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Weatherwatch: what is the dew point?

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The dew point is the temperature at which a certain area of air must be cooled to for dew to form. It is also...

Australia’s extraordinary and vulnerable animals – in pictures

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Alarm as Arctic sea ice not yet freezing at latest date on record

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Delayed freeze in Laptev Sea could have knock-on effects across polar region, scientists sayFor the first time since records began, the main nursery of...

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Net zero: what if Australia misses the moment on climate action?

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Three of Australia’s biggest trading partners have recently committed to go ‘carbon-neutral’. Experts say it’s the greatest shift in climate politics since the Paris...

It shouldn’t take a crisis for the chancellor to support ordinary people | Carys Roberts

This was no ordinary Conservative budget - but these are not ordinary times. In his first budget since taking office a month ago, Rishi...

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The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and in his budget the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, headed off down the motorway towards climate...

Polar ice caps melting six times faster than in 1990s

The polar ice caps are melting six times faster than in the 1990s, according to the most complete analysis to date. The ice loss from...

‘We used to be leaders’: the collapse of New Zealand’s landmark ocean park

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To create a resilient and ‘levelled-up’ UK, this budget must be green | Alfie Stirling

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Coronavirus could cause fall in global CO2 emissions

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Climate emergency: global action is ‘way off track’ says UN head

The world is "way off track" in dealing with the climate emergency and time is fast running out, the UN secretary general has said. Antonio...

Ecosystems the size of Amazon ‘can collapse within decades’

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On the horizon: the end of oil and the beginnings of a low-carbon planet

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With demand and share prices dropping, Europe’s fossil fuel producers recognise that peak oil is probably now behind themA year ago, only the most...

The Guardian view on politics and the environment: we demand better | Editorial

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Earlier this month, a dance troupe on an ITV light entertainment show created one of the most complained-about television moments of the past decade....

Brian May blames meat-eating for rise of coronavirus

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Brian May, guitarist with Queen, has criticised meat-eating and cited it as the cause of coronavirus, despite a lack of scientific consensus over the...