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Washed, spun, and dried by a $40 washing machine

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Pumas kill more and eat faster when humans are around

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Millennium Development Goals: A rich man's solution to a poor man's problem

Is it strange that people who have never seen, felt or known poverty are the ones designing the solutions? At this year's Skoll World...

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Power to the People! Storing renewable energies on home superbatteries.

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Zombie worms of the Cretaceous

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Hedgehogs emerging: spring is here

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‘Expensive’ offshore wind is already cheaper than gas-fired and nuclear

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Provocative photos to catalyse environmental action

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Renewable energy on the rise

The latest figures on renewable energy trends from the UN Environment Programme (Unep) reveal a striking turnaround after a period in...…

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Send in your photos of the Easter Bunny! (Crowd-sourced population mapping of rabbits and hares)

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Hot is the New Normal

February 1985 - That's the last time we had a month with below average temperatures. That's barely within my lifetime.

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

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Endangered butterfly back in large numbers after warm spring

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Dining on dinosaur

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