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These dirty power plants cost billions and only operate in summer. Can they be replaced?

23 days ago   |   Grist

As the U.S. approaches another scorching summer , the power grid will be tested once again. Energy use typically spikes during heat waves due to the massive amount of...
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Finding sanctuary in photographing nature during lockdown

24 days ago   |   The Guardian

Determined to find an uplifting moment every day, the Yorkshire photographer Rebecca Cole has been in search of images that bring spring to her family and friends in lockdown...
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‘It feels like nobody cares': The Americans living without running water amid COVID-19

28 days ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Joshua Haynes was raised to work hard and take care of his...
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Primates on BBC: What are primates?

Primates on BBC: What are primates?

30 days ago   |   Daily Express

PRIMATES on BBC is a new nature documentary showing just how close humans are to a particular animal family. What are primates?
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You can triple your impact on the COVID-19 response in Malawi

You can triple your impact on the COVID-19 response in Malawi

1 month ago   |   SolarAid

My name is Brave Mhonie, I lead the team in Malawi. I hope you are keeping safe and well. I love the SolarAid supporters, and I am worried to hear of the updates about the...
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Press release: solar is lighting up Malawi's un-electrified clinics

1 month ago   |   SolarAid

A pandemic in the dark - solar is lighting up Malawi's un-electrified clinics Over 15.6 million people in Malawi are facing the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic while living...
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Doctor Who lockdown special reveals outcome of Human Nature villain

Doctor Who lockdown special reveals outcome of Human Nature villain

1 month ago   |   Radio Times

Doctor Who ‘s Human Nature and The Family of Blood may have aired in 2007 as part of series three, but in a recent lockdown watchalong, the writer has revealed the outcome of...
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Kids, dogs, slides - and trying to dodge the virus | Séamas O'Reilly

1 month ago   |   The Guardian

There's a good deal to worry about on a short trip out with the boy I've mentioned how the current strangeness has given rise to so many wonderful aspects of human nature; acts...
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Perth woodland plan to balance nature and people

Perth woodland plan to balance nature and people

1 month ago   |   Daily Record

A series of measures like improved car parking and interpretation boards promise to make Moncreiffe Hill a top class family visitor site overlooking the Fair City.
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Horse comb and corn doll among gifts given to royal family last year

1 month ago   |   The Guardian

Items received by the Queen and others from across the world is a eclectic mix The Queen's well-documented passion for horses has led to numerous official gifts of an...
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How renewable energy could emerge on top after the pandemic

How renewable energy could emerge on top after the pandemic

This story was originally published by Yale E360 and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, renewable energy was... Read more ...

Emily Ratajkowski gets back to nature as she poses seductively among lush...

Emily Ratajkowski gets back to nature as she poses seductively among lush foliage

Emily Ratajkowski flashed her enviable physique on Saturday morning to promote the latest pieces from her Inamorata collection. She stunned in a sheer dress and bikini bottom. Read more ...

How to protect bees in your garden or balcony in nine easy steps

How to protect bees in your garden or balcony in nine easy steps

Make your garden into a bee haven Bees are in a bad way. Climate change and an increasingly urban environment have caused loads of trouble for bees and other pollinators, with... Read more ...

The darkness of coronavirus is still lurking despite the sunny weather

The darkness of coronavirus is still lurking despite the sunny weather

Our columnist Annie Brown says human nature has desensitised us to the daily death toll of Covid-19 Read more ...

Nature is thriving during lockdown: 5 things we need to do to keep protecting it

What we can learn from the resulting green shoots. Read more ...

Being black while in nature: 'You're an endangered species'

Many black nature-lovers have to employ defense mechanisms - lest a situation turn sticky and they have to answer questions from a suspecting police officer It was 2011 when... Read more ...

Sky's Wild Animal Babies: Watch heart-rendering moment elephant calf...

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Wild Animal Babies is finally launching on Sky Nature, and... Read more ...

In Canada, Inuit communities are shaping research priorities

This story was originally published by Undark and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Ten years ago, the 1,200 residents of the tiny, mostly Inuit... Read more ...

Meera Sodha's vegan recipe for no-cook chickpea, tomato and cucumber salad |...

A quick, easy, throw-together salad to welcome the start of summer When the warm weather arrives, I don't want to cook, but I do still want to eat something delicious. Hence... Read more ...

The Prince of Wales to join virtual tea party

The Prince of Wales will join in on a virtual tea party on Sunday, 31 May. The party is in celebration of the 125th anniversary of the National Trust. Set to start at 3 p.m... Read more ...