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Greta Thunberg's 'The Climate Book' urges world to keep climate justice out front Activist Greta Thunberg was just 15 when she called on the world to take action on the climate crisis. Just as impressively, she has now pulled together essays by 100 scholars on what's needed now.
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Turkey-Syria earthquake: Watching the search for family on Zoom Read full story for latest details.
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Earthquake in Bicknacre felt in parts of Essex Read full story for latest details.
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Cop City opposition spreads beyond Georgia forest defenders Law enforcement training center has drawn attention and concern from a broad range of local and national US voices who worry about its impactThe headlines surrounding the Cop City project in Atlanta have focused on the death of Manuel Paez Tern, a 26-year
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Kerala: The 'killer' Indian elephant who's loved and feared Read full story for latest details.
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Center Parcs pull out of Crawley development plans Read full story for latest details.
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Can China Reverse Its Population Decline? Just Ask Sweden. Wealthy countries have been trying to boost their birthrates for decades. The results have been pretty similar.
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Melksham Community Larder tries to tackle food waste Read full story for latest details.
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Parachute nightdress among recycled items on display at Devon fashion exhibition National Trust aims to inspire visitors to reapply forgotten skills to make their clothes more sustainableSome of the garments in the exhibition are made of elegant silk, others of rough-looking wool or scratchy nylon but what they all have in common is t
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Researchers Want To Launch Dust From the Moon To Help Cool Earth In a study published Wednesday in PLOS Climate, a group of astrophysicists proposes shooting lunar dust into space to help partially shield sunlight to Earth. The Washington Post reports: The team used computer simulations to model various scenarios where
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