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Ministers face fresh legal challenge over Heathrow airport plans

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The government faces a legal challenge over its plan to expand Heathrow airport, with lawyers and environmentalists demanding it review its policy in line...

UK’s net zero pledge: what has been achieved one year on?

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Last summer, Theresa May signed into law the UK's ground-breaking target of hitting net zero carbon emissions by 2050 against a backdrop of increasingly...

Vast majority of Europe’s key habitats in poor or bad condition – report

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The vast majority of protected landscapes across Europe are rated as in poor or bad condition and vital species and their habitats continue to...

Weatherwatch: deadly winter storm sweeps Texas

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Rain and ice cause multiple-vehicle pile-ups on roads in Dallas and Austin, with several left deadA winter storm in the US has brought deadly...

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...

What is cryptoart, how much does it cost and can you hang it on your wall?

Pat, I keep hearing references to cryptoart which are all very ... cryptic. What is this thing?Hey Lucy! So you might have heard of...

The Guardian view on climate and the budget: Sunak fails the green test | Editorial

The absence of green measures was not the only sense in which this week's budget was a missed opportunity. The failure to address social...

People wasting almost 1bn tonnes of food a year, UN report reveals

People waste almost a billion tonnes of food a year, a UN report has revealed. It is the most comprehensive assessment to date and...

International climate scientists join call to halt Leeds Bradford airport expansion

Leading international climate scientists are among more than 200 academics who have written to the government calling on it to halt what they say...

‘A new world of discovery’: readers’ photos of their local wildlife

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Spring into action: 15 easy March gardening tasks to prepare for the growing season

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UK has broken air pollution limits for a decade, EU court finds

The UK has "systematically and persistently" broken legal limits on toxic air pollution for a decade, the court of justice of the EU (CJEU)...

Turning plagues of locusts into chicken feed – in pictures

Kenya is facing its worst plagues of locusts in decades. Since December 2019, huge swarms have caused devastation across east Africa A dik-dik antelope near...

We can’t contact Woodland Trust after root and branch cyber-attack

I am hoping you will be able to uncover what is happening at the Woodland Trust, an organisation which featured very positively in your...

‘There’s no excuse for this’: thousands in Mississippi city still without water weeks after storms

As the sound of rainwater droplets crescendoed around him, Rodrick Readus stood by his front door and took a moment to reflect on the...

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Covid-19 mink variants discovered in humans in seven countries

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Seven countries are now reporting mink-related Sars-CoV-2 mutations in humans, according to new scientific analysis. The mutations are identified as Covid-19 mink variants as they...

The Guardian view on wildlife in lockdown: feeling the pressure | Editorial

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At London zoo, the giraffes, which are easily visible from the street, had regular visitors even during lockdown, and an illuminated NHS sign on...

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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The pick of the world’s best flora and fauna photos, including an ant tug of war and red macaws’ return Continue reading...