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Rewilding Britain: bringing wolves, bears and beavers back to the land

Rewilding Britain: bringing wolves, bears and beavers back to the land Introducing extinct species to the landscape is called rewilding and advocates enthuse about the benefits. But opponents fear the impact...

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate by Naomi Klein review

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate by Naomi Klein review Klein wants this book to be read by people who don't read climate-change books it addresses a potential catastrophe yet is calm and...

Sea, sand and gannets

Sea, sand and gannets Berneray, North Uist: Turning back into the path that passes through the maze of high dunes is like walking into a wind tunnel Continue...

Green groups accused of trashing Queensland's reputation overseas

Green groups accused of trashing Queensland's reputation overseas State environment minister claims the main aim of conservation groups is to shut down Queenslands resource industry Continue reading...

World population to hit 11bn in 2100 with 70% chance of continuous rise

World population to hit 11bn in 2100 with 70% chance of continuous rise New study overturns 20 years of consensus on peak projection of 9bn and gradual decline Continue reading...

Telegraph

London Zoo reveals winners of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014

London Zoo reveals winners of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014

Chimps and humans 'both natural born killers'

Chimps and humans 'both natural born killers' It was thought that chimps only fought when humans interfered, but scientists find they have a natural tendency toward violence and...

California wildfires: Hundreds evacuated as forests and homes are destroyed

Hundreds evacuated as forests and homes are destroyed

80F? It's time summer shoved off

80F? It's time summer shoved off As Britain prepares for its hottest September day in years, here are 15 reasons we wish autumn would hurry up

Huge blue Brazilian butterfly flutters from Natural History Museum to high-end boutique

Huge blue Brazilian butterfly flutters from Natural History Museum to high-end boutique The Morpho Menelaus butterfly, which has a six-inch wingspan, escaped the museum and turned up in the clothes shop around a mile away

Pictures of the day: 19 September 2014

Swimming with whale sharks, playful tigers and the Scottish Referendum

Giant anaconda captured after eating pet dog in French Guiana, in pictures

Seventeen foot snake captured after it eats pet dog in French Guiana

Pictures of the day: 18 September 2014

An erupting volcano, daredevil slackliners and a lost E-Type found

London Zoo reveals winners of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014

London Zoo reveals winners of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014

Chimps and humans 'both natural born killers'

Chimps and humans 'both natural born killers' It was thought that chimps only fought when humans interfered, but scientists find they have a natural tendency toward violence and...

Independent

Greenland’s dark snow may start global warming ‘feedback loop’

Anyone who has ever slipped over on black ice in the dead of winter will attest to how dangerous it is. But a darkening of the Greenland...

Leading climate scientists call on religious leaders to help save the environment

Two of the world’s leading scientists have made an unprecedented call on religious leaders to spark a “massive mobilisation...

BMC GF01 Ultegra Disc Road Bike, review: Road bike brakes are going through a revolution

Price: £5,200Frame and fork: Full carbonGears: Shimano Ultegra Di2Brakes: Shimano disc brakes (mechanical)Wheels: DT Swiss X-1900...

Peanut allergy sufferers 'on alert' as walnut crops fail

Britain’s half a million peanut allergy sufferers have been put on high alert after a series of walnut crop failures have increased...

Peanut allergy sufferers on alert as walnut crops fail

Britain’s half a million peanut allergy sufferers have been put on high alert after a series of walnut crop failures have increased...

BBC

'Artificial eye' to detect particles

The human eye has inspired physicists to create a processor that can analyse particle collisions 400 times faster than currently possible.

Forest land rights need global focus

Recognising the land rights of local people could provide cost-effective protection for many of the world's tropical forests, a report says.

Slippery banana study wins Ig Nobel

Research that investigated why bananas are slippery when you step on them wins one of this year's Ig Nobel prizes.

Murder 'comes naturally' to chimps

A major international study finds that killings among chimpanzees result from normal competition, not human interference.

Europeans drawn from three 'tribes'

Most present-day Europeans are a mixture of three ancient populations, according to a major study published in the journal Nature.

Scotsman

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Colorado State-born Sustainable Living Fair to be held Sept. 20-21

According to the Sustainable Living Association (SLA), the host of the event, the fair is expected to attract more than 11,000 people...

Concert will raise funds for sustainable living in developing world

Concert will raise funds for sustainable living in developing world. Dennis Union Church is working with two international charities to...

Students to learn about sustainable living through new vegetable patch

Gardening: Sustainable Living teacher Liz Kelly and student Demi Swire at ... Liz Kelly said the idea was to teach students about...

Unilever honors Cargill with 'Visionary' award

See more on the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan at www.unilever.com/sustainable-living/. Unilever has been recognised in the Dow...