Saturday, May 8, 2021

Killer whales spotted near Cornwall coast in rare UK sighting

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Two killer whales have been spotted off the Cornish coast.Experts believe this is the first sighting of the UK's only resident population of killer...

Using hydrogen fuel risks locking in reliance on fossil fuels, researchers...

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Electrification of cars and home boilers best choice to fight the climate crisis, say scientistsUsing hydrogen-based fuels for cars and home heating risks locking...

How has our thinking on the climate crisis changed? – podcast

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When the Guardian began reporting on the climate crisis 70 years ago, people were worried that warmer temperatures would make it harder to complain...

How to spot the difference between a real climate policy and...

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Unless actions by governments and corporations cut emissions in the here and now, a dose of scepticism is in orderSo it’s goodbye climate deniers,...

‘Melon seedlings make good pets’: how lockdown made us love houseplants

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From orchids to apple trees, readers share their stories of the plants that kept them busy, lifted their spirits and distracted them from the...

The ersatz hedge: how we’re debasing England’s rural landscape | Richard...

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Spindly rows of plastic-wrapped trees represent a misguided urge to control nature and risk polluting our countrysideRemember the English hedge? That meandering, bushy-bottomed muddle...

Wetter the better: Gothenburg’s bold plan to be world’s best rainy...

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It rains nearly 40% of the time in the Swedish city – so why not try to make the most of it?When they wake...

We can’t stop rising sea levels, but we still have a...

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Despite pandemic-enforced isolation, scientists from around the world have produced a vital climate change forecastSea levels are going to rise, no matter what. This...

How melting glaciers have accelerated a shift in Earth’s axis

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The redistribution of water has caused the planet to lean and wobble, resulting in the poles movingThe axis of the Earth has shifted and...

Country diary: a nocturnal predator cuts life short

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Marshwood Vale, Dorset: I found the pair of mallards on the water, paddling in agitated circles. Something wasn’t right My dog slunk across the...

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Bill Gates on the climate crisis: ‘I can’t deny being a rich guy with...

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Protect the poor from being penalised by carbon taxes | Torsten Bell

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In those glorious pre-pandemic days we only had climate change to worry about. Post-pandemic, we'll need to get right back to worrying about it...

I rescued a stranded peregrine falcon. Here’s how I did it | Debbie Lustig

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In Melbourne we're lucky to have birds of prey breeding in our city. But things can go wrong. On Christmas night a peregrine falcon...

World’s rarest seagulls thrive in demolished New Zealand office block

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300 black-billed gulls nest among the concrete pillars of a building damaged in the Christchurch earthquake – but the colony is annoying some localsWhen...

Midnight Oil has always been about social justice, the earth’s beauty and hope through...

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On a road trip back from somewhere in mid-2016 the talk turned to personal origin stories, as is wont when the miles are long.There...