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Environmental controls key to coronavirus recovery, chancellor told

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Strengthening environmental regulations must be a key plank of the UK's recovery from the coronavirus crisis to help prevent the spread of future pandemics,...

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2020 Mammal Photographer of the Year winners

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2020 European Tree of the Year – in pictures

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Belgium: the Tree of Freedom of the Waret Citizens Age: 223-year-old. Species: horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum). Location: Waret-la-Chaussee, Wallonia. The tree symbolises the defence of the Waret...

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Country diary: preening avocets attract attention | Country diary

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‘Compelling’ evidence air pollution worsens coronavirus – study

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There is "compelling" evidence that air pollution significantly increases coronavirus infections, hospital admissions and deaths, according to the most detailed and comprehensive analysis to...

Team Lioness: the Kenyan women rangers risking their lives for wildlife

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Her black boots brushing through swathes of yellow-brown bush, 24-year-old Purity Amleset is feeling tense. But fear is just part of the job, she...

Robot dolphins: the cruelty-free GBP20m ‘animal’ you can’t tell from the...

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Making a beeline: wildflower paths across UK could save species

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Andrew Whitehouse has been on the cliffs at Prawle Point, south Devon, searching on his hands and knees for a rare bee. He saw...

Missing lynx: how rewilding Britain could restore its natural balance

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They once roamed in huge herds across the grasslands of Europe, but a century ago, following mass killing for food and sport during the...

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Scientists put forward plan to create universal species list

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A plan to create the first universally recognised list of species on Earth has prompted hopes of an end to centuries of disagreement and...

Covid-19 outbreaks at Irish meat plants raise fears over worker safety

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An outbreak of Covid-19 among workers in a meat factory in Tipperary has raised fears that the virus is spreading through abattoirs and meat-processing...

Parts of England could run out of water within 20 years, warn MPs

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There is a serious risk that parts of England will run out of water within 20 years, MPs have warned.The public accounts committee...

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