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One-third of Beijing pollution comes from outside the city, figures show

One-third of Beijing pollution comes from outside the city, figures show Pollution watchdog says 28-36% of hazardous airborne particles came from surrounding provinces like Hebei Continue reading...

Canada becoming launch-pad of a global tar sands and oil shale frenzy

Canada becoming launch-pad of a global tar sands and oil shale frenzy A world-wide extreme energy boom, modelled after Canada's, is unleashing weapons of mass ecological destruction Continue reading...

Rising activist deaths are a symptom of our global environmental crisis

Rising activist deaths are a symptom of our global environmental crisis It has never been more important to protect the environment but it has never been more deadly Continue reading...

Pedal on Parliament: the stakes are high ahead of Scottish referendum

Pedal on Parliament: the stakes are high ahead of Scottish referendum Our annual mass bike ride is aiming to make Scotland a cycle-friendly country whatever the outcome Continue reading...

MPs warn of invasion by non-native plant and animal species

MPs warn of invasion by non-native plant and animal species Government is urged to introduce powers to tackle species such as Japanese knotweed and North American signal crayfish Continue reading...

Telegraph

Killer shrimp, anyone? The alien wildlife invading Britain

Killer shrimp, anyone? The alien wildlife invading Britain A guide to the alien wildlife species that have invaded Britain and, MPs say, pose a threat to our ecology, economy and health

Ben Fogle's country travels: a visit to Spitbank

Ben Fogle's country travels: a visit to Spitbank I have always been fascinated by the mighty fort of Spitbank near Portsmouth

Poaching, sheep-rustling and hare coursing are on the rise, MPs warn

Poaching, sheep-rustling and hare coursing are on the rise, MPs warn Rural areas are being "forgotten" by police leading to a rise in poaching, hare coursing and sheep-rustling, MP warns

Lost seal pup found roaming around Swedish town

Baby seal washes up in harbour of a popular Swedish resort

Alex James: spring is vastly underrated

Alex James: spring is vastly underrated Of all the seasons, spring has a special place in my heart - but its arrival means that the heat is on to get things done

Killer shrimp, anyone? The alien wildlife invading Britain

Killer shrimp, anyone? The alien wildlife invading Britain A guide to the alien wildlife species that have invaded Britain and, MPs say, pose a threat to our ecology, economy and health

Pictures of the day: 16 April 2014

Boston remembers, Easter festivities and lambs' Premiership predictions

RNLI reveals short-listed images in its My Coast photography competition

RNLI reveals short-listed images in its My Coast photography competition

Cherry Trees bloom quicker in space

Cherry Trees bloom quicker in space Cherry tree seeds sent to space bloom at incredible rate once returned to earth

Pictures of the day: 15 April 2014

Jumping Easter bunnies, swinging pandas and a lunar eclipse

Independent

Climate change: Davey calls for new deal on emissions as UN warns of a catastrophe

The Government has called for a new ambitious deal on global emissions in wake of a landmark United Nations report that demands bold...

Vulnerable substations serving millions still at risk from flooding

Power supplies in Britain face a “significant” threat from flooding because substations serving millions of people are not...

Springwatch presenter Chris Packham attacks Malta's bird slaughter which has seen 'at least' 24 protected species killed

Chris Packham, the nature programme presenter, has criticised television producers and bird charities for turning a blind eye to the mass...

Leaked climate change report: Scientific body warns of 'devastating rise of 4-5C if we carry on as we are'

Global greenhouse gas emissions over the past decade were the "highest in human history", according to the world's leading scientific...

Brainy Bike Lights invention represents a 'breakthrough in road safety' for cyclists

It is a phrase familiar to many cyclists who have come a cropper on our roads and retained the ability to hear the words: "Sorry mate, I...

BBC

EU to back alien species blacklist

The European Parliament is voting on a bill to draw up a blacklist to fight the spread of invasive alien species such as killer shrimp.

Beard trend 'guided by evolution'

The boom and bust of men's beard fashions may mirror Darwinian selection, scientists say.

Birds choose best building materials

Birds learn to choose the the best building materials for their nests, rather than building from instinct, say scientists.

Early air points to cold, dry Mars

Scientists have worked out the characteristics of the air on Mars 3.6 billion years ago.

Double whammy threatens Amazon trees

The combination of fire and extreme weather events could accelerate tree mortality in the Amazon, a study suggests.

Scotsman

‘Go Green’ Google News Search

Darien Kids Go Green With Drawing Program

Middlesex Middle School students Alyssa Farrell and Chloe Sheehan participate in the Draw On! Goes Green community art project sponsored...

Chhota Bheem and Mighty Raju Now at Mumbai Domestic Airport

They can now buy their favorite Chhota Bheem and Mighty Raju products while on the go. Green Gold Store offers original Chhota Bheem and...

Go green or go home

We do not need 50 easy ways to go green. We need a 50-percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels. We need a new goal.

Go green, taste tech power and study social sciences

Social sciences and humanities, environment studies, engineering and business management… TERI, Ambedkar and Indira Gandhi...

Soybeans help fairs go green

Soybeans help fairs go green. The Sanilac County 4-H Fair is benefiting from the soybean industry's Green Fair Project. Sanilac's...

‘Sustainable Living’ Google News Search

Green, Healthy & Smart: Welcome to the Home of the Future

With the growing focus on sustainable living, it is becoming more apparent that along with energy efficiency improvements, quality...

Crop of Dreams

The East Bay has long had a passion for sustainable food systems, but the opportunities to farm large pieces of land here are few and far...

Dieting for Drought

Agriculture researchers and water policy analysts weigh in on the pros and cons of altering your eating habits to conserve water during...

Can I Recycle That?

A guide to properly sorting your waste and avoiding the most frequent — and environmentally harmful — mistakes. By Sam Levin...

How To Grow Organic Pot

Spring has sprung, and if you're thinking about growing some medical cannabis this year, it's time to get cracking. Growing pot...