Friday, July 30, 2021

Nobody knows why this mother bear is so aggressive, but her...

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More than 2,000 bears live within Katmai national park in Alaska, where they spend the precious few warm-weather months fishing for salmon, swimming and...

Brazil aerial photos show miners’ devastation of indigenous people’s land

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Impact of thousands of wildcat goldminers shown as president Jair Bolsonaro is accused of trying to promote their illegal workRare and disturbing aerial photographs...

Deadly impact of upstream pollution: Country diary, 18 April 1921

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North CornwallThere has been a wretched mishap in the vale which runs down to the sea between the great caverned rocks. Through this vale,...

Should You Abandon Index Funds During the Coronavirus?

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When it comes to investing, you should be confident in the assets you're purchasing. In...

I changed my banking and super out of climate anxiety. Was...

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One year ago Jessica Hamilton divested from fossil fuels. Here’s what she has learned sinceThis time last year I changed my banking and superannuation,...

‘A bit like The Great Escape’: activists hold out in Euston...

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HS2 protesters describe how they built tunnel, as officials warn of danger from gas and water pipesEnvironmental activists have held out for their second...

Firefighters and others on the climate frontline need Labour to be...

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This week, the government announced a so-called "green industrial revolution", with the slogan and some watered-down policies lifted straight out of Labour's 2019 manifesto....

Green transport can only succeed with a greener grid

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The ObserverEnergy industryGreen transport can only succeed with a greener grid Analysis: UK power infrastructure needs a big upgrade to tackle a surge in...

Why Biden calls Trump a ‘climate arsonist’ – video explainer

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Humanity is said to have just 10 years left to start seriously tackling the climate crisis before passing the 'point of no return' with multiple-degree...

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China’s taste for beef drives record exports from Brazil

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Over dinner in a busy barbecue restaurant in Shenzhen, Lei Yong and Zhao Xu, two businessmen in their mid-40s, reflect on how meat consumption...

Big Oil’s answer to melting Arctic: cooling the ground so it can keep drilling

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. The oil company ConocoPhillips had a problem. It wanted to pump 160,000 more barrels of oil each day from a new project on Alaska's North...

Intensive farming worldwide threatens Paris climate accord, report says

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The spread of intensive farming is threatening to jeopardise the world's chances of meeting the terms of the Paris agreement on the climate crisis,...

Four-day working week would slash UK carbon footprint, report says

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Study finds change would shrink emissions by 127m tonnes, helping country meet climate targetsThe introduction of a four-day working week with no loss of...

‘We won’: Indigenous group in Canada scoops up billion dollar seafood firm

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Clearwater Seafoods deal gives Mi’kmaq control of lucrative ocean stretch, as tensions remain high over First Nation fishing rightsFor generations, Indigenous peoples in Canada...