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Why do dead whales keep washing up in San Francisco?

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Growing evidence of a link between air pollution and the impact of coronavirus means the government has a legal obligation to urgently review its...

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Weatherwatch: does nuclear power really keep the lights on?

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Crying about hamburgers is dead-end on climate crisis, Republicans warned

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Sightings and social media spark British whale-watching boom

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Paradise found: London gallery showcases art inspired by Islamic garden design

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Carbon emissions fall as electricity producers move away from coal

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Carbon emissions from the global electricity system fell by 2% last year, the biggest drop in almost 30 years, as countries began to turn...

Halt destruction of nature or suffer even worse pandemics, say world’s top scientists

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The coronavirus pandemic is likely to be followed by even more deadly and destructive disease outbreaks unless their root cause - the rampant destruction...

Food waste increases in UK as coronavirus restrictions ease

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Household food waste in the UK has increased by nearly a third as coronavirus lockdown restrictions have been eased and could spiral further, new...