Month: October 2020

Scrap gas pipeline in eastern Med due to climate cost, says report

Scrap gas pipeline in eastern Med due to climate cost, says report

Gas discovery at centre of Turkey-Greece dispute will ‘make world even less safe’ The giant gas reserves at the heart..

Protecting nature is vital to escape ‘era of pandemics’ – report

Protecting nature is vital to escape ‘era of pandemics’ – report

Halting destruction of wild places could slow frequency of deadly outbreaks, say scientists Coronavirus – latest updates See all our..

Seasonal scenes: autumn at National Trust gardens

Seasonal scenes: autumn at National Trust gardens

Guardian photographer David Levene visits National Trust houses at Chartwell and Emmetts Gardens to capture the spectacular colours of autumn..

2020 likely to be one of warmest years on record despite La Niña

2020 likely to be one of warmest years on record despite La Niña

Climate crisis exacerbates extreme weather during natural events, say experts La Niña climate event is under way, heralding a colder..

Plans to dredge notorious ‘ship swallower’ sandbank condemned

Plans to dredge notorious ‘ship swallower’ sandbank condemned

Removal of millions of tonnes of material from Goodwin Sands, the watery grave of hundreds of ships in the English..

Tory MPs are right: the north needs a renaissance – but it’s got to be green | Owen Jones

Tory MPs are right: the north needs a renaissance – but it’s got to be green | Owen Jones

Places hollowed out by deindustrialisation could be at the forefront of an environmental revolution Here are two news stories which..

Neoprene and afterdrop: how to keep swimming outside this winter

Neoprene and afterdrop: how to keep swimming outside this winter

With a reported 323% rise in people swimming outdoors, here is the expert guide to ensuring you take the plunge..

Country diary: the magic of magpie inkcaps

Country diary: the magic of magpie inkcaps

Wenlock Edge, Shropshire: These mushrooms are outrageously exhibitionist, and bring to mind an old song “One for sorrow, two for..

Global heating threatens UK wildlife’s ability to adapt and survive

Global heating threatens UK wildlife’s ability to adapt and survive

Restoring and connecting habitat across Britain could save a fifth of species by 2030, says report by Rewilding Britain Global..

Queensland election’s ‘parallel with Warringah’: why independent Claire Richardson could topple LNP incumbent

Queensland election’s ‘parallel with Warringah’: why independent Claire Richardson could topple LNP incumbent

A controversial $1.3bn project brings together angry voters from across the political spectrum in Mark Robinson’s electorate of Oodgeroo This..