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How technology can prevent food waste in developing countries

Fresh produce worth £4.4bn is lost every year in India alone due to poor refrigeration, yet big business has not taken actionUp to...

Valley of the swans

Burpham, West Sussex: I can just make out triangular flashes of yellow at the top of their grey bills in the failing light Continue...

Seafood country-of-origin labelling may be extended to fish and chip shops

Extension of laws has been backed by environmentalists, certain fishers, the Greens and the independent senator Nick Xenophon Continue...

Removal of anti-windfarm group's charity status is a 'victory for science'

Greens say decision by regulator to remove Waubra Foundation’s tax-deductible status is ‘a victory for science and a victory...

US mulls would-be rhino hunter's request to bring home carcass

Texas man plans to kill animal in NamibiaFederal application to import remains prompts outcryBlack rhino hunt permit brings $350K at...

Telegraph

Life in the Mariana Trench: how low can you go?

Watch collection of video clips of life in the Mariana Trench in order of depth, from the shallowest to one of the deepest places on...

Velux Lovers of Light photography competition

In pics: Entries to the Velux Lovers of Light photography competition

Focus on Nature: Wildlife photography competition

Photography competition by The Society of Nature and Wildlife Photographers

Cameron still believes his is the 'greenest government'

Prime Minister has made the case to senior MPs that "a lot of good things are going on", writes Geoffrey Lean

South Downs most expensive National Park to buy a home

South Downs most expensive National Park to buy a home Research reveals area that has toppled New Forest to become National Park with highest average property price

Pictures of the day: 19 December 2014

A baby orangutan, squashing Santas and a massive storm cloud

Life in the Mariana Trench: how deep can you go?

Watch collection of video clips of life in the Mariana Trench in order of depth, from the shallowest to one of the deepest places on...

Pictures of the day: 18 December 2014

A orangutan-ta Claus, Turkey TV stars and a frozen waterfall

Pictures of the day: 17 December 2014

A pygmy possum, a festive beluga whale and a frosty face

Cats hated for being 'murderous' pests by third of gardeners, survey finds

Cats hated for being 'murderous' pests by third of gardeners, survey finds Cats are now more hated than wasps and foxes, with 34 per cent of gardeners loathing the 'murderous' pests, according to annual survey

Independent

Deforestation in the Amazon will cause precipitation in Britain

Britain’s wet weather could be made worse by deforestation in the Amazon, according to a new report into the effect of the loss of...

Arctic squirrels blamed for climate change damage

Rodents have been accused of everything from the Black Death to electrical fires over the centuries – now climate change can be...

Greenland ice sheet could be melting faster than thought possible

The Greenland ice sheet – the largest body of ice in the northern hemisphere – could melt faster than scientists had...

Northern white rhino dies at San Diego Zoo Safari Park to leave just five left in the world

One of the six remaining northern white rhinos in the world has died yesterday to bring the species a step closer to extinction.

Five remaining critically endangered northern white rhinos left after male Angalifu dies in zoo

One of the only six remaining northern white rhinos in the whole world died yesterday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park and the sad loss...

BBC

Birds 'fled day before US tornadoes'

Tracking data reveals that golden-winged warblers fled one day before the April 2014 US tornado outbreak, probably because they "heard it...

Carbon mission returns global maps

Nasa's Orbiting Carbon Observatory produces its first global maps of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere.

New record for deepest fish

Fish are filmed more than 8,000m down in the Mariana Trench - the deepest place on Earth.

3D printer makes tool in space

Astronauts on the International Space Station have used their 3-D printer to make a wrench from instructions sent up in an email.

7ft marine reptile fossil beach find

An amateur fossil hunter has unearthed a 7ft skeleton of a carnivorous marine reptile on a beach in south Wales.

Scotsman

‘Go Green’ Google News Search

‘Sustainable Living’ Google News Search

Unilever Withdraws Lawsuit against Hampton Creek

See more on the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan at http://www.unileverusa.com/sustainable-living/. Unilever employs approximately 10,000...

Sustainable housing development reaches new milestone

The concept of sustainable living, through solar generated energy, is still very much in its infancy in New Zealand and a topic of real...

Living Sustainably in a Dumpster

He has transformed a dumpster into a home and plans to live in it for a full year, so that he can learn as much as he can about...