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Bondi beach and Bronte welcome back swimmers as coronavirus lockdown relaxed – in pictures

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A surfer waits for the 7am reopening of Bondi beach on Tuesday morning. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Surfers look on as the barrier fence is opened. Photograph:...

Increase in burning of plastic ‘driving up emissions from waste disposal’

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Expansion of energy-from-waste incineration could stop UK hitting its net zero carbon target, campaigners warnCarbon emissions from waste disposal are increasing because of the...

Population panic lets rich people off the hook for the climate crisis they are...

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When a major study was published last month, showing that the global population is likely to peak then crash much sooner than most scientists...

Country diary: an immense space studded with razor shells

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The storms in September have dredged from the sea bottom and then flung millions of razor shells across the immense space of this beach....

Microplastics found for first time in Antarctic ice where krill source food

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Small pieces of plastic have been detected in sea ice in Antarctica for what scientists believe is the first time. Microplastics have previously been discovered...

Climate crisis making autumn leaves fall earlier, study finds

Global heating appears to be making trees drop their leaves earlier, according to new research, confounding the idea that warmer temperatures delay the onset...

More than 3 billion people affected by water shortages, data shows

Water shortages are now affecting more than 3 billion people around the world, as the amount of fresh water available for each person has...

Going for green: how to shop more ethically on Black Friday – in pictures

AllbirdsThe sustainable footwear brand beloved of Silicon Valley is calling for shoppers to 'break tradition, not the planet'. Instead of reducing its prices, Allbirds...

Cooling La Nina may not save Great Barrier Reef from mass coral bleaching, experts warn

A global weather phenomenon that would typically keep ocean temperatures lower across the Great Barrier Reef may not be enough to stop another mass...

Charmed in lockdown: garden birds by Denis Thorpe – in pictures

The former Guardian photographer Denis Thorpe, 88, has been shielding at home in Stockport for most of the year and taking pictures of his...

If bugs escape I’m a Celebrity ‘they could cause severe problems’, says Chris Packham

Springwatch presenter adds to warnings of threat to Welsh countryside if non-native species get outParts of the Welsh countryside could become permanently damaged if...

Campaigners call for UK and EU bans on plastic ‘sample’ sachets

Environmental campaigners have joined forces with politicians and business leaders in demanding urgent action to tackle the distribution of billions of plastic "personal care"...

‘All we could do was run’: the strange story of Gerald, the turkey who terrorized a city

When the bird who dominated Oakland’s rose garden turned violent, the question of his fate caused ‘rifts that will never heal’The turkey locked eyes...

‘You have stolen our forest’: rights of Baka people in the Congo ignored

Indigenous group plead for help after being targeted by government ecoguards supported by the WWFJosi Emerson, president of the Baka pygmy village of Seh...

Country diary: a mast year for the mighty oak

The eastern entrance to Old Sulehay forest is roofed by great oaks, still canopied with autumnal foliage, in contrast to the bare ash, hazel...

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Rowan Williams urges UK universities to divest from fossil fuels

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Former archbishop says oil firm holdings not compatible with duty to next generationThe former archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has called on UK universities...

Oceans’ capacity to absorb CO2 overestimated, study suggests

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The North Atlantic may be a weaker climate ally than previously believed, according to a study that suggests the ocean's capacity to absorb carbon...

Jair Bolsonaro has trashed Brazil’s image but he hasn’t broken its soul | Eliane...

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It is claimed that the Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, had a prophetic start to his political career: he was accused (a controversial trial found...