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Netflix still several steps ahead in strategy for wooing subscribers

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Many thought the streaming service would come unstuck with its debt-fuelled growth, but the pandemic changed all thatOnly Frank Underwood could amass as much...

Pollutionwatch: how will lockdown air affect Britain’s Big Butterfly Count?

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The UK's Big Butterfly Count starts this week. Will air pollution improvements during lockdown increase your chances of seeing rare butterflies and moths? The best-known...

Landscape of fear: why we need the wolf

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There's a monument near Brora, 60 miles short of John o'Groats, that claims to mark the spot where the last wolf in Sutherland was...

From dusted-off bikes to electric dreams: UK green economy booms on back of Covid-19

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The queues were "absolutely crazy", says Gavin Hudson, the owner of the cycle repair startup Butternut Bikes. As lockdown descended he began fixing old...

Male seahorse gives birth to an army of offspring – video

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A male White's seahorse has been filmed giving birth to dozens of babies ... yes, a father giving birth. Seahorse females deposit their eggs into...

Outdoor air pollution cuts three years from human lifespan – study

Humans are missing out on almost three years of life expectancy on average because of outdoor air pollution, researchers have found. However, the study reveals...

The Guardian view on an energy U-turn: the winds of change | Editorial

The government's decision to overturn an effective five-year-old ban on new onshore wind power generation is hugely welcome. Wind provides the cheapest energy, with...

Rich countries could be asked to pay billions to protect biodiversity

Wealthy nations could be asked to make significant financial contributions to biodiverse countries such as Brazil under proposals put forward during talks on a...

Tranquil setting and a seafood meal plan: the retirement home for whales

More than 300 beluga whales and 60 orcas remain captive in aquariums around the world, with recent films such as Blackfish highlighting the ethics...

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MARCH 2020 STOCK CHALLENGE (featuring Robinhood)

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A major climate victory over Heathrow was aided by apathy in Downing Street

Live by the greenwash, die by it too. Barely six days after Heathrow Airport declared it had been certified carbon neutral, its third-runway ambitions...

Eco-campaigners hail Heathrow as a victory, but will it turn out to be one for the planet? | Margaret Heffernan

On Thursday, when climate activists spilled on to the road, singing "We'll take climate change seriously" to the tune of My Bonnie Lies Over...

Orchids are woven through Chinese culture. What happens if they vanish?

Unfurling across paintings, poems and carvings, Cymbidium orchids are more than just wild plants in China. They are inextricably linked with the country's culture....

The week in wildlife – in pictures

A tree is surrounded by water in the centre of Worcester after the River Severn burst its banks. Flood water levels are decreasing after storms...

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Celebrity power undermining global conservation efforts, scientists warn

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Leading scientists have warned that global conservation is being undermined by celebrity power after they suffered death threats and abuse in a hostile dispute...

PPE use in England generated ‘colossal’ amount of carbon

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The considerable use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in health and social care services in England during the first six months of the pandemic...

Deadliest plastics: bags and packaging biggest marine life killers, study finds

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Wide-ranging review finds whales, dolphins, turtles and seabirds at mortal risk from marine debrisPlastic bags and flexible packaging are the deadliest plastic items in...