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Inspired by Nature, National Parks Photography Competition 2020

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Climate crisis: in coronavirus lockdown, nature bounces back – but for how long?

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The environmental changes wrought by the coronavirus were first visible from space. Then, as the disease and the lockdown spread, they could be sensed...

Reannounced and reheated: Johnson’s ‘new deal’ plans fall short in every way | Miatta...

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Prime minister Boris Johnson's speech promised to "build, build, build" as he invoked the spirit of Franklin Roosevelt, but his plans fell far short...

Antarctica: what it means when the coldest place on Earth records an unprecedented heatwave

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While the world rightfully focuses on the Covid-19 pandemic, the planet is still warming. This summer's Antarctic weather, as elsewhere in the world, was...