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NY Times - Global Warming and Climate Change

  • 12.06.22

    Can We Save Nature?

    There is a global conference starting tomorrow with the goal of safeguarding our planet’s biodiversity.
  • 12.06.22

    Renewables Will Overtake Coal by Early 2025, Energy Agency Says

    In a new report, the international group said that solar, wind and other renewable sources will expand much more swiftly than forecast last year.
  • 12.06.22

    Review: ‘Of Ice and Men,’ by Fred Hogge

    Fred Hogge’s “Of Ice and Men” is a surprisingly loose history of frozen water.

The Guardian - Keep it in the Ground

  • 12.06.22

    Robin road rage: study shows traffic noise makes birds more aggressive

    UK-Turkish team think noise can interfere with their normal song when trying to warn off nearby rivals

    It isn’t just people who get road rage. Robins in the countryside become more aggressive when they hear the sound of traffic, according to a new study.

    Beloved for their plump appearance, proud bearing and sweet song, European robins are actually fiercely competitive creatures, whose calls and behaviours are part of a struggle for territorial dominance fought daily with their neighbours.

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  • 12.06.22

    Farmers should not expect help with rising food prices, says Thérèse Coffey

    The environment secretary tells MPs it is ‘not the role of government to provide free food’ or to intervene in markets

    The government has ruled out making any intervention in the market to help farmers or consumers with high food prices, the environment secretary, Thérèse Coffey, has said.

    Food prices have soared in the past year, in part owing to higher input prices such as energy, fertiliser and animal feed. Last month, food price inflation hit a fresh high of 12.4%, with poorer households hit hardest.

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  • 12.06.22

    Sunak set to end ban on new onshore windfarms in face of Tory rebellion

    Deal reached that paves way for communities in England to authorise projects without unanimous support

    Rishi Sunak has signalled the end of a moratorium on new onshore wind projects in an attempt to head off a row with Tory MPs, his second U-turn in two days.

    The prime minister and the business secretary, Grant Shapps, reached a deal on Tuesday afternoon that will pave the way for communities to be able to authorise such energy developments without unanimous support.

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