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Pollutionwatch: air quality benefits of lockdown continue

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The start of the UK lockdown brought news of reduced air pollution. Did it last? Measurements from London show that initial improvements in nitrogen dioxide...

Forest fire season is coming. How can we stop the Amazon burning?

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We found the first fire without looking, crackling and roaring on farmland beside the busy Amazon highway, the flames consuming a road sign with...

‘Food will be a by-product’: the Irish farmers creating nature-friendly fields

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Michael Davoren shudders when he thinks of the 1990s. He'd been in charge of his 80-hectare farm in the Burren, Co Clare, since the...

Iceland’s innovations to reach net-zero – in pictures

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Isolated and challenged by a harsh climate and battered by the financial crisis of 2008, Iceland has successfully moved away from fossil fuels and...

‘The water will come back’: why Kenya’s struggle against flooding is far from over

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Using a short piece of nylon line with a hook at one end and a long thin stick on the other, a mechanic and...

Country diary: a dipper in the shadows of the Devon Expressway

The river runs beneath a stream of heavy traffic - two flows crossing: one threading quietly between the uprights of the flyover, the other...

UK urged to create green apprenticeships to help Covid recovery

Green apprenticeships would prepare young people for jobs in renewable energy and the restoration of the UK's natural landscape, and stop young people having...

Take a deep breath: how ‘Cornish’ air sells for GBP60 a bottle (even if it’s from Devon)

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As many corals growing in the Pacific as trees in the Amazon, new study finds

A world-first estimate of the number of corals across the expanse of the Pacific Ocean has suggested there are about half a trillion of...

‘A duty of care’: Australian teenagers take their climate crisis plea to court

Eight teenagers and an octogenarian nun head to an Australian court on Tuesday to launch what they hope will prove to be a landmark...

Budget is vital test of UK government’s green credentials

The budget this week will be a vital test of Boris Johnson's green credentials, with campaigners watching keenly to see whether plans match up...

A third of top UK firms’ CO2 emissions not in line with global climate goals

Three out of 10 of the UK's biggest public companies emit carbon dioxide at a rate that would contribute significantly to the climate crisis,...

Cattle stranded on ship to be destroyed in port as second vessel returns to Spain

Spanish authorities are about to begin slaughtering hundreds of calves that have spent months crisscrossing the Mediterranean, said a lawyer for the cattle shippers....

How we met: ‘I told her every day I loved her, but I wonder if it was enough’

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A Texas city had a bold new climate plan – until a gas company got involved

When the city of Austin drafted a plan to shift away from fossil fuels, the local gas company was fast on the scene to...

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Country diary: the bumblebees’ low drone has replaced the hum of traffic

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In the garden on a bright morning, with sunshine lancing the cherry blossom, my eye is drawn to the fat glitter of a queen...

Don’t get in a flap: test your knowledge of urban birds – quiz

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Which bird - the fastest living creature in the whole world - has found a home in city centres across Britain, Europe and North...

Earth Day: Greta Thunberg calls for ‘new path’ after pandemic

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Greta Thunberg has urged people around the world to take a new path after the coronavirus pandemic, which she said proved "our society is...