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'Mumbai is on the verge of imploding'

Residents of this overburdened and polluted megacity are held hostage by a politician-builder nexus that allows rampant...

Vietnam seizes over 1,000 dead endangered sea turtles

Record haul of over 1,000 endangered sea turtles, all dead, were bound for illegal export to China Continue reading...

Wildlife crime study finds 33,000 items worth £7m for sale online

Biggest ever survey in 16 countries finds adverts for live tigers, orangutans and chimps – plus a ‘toilet-trained’...

Yellow rattle dance

Claxton, Norfolk: By weakening the grass further, this wonderful plant creates space for native flowers with good nectar sources for...

Big four banks under pressure to rule out funding Queensland coal projects

Environmental groups accuse government of leaning on banks to back mines despite being signatories to Equator Principles Continue reading...

Telegraph

Environmental good deeds give people a 'warm glow'

Environmental good deeds give people a 'warm glow' People actually feel warmer when they think about helping the planet, researchers find

CCTV: People run from buildings as earthquake hits China

CCTV camera captures people running from buildings into the street as a 6.3 magnitude earthquake strikes in China's Sichuan Province on...

Humpback whales lunge feeding in Monterery Bay

Whales watchers are treated to the incredible site of a pod humpback whales going on a feeding frenzy all around their boat

Watch: Elephants chew and stamp on GoPro camera with amazing results

Two elephants shun selfies by chewing and stamping on a GoPro camera in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Timelapse: incredible satellite footage shows Earth in ultra HD

This timelapse video shows the daily rotation of planet Earth in 4K resolution using images taken from a Russian weather satellite

Environmental good deeds give people a 'warm glow'

Environmental good deeds give people a 'warm glow' People actually feel warmer when they think about helping the planet, researchers find

Pictures of the day: 24 November 2014

A turtle chomps on a squid, caber tossing and chocolate terracotta warriors

Rescue mission of circus lions made into film

Rescue mission of circus lions made into film Two Britons tell Laura Silverman how they risked death to rescue 25 captive lions from circuses in South America

Pictures of the day: 21 November 2014

A lucky toad, a massive sink hole and a diving kingfisher

Watch: Police called in over fears of stranded whales in Essex

Authorities help escort a pod of 40 pilot whales away from the coast of Essex over concerns they might become stranded on beaches or...

Independent

Antarctic sea ice could be thicker than thought, robot submarine finds

The floating sea ice surrounding the South Pole may be thicker than previous estimates have suggested, according to a study based on a...

Video: Watch the amazing moment a baby gentoo penguin emerges from its shell

Incredible footage has emerged of the moment a baby gentoo penguin broke free of its shell in an animal park in north-west China.

UK weather: Britain left 'exposed' to more floods and heatwaves

The UK is dangerously "exposed" to increasingly extreme weather brought about by climate change, a leading adviser to the Government has...

Britain left 'exposed' to more floods and heatwaves

The UK is dangerously "exposed" to increasingly extreme weather brought about by climate change, a leading adviser to the Government has...

Has the mystery of the 'Log Ness Monster' been solved?

A recent spate of Nessie sightings has flummoxed experts and locals alike.

BBC

Polar sub gauges sea ice thickness

A novel autonomous sub acquires the first detailed, high-resolution 3D maps of Antarctic sea ice.

Urban farming helps feed the world

Urban agriculture plays a much more extensive role in global food security than previously estimated, a study using satellite data suggests.

Peru probes 500 sea lion deaths

Peru's environmental police launch an investigation into the deaths of some 500 sea lions found on a northern beach.

Embrace the arts, engineers told

Engineering needs to emphasise its creative side to encourage more young people to take it up as a career, says a leading member of the...

Fish and chips 'harming' eider ducks

Eider ducks on Northumberland's coastal areas are being harmed by people feeding them fish and chips and bread, a wildlife expert warns.

Scotsman

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