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Treasury’s ‘green recovery’ not enough, say campaigners

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A majority of Australians surveyed in the latest Guardian Essential poll believe it is likely there will be a second wave of Covid-19 infections as a consequence of restrictions being eased, with only 13% of the sample dismissing that probability. With the...

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Scientists put forward plan to create universal species list

A plan to create the first universally recognised list of species on Earth has prompted hopes of an end to centuries of disagreement and confusion over how to classify the world's library of life.The 10-point plan aims to finally bring order...

Death at Hells Gates: rescuers witness tragic end for hundreds of pilot whales on Australian coast

Ingrid Albion has been helping to save whales and dolphins for three decades, but has never seen anything on a scale like this before. Nobody in Australia has. Within the rugged beauty of Macquarie Harbour, a wild Southern Ocean frontier on the...

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XM Donates to MAPFRE Panamerican University Community Center

On 7th March this year, XM initiated yet another impactful corporate social responsibility event, this time in Mexico City, with the aim to make a donation to the MAPFRE Panamerican University Community Center.The recent event took place in cooperation with MAPFRE...

RoboMarkets enhances conditions for ECNPro, Prime accounts

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Missing lynx: how rewilding Britain could restore its natural balance

They once roamed in huge herds across the grasslands of Europe, but a century ago, following mass killing for food and sport during the First World War, the European bison went extinct in the wild. Europe's largest land mammal was only...

A third of my country was just underwater. The world must act on climate | Sheikh Hasina

One-third of my country was underwater last month. The heaviest rains in almost a decade began and have still not abated. More than 1.5 million Bangladeshis...

English countryside ‘at risk from Boris Johnson’s planning revolution’

The English countryside and its wildlife are at serious risk because of Boris Johnson's pledge to revolutionise the planning system, leading green groups warn today. In a...

Revealed: new evidence links Brazil meat giant JBS to Amazon deforestation

New evidence appears to connect JBS, the world's biggest meat company, to cattle supplied from a farm in the Brazilian Amazon which is under sanction for...

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Planetary ‘safety net’ could halt wildlife loss and slow climate breakdown

World leaders are preparing to join a key summit on biodiversity being hosted in New York amid mounting evidence that governments are failing to halt the unprecedented loss of species around the world. Earlier this month,...

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Special sponges, magnetic soap and autonomous robots are among the latest wave of inventions aimed at tackling oil spills.Incidents such as the tanker stranding in Mauritius in August can devastate the environment and threaten communities...

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Coalition calls for new laws to end sewage discharges into UK waters

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New renewable energy capacity hit record levels in 2019

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Amid the storm of Covid-19, a raft of cycling and walking announcements has landed as part of the government's attempt to promote a healthier...