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Reddit investors use GameStop proceeds to help protect gorillas

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Gorillas, elephants, pangolins and sea turtles have been handed a lifeline by amateur investors who played the stock market at its own game. Hundreds of...

‘No way food safety not compromised’: US regulation rollbacks during Covid-19 criticised

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The US government is accelerating controversial regulatory rollbacks to speed up production at meat plants, as companies express growing alarm at the impact of...

Covid-19 mink variants discovered in humans in seven countries

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Seven countries are now reporting mink-related Sars-CoV-2 mutations in humans, according to new scientific analysis. The mutations are identified as Covid-19 mink variants as they...

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...

What would a climate-friendly UK mean for you?

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Electric cars, the end of gas boilers, green jobs, more trees and less meat are all part of government advisers’ net zero planEnding UK’s...

‘Beavers are just being beavers’: friction grows between Canadians and animals

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‘Bristol does things differently’: Green party emerges as city’s rising force

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Country diary: your eyes do not deceive you – this is a black squirrel

Above my head, two squirrels race through the sycamores. They are not the same colour. The pursuer is a flash of grizzled pewter, russet...

Boris Johnson took ‘unnecessary’ helicopter trip to promote bike scheme

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Water firms are main source of microplastics in UK rivers, study says

Research says discharge of untreated sewage and wastewater during dry spells to blame Water companies are causing high levels of microplastic contamination in UK...

Solar surcharge: how US power firms try to make people pay for going green

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Meet the workers who put food on America’s tables – but can’t afford groceries

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Chainsaw massacre: tree poaching hits Canada amid lumber shortage

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Are Biden’s carbon markets as good as they look? No, say smaller farms

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‘Odd, eerie and haunting’: behind Maya Lin’s Manhattan ghost forest

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Country diary: the moors are a tale of loss, but the raptors bring hope

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Wood warbler, ring ouzel, common redstart, tree pipit, common sandpiper, twite, cuckoo and lapwing: these birds, whose names I jotted down on each spring...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic

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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has suspended its enforcement of environmental laws during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, signaling to companies they will not...

Coronavirus pandemic prompts record drop in global emissions, study finds

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The coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest drop in heat-trapping emissions in human history, according to a new study. Lockdowns, travel bans and...