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Evidence of doctored paperwork found at Areva-owned forge, which has made parts for Hinkley Point

Inspectors find safety irregularities at Creusot nuclear forge in France

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yesterday at 13:48. Facebook
US scientists are set to send aerosol injections 20km up into the earth’s stratosphere in the world’s biggest solar geoengineering programme to date.

US scientists launch world's biggest solar geoengineering study

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yesterday at 12:47. Facebook
“They’re such wonderful creatures ... Wouldn’t you like to fly? Wouldn’t you like to swim underwater for three days? Not to mention stinging. I have a neighbor I would like to sting.”

Couple donates bug collection worth $10m, a goldmine for researchers

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yesterday at 08:49. Facebook
The world’s most widely used insecticides would be banned from all fields across Europe this year.

Europe poised for total ban on bee-harming pesticides

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03/23/2017 at 13:10. Facebook
Roll clouds and wave-like asperitas are among the additions to the new digital International Cloud Atlas, that dates back to the 19th century.

Stunning 'new' cloud formations captured in updated atlas – in pictures

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03/23/2017 at 09:39. Facebook
“I have been looking at Arctic weather patterns for 35 years and have never seen anything close to what we’ve experienced these past two winters.”

Arctic ice falls to record winter low after polar 'heatwaves'

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03/22/2017 at 16:07. Facebook
"Unlike traditional rental services, which require bikes to be returned to a fixed docking station, riders are free to leave the bikes wherever their journey ends."

Uber for bikes: how 'dockless' cycles flooded China – and are heading overseas

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03/22/2017 at 12:10. Facebook
“GM is one of those things that divides people but surely if we are going to be better at producing food of the right value, then we have to accept that genetic technology is going to be part of that."

Princess Anne backs GM crops and livestock – unlike Prince Charles

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03/22/2017 at 12:03. Facebook
Enormous volume of untreated sewage was discharged into the Thames and its tributaries with serious impacts on residents, farmers and wildlife, killing birds and fish.

Thames Water hit with record £20m fine for huge sewage leaks

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03/22/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
Green groups’ report says move to cleaner energy in China and India is discouraging the building of coal-fired units

Coal in 'freefall' as new power plants dive by two-thirds

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03/21/2017 at 17:58. Facebook
'You make cycling safe by creating a road system that insulates cyclists from fast-moving and unpredictable road traffic...'

The big bike helmet debate: 'You don’t make it safe by forcing cyclists to dress for urban warfare'

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03/21/2017 at 13:26. Facebook
'Middle-aged Scottish men with homes in deprived but verdant areas were found to have a death rate 16% lower than their more urban counterparts...'

Access to nature reduces depression and obesity, finds European study

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03/21/2017 at 12:22. Facebook
“There are already 1.5bn litres of untreated sewage entering the river each day, and 500m litres of industrial waste ... All of this will become illegal with immediate effect, but ... how this decision pans out in terms of practical reality is very unclear.”

Ganges and Yamuna rivers granted same legal rights as human beings

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03/21/2017 at 11:30. Facebook
“Even without a strong El Niño in 2017, we are seeing other remarkable changes across the planet that are challenging the limits of our understanding... We are now in truly uncharted territory.”

Record-breaking climate change pushes world into ‘uncharted territory’

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03/20/2017 at 17:06. Facebook
'Opposition to Hinkley started with knowledgeable energy specialists and environmentalists. It grew to involve a wide array of businesses and media commentators. Now it includes neighbouring countries and a UN body...'

UN asks UK to suspend work on Hinkley Point

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03/20/2017 at 16:11. Facebook
Government statistics show 38 out of 43 UK “air quality zones” breach legal limits for air pollution and last year the high court ruled ministers must cut illegal levels of NO2 in dozens of towns and cities because current policies to improve air quality were unlawful.

Four select committees launch joint inquiry into UK air pollution crisis

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03/20/2017 at 12:18. Facebook
'Wenling is full of brand-new but cheaply constructed skyscrapers, casting shadows on rough-looking peasants, their root vegetables stuffed in shoulder bags as they trudge along newly paved highways...'

My village didn't even have a traffic light. Now it has 1.4 million people

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03/18/2017 at 19:53. Facebook
Hit hard by falling oil prices and job losses, the Scottish ‘energy capital of Europe’ is facing a complex decision at a time of uncertainty

Aberdeen wrestles with hard choices as independence looms again

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03/18/2017 at 09:12. Facebook
The UK’s biggest ever oil spill in 1967 taught invaluable lessons about the response to disasters, toughened up shipping safety and stirred green activism

Torrey Canyon disaster – the UK's worst-ever oil spill 50 years on

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