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MEPs demand reassurances EU green policies are not being downgraded

MEPs demand reassurances EU green policies are not being downgraded Fears over a shift towards deregulation on eco policy could stall appointment of Karmenu Vella as environment commissioner Continue...

Boris Johnson moves to meet City concerns about cycle superhighways

Boris Johnson moves to meet City concerns about cycle superhighways Londons mayor has acknowledged business community worries about his flagship scheme that were questioned by his cycling policy adviser...

A grass snake on 'Slub Mountain'

A grass snake on 'Slub Mountain' Blackwater Carr, Norfolk: Coiled on the crown of the waste heap was the answer to a prayer Continue reading...

Can Narendra Modi bring the solar power revolution to India?

Can Narendra Modi bring the solar power revolution to India? Indian PMs renewable energy ambitions are big and the country is home to Asias biggest solar farm in Gujarat, but coal use is still...

Living Planet index: Australia ranked 13 by WWF for ecological footprint

Living Planet index: Australia ranked 13 by WWF for ecological footprint WWF has found that Australia requires 6.25 global hectares of productive land and ocean per person per year Continue reading...

Telegraph

Stunning video shows hot air balloon descending deep underground into cave

Amazing footage shows the moment Austrian pilot Ivan Trifonov succeeded in taking a balloon deep underground into a cave in Croatia

Beautiful trees around the world: in pics

A new book showcases the splendour of the tree

Ten British wildlife species in danger: in pictures

Ten British species facing the risk of extinction

Dogwalker spots a snake eating a squirrel

Watch as this black eastern rat snake swallows a squirrel whole

What went wrong on Mount Ontake?

What went wrong on Mount Ontake? A popular hiking site in central Japan turned into a death trap on Saturday when a volcano erupted, with up to 31 people believed dead

Pictures of the day: 30 September 2014

A baby meerkat, a monster pumpkin and Boris Johnson makes a brick

How to train your dragon: lizards taught to open doors

The University of Lincoln proves that lizards can learn from each other, a trait previously thought to belong to just a few primates and...

Ten British wildlife species in danger: in pictures

Ten British species facing the risk of extinction

Half of world's animals have disappeared since 1970

Half of world's animals have disappeared since 1970 A shocking report from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has found that 52 per cent of the world's animals have vanished in 40 years

Bats lured to deaths at wind farms 'because they think turbines are trees'

Bats lured to deaths at wind farms 'because they think turbines are trees' Flashing red lights may be needed to prevent bats making potentially-fatal mistake, scientists say

Independent

The Earth’s vertebrate wildlife population has halved in 40 years, says conservation group WWF

The world’s wildlife population is less than half the size it was just four decades ago, with unsustainable human consumption and...

Birdwatcher MP Eric Pickles will not vote on ex-MoD site Lodge Hill - home to Britain’s biggest nightingale population

When politicians have to keep out of decisions because of potential conflicts of interest, it is usually financial investments or...

Watch a giant stingray make friends with tourists

An enormous stingray approached a group of tourists in the Maldives who had been feeding fish by the marina and struck up a most...

Watch a giant stingray makes friends with tourists

An enormous stingray approached a group of tourists in the Maldives who had been feeding fish by the marina and struck up a most...

Kew Gardens opens drugs festival with chance to try 'mind-altering' plants

Kew Gardens are giving visitors the opportunity to sample mind-altering plants as part of a new season focusing on intoxication and drugs.

BBC

New images from Flight MH370 hunt

The team looking for missing flight MH370 releases detailed images of the seabed for the first time, revealing extinct volcanoes and deep...

Complex molecule discovered in space

The discovery of a branched carbon molecule 27,000 light-years from Earth suggests the building blocks of life may be ubiquitous...

World wildlife populations 'plummet'

The global loss of species is even worse than previously thought, with wildlife populations halving in just 40 years, a report says.

Date fixed for comet landing attempt

Europe's daring attempt to put a small robot on the surface of Comet 67P will take place on Wednesday 12 November.

Mars rover bites mountain's base

Nasa's Curiosity rover on Mars drills its first full hole since May - into a mudstone at the base of Mount Sharp in Gale Crater.

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