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Britain’s forests, soil and rivers are worth at least £1.6tn and should be quantified in the same way as the country’s man-made infrastructure, the environment secretary,  has said. […]

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The debate about fracking seems to be going the way of the energy companies. Cuadrilla is seeking consent for 6 new test sites in the north of England. […]

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After a year of drought, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires, it may seem obvious that politicians (those people who are supposed to look after us! – maybe a […]

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Earthrise from AlJazeera

On July 29, 2012 By

earthrise explores solutions to today’s environmental challenges, taking an upbeat look at ecological, scientific, technological and design projects the world over. Our reporters meet inspiring individuals and communities leading […]

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The number of red deer in the highlands has more than doubled from 150000 to 350000 in the last 50 years.  But this is not all good news. […]

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A lake which should cover an area the size of London has almost dried up.  The lake has shrunk from 3500 km2 to 200km2. Blame is put upon a drought […]

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Mexico City Rubbish Crisis

On January 25, 2012 By

The closure of Mexico City’s largest landfill site has caused an emergency – rubbish trucks spend hours queing to transfer their rubbish, instead of collecting new waste. This […]

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A farmer in Japan has written a book which has been bought by 10.000 Japanese farmers extolling the virtues of using dozens of ducks to to feed on […]

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