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Who Are You? review - Wertenbaker's eco-parable invites us to think differently

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Available online A solitary woman finds a strange new presence in her remote house in this audio play which debates people v the planet, nature v culture The stranger on the...
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Joanna Lumley suggests wartime rationing to save planet from climate change

Joanna Lumley suggests wartime rationing to save planet from climate change

2 days ago   |   Metro   |   2 articles

Trying to battle climate change? That's a rationing Joanna Lumley believes an absolutely fabulous way to tackle the climate emergency may be through a similar practice to...
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Elton John: The Lockdown Sessions review - Elton as bejewelled curator

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

This album of collaborations with everyone from Stevie Wonder to Nicki Minaj is by nature disjointed - but fun Since his last studio album in 2013, Elton John has fashioned...
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Ear for eye - Amber Wilkinson - 17203

6 days ago   |   Eye For Film

There's poetry and motion, not just of characters but through time, flowing through Debbie Tucker Green's film adaptation of her own play for the screen. Experimental in...
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Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks reveals Hodgkin Lymphoma cancer diagnosis

15 days ago   |   CaughtOffside   |   10 articles

Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks has been diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin Lymphoma, a rare form of cancer, reports Sky Sports . As was reported by the Independent last...
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‘Highly-motivated' Liverpool man backed to bounce back by England camp

21 days ago   |   Team Talk

Curtis Jones has been backed to keep his will-to-win attitude under control by England Under-21 boss Lee Carsley. The Academy graduate, who was born in Liverpool, has a fierce...
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Demystifying Policy in Scotland

Demystifying Policy in Scotland

22 days ago   |   British Ecological Society

Overview This event was full of brilliant tips and advice about bridging the gap between scientific work and policy. Here are some of the key messages: Keep your content...
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Michigan plans to build the country's first wireless EV charging road

23 days ago   |   Grist

To help Michigan reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced last month that the state will construct the nation's first wireless electric...
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Indigenous Amazon singers and sacred cacao. the UK festival that's wild in a different way

27 days ago   |   The Guardian

The Medicine weekender specialises in nature and cultural exchange - a rare festival that you leave feeling better than when you arrived On a stage in a yurt in the Berkshire...
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Binotto thinks ‘fatigue' is affecting Ferrari

Binotto thinks ‘fatigue' is affecting Ferrari

29 days ago   |   PlanetF1

Mattia Binotto believes the gruelling nature of this Formula 1 season could be leading to mistakes creeping in at Ferrari. The Scuderia recorded a podium finish through Carlos...
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Emmerdale spoilers: Meena Jutla threatens Jacob Gallagher and reveals she...

Emmerdale spoilers: Meena Jutla threatens Jacob Gallagher and reveals she wishes she'd left Victoria Barton to die

Meena revealed her true nature to a stunned Jacob Meena Jutla demonstrated just how unhinged she is in Emmerdale , as she told Jacob Gallagher that she wishes she'd left... Read more ...

Study: Indigenous tribes lost 99% of land to colonization

Study: Indigenous tribes lost 99% of land to colonization

A team of researchers published a study on Thursday confirming what Indigenous people already knew: The colonization of North America resulted in near-total land loss for the... Read more ...

COP26 president says Glasgow climate goals harder to achieve than Paris

This story was originally published by the National Observer and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. COP26 president Alok Sharma says the clock is... Read more ...

White House unveils $1.85 trillion climate and social welfare package

Just a couple of weeks ago, it seemed like the United States - the biggest carbon polluter in history - was going to show up to the COP26 climate summit next month without a... Read more ...

Congress wants to cut emissions with no regulation. Will it work?

Let's say that you want someone to do something. Like mow the lawn, for example, or stop spewing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and heating the planet to increasingly... Read more ...

Hidden Biodiversity: How genomics can save nature's secrets before they're...

Hidden Biodiversity: How genomics can save nature's secrets before they're lost forever

Genomics offers a way to understand nature's secrets like never before. In revealing them, this branch of science highlights the multitude of ways we might nurture and benefit... Read more ...

Friends of the Earth International at the Glasgow COP26

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: Edu Mendy talks about the difficulties black goalkeepers face in modern...

: Edu Mendy talks about the difficulties black goalkeepers face in modern football

Football is largely one of the most meritocratic industries, by its very nature, but there's no doubt there are still plenty of stereotypes and assumptions that plague the game... Read more ...

Carbon markets' history of failures mean focus must be on real pollution cuts

One of the biggest issues up for discussion at the COP26 climate conference is the operation of carbon markets under the 2015 Paris Agreement. But the best result would be a... Read more ...

Net zero is not enough - we need to build a nature-positive future | Frans...

To successfully emerge from Covid into a fairer, greener future we need to recognise nature as an essential piece of the puzzle Nearly two years after the first reported case... Read more ...