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Coronavirus is an ‘SOS signal for the human enterprise'

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

UN environment chief and economist warn human wealth depends on nature's health Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The coronavirus pandemic is an...
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Why is everything falling apart in 2020?

2 days ago   |   Grist

Q. Dear Umbra, Did any aspect of climate change cause the pandemic to happen this year? Could pandemics happen more often? - Which Oracle Read Rightly Imminent, Existential...
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How does an increase in nitrogen application affect grasslands?

5 days ago   |   British Ecological Society

The “PaNDiv” experiment, established by researchers of the University of Bern on a 3000 m 2 field site, is the largest biodiversity-ecosystem functioning experiment in...
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New dates announced for COP26

New dates announced for COP26

9 days ago   |   Climate Group

Thursday 28 May, London - The UK government has today confirmed that the UN climate change conference, COP26, will be held in November 2021 in Glasgow, having initially been...
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The Nature of Islamophobia: A Test of a Tripartite View in Five Countries

10 days ago   |   Harvard

Fatih Uenal, Robin Bergh, Jim Sidanius, Andreas Zick, Sasha Kimel, and Jonas R. Kunst. 5/27/2020. “ The Nature of Islamophobia: A Test of a Tripartite View in Five Countries .”...
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Cyclone Amphan and Coronavirus Have Exposed the Failings of Neoliberalism in India and Bangladesh

Cyclone Amphan and Coronavirus Have Exposed the Failings of Neoliberalism in India and Bangladesh

15 days ago   |   Novara Media

On Wednesday, Cyclone Amphan hit the eastern coast of India and Bangladesh, killing at least 84 people. Now-weakened, the first super cyclone to have formed in the Bay of...
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Good news: Americans can freak out about coronavirus and climate change at the same time

17 days ago   |   Grist

Imagine that you've lost your job. (Since total unemployment claims skyrocketed to 36 million last week, you may not have to imagine.) You're not just worried about catching a...
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The Under2 Coalition celebrates five years of driving climate leadership

The Under2 Coalition celebrates five years of driving climate leadership

17 days ago   |   Climate Group

For five years the Under2 Coalition has been driving climate leadership. Now, in the first year of the Climate Decade, the world's largest state and regional climate coalition...
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Cities aren't doomed to repeat the bad old days

20 days ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by Slate and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Trains and buses are running half-empty, abandoned by frightened...
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In Western Washington, a community comes together around a flour mill

21 days ago   |   Grist

View the video in your browser This article is published in partnership with: You're probably aware there's a flour shortage. We're out of yeast, too, as headlines and empty...
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Major British businesses commit to electrify their fleets on World...

Major British businesses commit to electrify their fleets on World Environment Day

On World Environment Day, British businesses are leading the transition to electric transport. Five major companies join The Climate Group's global electric vehicles initiative... Read more ...

Public Toilets Are An Equalities Issue. Why Don't We Care?

Public Toilets Are An Equalities Issue. Why Don't We Care?

If parks and open spaces are beacons of nature's abundant beauty, their toilets are always an unworldly hideous mess. Blue-lit, mud-strewn and barely plumbed, they're a means... Read more ...

The Climate Group welcomes new India Director

The Climate Group welcomes new India Director

New Delhi, 5 th June 2020 -The Climate Group, today welcomes Divya Sharma to its international leadership team as India Director. Sharma is an international climate and urban... Read more ...

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19 products we were hesitant about at first but ended up really liking

We're not shy about advocating for products we love (see: 21 game-changing products we swear by in our everyday lives or The 36 best products we discovered in 2018 , to name a... Read more ...

The Atlantic hurricane season just started. It's already breaking records

The Atlantic hurricane season just started. It's already breaking records

As you read this, the third named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, which officially started on June 1, is churning its way across southern Mexico. Meteorologists expect... Read more ...

The best free DVD ripper 2020: copy and save your DVD collection

The best free DVD ripper 2020: copy and save your DVD collection

There are a number of free DVD rippers out there. However, the right ones will let you easily convert the disc's contents to a file that can be stored anywhere without having... Read more ...

The great outdoors. top tips for alfresco living

Here's how to make the most of your outside space this summer With space in our homes at a premium, even the tiniest outdoor plot provides solace. We've never needed nature's... Read more ...

READERS' LETTERS: Nature a welcome winner from lockdown

Sir, - One welcome winner from lockdown has been nature. Read more ...

The best subtle perfumes for summer

Wearing a big scent in close confines is a bit like doing the dishes in a ballgown. Try something in a lower key Spraying on perfume makes me feel as ready as cleaning my teeth... Read more ...

EUTR News - March to May 2020

This issue of ClientEarth 's EUTR News provides an update on the operation of the EU's law to address illegal logging, the EU Timber Regulation , from March to May 2020. Unlike... Read more ...