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Benedict McAleenan: Britain's coming Green Revolution will need better data

2 hours ago   |   Conservative Home

Benedict McAleenan is Policy Exchange's Senior Adviser on Energy and Environment In the middle of the last century, a Green Revolution saved over a billion lives. It wouldn't...
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Ecological grief: I mourn the loss of nature - it saved me from addiction

13 hours ago   |   The Guardian

I was struggling with my mental health when I started wandering daily on the marshes. The experience opened my eyes to the extraordinary healing power of the natural world...
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Of Munich's Air and Prisons: New Court of Justice Ruling on Effective Remedies

1 day ago   |   Client Earth

C-752/18 - Deutsche Umwelthilfe Shortly before Christmas, the Court of Justice rendered judgement on a preliminary reference from the Higher Administrative Court of Bavaria...
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Researchers blast ‘forever chemicals' into oblivion with plasma

1 day ago   |   Grist

Christopher Sales is an environmental microbiologist, and until recently, his world was about harnessing the power of microorganisms to break down contaminants in the...
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We have a chance to halt biodiversity loss. The stakes have never been higher

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Negotiations over a 10-year agenda for nature are about to begin. Our ecological future depends on the engagement of every global citizen The year 2020 has been designated a...
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Shocking photo shows gannet nests ‘overflowing with fishing debris'

Shocking photo shows gannet nests ‘overflowing with fishing debris'

2 days ago   |   Metro

This photo of gannets using discarded nets and ropes to build their nests highlights the increasing problem of plastic pollution on marine life A photo of gannets using...
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EU-wide conference on access to justice in environmental matters - 13 May 2020

4 days ago   |   Client Earth

EU environmental law, despite being one of the most comprehensive in the world, is still not properly implemented and enforced. As a result, Europe's environment is rapidly...
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I've had a negative relationship with exercise my entire life but Rumble Boxing completely changed my outlook - here's how it got me excited to work out

I've had a negative relationship with exercise my entire life but Rumble Boxing completely changed my outlook - here's how it got me excited to work out

5 days ago   |   Business Insider

I've had a negative relationship with exercise my entire life, due largely to anxiety, feeling personally awkward, and a lack of knowledge and skill in the fitness...
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Torres Strait Islanders win key ask after climate complaint

6 days ago   |   Client Earth

The Australian government has promised $25 million in climate adaptation spending for the Torres Strait - a key ask of a group of eight islanders who brought a world-first...
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Carrie Symonds' influence only goes so far - green Toryism is a hollow dream | Alex Niven

6 days ago   |   The Guardian

Love of nature may be a party tradition, but the urge to exploit is strong. Boris Johnson is unlikely to go beyond minor tinkering The nature of our new political consensus...
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29 things you can do for a lower carbon footprint that will hardly change...

29 things you can do for a lower carbon footprint that will hardly change your day

Carbon dioxide traps heat from the sun on earth, and as a result, polar ice is melting and sea levels are rising, and we're calling it climate change . In order to mitigate... Read more ...

Methane and the fossil fuel industry

Methane and the fossil fuel industry

When we talk about climate change we spend a lot of time going on about carbon dioxide, which comes mainly from the direct burning of fossil fuels, but we often neglect the... Read more ...

Climate change is turning shellfish toxic - and threatening Alaska Natives

Climate change is turning shellfish toxic - and threatening Alaska Natives

Phyllis Clough was driving to Read more ...

Championship TV fixtures 2019/20: Sky Sports listings for every match live...

Championship TV fixtures 2019/20: Sky Sports listings for every match live on TV and online

The Championship is once again proving itself as one of the greatest football leagues in the world. Millions will flock to the Premier League as their default football fix, but... Read more ...

Population estimates of birds in GB and UK

Population estimates of birds in GB and UK

Estimates of population size are a key tool, used alongside population trend information and that on other aspects of bird ecology to assess conservation status. Periodic... Read more ...

Jargon May Be Even Worse for Communicating Complexity Than You Thought

Jargon May Be Even Worse for Communicating Complexity Than You Thought

If your goal in communicating is to lock people out, may we suggest loading your comments with jargon? Jargon, a specialized language or set of expressions used by a specific... Read more ...

Butterflywatch: shedding new light on hibernation tactics

Butterflywatch: shedding new light on hibernation tactics

Winter is the biggest challenge for British butterflies. Most species tackle it in their vulnerable caterpillar form, burrowing into leaf litter, while others such as the... Read more ...

Trump's national security advisor wildly claims Russia wants to elect Bernie...

Trump's national security advisor wildly claims Russia wants to elect Bernie Sanders because he'd cut defense spending to fund social programs

Trump's national security advisor Robert O'Brien said during a CBS News interview that Russia would like to see Sanders become president, an assessment directly at odds with US... Read more ...

Inside abandoned Pontins left to rot and become swallowed by nature

Inside abandoned Pontins left to rot and become swallowed by nature

The abandoned Pontins in Hemsby, Norfolk has changed a lot since it was closed down 12 years ago, with grass and trees having grown in the shells of the gutted buildings Read more ...

Dior show opens with commentary on the patriarchy

Dior designer uses sophisticated optics to pitch the brand as conscious and engaged Because Christian Dior loved flowers and nature, he took the tulip as inspiration for his... Read more ...