Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Fossil fuel emissions in danger of surpassing pre-Covid levels

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International Energy Agency data shows steady climb over second half of 2020 Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe world has only a...

‘Giant luminous shark’: researchers discover three deep-sea sharks glow in the...

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Discovery off New Zealand includes kitefin shark, which at up to 180cm is now biggest-known luminous vertebrate Scientists studying sharks off New Zealand have...

Country diary: a dipper in the shadows of the Devon Expressway

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The river runs beneath a stream of heavy traffic - two flows crossing: one threading quietly between the uprights of the flyover, the other...

UK urged to create green apprenticeships to help Covid recovery

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Green apprenticeships would prepare young people for jobs in renewable energy and the restoration of the UK's natural landscape, and stop young people having...

Take a deep breath: how ‘Cornish’ air sells for GBP60 a...

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Name: Bottled air. Age: Fresh as a daisy, sir, just bottled this morning. Appearance: Invisible, but the boutiquey bottle is very nice. And what is it exactly?...

As many corals growing in the Pacific as trees in the...

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A world-first estimate of the number of corals across the expanse of the Pacific Ocean has suggested there are about half a trillion of...

‘A duty of care’: Australian teenagers take their climate crisis plea...

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Eight teenagers and an octogenarian nun head to an Australian court on Tuesday to launch what they hope will prove to be a landmark...

Budget is vital test of UK government’s green credentials

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The budget this week will be a vital test of Boris Johnson's green credentials, with campaigners watching keenly to see whether plans match up...

A third of top UK firms’ CO2 emissions not in line...

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Three out of 10 of the UK's biggest public companies emit carbon dioxide at a rate that would contribute significantly to the climate crisis,...

Cattle stranded on ship to be destroyed in port as second...

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Spanish authorities are about to begin slaughtering hundreds of calves that have spent months crisscrossing the Mediterranean, said a lawyer for the cattle shippers....

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Building a green economy could stop ‘nightmare’ degradation of Amazon

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Revealed: millions of Americans can’t afford water as bills rise 80% in a decade

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Birdwatch: the Kentish plover – once a scarce migrant, now a real rarity

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‘California and Texas are warnings’: blackouts show US deeply unprepared for the climate crisis

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Sign up for the Guardian Today US newsletterWhen California saw widespread power blackouts last year during wildfires and a summer "heat storm", Republican lawmakers...