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Inquiry opened over EU failure to consider environmental and social impacts of South American trade deal

18 hours ago   |   Client Earth

The European Ombudsman has opened an inquiry into the EU Commission's trade agreement with the ‘Mercosur' group of South American countries. This follows a complaint from...
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Rewild Yourself by Simon Barnes review - how to get closer to nature

2 days ago   |   The Guardian

Listen to the dawn chorus, find a giant moth... suggestions to enrich your life In CS Lewis's Voyage of the Dawn Treader , Lucy reads out a spell for revealing hidden things...
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Gall fly outmaneuvers host plant in game of “Spy vs. Spy”

2 days ago   |   British Ecological Society

According to John Tooker, professor of entomology, this complex scenario begins when a female gall fly lays its eggs in the leaf bud of a goldenrod plant. This action forces...
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EU - China Dialogue on Green Deal and Green Economic Recovery

2 days ago   |   Client Earth

On the 29th of June ClientEarth co-hosted a virtual workshop on green economic recovery on behalf of the bilateral EU - China Environment Project. The workshop focused on the...
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Learning about penguin's diet may save marine life, study finds

2 days ago   |   British Ecological Society

The waters of south-eastern Australia are a climate change hotspot, warming at four times the global average. Understanding how to future proof the prey of little penguins in...
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Trees can't move fast enough to escape a warming climate. Should we help them?

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

Concerned about trees' slow migration patterns, some ecologists are spreading seeds themselves. Critics fear they are playing God There is an impressive array of pine species...
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'Landscape of fear': what a mass of rotting reindeer carcasses taught scientists

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

When 323 reindeer were killed by lightning on a remote Norwegian plateau, their bodies were left for nature to take its course In August 2016, a park ranger stumbled upon 323...
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Mya-Rose Craig: ‘Young people need to see someone like them who is into nature'

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

The 18-year-old birder and environmentalist on improving diversity in her field and how the pandemic has affected the natural world The young birder and environmental...
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Coronavirus: world treating symptoms, not cause of pandemics, says UN

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

Ongoing destruction of nature will result in stream of animal diseases jumping to humans, says report Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The world is...
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Nuclear ‘power balls' may make meltdowns a thing of the past

7 days ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by Wired and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The basic idea behind all nuclear power plants is the same...
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Inquest Into The Death Of Nóra Quoirin To Begin In August

Inquest Into The Death Of Nóra Quoirin To Begin In August

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RE100 Leadership Awards 2020: Judging panels

RE100 Leadership Awards 2020: Judging panels

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1,000-Year-Old Cat Skeleton Suggests Nomadic Herders Cared for Ailing Pet

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FEATURE: ‘People and society have become increasingly divorced from nature'...

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Family welcomes inquest into London teenager's death in Malaysia

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Inquiry opened over EU failure to consider environmental and social impacts...

The European Ombudsman has opened an inquiry into the EU Commission's trade agreement with the ‘Mercosur' group of South American countries. This follows a complaint from... Read more ...