Australia on fire: a warming of oceans and the atmosphere means more to come

Tweet The country’s three-year drought and bush fires that turned 11 million hectares of forest into cinders casts a light on the global climate crisis. A spokesperson from the Australian Conservation Foundation said: “Scott Morrison is still denying global warming and his answers for it are inadequate.”  The nation contributes to 1.3% of the world’s pollution, but taking into account how much coal it exports to South East Asian countries like China, Japan and India- the percentage would be around 17%.  “To keep digging and burning fossil fuels will condemn us to…

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Cricket Weekly Column #12 Ashes Third Test Review

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the 12th edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. This week we look at what happened at Headingley in the third Ashes test with Australia one win away from retaining the urn. —————————————————————————————————————- What happened at Lords’? England recovered well from their thrashing at Edgbaston but after rain had washed out one and a half days of cricket a result was never likely. It would have been a pleasing sight to see Jonny Bairstow…

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Cricket Weekly Column #11 Second Ashes Test Recap

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the 11th edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. This week we will be going over what happened at Lords’ in the second Ashes Test as England looked to bounce back from a crushing defeat at Edgbaston. What happened at Edgbaston? There was plenty that England learned from Edgbaston but the one thing they would have been concerned about was the way they quickly unravelled in the second innings. It was a shockingly poor batting…

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Cricket Weekly Column #10 First Ashes Test and T20 Blast

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the 10th edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. The Ashes get underway with the First Test at Edgbaston as England look to win back the urn after their 4-0 hammering down under two years ago. As well as this we’ll be looking at the top 10 moments from this years Vitality T20 Blast so far. ——————————————————————————————————————– The Ashes, the oldest rivalry in the history of cricket and the series that has produced some of…

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Cricket Weekly Column #9 Overtime’s Cricket World Cup Best XI and England v Ireland

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the ninth edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. After the culmination of the World Cup, this week it would be appropriate to select our XI of the tournament. As well as this we’ll be going over what happened when England took on Ireland in the Men in Green’s first-ever Test match at Lord’s. Overtime’s Cricket World Cup Team of the Tournament: Rohit Sharma (India) 648 runs @81 (five hundreds, one fifty) Top Score: 140…

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Cricket Weekly Column #8 World Cup Final

Tweet The #CWC19 final is underway! 🏆 Scorecard: https://t.co/76mwqQirwK#ExpressYourself #WeAreEngland #ENGvNZ pic.twitter.com/HT9F0BFsxH — England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 14, 2019 Welcome to a special edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we are covering the World Cup final! Who will come out on top between England and New Zealand? Sunday July 14 England v New Zealand at Lords’ New Zealand: 241/8 (Nicholls 55, Latham 47, Woakes 3-37, Plunkett 3-42) England: 241 (Stokes 84no, Buttler 59, Neesham 3-43, Ferguson 3-50) Super Over England: 15/0 (Stokes 8no, Buttler 7no, Boult 0-15) New Zealand: 15/1…

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