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‘Nature will have her way’: how a desolate Perth shopping mall has been transformed into a sprawling wetland
Perth festival is offering a last chance to spend time in the abandoned Carillon City before it is demolished. It’s not as you remember itAs a fresh-faced 16-year-old in mid-2000s... Read more
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Carbon intensity of the country’s economy remains high, despite rapid improvements in clean energy outputChina is off track on all of its core 2025 climate targets, despite the fact that... Read more
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The impact of meat on the environment is well known, but what about staples such as rice and legumes?Biodiversity-conscious eaters could consider substituting potatoes for rice, cutting down on beef... Read more
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Attorney general’s attempt to end climate protesters’ use of consent defence is slippery slope, says KCA government attempt to remove one of the last remaining defences for climate protesters would... Read more
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Forget Labour and the Tories: the ‘carbon parties’ will not save us. That’s why Just Stop Oil wants your votes
We are seeing cowardice on a huge scale, so we will ratchet up pressure on MPs. We’ll also seek our own voice in parliamentAfter two years of civil resistance, Just... Read more
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In a rebuke to Governor Ron DeSantis’s denialism, the student body calls for campus-wide measures to tackle the climate crisisThe University of Florida student senate voted in favour of a... Read more
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Shadow farming minister commits to forging closer relationship with EU as polling shows farmers favour Labour over ToriesLabour has laid out its plans for farming at the National Farmers’ Union... Read more
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The firestorm that engulfed Lahaina last year disrupted a whole way of life and led some to reflect on food, land and a future beyond tourismIn the aftermath of last... Read more
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‘Dirty political games’: Suriname is selling its gold and timber – at the cost of tribal land rights
Communities such as the Saamaka are vocal in opposition to increased mining and logging – but has the country’s claim to fame as the most forested in the world already... Read more
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Rules hailed as once-in-a-generation chance to improve air quality but loopholes will let member states delay by up to a decadeThe European Union has agreed to set stricter limits on... Read more
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Analysis gives clues as to why butterflies and moths have been resilient through dramatic changes on Earth – and could help with future conservationThe genomes of butterflies and moths have... Read more
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Armed with a Geiger counter, Michael Collins was given access to multiple power stations across the UK – he found them tranquil, beautiful and sinister Continue reading...... Read more
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Fresh growth sprouted from buds under bark and deep inside trees, some buds having lain dormant for 1,000 yearsIn August 2020, wildfire burned almost the entire Big Basin Redwoods state... Read more
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BMW X3 has biggest gap between manufacturer’s laboratory consumption claims and real-world testing in latest Australian Automobile Association dataFollow our Australia news live blog for latest updatesGet our morning and... Read more
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Sultan Al Jaber, an oil executive, calls for governments to be ‘honest’ about costs involved in transition to net zeroThe problem of the ever-growing demand for power must be addressed... Read more
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