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The lawn-mowing sheep that work at a solar farm
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What is ocean rewilding and how will it fight climate change?
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Chernobyl: Why the nuclear disaster was an environmental success
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Scotland could become the world’s first ‘rewilding nation’
Environmental groups in Scotland are encouraging politicians to make big commitments to recover nature.
This 4000-year-old beetle is returning to the UK due to climate change
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Why do conservationists want to bring big cats back in Scotland?
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Golf isn’t just old white men damaging the planet: A rebuttal
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