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‘It’s like nothing else’: insect swarms on Cyprus reveal incredible journeys

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For eight hours a day, from March until May, research biologist Will Hawkes surveys huge swarms of insects landing on the Karpaz Peninsula on...

Migratory river fish populations plunge 76% in past 50 years

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Populations of migratory river fish around the world have plunged by a "catastrophic" 76% since 1970, an analysis has found. The fall was even greater...

UK infrastructure inadequate for climate emergency, experts warn

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Government advisers and leading infrastructure experts have said ministers must do much more to protect the UK's infrastructure from extreme weather, as the fiercest...

Wildfires rage, Covid spreads: in California, life as we knew it has disappeared |...

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At 10am on 16 August, I drove east from Santa Cruz to Oakland to my mom's nursing home, where I was being allowed in,...

‘Tip of the iceberg’: is our destruction of nature responsible for Covid-19?

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Mayibout 2 is not a healthy place. The 150 or so people who live in the village, which sits on the south bank of...

The week in wildlife – in pictures

Wild geese fly over fields in North Rhine-Westphalia on the outskirts of Cologne, Germany Photograph: Henning Kaiser/DPA Two male silver pheasants rest on rocks by a...

Escaped infected Danish mink could spread Covid in wild

Escaped mink carrying the virus that causes Covid-19 could potentially infect Denmark's wild animals, raising fears of a permanent Sars-CoV-2 reservoir from which new...

Shopping on Black Friday? Remember the stranded seafarers who make it possible | Nusrat Ghani and Guy Platten

This weekend is one of the planet's busiest shopping sprees, with an estimated GBP66bn to be spent in the UK alone over Black Friday...

Climate ‘apocalypse’ fears stopping people having children – study

People worried about the climate crisis are deciding not to have children because of fears that their offspring would have to struggle through a...

Lost species day: celebrities to champion threatened wildlife

Writers and activists including Emma Thompson, Margaret Atwood and Amitav Ghosh are to speak about their favourite endangered animals as part of a remembrance...

The British Ecological Society photography competition – in pictures

Overall runner-upAnt Tale by Upamanyu Chakraborty. Weaver ants' social behaviour taken in a backlit situation. A weaver ant colony is a great example of...

Romania accused of ‘silence’ over ship that capsized killing 14,000 sheep

Romania has been accused of "complete silence" over its investigation into the sinking of the Queen Hind last November, which resulted in the deaths...

UK’s nuclear sites costing taxpayers ‘astronomical sums’, say MPs

The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has a perpetual lack of knowledge about the state and location of waste on the 17 sites it is...

Rein in advertising to help tackle climate crisis, report urges

Advertising needs to be controlled and changed to reduce its impact on the climate, according to a report released as consumers prepare to spend...

Country diary: cabin fever on the moors

The true start of winter is often debated, but none of the definitions I know include mid-November. That didn't stop a razor-edged northerly blowing...

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The Guardian view on empty supermarket shelves: panic is not the problem

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Until a couple of weeks ago, the idea of waiting in an Ocado queue of 73,735 shoppers, or of supermarkets rationing milk and baked...

First active leak of sea-bed methane discovered in Antarctica

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The first active leak of methane from the sea floor in Antarctica has been revealed by scientists.The researchers also found microbes that normally consume...

‘Natural noise’: disturbed by loud sex next door? Just imagine it’s birdsong

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When a resident complained that her neighbour’s lovemaking kept her awake each night, Manchester city council had an unexpected responseName: Natural noise.Age: Hard to...