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Life on thin ice: mental health at the heart of the climate crisis

12/08/2019 • 08:00 Environment The Guardian  

Mental health at the heart of the climate crisis Greenland’s melting has been adopted by the world as its own problem. But for the islanders grieving …

Raise car fuel prices to fight air pollution, says rightwing thinktank

12/08/2019 • 05:30 Environment The Guardian  

Bright Blue calls for zero VAT on electric cars and rewards for reporting idling vehicles Vehicle fuel taxes should rise to combat the air pollution …

Snow survivors: endangered Australian animals adapt to the chill – in pictures

12/08/2019 • 03:44 Environment The Guardian  

For the threatened and endangered native animals in breeding programs at the Aussie Ark wildlife sanctuary at Barrington Tops, New South Wales, the …

The Guardian view on climate crisis: what can we do? | Editorial

11/08/2019 • 17:41 Environment The Guardian  

Curbing meat and dairy consumption is critical to tackling global heating. But the issue must not be reduced to solely a question of personal choices …

Ditch your air-conditioning. You'll be fine | Franklin Schneider

11/08/2019 • 10:00 Environment The Guardian  

A hot room won’t usually kill you, but a hot planet will. If you feel sweaty, just imagine how your grandchildren are going to feel We think of air …

Record number of endangered hen harriers reared in England

11/08/2019 • 07:07 Environment The Independent  

Glimmer of hope for Britain's most threatened bird of prey but campaigners warn of challenge …

Suffering of chickens at farms supplying major supermarkets revealed in undercover footage

10/08/2019 • 15:15 Environment The Independent  

'If people grew as fast, five-year-old children would weigh …

'We were burying 10 children a year': how toilets are saving lives in Madagascar

10/08/2019 • 07:00 Environment The Guardian  

One village in the country has seen the tragic consequences of poor sanitation. Now it has come together to turn things around The sisters were …

Fatbergs: 'flushable' wet wipes are creating an environmental catastrophe – video

9/08/2019 • 22:16 Environment The Guardian  

Fatbergs, caused by an entangled mess of wet wipes 'mortared together' by fats, oils and grease to form rock-hard material, are creating a 'real …

Turtles more likely to eat plastics that look like foods in their natural diet, study finds

9/08/2019 • 19:02 Environment The Independent  

One animal found with 183 pieces of plastic in …

The week in widlife – in pictures

9/08/2019 • 15:25 Environment The Guardian  

This week, wild elephants, baby baboons and sharks that glow in the dark Continue reading... …

Oceans of Noise: Episode One – Science Weekly podcast

9/08/2019 • 11:00 Environment The Guardian  

During our summer break, we’re revisiting the archives. Today, Wildlife recordist Chris Watson begins a three-part journey into the sonic environment …

Cancer Town: Rev William Barber visits Reserve, Louisiana

9/08/2019 • 09:00 Environment The Guardian  

The Guardian invited the civil rights leader to the community on the banks of the Mississippi River where the people face the highest risk of cancer …

What is the kerfuffle with Angus Taylor, his brother and some grass? | First Dog on the Moon

9/08/2019 • 06:25 Environment The Guardian  

A company called Jam Land got in trouble for allegedly murdering grass and then ... Sign up here to get an email whenever First Dog cartoons are …

Berlin's bumbling beekeepers leave swarms without homes

9/08/2019 • 04:00 Environment The Guardian  

Inexperienced hobbyists force bees to search often in vain for suitable habitats across the city Humans are not the only ones in Berlin struggling to …

Beyonce's low-calorie diet is selling a 'dangerous' dream, dietician says

8/08/2019 • 17:03 Environment The Telegraph  

Shrieking seagulls become Parisians' latest bête noire

8/08/2019 • 16:59 Environment The Telegraph  

The IPCC land and climate report fails miserably | George Monbiot

8/08/2019 • 16:22 Environment The Guardian  

It vastly underestimates the true carbon cost of our meat and dairy consumption, which is astonishing. We can’t keep eating like this It’s a tragic …

The sustainable surfer: meet the team behind the world's first fully recyclable wetsuit

8/08/2019 • 11:10 Environment The Guardian  

It is estimated that 380 tonnes of wetsuit waste is dumped every year. But one company has come up with a radical solution Out the top of St Agnes, a …

UK needs to ramp up sustainable farming to maintain food security, government advisers say

8/08/2019 • 10:50 Environment The Independent  

'We have an opportunity with Brexit to reform our farming policy,' says Professor Piers …