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Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness

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After four years of Trump, protected places such as national monuments and wildlife refuges have opened to oil drilling, new maps show – with...

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My allotment was once a casual hobby. Since lockdown, it’s become a lifeline |...

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Smugness is a well-documented side-effect of having an allotment, and at this time of year, with raspberries, gooseberries, currants, new potatoes and other goodies...

Weatherwatch: what is the dew point?

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The dew point is the temperature at which a certain area of air must be cooled to for dew to form. It is also...

The UK’s farmers face upheaval, but a reform to subsidies is needed | Simon Jenkins

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Air pollution where girl died in London ‘should have been treated as emergency’

Illegal levels of air pollution in the area where a nine-year-old girl lived and died should have been treated as a public health emergency,...

Scottish homes to be first in world to use 100% green hydrogen

Some 300 homes in Fife to be fitted with free boilers, heaters and cooking appliancesHundreds of homes in Scotland will soon become the first...

European states ordered to respond to youth activists’ climate lawsuit

European court of human rights case could result in countries being bound to take greater actionThe European court of human rights has ordered 33...

Plastic in paradise: Goldman prize winner’s fight to protect Bahamas

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The Goldman environmental prize winners 2020 – in pictures

The Goldman environmental prize honours the achievements of grassroots activists in six continents, recognising their efforts to protect natural habitats and push for political...

Tree of the week: ‘This black pine represents how nature forces change on to living things’

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Landmark inquest to rule if air pollution killed London pupil

New hearing into 2013 death of Ella Kissi-Debrah follows mother’s seven-year fight An inquest is to consider evidence that illegal levels of air pollution...

Country diary: these remarkable beeches can be seen from miles away

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Environment to benefit from ‘biggest farming shake-up in 50 years’

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It got to 38 degrees in the Arctic! Civilisation is burning down | First...

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Underwing and a prayer: Moth Night spotters hope for a flash of fuchsia

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Three-night event aims to track creatures’ climate-driven spread into new parts of UKPeople are being invited to help track the spread of a moth...

Pollutionwatch: will carmakers follow VW and revamp vehicles?

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Five years ago, Volkswagen admitted to using software that ensured its cars were on their best behaviour when tested but could produce more pollution...