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Land defenders: will the Caceres verdict break the ‘cycle of violence’ in Honduras?

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Receding glaciers causing rivers to suddenly disappear

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Blue whale sightings off South Georgia raise hopes of recovery

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When the Antarctic blue whale - the largest and loudest animal on the planet - was all but wiped out by whaling 50 years...

Catastrophic floods could hit Europe far more often, study finds

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FloodingCatastrophic floods could hit Europe far more often, study findsSlow-moving storms such as recent deluge in Germany could become 14 times more frequent by...

Call for global treaty to end production of ‘virgin’ plastic by 2040

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PlasticsCall for global treaty to end production of 'virgin' plastic by 2040Scientists say agreement must cover extraction of raw materials and pollution that blights...