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All the birds are quiet except the doves

All the birds are quiet except the doves Sandy, Bedfordshire: The stillness was an audible reminder that birdsong has specific functions Continue reading...

Wilderness Society: Wild Rivers Act replacement is 'weak regulation'

Wilderness Society: Wild Rivers Act replacement is 'weak regulation' The Queensland government says the new scheme gets the right balance between community control and development Continue reading...

We need to call out Abbott's climate nihilism

We need to call out Abbott's climate nihilism It's hard to pin down exactly what prime minister Tony Abbott really believes on climate change, but his policies could only have been...

Pennsylvania puts $1.4m towards extinguishing years-old mine fire

Pennsylvania puts $1.4m towards extinguishing years-old mine fire Fire deemed threat to air travel in state where abundance of abandoned mines make underground long-burning fires common Continue reading...

The week in wildlife - in pictures

The week in wildlife - in pictures Hummingbirds, leopards, pangolins and sharks are among the pick of this weeks images from the natural world Continue reading...

Telegraph

Ben Fogle launches new 'Call of the Wild' campaign

Ben Fogle launches new 'Call of the Wild' campaign Adventurer Ben Fogle believes it's time we set our cosseted, cotton-wool kids free. We beard him at his first School of Wild to talk...

'Shell-shocked' farmer sells a sheep for £152,000

'Shell-shocked' farmer sells a sheep for £152,000 A shepherd from Perthshire expected to sell his best ram for £40,000. When it fetched £152,000, he was astounded.

Two rare snow leopard cubs play at New York's Bronx Zoo

Two rare snow leopard cubs are introduced to the public at New York's Bronx Zoo

Injured koala hit by a car given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

A wildlife worker performs CPR on an injured koala after it was hit by a car and plummeted from a tree where it had taken shelter

Injured Koala hit by a car given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

A wildlife worker performs CPR on an injured koala after it was hit by a car and plummeted from a tree where it had taken shelter

Pictures of the day: 22 August 2014

A man kisses his pet carp, a homemade helicopter and a jumping frog

London Zoo measures and weighs its animals for their yearly check-up

London Zoo has its annual animal weigh-in

A heavy day at London Zoo

London Zoo has its annual animal weigh-in

Pictures of the day: 21 August 2014

A pig is paddled to safety, an inflatable duck and a cable car rescue

Barn owls 'threatened' by new legislation

Barn owls 'threatened' by new legislation Barn owls, red kites and corncrakes could be killed as invasive species under the Infrastructure Bill, claim experts from the Zoological...

Independent

Earth houses 462 more species of bird than previously thought

There are 462 more species of bird in the world than previously thought after the most comprehensive avian analysis ever undertaken...

2014 is warmest year since records began - and third wettest

The UK has had the warmest weather since records began this year and the third highest amount of rain, according to figures from the Met...

Global warming hiatus could be down to changing Atlantic currents

The world would be an even warmer place had it not been for a change in the water currents of the North and South Atlantic which have...

Non-native wildlife ‘at risk under new legislation’

Animals including the red kite, the goshawk, the barn owl and the wild boar could be completely wiped out of the UK if a new bill to...

The butterfly effect: climate change ‘forced species to adapt’

A British butterfly species has made climate-change history by becoming the first known animal of any kind to lose the ability to do...

BBC

MH370 search faces tough next phase

The next part of the hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet MH370 will be very challenging in places, sea-floor mapping data suggests.

Galileo satellites on wrong orbit

The European Space Agency says the latest two satellites for Europe's version of the US GPS sat-nav system have not gone into the correct...

Urban areas are hives for wild bees

A study finds a "considerable richness" of bee species in urban habitats, suggesting cities could help maintain healthy populations of...

Warming 'pause' may last until 2025

The hiatus in the rise in global temperatures is being caused by the Atlantic Ocean and could last another 10 years, say researchers.

Stench of decay turns coral away

Baby coral and fish can smell the difference between good and bad reefs, say marine ecologists.

Scotsman

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MKS concludes Go Green Mission

Imphal, August 22 2014 : The last phase of Go Green Mission 2014 organised by Maram Students' Union (MKS) was successfully concluded...

MKS's Go Green Mission concludes

Imphal, August 22 2014 : The last phase of Maram Students' Union (MKS)'s month long GO GREEN Mission 2014 concluded successfully...

Go Green: Is wind power viable?

In this column, staff at the Center for EcoTechnology offer advice on easy ways for people -- and businesses -- to introduce green...

Courthouse and jail go green with solar

Courthouse and jail go green with solar. Share · Tweet. E-mail. Comments · Print. By Ann Thompson · View Slideshow....

Packaging company helps Harvey Nichols go green

Cotswold Journal: TAKE ME HOME: Hollie Christian-Brookes with one of Biopac&# TAKE ME HOME: Hollie Christian-Brookes with one of...

‘Sustainable Living’ Google News Search

China gives genetically modified corn and rice the boot

Director Jeremy Seifert's "GMO OMG" documents his family's struggle to live and eat without consuming genetically...