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Birds "sensed" arrival of severe storms and flew 1,500km to safety

Birds sensed the arrival of a severe storm that would spawn 84 confirmed tornadoes and kill at least 35 people last spring, according to new research.

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United States must grasp opportunity to build sustainable energy system
(Thu 18/12)
The United States is in a strong position to deliver a reliable, affordable and environmentally sustainable energy system, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said today as it released a review of US energy policy. To ... Read more

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Global CO2 emissions hit all-time record high, but growth is slowing
(Wed 17/12)
Global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel use and cement production reach a new all-time high last year, according to new analysis.... Read more

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The five major health threats from fracking-related air pollution
(Tue 16/12)
A growing body of evidence shows that people both near and far from oil and gas drilling are exposed to fracking-related air pollution that can cause at least five major types of health impacts, according to a new compre... Read more

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Pesticide levels in food pass latest round of European health checks
(Thu 11/12)
More than 97% of all samples analysed as part of the latest Europe-wide monitoring programme of pesticides in foods contain residue levels that fall within legal limits - with over 54% of samples free from any detectable... Read more



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Birds "sensed" arrival of severe storms and flew 1,500km to safety
(Thu 18/12)
Birds sensed the arrival of a severe storm that would spawn 84 confirmed tornadoes and kill at least 35 people last spring, according to new research.

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United States must grasp opportunity to build sustainable energy system
(Thu 18/12)
The United States is in a strong position to deliver a reliable, affordable and environmentally sustainable energy system, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said today as it released a review of US energy policy. To

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Global CO2 emissions hit all-time record high, but growth is slowing
(Wed 17/12)
Global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel use and cement production reach a new all-time high last year, according to new analysis.

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The five major health threats from fracking-related air pollution
(Tue 16/12)
A growing body of evidence shows that people both near and far from oil and gas drilling are exposed to fracking-related air pollution that can cause at least five major types of health impacts, according to a new compre

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Pesticide levels in food pass latest round of European health checks
(Thu 11/12)
More than 97% of all samples analysed as part of the latest Europe-wide monitoring programme of pesticides in foods contain residue levels that fall within legal limits - with over 54% of samples free from any detectable

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China's cities to play key role in tackling global climate change
(Thu 11/12)
China’s cities now account for more than half of the country’s energy use and are home to nearly half of the country’s population; that makes cities’ long-term sustainability critical to China’s climate change

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'Boiler on Prescription' pilot scheme yields huge health benefits
(Wed 10/12)
The first set of results for the ground-breaking ‘Boiler on Prescription’ pilot scheme, where energy saving measures have been installed to the homes of NHS patients, have shown a 28% reduction in the number of GP ap

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Denmark tops world index on climate change action, Saudi Arabia remains last
(Tue 09/12)
Denmark remains the world leader in successfully tackling carbon emissions, according to the latest edition of the Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI).

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RSPB's top three ways to help your garden birds this winter
(Mon 08/12)
The temperature is expected to plummet over the next few weeks with ice and snow spreading across the country, and birds that have benefitted from a mild autumn will begin to struggle as the weather changes.

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Solar power can thrive without subsidies as early as 2020, study finds
(Thu 04/12)
Solar power can flourish without the need for subsidies in Britain as early as 2020, according to a report which analysed the experience of Germany to project the outlook for solar costs in Britain and impacts on utiliti

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Poll finds health concerns have triggered a decline in meat eating
(Wed 03/12)
A third of consumers say they would consider eating less meat, with one in five saying they have already cut back on the amount of meat they eat over the last year, according to a new poll.

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Public in the dark on how meat and dairy diet fuels climate change
(Wed 03/12)
Far-reaching shifts in the global consumption of animal products are crucial to achieving climate change objectives, yet new research into public understanding of the link between eating meat and dairy and climate change

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Highways' report reveals a future of solar roadways and self-healing concrete
(Tue 02/12)
Future highways will be made from self-healing, glow-in-the-dark materials and will be governed by sophisticated technologies that communicate with cars, road infrastructure and GPS systems, according to the Future of Hi

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Major new plan outlines a new approach to unlocking global climate action
(Tue 02/12)
A global consortium of the world’s leading experts on international climate policy and action today released a comprehensive proposal outlining the key ingredients to reach a global climate agreement in Paris next year

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Poll reveals two-thirds of local residents want halt on fracking
(Thu 27/11)
The overwhelming majority of people in Lancashire want a moratorium on fracking until more research is available on the impacts of the controversial industry, with many shale sceptics poised to reflect their opposition a