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#savethewhales #goodbyedippy

The news from the Natural History Museum this week was that the famous Dippy the entrance hall Diplodocus skeleton was to be retired....

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Smog journeys

This is a beautiful short film capturing people going about their everyday lives surrounded by thick smog in China.

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Climate Change Deniers

Being back in the US, I've once again been astounded at the number of people (many of them in important political leadership positions)...

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

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An Ezo Risu (or Hokkaido) squirrel jumps in the Katakuri flower garden in Urausu, Hokkaido Island, Japan.

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India is the most Green(dex)

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In fact, developing countries such as India, China, and Brazil, though often portrayed as contributing more than their fair share of...…

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Power-generating shoes

Oh those Germans, what will they think of next? They've now engineered a shoe that generates electricity from the motion of walking,...

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Did your margarine and shampoo cause Ebola?

The rise of industrial-scale palm oil farming in West Africa, that provides the oils in your sauces and lotions, could be the catalysts...

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Why haven't all the flowers gone?

January. The Christmas lights are down, fireworks from New Year's celebrations are a fading memory and the weather is grey. It is...

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The Western European hedgehog in Iran

This article gives another example of the countries outside of the European hedgehog’s native range where it has thrived. Furthermore,...

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Future-proof coffee genome

Coffee is the world's most valuable tropical export crop, and some 26 million farmers depend on coffee cultivation to feed their...

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Timber! World's oldest tree chopped down

On the Peruvian-Brazilian border, humanity has lost, what experts claim is, the world’s oldest tree. The concentric rings of the felled...

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Battery Breakthrough?

Let's take a break from the top ten lists to discuss this potential battery breakthrough. Seems like I read about a "game-changer" in...

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Multipurpose algae

The alliance is exploring whether the algae is effective in removing harmful materials, such as arsenic and cadmium, from the mine water....…

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Eaten Alive

In the final cut, I was shocked to find that all of that footage of burnt down rainforests and insidiously destructive gold mining that I...…

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Engineering Machu Picchu

The prospect of levelling a mountain ridge and constructing a luxury hotel would still be considered challenging today, but that is...

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