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Activists sue ministers over release of game birds for shooting

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Nature on UK doorsteps: thousands sign up for daily ‘random acts of wildness’

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Humanity must take this chance to find a new ‘normal’ – and safeguard our planet

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‘We need to be heard’: the BAME climate activists who won’t be ignored

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Green groups call for new nature service to aid recovery in England

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Lockdown puts wildlife conservation on Devon’s Lundy Island at risk

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Deadly diseases from wildlife thrive when nature is destroyed, study finds

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Information can save lives. Help Guardian Australia reach 150,000 supporters | Lenore Taylor

No one was ready for 2020. None of us was really prepared for the bushfires, or coronavirus, or the fear and uncertainty about what these crises mean for our families and our lives. At Guardian Australia, we weren't either. Along with the...

Climate-damaging products should come with smoking-style warnings

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Billion-dollar wildlife industry in Vietnam under assault as law drafted to halt trading

Vietnam's prime minister, Nguyen Xuan Phuc, has asked the country's agriculture ministry to draft a directive to stop illegal trading and consumption of wildlife over fears...

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Large quantities of the soy and beef imported to Europe from Brazil have been "contaminated" by deforestation, research shows. The findings suggest much more needs...

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