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‘Betrayal of trust’: HS2 criticised over removal of woodland soils

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HS2 is beginning an operation to remove soils from ancient woodlands at a catastrophic time of year for wildlife, according to the Woodland Trust. Undertaking...

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,...

2020 Mammal Photographer of the Year winners

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Mammal Comedian Award winner: Grey Seal by Philip Ryan Elusive Mammal Category winner: Breaching Common Dolphin by Dan Lettice Young Mammal Photographer of the Year, aged...

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...

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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Brazil’s Amazon rainforest suffers worst fires in a decade

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Fires in Brazil's Amazon increased 13% in the first nine months of the year compared with a year ago, as the rainforest region experiences...

‘Incredibly dangerous job’: concerns safety is slipping at US meat plants

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The safety of US meat plant workers is at risk, workers and campaigners believe, because of a triple whammy of increased line speeds, higher...

UK held private talks with fossil fuel firms about Glasgow Cop26

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Fossil fuel firms have held a series of private meetings with UK government officials in an attempt to be part of next year's crucial...

Game birds ‘could wipe out adders in most of Britain within...

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The adder, Britain's only venomous snake, could become extinct across much of Britain within 12 years because of the uncontrolled release of millions of...

Scientists use satellite tags to reveal white storks’ migratory habits

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Marge, a white stork released onto a rewilded farm in West Sussex, is shedding light on the birds' unpredictable migratory habits by flying to...

85 bird crime incidents recorded last year, says RSPB report

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There were 85 confirmed incidents of the illegal shooting, trapping and poisoning of birds of prey in Britain in 2019, according to the RSPB's...

New British standard for biodegradable plastic introduced

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A new British standard for biodegradable plastic is being published which scientists say will cut through a jungle of classifications that leave consumers confused. Plastic...

Global heating warming up ‘nights faster than days’

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The climate crisis is heating up nights faster than days in many parts of the world, according to the first worldwide assessment of how...

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Cargo ship sailors press-ganged into keeping the world’s trade afloat

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Thomas Stapley-Bunten was due to finish his contract aboard the Al Shamal, a huge cargo ship carrying liquid natural gas, early last month. The...

UN chief: don’t use taxpayer cash to rescue carbon-intensive industries

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Governments should not use taxpayer cash to rescue fossil fuel companies and carbon-intensive industries, but should devote economic rescue packages for the coronavirus crisis...

UK waste firm Biffa loses appeal after exporting dirty waste to China

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One of the UK's biggest waste firms has lost a case in the court of appeal to overturn a criminal conviction for exporting dirty...

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