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Strengthen worldwide climate commitments to improve economy, study finds

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Every country in the world would be economically better off if all could agree to strengthen their commitments on the climate crisis through international...

2020 GDT Nature Photographer of the Year

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Britain beyond lockdown: can we make more space for nature?

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Big Oil is using the coronavirus pandemic to push through the Keystone XL pipeline...

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Team Lioness: the Kenyan women rangers risking their lives for wildlife

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The Fed deserves the praise for America’s jobs turnaround. But Trump benefits

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The political obituaries of Donald Trump were all prepared. At the end of a week that has seen American cities convulsed by protests over...

Pollutionwatch: how bike roads can reduce exposure to toxic air

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Pop-up cycle lanes, wider pavements and traffic-free school streets are part of urgent UK government recommendations to allow physical distancing as the Covid-19 lockdown...

Record-size hole opens in ozone layer above the Arctic

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A rare hole has opened up in the ozone layer above the Arctic, in what scientists say is the result of unusually low temperatures...