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Fracking decision due as Lancashire mulls major expansion in north-west

Anti-fracking campaigners accuse UK chancellor George Osborne of wanting to ‘transform Lancashire into Texas’Lancashire...

Queensland election: Climate science denied and ignored

Climate change science has been a non-starter in the Queensland election, despite the state being on the front line of impacts Continue...

Social climber with a crusty bark

Wenlock Edge: Plumed seedheads of traveller’s joy hold light in the lane with a glow of their own Continue reading...

Sea turtles fall victim to 'alarming' flood of plastics entering Australian waters

Sydney’s Taronga Zoo is treating unprecedented numbers of marine animals that have swallowed plastic debris and scientists say the...

Yes, we can live well and avoid climate disaster, says UK government

We can fly, drive and prosper while avoiding dangerous global warming – but only if billions remain in poverty and huge changes are...

Telegraph

Hate wind farms? Eat chicken not beef

Hate wind farms? Eat chicken not beef Reducing global appetite for beef in favour of chicken would do more to prevent global warming than building wind farms and nuclear...

H is for Hawk: Helen Macdonald's intense relationship with her goshawk Mabel

H is for Hawk: Helen Macdonald's intense relationship with her goshawk Mabel Read an extract from the Costa Book of the Year, H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald

H Is for Hawk: Helen Macdonald's intense relationship with her goshawk Mabel

H Is for Hawk: Helen Macdonald's intense relationship with her goshawk Mabel Read an extract from the prize-winning H Is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald

Earthquake strikes Winchester

Earthquake strikes Winchester The tremor shook buildings and rattled windows but there are no reports of injuries

Ben Fogle treads the same waters as pirates

Ben Fogle treads the same waters as pirates Journeying through the Bahamas, Ben Fogle reflects on when the region was a pirate haven

Pictures of the day: 28 January 2015

Juno storm aftermath, Beating Retreat in India and Costa stamp on Skrtel

Pictures of the day: 27 January 2015

Brown bear cubs in Russia, Snowmaggedon and two men in an icebath

Which creature makes Sir David Attenborough's jaw drop? It's not what you'd expect

Which creature makes Sir David Attenborough's jaw drop? It's not what you'd expect Octopus, ravens and weedy seadragons all fascinate Sir David Attenborough but none of them makes his 'jaw sag' like one creature does

Please release me: Animals stuck in strange places, in pictures

A donkey in a drain, an unlucky cow and other animals caught in tight spots

Pictures of the day: 26 January 2015

A koala takes a selfie, Miss Universe crowned and a champion sumo wrestler

Independent

Intervention in civil wars ‘far more likely in oil-rich nations’

Conspiracy theorists have long insisted that modern wars revolve around oil. Now research suggests hydrocarbons play an even bigger role...

Backbench rebellion threat sees fracking regulations toughened

The Government was tonight forced to toughen fracking regulations in the face of a backbench rebellion that would have halted the...

Brazil drought: It's a really dry January in the South American country, with rainfall is at its lowest level since 1930

As water reserves in Brazil’s most populous city, São Paulo, ran perilously low last year, there were jokes about needing a...

Australia bans waste dumping near Great Barrier Reef after Unesco threat to put it on danger list

The Australian government has moved to ban the dumping of dredge spoil in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in an attempt to prevent the...

Growing mussels: Precious freshwater shellfish are thriving in a unique green project

The freshwater pearl mussels of the Lake District have a perilous start to life. Every summer each of the half a million adult mussels on...

BBC

First step towards saving rhino

Experts are pinning their hopes on in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) to save the northern white rhino from extinction.

Kepler finds ancient solar system

An ancient solar system similar to our own is discovered by scientists at the University of Birmingham studying data from the Kepler...

Planet hosts giant ring system

Astronomers say they have discovered a gigantic ring system around a distant planet - the first such structure discovered outside our...

Best ever view of asteroid Ceres

The best image ever acquired of Ceres, the largest asteroid in the Solar System, is now in the hands of science.

England's environment 'in decline'

England's natural environment is in decline and its deterioration is harming the economy, an independent advisory group warns.

Scotsman

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