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Country diary: England’s deepest lake offers a trance-inducing swim

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The surface of Wastwater is so immaculately still that the thought of disturbing it with a swim seems like blasphemy. Earlier in the morning, social...

From dolphins to rewilding: 11 environment-aware holidays for 2021

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From rewilding to marine conservation, these breaks for later in the year have a restorative effect on nature – and holidaymakers, tooThe idea of...

Trump wants to put a rightwing zealot in charge of public land. Here’s why...

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On 26 June, Donald Trump announced that he plans to nominate William Perry Pendley to lead the Bureau of Land Management. That may not...

Lockdown-breakers dispersed from Scotland’s hotspot, Loch Lomond

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Politicians and police have urged the public to stay away from Loch Lomond after it emerged thousands of people had breached the lockdown around...

Isabella Rossellini: ‘Ageing brings a lot of happiness. You get fatter – but there...

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‘I can’t get above water’: how America’s chicken giant Perdue controls farmers

Back in the 1990s, Rudy Howell, then in his mid-50s, took over his father-in-law's poultry contract business in North Carolina. He and his wife...

On the verge: a quiet roadside revolution is boosting wildflowers

In 2014, Giles Nicholson was battling the growing year from hell. A mild winter followed by a warm, wet spring had turbocharged a ferocious...

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Poison-laden drones to patrol New Zealand wilderness on the hunt for invasive pests

A large rat scampers across a shady forest floor in search of its latest meal of Kiwi chicks, one of New Zealand's endangered native...

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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

Fashion operates on desire. How we dress feeds off cravings to be different as well as part of a tribe; to be en vogue...

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

The article based on the RSPB's recent report (Tree plantations 'do not help climate' as timber not used over long term, 11 March) is...

Accidental countryside: why nature thrives in unlikely places

With its trees still naked after winter, Lordship Road in the London borough of Hackney is an urban vista of asphalt, brick and concrete....

Hungry monkeys brawl over food as coronavirus hits tourism in Thailand – video

Play Video 0:41 A large crowd of monkeys has been filmed brawling over a pot of yoghurt in a street in Thailand. A fall in tourist...

Climate crisis blamed for rains and floods that have killed 150 in Brazil

About 150 people have been killed or are missing following record-breaking heavy rains, landslides and flooding in three Brazilian states this year. Scientists say global...

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What is carbon capture, usage and storage – and can it trap emissions?

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Technology that can keep carbon dioxide emissions from entering the atmosphere and stoking global heating will be essential to tackle the growing climate crisis,...

Negative emissions tech helps, but it’s no magic bullet for the climate crisis |...

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What should we do? The world is rapidly approaching 1.5C of warming above pre-industrial levels - the target limit of the Paris agreement -...

Landmark inquest to rule if air pollution killed London pupil

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New hearing into 2013 death of Ella Kissi-Debrah follows mother’s seven-year fight An inquest is to consider evidence that illegal levels of air pollution...