Sebastian Payne and senior editor at The Economist, Anne McElvoy.
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Toxic black carbon found in children of Polish town
There are fears for the health of future generations in a Polish town after studies found high levels of black carbon in children.
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Marcus Rashford joins campaign to end food poverty
Marcus Rashford has already his skill in the political arena as well as on the football pitch.
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India facing a 'storm' of COVID-19 cases
India has reported more than 300,000 new COVID-19 cases in one day, the highest number reported anywhere in the world since the pandemic began.
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President Biden’s climate summit and how the world celebrated Earth Day
On today’s Daily Climate Show, we look at what President Biden’s climate summit could achieve.
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The Bangladeshi engineer with a solar solution
The #DailyClimateShow meets the Bangladeshi engineer with a solar solution. Gopal Kumar Mohoto has invented a vending machine that could help power more than one million vehicles in Bangladesh.
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Watch live: President Joe Biden hosts Earth Day summit with 40 world leaders
Joe Biden marks Earth Day by hosting a two-day virtual climate summit to announce new carbon emission targets.
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The Chernobyl survivor turning waves into power
Inna Braverman survived the Chernobyl nuclear disaster as a baby. Now, she has dedicated her life to fighting pollution.
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Climate Data Dive: Which sectors are the most-polluting?
What sectors across the world are polluting us the most and what's the UK's carbon consumption? Sky's Ed Conway has the answers in this Data Dive.
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Earth Day 2021: 'We can build back greener' - Boris Johnson
The Prime Minister has told the virtual climate summit that the world can bounce back from the pandemic by building back greener.
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Earth Day 2021: 'All of us have to step up' - President Biden
US President Joe Biden marks Earth Day by hosting a two-day virtual climate summit to announce new carbon emission targets by 2030. The target is based on 2005 levels of emissions.
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Kwasi Kwarteng: 'Carbon emissions reduced 45% since 1990, but no one says it's easy'
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has spoken positively about UK efforts to reduce the UK carbon budget, saying that the economy can grow while emissions fall.
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Satisfying to get justice, says George Floyd murder witness Christopher Martin
Christopher Martin sold cigarettes to George Floyd in the minutes before his death and watched with his hands on his head in disbelief as Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd's neck.
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Can Biden convince American drivers to go electric?
The United States has a climate target of net zero by 2050 - to help them get there, President Biden is hoping Americans will switch to electric cars.
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Sky News Breakfast: George Floyd's legacy and global climate ambition
On Sky News Breakfast with Stephen Dixon: - what will George Floyd's legacy mean for the United States? - and President Biden holds a global climate summit.
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We need to talk about period plastic
Ella Daish has been campaigning against period plastic since 2018. Her award-winning campaign has led to major brands removing unnecessary plastic from their products.
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Press Preview: A first look at Thursday's newspaper headlines
Niall Paterson takes a first look at what's making Thursday's headlines with the consultant editor of the Daily Mail, Andrew Pierce and the associate editor of the Daily Mirror, Kevin Maguire.
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British government accused of targeting the 'world's most marginalised' with aid cuts
Aid agencies have accused the UK government of dealing 'a tragic blow to the world's most marginalised people' after ministers revealed some details of planned cuts to the foreign aid budget.
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Russia: Hundreds of pro-Navalny protesters arrested
United Nations human rights experts have warned that the life of imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is in danger and he should be allowed to leave the country.
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How seagrass is the seed of plans to tackle climate change
16,000 bags of seagrass seeds are being planted off the coast of Plymouth to help create an underwater meadow.
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Chauvin Trial: Will the verdict bring real change?
The conviction of Derek Chauvin over the killing of George Floyd has been described as a landmark moment for America.
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Adam Toledo: The teen shot by Chicago police
13-year-old Adam Toledo was shot dead by Chicago police officer during a foot chase.
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Why is seagrass a climate superhero?
On today’s show, we speak to the former Bank of England Governor about a new climate initiative, find out why seagrass are eco-friendly superheroes and the rise of ocean robots.
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Meet the engineer turning waste plastic into paving slabs
Meet Kenyan engineer Nzambi Matee - her company turns recycled waste plastic into paving slabs.
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George Floyd's legacy: Marcia Rigg, 'this is a historical moment'
The sister of Sean Rigg, who died being restrained in a prone position in Brixton in 2008, says there's been no real change in how Black people are treated by police since that time.
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George Floyd's brother: 'He should still be here'
Philonise Floyd reflects on Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict and what it means to him, his family, and the rest of the world.
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Lord Simon Woolley: 'This isn't a moment to be in denial'
Lord Simon Woolley reflects on the Derek Chauvin verdict, racism in the UK and the much-criticised report on racial inequalities.
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Watch live: Boris Johnson faces Sir Keir Starmer at PMQs, with the PM under fire over texts to Dyson
Boris Johnson faces Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer at #PMQs, as the Prime Minister himself comes under fire over texts to billionaire Sir James Dyson.  Follow live updates
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