UK public ‘supports green recovery from coronavirus crisis’

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Critically endangered herb thriving on Macquarie Island after seven-year feral animal eradication program

A critically-endangered herb once thought extinct on sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island has been found growing at a new location as the world-heritage site continues its...

Commonwealth nations to protect coral reefs with satellite technology

Commonwealth countries are to gain free access to satellite technology that will help them monitor and protect their endangered coral reefs from threats such...

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Conservation in crisis: ecotourism collapse threatens communities and wildlife

From the vast plains of the Masai Mara in Kenya to the delicate corals of the Aldabra atoll in the Seychelles, conservation work to protect some of the world's most important ecosystems is facing crisis following a collapse in ecotourism during...

Ocean Photography Awards – in pictures

A majestic whale shark is bathed in brilliant light rays as it cruises in search of food off Isla Mujeres, Mexico Photograph: Shawn Heinrichs Thousands of shark fins are offloaded and sorted for market, Taiwan Photograph: Paul Hilton A leopard seal tries to feed the...

British farmers turn to homegrown force to bring in the harvest

Right now, Bruce Kerr is fretting about the shape of a certain curve - but not the one relating to the spread of Covid-19. Kerr is an asparagus farmer in east Suffolk. In a good year he will harvest up to 500...

Spreading rock dust on fields could remove vast amounts of CO2 from air

Spreading rock dust on farmland could suck billions of tonnes of carbon dioxide from the air every year, according to the first detailed global analysis of the technique.The chemical reactions that degrade the rock particles lock the greenhouse gas into carbonates...

Biodiversity in Britain at risk from standstill due to coronavirus

While lockdown has allowed some a greater appreciation of spring and the fun of seeing goats, sheep and deer foraying into urban landscapes, Covid-19 is wreaking havoc with UK biodiversity as vital conservation projects are put on hold.On Friday conservationists warned...

Daylight saving time in Europe starts from 30.03.2020

Dear Clients! Due to the transition to daylight saving time in the European Union from 30.03.2020 the trading schedule changes for the following instruments (CET): Instrument Trading hours FOREX, USDIDX Monday - Thursday (00:00 - 23:00 and 23:15 - 24:00), Friday (00:00 - 22:00) CFDs: XAUUSD, XAGUSD,...

Aflutter: Guardian readers share UK butterfly sightings – in pictures

Silver-studded blue 'I go out photographing butterflies each year,' says Thomas Moore, a primary school teacher from West Sussex. 'As lockdown has been partially relaxed to allow you to drive to a place for a walk, it has meant I could go...

Coronavirus: UK has legal duty to review air pollution targets, say lawyers

Growing evidence of a link between air pollution and the impact of coronavirus means the government has a legal obligation to urgently review its air quality strategy, according to lawyers. In a letter to ministers, the lawyers argue that refusing to order...

Coronavirus could cause fall in global CO2 emissions

Governments should act with the same urgency on climate as on the coronavirus, leading campaigners say, as evidence mounts that the health crisis is reducing carbon...

RoboMarkets adds PayPal to the list of depositing methods

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Boris Johnson under pressure to ensure green recovery in UK

Boris Johnson and his cabinet are coming under increasing pressure to ensure the economic stimulus helps to shift the UK to a low-carbon future, as green...

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Protecting 30% of planet could bolster economy, study says

Nearly a third of the world's oceans and land area could be placed under environmental protections without harming the global economy, and even produce bumper economic benefits if the right policies were followed, according to...

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‘Playing the hand of God’: scientists’ experiment aims to help trees survive climate change

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‘Landscape of fear’: what a mass of rotting reindeer carcasses taught scientists

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For those who watch the waves, rocks and beaches for the distinctive silhouettes and dorsal fins, there is still hope. If the great white sharks are gone for now, they will return, one day soon. Not...

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CFD Monthly Adjustment procedure update

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Welsh government plans to ban single-use plastics from next year

Plastic straws, cutlery and polystyrene food and drink containers look set to be banned in Wales under proposals from the Welsh government. It said the...

I believe Roundup gave me cancer. The Monsanto settlement is a slap in the face | Christine Sheppard

Last Wednesday was my 71st birthday, a low-key celebration in these Covid-19 times. Then I heard the news that the pharmaceutical conglomerate Bayer has...