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Great Barrier Reef dredging could damage fish populations, says study

Great Barrier Reef dredging could damage fish populations, says study Researchers at James Cook find that larvae development is significantly stunted by murky water and increased sediment Continue reading...

Fossil fuel divestment campaign targets UCL and BHP Billiton

Fossil fuel divestment campaign targets UCL and BHP Billiton University College London under fire for sustainability institute funded by mining giant BHP Billiton, which faces protests at its London...

Ed Davey attacks coalition partners over pledge to end wind subsidies

Ed Davey attacks coalition partners over pledge to end wind subsidies Energy secretary says the party that takes wind off the table is reckless in an attack quickly dismissed by Tory minister Continue...

British families waste less food since recession, government survey suggests

British families waste less food since recession, government survey suggests FSA polling shows people are less likely to throw food away and have changed shopping habits to find bargains and reduce waste because of...

Indias largest dam given clearance but still faces flood of opposition

Indias largest dam given clearance but still faces flood of opposition The 3,000MW Dibang dam, rejected twice as it would submerge vast tracts of biologically rich forests, is to get environmental clearance...

Telegraph

Free the factory-farmed one million

Free the factory-farmed one million A new campaign aims to make 'pig business' more humane, writes Geoffrey Lean

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

See the best entries from the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition

Alex James: I've gone on a lighting spree

Alex James: I've gone on a lighting spree With the right lighting, even a Cotswold barn can look glamorous. And, best of all, you don't even have to reach for a switch

Life and death choices a farmer has to make

Life and death choices a farmer has to make Comings and goings of migratory birds are a welcome distraction from writing - and the difficult and painful decisions that are part of...

Humpback whales photographed underwater and from a drone

British diver uses drone to capture incredible footage of humpback whales

Pictures of the day: 23 October 2014

Playful lion cubs, a bucking bronco and an ugly big bird

Pictures of the day: 22 October 2014

Backwards waterfall, a massive fry up and Kim Jong-un

Pictures of the day: 21 October 2014

Dirty dancing alligator, lion and tiger cubs and Prince Harry plays rugby

Hurricane Gonzalo lashes Britain with strong winds and rain, in pictures

The remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo arrive in Britain causing travel misery

Fantasy policies will not solve our energy crisis

Telegraph View: Our power stations are ageing fast and replacements are urgently needed. Yet for years, our politicians have failed to act

Independent

Small ocean fish are thriving while humans eat up all their predators

Little fish have never had it so good, according to research showing how mankind’s taste for big fish such as tuna and shark is...

'Pumpkin shortage' warning ahead of Halloween after crops left 'damaged by poor weather'

A warm summer followed by heavy rains in October has damaged this year's pumpkin crop in the UK, it has been reported.

Which animals are nearly extinct?

While routinely checking on the four northern white rhinos that roam the 90,000 acres at Kenya's Ol Pejeta Conservancy the rangers found...

Watch: Drones used to monitor killer whales for the first time

Killer whales are often regarded as one of the ocean’s most intelligent species and now for the first time marine biologists have...

Dredging can make flooding worse, say activists

Dredging is “pointless” and largely ineffective, according to a coalition of environmental groups who are calling on the...

BBC

Mystery of giant arm dinosaur solved

Two dinosaur skeletons have been unearthed in Mongolia, solving a mystery that has baffled palaeontologists for 50 years.

Chimps filmed in 'daring' food raids

Wild chimps carry out night-time crop raids, footage reveals, suggesting the animals are being pushed into risky foraging behaviour.

DNA yields secrets of human pioneer

DNA analysis of a 45,000-year-old human has helped scientists pinpoint when our ancestors interbred with Neanderthals.

Significant Bronze Age pottery find

A significant Bronze Age pottery find is made during an archaeological dig on the east side of Lewis, in Scotland.

Slumbering lions win top photo prize

A black and white image of lions resting on a rock outcrop in the Serengeti has won the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.

Scotsman

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