World and Press - October 1 2019

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  • Wildlife: An example of mismanaging nature
  • Environment: Banana-eating walkers put Ben Nevis on a slippery slope (+ Audio, Übungsmaterial)
  • UK: Scotland’s independence
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  • Hurricane Dorian: Stigma of being Haitian in the Bahamas reignites after hurricane (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Opinion: In an online world, we could forget everything  (+ Übungsmaterial)
  • Wildlife: An example of mismanaging nature
  • Technology: Super-efficient flats don’t need heating or air-con (+ Audio, Übungsmaterial)
  • Drugs: Dumped drugs risk creating ‘meth-gators’
  • Gerrymandering: Free and fair vote might rest on court case
  • Education: Cuts put paid to end-of-term school trips (+ Audio)
  • Environment: Banana-eating walkers put Ben Nevis on a slippery slope (+ Audio, Übungsmaterial)
  • UK: Scotland’s independence
  • Australia: Climbers flock to Uluru before a ban  (Übungsmaterial)
  • Fortune: Thousands join new gold rush
  • Basketball: The NBA is pushing into Africa
  • Business: High time we relaxed rules on hemp, say farmers
  • Trade: Africa creates largest free trade bloc
  • Technology: Wearable technology may soon track employee performance (+ Audio)
  • Cities: The death of the sidewalk
  • Conlangers: Languages that are all their own
  • Aviation: Man who found Titanic searches Pacific atoll for Amelia Earhart
  • Climate: Arctic fires ‘indicate scale of climate crisis’ (+ Audio)
  • Smartphones: Put down the phone, US teenagers tell addicted parents
  • Air travel: World’s most frequent flyer passes the 21 million miles mark