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Baby boom for North Atlantic right whales off US coast

US researchers spot three mother and calf pairs of the endangered North American right whale species. Read More source

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President’s underwater plea for the oceans

Seychelles’ leader delivers a speech in defence of the Indian Ocean from inside a submersible. Read More source

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TED 2019: The $50 lab burger transforming food

TED fellow Bruce Friedrich tells the TED conference about his vision for the future of food. Read More source

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Extinction Rebellion London activists glue themselves to DLR train

Three Extinction Rebellion campaigners glued themselves to a train at London’s Canary Wharf. Read More source

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Worries about agrochemicals led to a new farming movement

Worries about soil quality led to the creation of a new farming movement in the UK in the 1940s Read…

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Light pollution not improving, says CPRE

Just one in 50 people can see stars as Nature intended, survey suggest Read More source

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‘Mission Jurassic’ dinosaur hunt to get under way

British scientists are about to participate in one of their biggest dinosaur hunts in decades. Read More source

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Extinction Rebellion: what do they want – and is it realistic?

The UK needs to move to net zero CO2 emissions by 2025 say protestors but how hard would that be…

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Extinction Rebellion London protest: Arrests top 100

Extinction Rebellion campaigners enter their second day of blocking traffic in central London. Read More source

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Microplastics found in ‘pristine’ Pyrenees mountains

Scientists from Scotland and France spent five months monitoring the secluded site in the Pyrenees. Read More source

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Stonehenge: DNA reveals origin of builders

The ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean to get to Britain. Read More source

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Bacton sand martins return to cliff burrows after nets removed

The birds’ nesting sites were blocked when netting was installed. Read More source

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SpaceX nails triple booster landing after satellite delivery

Elon Musk’s Falcon Heavy launched a satellite into orbit for a Saudi Arabian company. Read More source

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Extinction Rebellion: Climate protesters block roads

Extinction Rebellion targets central London in a global day of action against climate change. Read More source

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Teen conservationist: ‘Why I adopted a cheetah’

Kenyan teenager Some, who adopted big cat Diji when she was 17, wants to be a conservationist. Read More source

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No pain

Jo Cameron is one of two people on Earth known to have a mutation that means she feels almost no…

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Green challenge

A student house is challenged to live in a more environmentally-friendly way. How did they get on? Read More source

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Sheep attacks: ‘These dogs have got a taste for blood’

Farmers who witnessed the aftermath of a brutal dog attack on their sheep are calling for changes to the law.…

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