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A government of death is plundering our ancient Munduruku lands. Help us stop it

As the UN forum on indigenous issues meets in New York, we, the Munduruku people of Brazil, demand an end to the destruction of our territoryWe, the Munduruku people, send our thoughts and words to you who live far away. We echo the cry for help from o…

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High court orders UK government to explain clean air plan delay

Critics say air pollution issue is public health and not political issue and ministers must defend delay in high courtThe government has been ordered back to the high court to explain its last-minute bid to delay publication of the UK’s clean air pla…

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From Congo child soldier to award-winning wildlife ranger – a life in danger

Forced into the militia as a child in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rodrigue Katembo has now been awarded a Goldman prize for risking his life fighting to protect his country’s wildlifeAs an enforced child soldier, Rodrigue Katembo saw his little…

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March against madness – denial has pushed scientists out into the streets | Dana Nuccitelli

America’s leaders are playing Russian roulette with our futureThis past weekend, hundreds of thousands of people in the US and around the world marched in support of science. Next weekend, the People’s Climate March will follow.Redglass Pictures an…

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Two wildlife rangers killed by poachers in DRC

Joël Meriko Ari and Gerome Bolimola Afokao discovered a group of men with a freshly slaughtered elephant carcass. The rangers leave behind 11 childrenElephant poachers have killed two wildlife rangers in a shootout in Garamba National Park in the Demo…

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Driverless pods plot new course to overtake humans

Autonomous cars used at Heathrow and being trialled in south-east London now beg the question – should humans be banned from driving?In a little over two years, a fleet of driverless cars will make its way from Oxford to London, completing the entire j…

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10 emperor penguin facts for World Penguin Day – in pictures

Emperor penguins are perfectly adapted to survive harsh Antarctic conditions but their habitat is threatened due to climate change. To celebrate World Penguin Day, the WWF has chosen its top 10 emperor penguin facts Continue reading…

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Tory windfarm policy endangers cheap energy in UK, commission finds

Shell-sponsored group says wind is ‘increasingly the cheapest form of electricity’ and urges Tories to review ban on subsidised onshore windfarmsConservative opposition to windfarms risks the UK missing out on one of the cheapest sources of electri…

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Ruffled feathers at the windswept tarn

Tindale Tarn, Cumbria A flock of sand martins skim the choppy water and tufted duck bob on the dark grey waterBuffeted sideways by the gale, we descend to Tindale Tarn, a small lake in the RSPB reserve of Geltsdale. Skylarks spring up from rough pastur…

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Plastic-eating worms could help wage war on waste

Wax moth larvae are usually bred as fish bait, but a chance discovery has revealed their taste for plastic – which could be used to beat polluting plasticFor caterpillars that are bred as premium fish bait, it must rank as a better life. Rather than …

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