The Guardian view on the climate and coronavirus: global warnings | Editorial

The Guardian view on the climate and coronavirus: global warnings | Editorial

So far, discussions of a coronavirus exit strategy have mainly focused on the steps that could bring an end to..

Carbon emissions from fossil fuels could fall by 2.5bn tonnes in 2020

Carbon emissions from fossil fuels could fall by 2.5bn tonnes in 2020

Global carbon emissions from the fossil fuel industry could fall by a record 2.5bn tonnes this year, a reduction of..

Surely the link between abusing animals and the world’s health is now clear | Nick Cohen

Surely the link between abusing animals and the world’s health is now clear | Nick Cohen

The boast that “when the facts change, I change my mind” is a proud one. “When the facts change, I..

Chris Packham vows to continue HS2 legal battle

Chris Packham vows to continue HS2 legal battle

The broadcaster Chris Packham has said he will continue his fight against the construction of HS2, which environmentalists say is..

Extraordinary portraits of ordinary bugs – in pictures

Extraordinary portraits of ordinary bugs – in pictures

The grape leaf skeletonizer moth lays eggs on the underside of grape leaves. The larvae eat all the veins of..

‘It’s positively alpine!’ Disbelief in big cities as air pollution falls

‘It’s positively alpine!’ Disbelief in big cities as air pollution falls

The screenshots began to circulate on Delhi WhatsApp groups last week, captioned with varying expressions of disbelief. Having checked the..

The week in wildlife – in pictures

The week in wildlife – in pictures

A roebuck stands on a mountaintop during the blue hour of the evening in Wiesenthau, Bavaria. Photograph: Nicolas Armer/DPA Green..

Scottish fishermen turn to food banks as Covid-19 devastates industry

Scottish fishermen turn to food banks as Covid-19 devastates industry

Scottish fishermen are turning to food banks and welfare organisations, as the coronavirus crisis has led to plummeting demand for..

High winds kill thousands of migrating birds in ‘disaster’ over Greece

High winds kill thousands of migrating birds in ‘disaster’ over Greece

Thousands of swallows and swifts migrating from Africa to Europe have been left dead by high winds battering Greece, bird..