How The Gambia’s oyster farmers are being hit by climate change

How The Gambia’s oyster farmers are being hit by climate change

Oyster farming in The Gambia is completely dominated by women, who harvest, process and market the oysters. But they are now seeing their livelihoods slowly disappear – party because of climate change, which is affecting the mangrove ecosystem where the oysters grow. They are experiencing higher surface temperatures, rising sea levels, acidification More...

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Chelsea sale: Todd Boehly consortium set to complete deal on Monday
By Boston Journal On Sunday, May 29th, 2022
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Chelsea sale: Todd Boehly consortium set to complete deal on Monday

Chelsea won the Premier League five times and the Champions League twice during Abramovich’s ownership The Chelsea sale is expected to be completed on Monday after a “final and definitive agreement” More...

Chelsea sale: Who are the key people behind consortium buying club?
By Boston Journal On Tuesday, May 10th, 2022
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Chelsea sale: Who are the key people behind consortium buying club?

Chelsea’s new owners are all but confirmed, with the club agreeing terms on its £4.25bn ($5.2bn) sale to a consortium led by Todd Boehly. But who are the key people behind the consortium? BBC Sport takes More...

Why I didn't use my real name at work
By Boston Journal On Thursday, April 21st, 2022
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Why I didn’t use my real name at work

Should you change your name to fit in? That’s what BBC reporter Noor Nanji did, switching to “Nina” instead. And she’s not the only one. There’s a long history of people anglicising their names, including More...

My Job: 'Covid has made it impossible to switch off'
By Boston Journal On Saturday, April 2nd, 2022
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My Job: ‘Covid has made it impossible to switch off’

By Lora JonesBusiness reporter, BBC News Image source, Ed Kendall The pandemic has transformed the world of work across the UK and the easing of restrictions has left many questioning what they do and More...

Energy bills: 'It's really extraordinarily grim'
By Boston Journal On Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022
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Energy bills: ‘It’s really extraordinarily grim’

In a statement, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy told Money Box: “We recognise that leaseholders and heat network customers are currently only protected by the energy price cap More...

My job: What it's like digging graves for a living
By Boston Journal On Friday, February 4th, 2022
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My job: What it’s like digging graves for a living

By Lora JonesBusiness reporter, BBC News Image source, Mark SealeyImage caption, Mark Sealey has been digging graves for over four decades The pandemic has transformed the world of work. From setting More...

By Boston Journal On Saturday, December 11th, 2021
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Key Cultural Tourism Project! Performing Arts China Settles in Suzhou High-tech Zone!

Yesterday (Dec. 9), Suzhou High-tech Zone and Performing Arts China signed a cooperation agreement, marking the official settlement of Performing Arts China – Digital Performing Arts Industry Center in High-tech More...

By Boston Journal On Friday, July 16th, 2021
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Diversified Investments In Healthcare Sector: Cryptocurrency Is The Future

Blockchain technology was incepted in 2009, and it is often dubbed as the next big technology that can change the world. There are many crypto tech companies that aim to integrate diversified investments with blockchain More...

Covid-19 furlough scheme starts to be scaled back
By Boston Journal On Saturday, July 10th, 2021
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Covid-19 furlough scheme starts to be scaled back

Like many, Michele Merlo, Assistant General Manager of Crazy Pizza has been on and off the furlough scheme for the last 15 months. He’s struggled but says he “wouldn’t mind going back to furlough More...