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Why do birds sing? Because they’re all on drugs

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The dawn chorus is created by birds chasing their next hit of opioid, according to a US biologist. Which explains why it’s so much...

Rare Andean bears flock to cloud forest to feast on wild avocados

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Deep in the Maquipucuna cloud forest, two hours drive from Ecuador's capital, Quito, rare Andean bears come together for a few weeks each year...

Arctic lightning strikes more likely as temperatures rise

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Being struck by lightning is not something people tend to worry about in the Arctic. Encountering a polar bear or being caught in a...

Boris Johnson failing on UK plan to reach net zero, say MPs

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Boris Johnson has failed to set out a plan for the UK to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions despite the government's green rhetoric,...

West Lothian’s sleeping giants: wastelands that shivered into life

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Fifteen miles south-west of Edinburgh, a knuckled red fist rises from a soft green landscape: five peaks of rose-gold gravel stand bound together by...

Whitest-ever paint could help cool heating Earth, study shows

The whitest-ever paint has been produced by academic researchers, with the aim of boosting the cooling of buildings and tackling the climate crisis.The new...

Save the queen, save the hive: how to live in harmony with bees

Beyond the towering city centres, Australia's inner-city suburbs still harbour slivers of greenery. My Brisbane backyard is no exception. A magnificent poinciana tree stands...

‘Enormous sum of money’: $40m windfall from NSW environmental offsets sparks calls for inquiry

Environmental consultants from a company that advised governments on major developments in New South Wales have made windfall gains of millions of dollars by...

Jurassic Coast cliff collapses in biggest UK rockfall for 60 years

A huge section of a cliff on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset has collapsed on to a beach below and into the sea in...

How Texas’s zombie oil wells are creating an environmental disaster zone

When Laura Briggs and her husband finally found their dream home in west Texas, they knew they'd be sharing space with the oil industry....

Arctic air sweeps across Europe, bringing record low temperatures

Significant snowfall in parts of continent and Slovenia has its coldest April night with -20.6C recordedBitterly cold Arctic air swept southwards last week to...

Country diary: a hospital visit, a motorway verge and the first swallow

St Dominic, Tamar Valley: The journey home is slow, but the view is a haze of primrose, celandine and alexandersThe inexorable tide of verdure...

Just 3% of world’s ecosystems remain intact, study suggests

Pristine areas in the Amazon and Siberia may expand with animal reintroductions, scientists sayJust 3% of the world’s land remains ecologically intact with healthy...

Oil firm CEOs’ pay is an incentive to resist climate action, study finds

Lucrative pay and share options linked to continued extraction of fossil fuels by ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell and BPLucrative pay and share options have created...

Failure is not an option. Australia must radically scale up its climate targets now | Will Steffen for the Conversation

To contribute fairly to keeping warming well below 2C, we have to cut emissions by 75% this decade – a daunting but achievable taskIn...

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‘All the bones are there’: could a new electric vehicle be built in Australia?

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With the right incentives, many believe Australia can still ride the electric revolution, reviving its car industry and slashing emissions at the same timeWalking...

Weatherwatch: the character and causes of cumulonimbus clouds

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Clouds are essentially a collection of tiny droplets of water or ice crystals in the atmosphere. They are formed when rising air cools to...

Country diary: a bonfire of colour burns brightly

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Buxton, Derbyshire: Beeches, limes and sycamores are producing an astonishing array of shades. This is nature’s fireworks displayIf there has been a more spectacular...