Saturday, May 8, 2021

Britain beyond lockdown: can we make more space for nature?

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The first post-lockdown crops of the land army have been harvested. The food - chard, spinach, lettuce and radish - is being parcelled out...

The world must seize this opportunity to meet the climate challenge...

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We are currently in the midst of the most severe macroeconomic shock since the second world war. The disruption to our daily lives and...

‘It’s pretty messed up’: Americans’ deadly love for tigers

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More tigers are now held in captivity in the United States than survive in the wild in Asia. That is the grim statistic that...

African swine fever destroying small pig farms, as factory farming booms...

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Small farmers across the globe are losing out in the aftermath of the African swine fever (ASF) outbreak that killed a quarter of the...

Economics’ failure over destruction of nature presents ‘extreme risks’

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New measures of success needed to avoid catastrophic breakdown, landmark review findsWhat does the UK’s biodiversity review recommend?The world is being put at “extreme...

You know change is in the air when the likes of...

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Strange things happen in a crisis. For one, it can dawn on Mike Ashley that pretending that a sports shop is an essential public...

Decoy turtle eggs put in nests to track illegal trade in...

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Decoy eggs made by a 3D-printer and fitted with satellite tags have been placed in sea turtle nests on beaches in Costa Rica to...

‘I don’t think science knows’: Trump denies climate change link to...

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Play Video 0:56 The US president is urged to recognise the changing climate and what it means to forests, during a briefing on the wildfires in...

‘Landscape of fear’: what a mass of rotting reindeer carcasses taught...

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In August 2016, a park ranger stumbled upon 323 dead wild tundra reindeer in Norway's remote Hardangervidda plateau. They had been killed in a...

William v Harry: are princes in a charity work battle royal?

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Conservation charity videos prompt speculation the brothers are engaged in publicity tug of warIt was a roster of “wonderful talent”, Prince William said earlier...

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‘Rarest fern in Europe’ discovered in Ireland

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