UEFA warns teams could be fined if they move drinks at news conferences. Teams at Euro 2020 could face fines if their players move drinks provided by sponsors at news conferences, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba have done in recent days.
 3    10       # advertising # sponsors # contracts
Extinctions have been a natural part of the planet’s evolutionary history. 99% of the four billion species that have evolved on Earth are now gone.1 Most species have gone extinct.
 3    13       # extinction
Our planet now faces a global extinction crisis never witnessed by humankind. Scientists predict that more than 1 million species are on track for extinction in the coming decades.
 3    12       # extinction # destruction # human race
Handy tricks to get rid of those pesty bugs.
 5    21       # bugs # caching # control
Uber has a big secret: there’s no profit, no gains in efficiency or effectiveness, and, above all, no innovation. Simply put, Uber is one of the biggest scams in American economic history.
 9    35       # Uber
So many children dream of fast cars and rocket ships, but few actually grow up to build them – and change the world in the process.
 10    42       # Elon Musk # Tesla # SpaceX
A Florida freediving guide has captured images showing a bull shark so massive and “abnormally round” that it dwarfed other sharks and divers brave enough to swim in its company.
 10    41       # diving # sharks
Fiesta Gitana - bailaoras e bailaores. La velocidad y el ritmo que tienen no es de este mundo, qué maravilla!
 13    59       # flamenco # dance
Kelp forests — luxuriant coastal ecosystems that are home to a wide variety of marine biodiversity — are being wiped out from Tasmania to California, replaced by sea urchin barrens that are nearly devoid of life.
 15    71       # extinction # kelp # ecosystems
As humans have industrialised farming to feed a growing global population, pollinators – animals vital for plant reproduction – have seen their food supply decline.
 18    66       # conservation # nature # urban