Tuesday, January 19, 2021

World’s biggest meat company linked to ‘brutal massacre’ in Amazon

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A new investigation has linked the world's biggest meat company JBS, and its rival Marfrig, to a farm whose owner is implicated in one...

Brazilian meat companies linked to farmer charged with ‘massacre’ in Amazon

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A new investigation has linked the world's biggest meat company JBS, and its rival Marfrig, to a farm whose owner is implicated in one...

HS2 legal challenge launched by Chris Packham

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A fresh legal challenge to HS2 has been launched by the naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham, arguing that the UK government's decision to approve...

Outdoor air pollution cuts three years from human lifespan – study

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Humans are missing out on almost three years of life expectancy on average because of outdoor air pollution, researchers have found. However, the study reveals...

The Guardian view on an energy U-turn: the winds of change...

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The government's decision to overturn an effective five-year-old ban on new onshore wind power generation is hugely welcome. Wind provides the cheapest energy, with...

Rich countries could be asked to pay billions to protect biodiversity

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Wealthy nations could be asked to make significant financial contributions to biodiverse countries such as Brazil under proposals put forward during talks on a...

Tranquil setting and a seafood meal plan: the retirement home for...

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More than 300 beluga whales and 60 orcas remain captive in aquariums around the world, with recent films such as Blackfish highlighting the ethics...

Wait what’s that noise? Why it is BANDICOOT SEX NIGHT! |...

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MARCH 2020 STOCK CHALLENGE (featuring Robinhood)

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The new decade has proven to be full of opportunity and there is more to...

A major climate victory over Heathrow was aided by apathy in...

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Live by the greenwash, die by it too. Barely six days after Heathrow Airport declared it had been certified carbon neutral, its third-runway ambitions...

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Airborne radioactivity increases downwind of fracking, study finds

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The radioactivity of airborne particles increases significantly downwind of fracking sites in the US, a study has found.The Harvard scientists said this could damage...

Top asset owners commit to big carbon emissions cuts

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Thirty of the world's largest asset owners, with portfolios worth a combined $5tn (GBP3.8tn), have committed to cutting the carbon emissions linked to companies...

Petri dishes: is lab-grown meat a mass-market, environmentally sound food fix?

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Grant Howie likes to describe himself as a "traditional kind of middle-aged meat eater," which is to say he eats mostly beef or lamb...

Don’t get in a flap: test your knowledge of urban birds – quiz

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Which bird - the fastest living creature in the whole world - has found a home in city centres across Britain, Europe and North...

Parliament pension fund cuts fossil fuel investments

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Parliament's pension fund has made record investments in renewable energy and cut its exposure to fossil fuel companies to bring MPs' pensions in line...