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"It’s time we, as a society, admit that golf was a bad idea and move on," argues Abbie Richards.
Crisis, culls and curfews: Rome's rubbish triggers wild boar problem
Uncollected rubbish is said to be fuelling the problem.
Climate activists bring London traffic to a standstill
Extinction Rebellion activists have blocked off bridges across London, as part of growing climate action in the UK.
How to set up your own satellite station to monitor climate change
Satellite images aren’t for scientists alone - here’s how to take your own
Western embassies reject Serbian PM’s protest allegations
The embassies of Germany, the UK, and the US issued a joint statement rejecting PM Ana Brnabić's claims that the environmental protests against Rio Tinto's now-cancelled lithium mine in western Serbia had "Western backers".
Serbian government scraps planned lithium mine after protests
Serbian PM Ana Brnabić said on Thursday that the government has cancelled all prior licences for Rio Tinto's planned mine in the west of the country.
Couple wins over €100k claiming symptoms of 'wind turbine syndrome'
From nausea to heart irregularities, the Belgian couple purport to both have experienced the same symptoms for a number of years.
Climate activists walk 820km in 26 days to reach COP26
Meet the activists who walked from London to Glasgow to raise awareness, engagement and action on the climate crisis.
Polish activists protest as logging resumes in Bialowieza forest
Polish authorities say the logging operations are legal and necessary to protect against wood-boring insects.
In pictures: Shelters forced to evacuate animals after Hurricane Ida
Animals have been flown across the US in search of their forever homes.
Faroese officials to 'look closely' at dolphin hunts after slaughter
The Faroese prime minister has said the role of dolphin hunting will be examined after gruesome footage posted on Sunday showed nearly 1,500 dead sea mammals lying on a beach.
Climate change causing 'catastrophic harm to health,' experts warn
Editors of the world's leading medical journals joined together to release a climate change warning ahead of crucial UN and international summits.
Bottled water is 3,500 times worse for the environment than tap water
It may not be shocking that bottled water is bad for the environment, but scientists have crunched the numbers to work out exactly how much worse it is.
Meet the heroic pilots who gave up flying to fight climate change
The stories of three ex-pilots who stopped flying when they realised the environmental impact it had on the planet.
Venice Architecture Biennale explores how will we live in the future
The pavilions on display aim to show how architecture can shape the way we live and face up to challenges including climate change, rising inequalities and access to healthcare.
What does Eurovision have to do with saving the environment?
A new partnership between WWF and Eurovision is using TikTok to encourage people to campaign for the environment.
Is cannabis farming destroying the planet?
“Industrial farming for cannabis is bad for the environment. The land can’t take it anymore.”
The top 10 fashion brands with the dirtiest websites revealed
Fashion websites in the UK were rated on their carbon footprints. How much does each homepage generate in CO2?
UK consumers will soon have a 'right to repair' on goods they buy
Fixing and updating electronics is cheaper and more energy efficient than buying new ones.
Forests must be protected for 'people, planet and prosperity,' says UN
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has called on people and governments to increase their efforts to protect forests and support forest communities, in order to achieve global sustainability goals.
A ‘digital twin’ of Earth will help scientists to predict the future
The complex computer model will take into account weather and climate systems as well as our impact on the planet.
Killed for campaigning: Meet the women fighting the coal giants
Women are being killed for their environmentalism, suggesting a link between patriarchal violence and activism.
How is Facebook tackling climate misinformation?
The social media giant is introducing a completely new feature.
Disposable face masks are being shredded and turned into roads
Around 6.8 billion face masks are thrown away each day during the pandemic. Is this the solution to repurposing them?
UK has no 'roadmap' towards electric car usage by 2030
In ten years, no new petrol or diesel cars will be on sale in Britain. But is this target achievable?
‘Gas is over’: EU bank chief calls for end to fossil fuel investment
But critics have said that the European Investment Bank needs to get its house in order first.