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Subject Espresso - Boxing star Nicola Adams fights sexist stereotypes, surveillance crackdown in Thailand, French parliament bans conversion therapy
Date December 15, 2021 1:01 PM
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UK boxing star Nicola Adams fights sexist stereotypes [[link removed]]

A new documentary traces double Olympic gold medallist Nicola Adams' battle for equality in boxing

In Thailand's Muslim south, phones cut off in surveillance crackdown [[link removed]]

Malay Muslims in Thailand's deep south have lost access to mobile services due to the government’s latest surveillance measure in the restive region

French parliament bans LGBT+ conversion therapy [[link removed]]

Countries including Brazil and Malta have already moved to ban practices that seek to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity

Global warming of 3C could cost $1.6 trillion a year in lost labour [[link removed]]

As temperatures rise, outdoor workers will find it harder to adapt, especially in already-hot places like the Gulf

To dye for: Indonesia's carbon-rich mangroves in fashion with women weavers [[link removed]]

Mangroves have an outsize role in sequestering planet-heating carbon dioxide emissions but they are disappearing fast in Indonesia

Britain's first gay banking chief executive wants to shake up finance [[link removed]]

Anthony Watson, the first openly gay British bank chief executive, aims to change the 'pale, stale, male and straight' banking world

Trans youth denied hormones at greater risk of depression, suicide - study [[link removed]]

Transgender teens and young adults unable to access cross-sex hormones are more likely to be depressed or have attempted suicide, U.S. study finds

Senegalese lawmakers draft tougher laws against LGBT [[link removed]]

Same-sex relations remain taboo in many socially conservative African societies, where some religious groups have branded it a corrupting Western import

New York City set to ban natural gas in new buildings [[link removed]]

Should the law pass, new buildings in the city of 8.8 million residents - biggest in the United States - will have to use electricity for heat and cooking

Opinion OPINION: The EU must not classify gas as a green fuel [[link removed]]

As the EU sets out its green guidance for investors it is considering labelling fossil fuel gas a green energy source – a grave mistake

OPINION: Switch to renewables to come in from the cold [[link removed]]

Ramping up clean power can not only ensure our long-term survival but keep the lights on in the meantime

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