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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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The world's offshore windfarm capacity could grow eightfold by the end of the decade powered by a clean energy surge led by China, according...

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Satellite images have revealed 11 previously unknown emperor penguin colonies in Antarctica, boosting the number of known colonies of the imperilled birds by 20%. The...

BP’s dividend cut puts firm on road to deliver green energy...

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BP has set itself the target of shrinking its carbon footprint to net zero by 2050. To do that will require big investment in...

The Guardian view on wildlife in lockdown: feeling the pressure |...

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Letter from economists: to rebuild our world, we must end the...

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From deep-rooted racism to the Covid-19 pandemic, from extreme inequality to ecological collapse, our world is facing dire and deeply interconnected emergencies. But as...

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Ice-free Arctic summers now very likely even with climate action

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Scientists surprised by latest results but say carbon cuts remain vital to prevent ice loss becoming permanentThe loss of summer sea ice in the...

Cattle gridlock: EU border delays add to coronavirus strain on meat trade

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Campaigners have called for the suspension of all live animal shipments out of Europe, and a restriction to the shortest possible journeys within Europe,...

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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A flock of starlings fly in the light of the setting sun in the village of Popielarze, near Warsaw, Poland. Photograph: Janek Skarzynski/AFP via Getty...

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