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The week in wildlife - in pictures

White fallow deer on a cold frosty morning at Parkanaur forest in Dungannon, Northern Ireland

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The effect of hunting goes beyond the extinction of fauna

The Asian black bear (Ursus thibetanus), also known as the moon bear, is a key seed dispersal species for Miliusa horsfieldii and other...…

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Meet the new face of giant salamander conservation

This giant salamander, named Professor Wu, has arrived at London zoo. It is hoped that his unusual appearance will spread the plight of...

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Energy Storage excitement in Texas

A Texas company has recently announced a huge energy storage project, planning almost 5,000MW of power around the state. If successful,...

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Meat and society

What can you say about a society whose food production must be hidden from public view? In which the factory farms and slaughterhouses...…

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Decapitating deforestation - shocking print ads

Often environmental campaigners use shock tactics to alert people to the destruction of Earth’s ecosystems.

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Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Endangered, Threatened, and Declining.

Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Endangered, Threatened, and Declining. Reindeer populations are on the decline, and if their numbers continue...

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What makes different years warmer or colder?

This year looks set to be the warmest on record, and continues a continuous trend of increasing temperatures over the last 50 or 60...

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Are we heading towards a mass extinction event?

Some scary figures here which show the number of described species which are currently threatened. Even scarier is that we do not have...

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EU Clean investment plan

The EU is unveiling a new plan for investing in renewable energy, to the tune of 21 billion euros. The thought is that it is hoped to...

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Australian floods lower global sea level

A new study in Nature has found the floods in Australia during 2010-2011 lowered global sea levels. That is a lot of rain. In Australia, m

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Talkin’ ‘bout my generation, the final generation before submersion

The human face of climate change can often be masked and lost in statistics, maps, and modelling. In stark contrast is this photo...

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Colder winters with global warming

This winter in the UK has been relatively mild so far. Ok so the last few days have been icy and fieldwork on the coast was bitter over...

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Meat- the worst enemy in the battle against climate change?

Curbing the world’s huge and increasing appetite for meat is essential to avoid devastating climate change, according to a new report....…

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Cleantech Comeback

Cleantech - after spending the past few years as the tech industry's least favorite investment, cleantech is making a comeback. Here's...

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

Scientists have discovered that humpback whales in the Arabian Sea are the most genetically distinct humpback whales in the world and may...…

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Colder winters with global warming

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Street art raises awareness of the state of UK wildlife

A London based street artist has come up with a great idea to raise awareness of dwindling UK wildlife. Louis Masai has painted a...

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Denmark going 100% Green

Denmark has put in place a goal of no fossil fuels by 2050 - quite ambitious, considering this also applies to the transportation...

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Graphene for Fuel Cells

So apparently single protons (hydrogen minus the electron) can pass through graphene, previously thought to be impermeable. So far...

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