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Stranded Mauritian cruise workers finally begin journey home

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Dozens of Mauritian cruise ship workers who were stranded off the coast of Brazil throughout the pandemic have finally started their journey home after...

‘The animals aren’t pleased’: UK zoos under coronavirus lockdown

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Norway and the A-ha moment that made electric cars the answer

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In 1995, the lead singer of the 1980s band A-ha and the head of the Norwegian environmental group Bellona climbed improbably into a converted...

‘The worst of human nature’: UK staycationers’ trail of destruction

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Country diary: yellowhammers woo their mates with a local song

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StocksToTrade 2020 Review: Professional-Grade Stock Analysis and Trading Software Simplified for Everyday Traders

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The Guardian view on animal welfare: keep it up | Editorial

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Dear America, we too have seen red skies in Australia and we can tell you what happens next | Brigid Delaney

Dear America, We too have seen the orange afternoon sky, and felt the soft, strange sensation of soot falling like rain, and watched the edges...

At a Senate reef inquiry, we saw politicians flaunt arrogance and ignorance | Ian Chubb, Geoff Garrett and Ove Hoegh-Gulberg

We were recently invited to attend a Senate inquiry into the impact of water quality on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR).The inquiry was established...

Chinese fishing armada plundered waters around Galapagos, data shows

A vast fishing armada of Chinese vessels just off the Galapagos Islands logged an astounding 73,000 hours of fishing during just one month as...

Shocking state of English rivers revealed as all of them fail pollution tests

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Shoots and leaves: the shotgun scientist who hunts moving trees

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‘You got it’: how bird flu turned one US farmer’s life upside down

In April 2015, Greg Langmo's five turkey farms teemed with toms, hens and chicks. His family's decades-old business in Meeker county, Minnesota, was thriving,...

Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands on fire – in pictures

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Airlines and carmakers benefit from UK Covid relief scheme

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Airlines, carmakers and oilfield engineers have benefited by billions from the government's economic rescue plans, despite ministers' assurances on a green recovery from the...

Carmakers accused of trying to use crisis to avert emissions crackdown

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The motor industry has been accused by campaigners of trying to use the coronavirus crisis to avert stricter environmental regulation, after correspondence showed carmakers...

Fast fashion creates misery, and that’s a bad look | Bidisha

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During lockdown, everyone's id has been allowed to float untethered. Obsessions, manias, strange desires and perverse fantasies have risen to the surface as the...