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What is the environmental cost of a hot tub?

What is the environmental cost of a hot tub? The idea of lounging around outside in bubbling warm water may be appealling, but the eco footprint is appallingIf you have an ethical...

Glimpses of extinction: the pictures that capture the stories

Glimpses of extinction: the pictures that capture the stories This years Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will again document the planets rarest animals and focus on the twists of fate...

Death of white rhino in Kenya leaves only six animals alive in the world

Death of white rhino in Kenya leaves only six animals alive in the world Fears grow for future of northern white rhino species after loss of 34-year-old Suni, one of last two breeding males in the world...

The eerie sense of being watched

The eerie sense of being watched Strathnairn, Highlands I saw the roe deer, just staring at me, motionless apart from the mouth that was still chewing away Continue...

Fossil fuel divestment: climate change activists take aim at Australia's banks

Fossil fuel divestment: climate change activists take aim at Australia's banks A national day of divestment will see more than 1,000 bank customers switch their accounts away from the big four banks Continue reading...

Telegraph

How birds learned to fly: high-speed footage of chicks falling

Study shows birds can right themselves in mid-air from as young as a day after hatching, which may give scientists a clue to how first...

Ben Fogle's country travels: a trip to North America

Ben Fogle's country travels: a trip to North America I visited St John's in Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada, places of astonishing rugged beauty

Oil find expected in Britain's Dallas

Oil find expected in Britain's Dallas Investors in the Horse Hill oilfield in Sussex will this week come closer to learning whether the site could hold billions of pounds of...

Fracking: the explosive truth

Fracking: the explosive truth The Infrastructure Bill will further inflame protestors and spread concern, says Geoffrey Lean

I've seen farming's future, and there's not a flatcap in sight

I've seen farming's future, and there's not a flatcap in sight A new breed of young men and women are redefining what it means to be a farmer in Britain today. It's out with tweed caps and straw, in...

Hurricane Gonzalo smashes into Bermuda

Hurricane Gonzalo smashes into Bermuda Hurricane Gonzalo strikes Bermuda as a strong category two storm, travelling at up to 110mph

Britain braced for deluge from Hurricane Gonzalo

Britain braced for deluge from Hurricane Gonzalo A powerful hurricane set to strike Britain next week has gained strength and been upgraded to one of the top rankings

Pictures of the day: 17 October 2014

Today: surfing in Sydney, parachuting in Serbia and a cow beauty contest

Pictures of the day: 17 October 2014

Today: surfing in Sydney, parachuting in Serbia and a cow beauty contest

Pictures of the day: 16 October 2014

Amy Childs crash, Emma Stone in Cabaret and autumn colours

Independent

Eric Pickles accused of 'rejecting wind farms to win votes'

Eric Pickles has turned down applications to build 19 onshore wind farms in the past year, prompting allegations from senior Liberal...

Cannibal harlequin ladybirds now threaten native species with STDs

Cannibal harlequin ladybirds are posing a new threat to Britain’s native species after scientists warned the variety was spreading...

Heavy rain and winds from Hurricane Gonzalo aftermath to hit Britain next week

Heavy rain and winds are set to lash the British Isles early next week as the aftermath from Hurricane Gonzalo crosses the Atlantic.

Fungus-foraging gangs stripping New Forest of wild mushrooms

Soaring demand for wild mushrooms in high-end restaurants is attracting commercial gangs of foragers, who are stripping the New Forest of...

Entire communities of frogs and toads being wiped out by ulcer-causing virus

A series of deadly new viruses are wiping out amphibians in Spain, a scientific study has found.

BBC

Orbiters on alert as comet skims Mars

Scientists should get a grandstand view of a comet on Sunday when it makes a dramatic flyby of Mars.

Solar farms 'blight on landscape'

Environment Secretary Liz Truss says large-scale solar farms are "ugly" as she confirms plans to cut a taxpayer subsidy for the schemes.

UK city planning advice for China

UK planning experts are to advise Chinese mayors on the benefits of building environmentally friendly cities.

Mysterious US space plane returns

An unmanned US military plane on a secretive two-year mission in space has returned to Earth in California.

New disease 'killing amphibians'

A deadly new disease has emerged in Spain that is wiping out amphibians, scientists report.

Scotsman

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Fair offers workshops, demonstrations on sustainability

The event was organized by Peaceworks' Center for Sustainable Living and sponsored by the City of Columbia Office of Sustainability.