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‘Unprecedented’ bird flu epidemic sees almost 50m birds culled across Europe
Poultry farmers from Arctic to Portugal reported 2,500 outbreaks in past year, with migrating birds taking avian flu to North America

Tom Levitt

03, Oct, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Not too late to insulate homes this winter, says Lord Deben
Climate Change Committee chair says measures needed to cut energy bills will also help reach net zero

Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent

03, Oct, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Discovered in the deep: the sea cucumber that lives a jellyfish life
The Pelagothuria natatrix is an extremely rare species of sea cucumber – with a gelatinous body, it spends most of its time swimming

Helen Scales

03, Oct, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Country diary: The first beech leaves land without a sound
Comins Coch, Ceredigion: With the dew soaking my feet too, autumn is taking hold now, wherever you look

John Gilbey

03, Oct, 2022 @4:30 AM

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‘I’m tired of the lies’: the young activists leading the way on climate action
The Guardian is committed to giving a platform to young activists as the climate crisis becomes a very real, present-day phenomenon

Adam Morton, Guardian Australia's climate and environment editor

02, Oct, 2022 @9:00 PM

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Tracking Australia’s progress on the climate crisis and the consequences of global heating
What is Australia’s contribution to the climate emergency, and how successfully is it acting to address it?

Nick Evershed, Josh Nicholas and Adam Morton

02, Oct, 2022 @7:30 PM

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Co-founder of collapsed energy firm Bulb hopes to expand battery business
Loss-making venture led by Amit Gudka eyes continent as countries move towards using renewable power

Alex Lawson Energy correspondent

02, Oct, 2022 @5:04 PM

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Dispelling the myths about hydrogen and heating | Letter
Letter: Jan Rosenow on his research that found the gas to be unsuitable for heating homes


02, Oct, 2022 @4:21 PM

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Tory MPs dismiss critical RSPB campaign as ‘marketing strategy’
Wildlife charities accused of trying to ‘upset people’ by urging members to condemn environment policies

Helena Horton

02, Oct, 2022 @12:02 PM

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The end of a way of life? Ranchers struggle to survive the south-west’s megadrought
Farmers are being forced to sell off parts of herds and seeing cows perish as drought conditions worsen. Some worry is this is the end of the road for ranching in the region

Cecilia Nowell

02, Oct, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Cordon bleugh? Worms and crickets could soon be tickling French palates
Burgundy insect farm ramps up production to offer a meat-free future

Kim Willsher in Dole, Burgundy

02, Oct, 2022 @9:00 AM

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With ever hotter UK summers it’s time to rethink the future of grass
This summer saw vast tracts of parks and lawns scorched by drought in the UK, but more watering is not a sustainable solution. Patrick Barkham asks what the future holds for grass

Patrick Barkham

02, Oct, 2022 @6:00 AM

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