Nature > Conservation

Does the non-traditional nature of some Red Wall MPs make them more vulnerable to defecting?

1 day ago   |   Conservative Home

The most famous parliamentary defector is notable not only for who he was, but because he did it twice. When Winston Churchill ratted from the Unionists to the Liberals in...
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Jake Fiennes: ‘I don't want to be the Gordon Ramsay of conservation'

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

It's a tough gig: restore UK wildlife and produce better food. But the expletive-loving conservationist has pulled it off, earning the respect of farmers and ecologists. How's...
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Rewilding the Galápagos can be a model for a new way to coexist with nature | Danny Rueda Córdova and Leonardo DiCaprio

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

We must work with local communities to restore key species on a global scale if we are to tackle the climate and biodiversity crises gripping the world
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‘Pretty damn cool': Ellie Goulding on rewilding as a cure for our planet - and our mental health

6 days ago   |   The Guardian

The singer-songwriter and UN environment ambassador is a self-confessed ‘nature nerd' and urges her fans to get ‘stuck in' to ecological activism
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Danny Stone: The Online Safety Bill is a necessary curb on inflammatory internet content

7 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Danny Stone MBE is the Chief Executive of the Antisemitism Policy Trust Last week, Toby Young and I spoke to a group of Conservative MPs about the Online Safety Bill. You'd...
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Rewinding 100 years: the Devon neighbours who united to rewild on a grand scale

8 days ago   |   The Guardian

A forester, a farmer and a child psychologist have formed a pioneering group to bring even more nature back to their valley Dorette Engi, a child psychotherapist from north...
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Montreal to host delayed Cop15 summit to halt ‘alarming' global biodiversity loss

8 days ago   |   The Guardian

Experts warn ambitious targets for nature must be agreed at UN meeting, moved from China to Canada after two-year wait The date for a key UN nature summit has finally been...
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Five highly protected marine areas to be set up in English waters

9 days ago   |   The Guardian

Guardian given details about next generation of marine nature reserves where all fishing is banned Five highly protected marine areas will this week be created by the...
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Welcome to wild Britain: the beavers are back and there's more to come

9 days ago   |   The Guardian

Its detractors argue it is an indulgence, but rewilding is gaining momentum with projects attracting investors, creating jobs and gaining community support When the Chelsea...
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From protection to recovery: are our institutions fit for purpose?

9 days ago   |   British Ecological Society

Are environmental governance institutions shifting to be able to manage the recovery, rather than just the protection of nature? In his 2022 paper, ‘To capitalise on the Decade...
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National turtle dove survey results warn of low numbers, but solutions give hope

The results of the first ever national turtle dove survey have been published. Whilst the survey is as a result of fantastic effort from volunteers, the population now stands... Read more ...

Portraits of Recovery: Nature photography project launched to improve young...

A new photography project has been launched to help young people connect with nature and improve their emotional wellbeing. Read more ...

Mongrel mix: dogs arose from at least two populations of wolves, study finds

Man's best friend genetically most similar to ancient Siberian wolves, although these are not direct ancestors, Nature reveals The tale of how grey wolves became the family dog... Read more ...

What's wrong with the economy? Climate change, for one

What's wrong with the economy? Climate change, for one

It's hard to wrap your head around the toll that climate change is taking on the economy. Last year, floods, wildfires, and other weather-related disasters cost the United... Read more ...

Climeworks is building a bigger carbon removal plant - and getting some new...

Climeworks is building a bigger carbon removal plant - and getting some new competition

Last fall, an emerging climate solution hit a milestone when the Swiss company Climeworks switched on its “Orca” plant , an array of fans and filters that capture carbon... Read more ...

Logging is destroying southern forests - and dividing US environmentalists

Logging is destroying southern forests - and dividing US environmentalists

In the fight against climate change, the $300-billion U.S. logging and woods products industry has positioned itself as a purveyor of “natural climate solutions.” The idea is... Read more ...

Extreme heat puts workers in danger. A new report calls for action

Every year, heat causes at least 170,000 work-related injuries and as many as 2,000 fatalities. It's one of the top five causes of workplace injuries and deaths, and summers... Read more ...

Top source expects Chelsea ‘to be among the bidders' for huge English talent

Top source expects Chelsea ‘to be among the bidders' for huge English talent

The transfer window is currently in full flow and Chelsea are heavily involved now as we expected them to be. There is plenty of time left yet in this window to get many deals... Read more ...

Take The Scenic Route With These 5 Walking Trails Across The UAE

Take The Scenic Route With These 5 Walking Trails Across The UAE

Fancy a beautiful stroll to clear your mind or want a picnic with scenic views? Take the scenic route with these stunning walking trails across the UAE: 5. Wadi Abadilah... Read more ...

The iPhone at 15: pro photographers on how it changed their world

This week marks 15 years since the iPhone first went on sale and ushered in a new era: the age of the smartphone. To record a snapshot of that change, Associated Press... Read more ...