Have you heard? The world's biggest wind turbines will help UK power 230,000 homes.
One rotation of each turbine produces enough electricity to power a home for 29 hours!
Have you heard The world's biggest wind turbines will help UK power 230000 homes

The world's biggest wind turbines will help UK power 230,000 homes

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Encouraging news! All flowering plants sold by B&Q are to be grown without using pesticides that are harmful to bees.
Encouraging news All flowering plants sold by BQ are to be grown

B&Q to stop selling plants grown with bee-harming pesticides

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"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."
Albert Einstein National
Isn't our world amazing?
"Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better"
Julie A Woodward
Today is #EndangeredSpeciesDay!
By taking small actions towards protection of the environment we can ensure that the world’s most endangered species are no longer at risk.
Today is EndangeredSpeciesDay By taking small actions towards protection of the
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Have you heard? Astronomers have tracked two huge lava waves rolling around a volcanic crater the size of Wales on one of Jupiter’s many moons.
Have you heard Astronomers have tracked two huge lava waves rolling around

Enormous lava waves spotted on Jupiter moon

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Grounded: 10 reasons why offsetting alone won’t tackle soaring aviation emissions. ✈

A 3rd runway at Heathrow will push plane emissions well above the UK’s limit.
Grounded: 10 reasons why offsetting alone won’t tackle soaring aviation emissions ✈

Tell the UK Government: No new runways without a credible climate plan...

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Encouraging news! The Co-op is attempting to reduce its landfill waste by creating a new recyclable packaging for pizzas, by replacing the polystyrene discs with cardboard ones.

They believe that the move will prevent 200 tonnes of polystyrene going to landfill, as well as creating 450 tonnes of cardboard for recycling each year.
Encouraging news The Coop is attempting to reduce its landfill waste by

Co-op to is cutting landfill waste by switching to cardboard

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Jemma McNulty
Laura Griffiths
Beautiful capture of European fan worms spotted in Malta.
Isn't our world amazing?
Beautiful capture of European fan worms spotted in Malta
Sue Norton-Bates
Scientists have started counting individual birds from space.
They are using the highest-resolution satellite images available to gauge the numbers of Northern Royal albatrosses.
Scientists have started counting individual birds from space

Albatrosses counted from space - BBC News

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Fantastic news! Germany has broken a new record for renewable energy, with low-carbon sources nearly obliterating coal and nuclear power.
Fantastic news Germany has broken a new record for renewable energy with

Germany smashes record as renewables provide 85% of country's total energy

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Julie Bevan
Jean Armstrong
You took part in Earth Hour to tell our leaders how important climate change is. Now we need to keep up the pressure. Take part in the Week of Action, 1-9 July, to talk directly to newly elected MPs about climate action.
You took part in Earth Hour to tell our leaders how important

Join the Week of Action, 1-9 July

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“We can never have enough of nature.” Henry David Thoreau
Would you agree? Our world is brilliant.
“We can never have enough of nature” Henry David Thoreau
Mandy Everill
Judith Bradbury
Have you heard? A group of aurora enthusiasts have found a new type of light in the night sky and named it Steve.
Have you heard A group of aurora enthusiasts have found a new

Aurora photographers find new night sky lights and call them Steve - BBC...

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Jayne Grewcock
Annette Alvis
Did you know that giant pandas spend about 14 hours a day feeding - mainly on bamboo, and they also sit or lie back to eat? #FridayFact
Did you know that giant pandas spend about 14 hours a day
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Don't miss out! Our world is amazing.
Make a note of all can't-miss sky events in May
Dont miss out Our world is amazing Make a note of all

Spring Meteor Shower and 6 More Sky Events in May

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Doubling wild tiger numbers isn’t just about helping to secure the future of a magnificent species. It’s also helping protect millions of hectares of forest – home to a huge variety of wildlife and crucial to our own wellbeing thanks to the services it provides: clean water, clean air, a stable climate.

So by protecting tigers, we’re protecting so much more #iProtectTigers
‘When we heal the Earth, we heal ourselves.’ David Orr.
Isn't our world amazing?
‘When we heal the Earth we heal ourselves’ David Orr
Mandy Everill
Colin Ward
The Arctic is warming faster than any other region on Earth.
It is likely that many people alive today will see the end of the Arctic as we know it.

Our actions now count more than ever. If we act decisively to tackle climate change, our children may live to see the Arctic restored.
The Arctic is warming faster than any other region on Earth

Changed Arctic, changed world - WWF UK Blog

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Maz Madden
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Discovery of plastic-eating worms offers chance to finally get rid of world's growing piles of litter.
Discovery of plasticeating worms offers chance to finally get rid of worlds

These plastic-eating worms could help save the world

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