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Trouble brewing for tea producers as coronavirus lockdown hits harvests

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Trouble is brewing for the world's tea producers as the coronavirus lockdown shut down the harvest in several important regions, including the picking of...

More than 1,000 Extinction Rebellion activists taken to court

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People may have to travel to London despite pandemic in one of biggest protest crackdowns in UK legal historyMore than 1,000 people who took...

Climate activists demand budget plan for low-carbon future

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Climate campaigners are urging the government to set out a clear plan for a low-carbon future in next week's budget, despite the chancellor's decision...

Great Barrier Reef: drone footage allows researchers to count 64,000 green sea turtles –...

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Play Video 1:21 Researchers have pioneered a new way of calculating the large green sea turtle population on Raine Island in the Great Barrier Reef. Using...

Climate crisis exerting increasing impact on UK, says Met Office

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More extreme heat, less frost and snow, and trees coming into leaf earlier are among the signs seen in 2019 that the climate crisis...

One, two, tree: how AI helped find millions of trees in the Sahara

Efforts to map the Earth’s trees are growing – and could change our understanding of the planet’s healthWhen a team of international scientists set...

Pollutionwatch: major sources of air pollution often overlooked

The roles of agriculture and home heating in causing particle pollution are often neglectedWhen I talk to people about air pollution sources they normally...

Country diary: the woodworm’s map of whimsy

Stamford, Lincolnshire: The trademark fingerprint of the wood-boring beetles is often hidden from sight“Contracted” is the word that springs to mind as I look...

And then there were two: can northern white rhinos be saved from extinction?

There are only two remaining rhinos of this species, a mother and daughter, but scientists see new hope in stem cell breakthroughs “I watch...

NGOs seek to convict French state of failing to tackle climate crisis

Historic court case accuses country of being responsible for ecological damage and its impactsA Paris court has been asked to convict the French state...

Countries adapting too slowly to climate breakdown, UN warns

Report says not enough funding is being made available to deal with effects of extreme weatherMillions of people around the world are facing disaster...

‘Carbon-neutrality is a fairy tale’: how the race for renewables is burning Europe’s forests

Wood pellets are sold as a clean alternative to coal. But is the subsidised bioenergy boom accelerating the climate crisis?Kalev Järvik stands on a...

Country diary: we scatter our dad’s ashes on to his most beloved hill

Wenlock Edge, Shropshire: This was the perfect day to return him to the place that gave hope, strength and inspiration“Whoop!” The brassy fart of...

‘Tree of life’: aerial photos reveal arboreal patterns at Lake Cakora in NSW – in pictures

Amateur photographer Derry Moroney lives on the mid-corth coast of New South Wales in the community of Brooms Head. For the past three years...

Swedish postage stamp celebrates work of Greta Thunberg

Illustration of activist is part of a series highlighting government’s environmental quality goalsThe environmental activist Greta Thunberg has been featured on a new Swedish...

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Revealed: 97% of UK marine protected areas subject to bottom-trawling

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More than 97% of British marine protected areas, created to safeguard ocean habitats, are being dredged and bottom trawled, according to data shared with...

Coronavirus poses lethal threat to great apes, experts warn

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The coronavirus pandemic could wipe out populations of chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans, leading scientists have warned. Our closest living relatives, which share about 98% of...

Scatological science: how poo analysis could help save endangered species

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Three separate species of banded langur have been identified after DNA analysis of their faeces, paving the way for targeted conservation strategiesAcross the world,...