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Large heath butterflies return to Manchester after 150 years

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Large heath butterflies are returning to peatlands in greater Manchester 150 years after they went locally extinct. The acidic peat bogs and mosslands around Manchester...

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The Guardian view on fast fashion: it can’t cost the earth | Editorial

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UK garden centres prepare for sales surge to end lockdown disaster

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Garden centres are preparing for a surge in plant and flower sales that could help salvage a catastrophic year for the horticulture industry. The UK's...

Climate crisis may have pushed world’s tropical coral reefs to tipping point of ‘near-annual’...

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Rising ocean temperatures could have pushed the world's tropical coral reefs over a tipping point where they are hit by bleaching on a "near-annual"...

Stopping the rot: the fight to save fresh food

Ten years ago, James Rogers was driving through some of the most productive farmland on the planet, thinking about food. He had recently read...

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How the world’s fattest parrot came back from the brink

Growing up in the north of England, Dr James Chatterton was enthralled by the books of the pioneering zookeeper and conservationist Gerald Durrell and...

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Carbon benefits of fast-growing trees have been clearly proven | Letters

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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...

Human consumption of the Earth’s resources declined in 2020

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The rate at which humanity is consuming the Earth's resources declined sharply this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to researchers. Consequently,...

Environment Agency chief supports plan to weaken river pollution rules

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The head of the Environment Agency has endorsed a proposal to weaken laws on cleanliness of polluted rivers, lakes and coastlines after Brexit.Campaigners say...