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Roses out, olives in: The new English garden in a time of climate crisis

Oxford Botanic Garden is 400 years old, but the climate emergency is forcing a review of what seeds it sows for the future.

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Should rivers have the same rights as people?

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Environmental groups across the St. Louis region stress unity in push for cleaner air

An event held on the banks of the Mississippi River was a symbolic step for communities in both Missouri and Illinois that routinely face similar air quality issues.
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Emma Brockes: This year, the weather isn’t letting us carry on as normal

From New York to Germany and China, the uncanny reality of the climate crisis is impinging on more and more lives.

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The cost of cooling: How air conditioning is heating up the world

As temperatures rise, a new book delves into the environmental toll of America's favorite way to cool off.

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The insect apocalypse: ‘Our world will grind to a halt without them’

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‘Reckless’: G20 states subsidised fossil fuels by $3tn since 2015, says report

Support for coal, oil and gas remains high despite pledges to tackle climate crisis
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Deadly coral disease sweeping Caribbean linked to wastewater from ships

Researchers find ‘significant relationship’ between stony coral tissue loss disease and nearby shipping
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Why chemical pollution is turning into a third great planetary crisis

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Eric Dean Wilson on air-conditioning and climate change

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Biden’s Bureau of Land Management pick advanced by Senate committee

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Maine will make companies pay for recycling. Here's how it works

The law aims to take the cost burden of recycling away from taxpayers. One environmental advocate said the change could be “transformative.”
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Deadly coral disease sweeping Caribbean linked to wastewater from ships

A virulent and fast-moving coral disease that has swept through the Caribbean could be linked to waste or ballast water from ships, according to research.

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Airlines need to do more than plant trees to hit net zero, MPs told

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