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05/22/2017 at 11:56. Facebook
The white stripe looks like a normal contrail of jet engine exhaust to me. But to Tammi, a 54-year-old organic farmer, it’s a “chemtrail”: a toxic cocktail of aluminum, strontium and barium sprayed from planes in a plot to control the weather, the population and our food supply.
The white stripe looks like a normal contrail of jet engine exhaust

My month with California’s conspiracy theorist farmers

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05/22/2017 at 11:29. Facebook
'Long before I broke the habit of using social media, laptops, phones and the internet, I realised that not only did I not need them, I was mentally and physically better off without them.'
Long before I broke the habit of using social media laptops phones

Environmentalism used to be about defending the wild – not any more | Mark Boyle

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05/22/2017 at 08:05. Facebook
How massive batteries are unlocking Britain's renewable power
How massive batteries are unlocking Britain's renewable power

Charging ahead: Welsh battery scheme may aid growth of green energy

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05/19/2017 at 15:44. Facebook
'Doomsday' seed vault was supposed to operate without the help of humans – but now people are watching the seed vault 24 hours a day.
Doomsday seed vault was supposed to operate without the help of humans

Arctic stronghold of world’s seeds flooded after permafrost melts

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05/19/2017 at 14:05. Facebook
UK cements its position as global leader in wind technology as increasing scale drives down costs
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Mersey feat: world's biggest wind turbines go online near Liverpool

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05/19/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
Tasmanian devils, a Saimaa ringed seal and a white wolf are among this week’s pick of incredible images from the natural world
Tasmanian devils a Saimaa ringed seal and a white wolf are among

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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05/19/2017 at 09:24. Facebook
Antarctica may conjure up an image of a pristine white landscape, but researchers say climate change is turning the continent green.
Antarctica may conjure up an image of a pristine white landscape but

Climate change is turning Antarctica green, say researchers

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Ian Sloan
Christian Pearce
Lorna Korma
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05/18/2017 at 11:39. Facebook
“It’s simply absurd that more than eight million people in the UK are living in food poverty, and yet vast quantities of perfectly good food goes to waste.”
Its simply absurd that more than eight million people in the UK

Less than 1% of surplus food from farms and manufacturers used to feed hungry

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Johnami Male
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05/18/2017 at 11:16. Facebook
People in the UK are 64 times as likely to die of air pollution as those in Sweden and twice as likely as those in the US, figures from the World Health Organisation reveal.
People in the UK are 64 times as likely to die of

Air pollution kills more people in the UK than in Sweden, US and Mexico

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Tristan Cooper
Corey Richnow
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05/16/2017 at 12:15. Facebook
The vaquita population has been all but eradicated by pirate fishermen catching the large totoaba fish and killing the rare porpoise in the process.
The vaquita population has been all but eradicated by pirate fishermen catching

Chinese appetite for totoaba fish bladder kills off rare porpoise

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Nic Waller
Bill Fernhill
Robert John Lury
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05/16/2017 at 12:13. Facebook
Soya production, mainly for animal feed, has devastated ecosystems in Latin America. Livestock production occupies the vast majority of agricultural land and is the main reason why 50% of the wildlife we share our planet with has disappeared...
Soya production mainly for animal feed has devastated ecosystems in Latin America

Why meat eaters should think much more about soil | John Sauven

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Martine Atherton
Lori Cameron
Torrential downpours in Louisiana led to catastrophic flooding in August 2016, submerging entire communities and displacing thousands of residents. Hear the inspirational story of how a natural disaster made a community stronger.
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05/15/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Trump's administration has taken a hatchet to environmental language across government websites. See how the president is deleting climate change, one site at a time: [ Gu.com Link ]
Trumps administration has taken a hatchet to environmental language across gover
Andyha Horsley
Angie Reid
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05/15/2017 at 14:10. Facebook
The main storms that barrel in off the Atlantic are expected to move their track northwards as the planet warms, a phenomenon linked to the rapid melting being seen in the Arctic.
The main storms that barrel in off the Atlantic are expected to

UK faces sharp rise in destructive wind storms due to global warming

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Ian Sloan
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Paul Magnus
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05/15/2017 at 11:26. Facebook
'Whoever wins the next election will face a serious challenge in upgrading the UK’s transport and communications network ... expanding Heathrow is not enough.'
Whoever wins the next election will face a serious challenge in upgrading

Business leaders want next government to build two more runways

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05/15/2017 at 10:02. Facebook
Through its £10m five-year Waste Less, Save More national initiative, Sainsbury's is offering practical tips and ideas to help customers reduce their food waste.
Through its 10m fiveyear Waste Less Save More national initiative Sainsburys is

Britons throw away 1.4m edible bananas each day, figures show

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05/15/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
The first grey plaque – with a skull and crossbones at its base – appeared on Brixton Road, which by 4 January this year had breached annual legal limits for NO2 pollution.
The first grey plaque with a skull and crossbones at its base

Grey plaque scheme highlights NO2 pollution in London

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05/15/2017 at 08:44. Facebook
Restricting charges, no matter how desirable, is a temporary measure. The lost opportunities for insulation and renewal would have been permanent
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We wouldn’t need price caps if the Tories hadn’t cut energy-saving schemes

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A Sumatran tiger, an alligator and a humpback whale in this week's wildlife gallery
A Sumatran tiger an alligator and a humpback whale in this week's wildlife gallery

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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Why do Narwhals have a tusk? New footage could provide the answer.
Why do Narwhals have a tusk New footage could provide the answer

Narwhals: new footage reveals possible purpose for mysterious tusk – video

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