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Aerial shots of the Earth for your iPhone wallpaper

Check these aerial shots of Earth readymade for use as iPhone wallpapers. Stunning.

Every pattern on this page is, in fact, a satellite image of our own planet Earth. Which is breathtaking, but strangely unsurprising.

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Nature returns quality of life to people living with demetia

Creative Spaces, project based in Cornwall, is using nature based activities to help people with dementia regain a sense of self.

As a

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Better land use key to solar success

I've often wondered why so many solar farms I see in Britain make no use of the land beneath the panels. We suffer similar land pressures...

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Let hedgehogs go Wild in your Garden

This week is Wild about Gardens Week. Although we are nearing the end of the gardening season (had the last of me 'tators up at the...

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A cool response?

Due to changes in living patterns and an increase in household incomes across the world, it is estimated that more electricity could be...

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Mexico’s devastating drought reveals a haunting relic of the past

Climate change can reveal the unexpected. Predicting and modeling the impacts of global warming are often analyses of deep uncertainty....

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Renewing the renewables

Following the news on Friday 16 October that a fourth firm specialising in the installation of solar panels has withdrawn from the market...

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Caffeinated flowers trick bees into coming back for more (and bringing their friends)

It turns out that caffeine doesn't just affect humans. Several studies, including one recently published in Current Biology, found that...

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3 terrifying climate change numbers for everyone

Three terrifying numbers we all need to know to understand what’s really at stake if we continue to burn fossils fuels.These three...

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Has the light at the end of the tunnel been switched off?

With three solar panel installation companies having gone into liquidation in the last month, institutional and private investors are...

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Burrowing Owls are immune to bubonic plague

“Burrowing owls perform all sorts of functions useful to humans, none more so than demonstrating to infertile minds that goblins really...

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Eerie blue men visible in the rising tides of climate change

In preparation for the Paris Climate Conference beginning late next month, an Argentinian artist has created a poetic land-art installation

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Pitcher plant eats ants by harnessing the power of raindrops

Many "active" carnivorous plants require vast stores of energy to trap insects, while "passive" species tend to wait until insects get...

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17 Steps to Changing the World: #SDGSeries Part 3

Welcome back to my #SDGSeries - exploring the top three Sustainable Development Goals which, in my opinion, have the maximum ability to...

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Potential Solar Farm for Tangmere - West Sussex

West Sussex County Council has unveiled its plans for a new solar farm in West Sussex. This could be an innovative boost for the local...

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Sun sets on US ambition in UK solar market

SunEdison blames changes to UK regulation of solar for its undignified retreat. But it only bought the Mark Group three months ago which...

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Could common worms solve our global plastic crisis?

New research from Stanford University and Beihang University would suggest that mealworms can dine regularly on styrofoam and plastic...

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Crocs like it hot

The biodiversity of land-dwelling crocodiles and their closest relatives has been shown to correspond to global climate. This is...

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The end of thoughtless, plastic bag waste across the UK

Today’s headlines in the Daily Mail and the Mirror are predicting “chaos” with the new plastic bag charge. Even the less...

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Fish teamwork: one watches while the other forages

Do fish have enough brainpower to work together? Yes*. Researchers in Queensland found that in pairs of rabbitfish, individuals take...

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