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Expert reaction to a study looking at converting bricks to energy storage units

16 minutes ago   |   Science Media Centre

A study, published in Nature Communications, looked at converting bricks to energy storage units. Prof Richard McMahon, Professor of Power Electronics, University of Warwick...
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An overlooked threat to the honey bee: Air pollution

8 hours ago   |   Grist

It's no secret that living near a highway, a power plant, or some other source of air pollution can slowly kill you. Health impacts related to the toxic emissions spewing from...
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Expert reaction to study of insect numbers in the US

20 hours ago   |   Science Media Centre

A study, published in Nature Ecology and Evolution, looked at insect numbers in the USA. Prof Jane Hill, Professor of Ecology, University of York, said: “This new study...
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The Book of Trespass by Nick Hayes review - a trespasser's radical manifesto

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

The land belongs to us all! A skilful writer and illustrator explores out-of-bounds country estates and identifies his enemies Readers acquainted with modern British nature...
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Hen Harrier Day online, 8 August 2020 - Sue Hetherington

1 day ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Saturday 8th August was “Hen Harrier Day 7”, an annual event which started in 2014 with “the sodden 570” at the Derwent Dam. It is the day when people stand up and be counted...
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Netflix's World's Most Wanted: Who has been caught and which criminals are still fugitives?

2 days ago   |   Metro

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Netflix 's World's Most Wanted brings to light the horrific...
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Picnics Have United Us In Lockdown. Here's A Brief History

Picnics Have United Us In Lockdown. Here's A Brief History

2 days ago   |   Huffington Post

You're reading our series Summer's Not Cancelled , where we celebrate summer in this new normal. From rediscovering nature and cherishing time with friends and family, to...
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Nature lover savaged by rabid bat while enjoying peaceful evening on her porch

Nature lover savaged by rabid bat while enjoying peaceful evening on her porch

2 days ago   |   Metro

Camilla Schumacher, pictured with her dog Kane, must quarantine for 45 days after she was bitten by a rabies-infected bat while enjoying her porch A nature lover has to...
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Breaking Down EV Myths in India - Charging

Breaking Down EV Myths in India - Charging

3 days ago   |   Climate Group

By Maxson Lewis, Managing Director, Magenta Power - ChargeGrid Electric vehicles have been in a zone of misconceptions and myths for a while now. The last 100 years of living...
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Empowering women and protecting forests in Liberia

Empowering women and protecting forests in Liberia

4 days ago   |   Client Earth

ClientEarth spoke to Julie T B Weah who works for the Foundation for Community Initiatives as the Executive Director in Liberia. She has spent a decade working to improve...
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Large wildcat spotted casually strolling through Cambridgeshire nature reserve 

Large wildcat spotted casually strolling through Cambridgeshire nature reserve 

Cambridge resident Dan Underwood was enjoying the sun on Coldham's Common when he spotted the wildcat in the distance and quickly took out his phone to record the animal... Read more ...

Johnstone schoolboy given treasured Blue Peter badge for his love of nature

Johnstone schoolboy given treasured Blue Peter badge for his love of nature

Aaron was inspired after watching the show and decided he wanted to get one of the badges. Read more ...

Post-COVID, should countries rethink their obsession with economic growth?

Post-COVID, should countries rethink their obsession with economic growth?

In 1968, a small group of elite academics, industrialists, and government officials gathered at a Roman villa to discuss “the predicament of mankind.” They called themselves... Read more ...

Hate oil companies? ‘We get it,' says BP

Hate oil companies? ‘We get it,' says BP

If you think the fossil fuel industry is “bad,” there's at least one oil company CEO out there who hears you: Bernard Looney, the recently installed chief of BP. In a recent... Read more ...

Bright deposits in Ceres' Occator Crater hint at ongoing cryovolcanism

Bright deposits in Ceres' Occator Crater hint at ongoing cryovolcanism

Occator Crater on Ceres, as imaged by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, features the brightest areas on the dwarf planet, evidence of past and possibly ongoing cryovolcanism. Image... Read more ...

Ariana Grande gets back to nature with beau Dalton Gomez and pals in photos...

Ariana Grande gets back to nature with beau Dalton Gomez and pals in photos from recent trip to Utah

Ariana Grande and her boyfriend Dalton Gomez - as well as a few of their closest pals - recently escaped the city to enjoy a stay at the Amangiri resort in Canyon Point, Utah. Read more ...

Linford Lakes NR Moth Report for July 2020 - Gordon Redford

Linford Lakes NR Moth Report for July 2020 - Gordon Redford

Photos by Gordon Redford. Above: a Crescent moth If someone had asked me on the 31 st July how I thought the past month had been for mothing at Linford Lakes Nature Reserve I... Read more ...

An overlooked threat to the honey bee: Air pollution

It's no secret that living near a highway, a power plant, or some other source of air pollution can slowly kill you. Health impacts related to the toxic emissions spewing from... Read more ...

Urgent warning as thousands of pounds lost to ‘fake police' scam

Residents across North Yorkshire are being relentlessly targeted by a scam caller claiming to be DC Mason Greenwood from West Yorkshire Police, with over 20 reports in the last... Read more ...

Expert reaction to study of insect numbers in the US

A study, published in Nature Ecology and Evolution, looked at insect numbers in the USA. Prof Jane Hill, Professor of Ecology, University of York, said: “This new study... Read more ...