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The future of beef might be a sausage fest

The future of beef might be a sausage fest

11 days ago   |   Grist

In April, a little black calf with dabs of white on his back hooves was born. It was the first time Joey Owen, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Davis...
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The Reader: Tories must keep their pledge and protect nature

14 days ago   |   Evening Standard

In his speech yesterday, Environment Secretary George Eustice had the opportunity to match the Government's ambitious rhetoric with action to address the nature and climate...
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Using coronavirus as cover for forest destruction

Using coronavirus as cover for forest destruction

14 days ago   |   Friends of the Earth Scotland

In Indonesia and Sri Lanka the governments' responses to the coronavirus crisis threaten to destroy previously protected forests which support local communities and are...
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What next for nature? Postcards from the future

What next for nature? Postcards from the future

14 days ago   |   Bristol Natural History Consortium

We're halfway through 2020 and this year has been a massive time of change for everyone. As we all move towards some kind of ‘new normal' - what would you like to see in the...
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This makeup ingredient could destroy 99% of ‘forever chemicals'

15 days ago   |   Grist

Since the 1940s, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances - more commonly known as PFAS - have been leaching into the soil , the groundwater , and our bodies. PFAS pollution is now...
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From the lab to the field, agriculture seeks to adapt to a warming world

From the lab to the field, agriculture seeks to adapt to a warming world

16 days ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by Yale Environment 360 and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. It may be coming to a bakery near you: bread made...
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Lily Cole: ‘We need to be more forgiving'

16 days ago   |   The Guardian

Supermodel, Cambridge graduate, activist - Lily Cole has many strings to her bow. Now she's written a book that tackles our most urgent challenge I am tramping through the long...
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‘A stunning betrayal:' How Democrats voted to give part of a wildlife refuge to the military

18 days ago   |   Grist

House Democrats recently introduced a long-awaited 538-page report chock-full of policy proposals to help manage the climate crisis and achieve an equitable economy. But that...
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North Atlantic right whales now officially 'one step from extinction'

19 days ago   |   The Guardian

International Union for the Conservation of Nature's Red List changes ocean giants' status to ‘critically endangered' With their population still struggling to recover from...
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Wilding plans - Bison in Kent and an ambitious proposal for East Anglia

19 days ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

With the effects of the climate crisis on the environment becoming increasingly clear, there are some interesting plans to re-wild areas with benefits for wildlife, ecosystems...
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This Skyrim mod covers you in dirt and blood, Red Dead Redemption 2-style

This Skyrim mod covers you in dirt and blood, Red Dead Redemption 2-style

One of the most memorable aspects of Red Dead Redemption 2's realism is how it reflects the nature of life on the road on Arthur himself. Stray from taking regular baths and... Read more ...

Button: Russell needs a move before Mercedes

Button: Russell needs a move before Mercedes

Jenson Button thinks that George Russell needs another stepping stone before joining the Mercedes senior team. Russell is part of the Mercedes driver programme but he will not... Read more ...

Which states are making the most progress on emissions? Not the ones you think

Which states are making the most progress on emissions? Not the ones you think

For over a decade, the U.S. federal government has failed to pursue major action on climate change , leaving most of the hard work of cutting carbon emissions to individual... Read more ...

New Dragonfly Species for MK: Lesser Emperor - Harry Appleyard

New Dragonfly Species for MK: Lesser Emperor - Harry Appleyard

While inspecting one of the ponds in Tattenhoe yesterday I spotted an Emperor that stood out from the rest nearby. With green eyes and a largely brown abdomen with a blue... Read more ...

Capturing Ecology: Behind the Lens - Top tips for photographers

Capturing Ecology: Behind the Lens - Top tips for photographers

The winning images from our annual photography competition, Capturing Ecology, gain an increasing amount of coverage with each passing year. But what about the... Read more ...

Zebra bites back at 8ft crocodile twice its weight and somehow wins

Zebra bites back at 8ft crocodile twice its weight and somehow wins

A zebra broke free from the jaws of a crocodile in southern Kenya A zebra has well and truly earned its stripes after breaking free from the jaws of a crocodile twice its size... Read more ...

My Beauty Prism: Sustainable Heroes by Ateh Jewel

My Beauty Prism: Sustainable Heroes by Ateh Jewel

Lockdown has been a huge time of reflection for so many of us. Covid-19 has reminded us all that we are part of a wider ecosystem and community. I especially craved nature and... Read more ...

John Lewis fought for equal protection. That means tackling pollution...

John Lewis fought for equal protection. That means tackling pollution, poverty, and policing

In the two months since George Floyd's death at the hands of police, Americans have marched, protested, rallied, and spoken out about the need for systemic change. It's the... Read more ...

Coronation Street spoilers: What happens next in the Geoff and Yasmeen...

Coronation Street spoilers: What happens next in the Geoff and Yasmeen storyline?

Geoff Metcalfe 's controlling behaviour towards his wife Yasmeen Nazir in Coronation Street is high on the list of the show's most dramatic and dark storylines. What started as... Read more ...

Extreme heat is worse in redlined neighborhoods

View the video in your browser As you move through a city, you probably notice summer heat can be a lot worse depending on which neighborhood you're in. This isn't a... Read more ...