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Net-zero neighbourhood granted planning permission in Wales

Net-zero neighbourhood granted planning permission in Wales

Parc Hadau in south Wales, which will be one of the ‘world’s first’ net-zero neighbourhoods, has been granted planning permission from Neath Port Talbot Council. It will be the first scheme in the country to meet the UK Green Building Council’s definition of net-zero carbon, by tracking real-time ‘in-use’ carbon emissions …

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BP lobbied Trump to weaken environmental checks

BP lobbied Trump to weaken environmental checks

  US will water down environmental laws so oil and gas projects bypass climate checks. Documents seen by Unearthed reveal BP lobbied for weaker scrutiny for oil and gas projects. Last year BP lobbied Trump to roll back US regulations on methane. Greenpeace calls out BP’s ‘despicable’ lobbying and urges …

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So much love ️ Hope this nightmare will end soon ???? . #theonlyplanetwehave #globa…

So much love ️ Hope this nightmare will end soon ????
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So much love ❤️ Hope this nightmare will end soon ???????????????? . #theonlyplanetwehave #globalwarming #climatechange #climatestrike #climateemergency #climatecrisis #climateaction #climatechangeisreal #climatebreakdown #fire #koalas #climatejustice #green #gogreen #plastic #noplastic #banplastic #plasticbag #plasticbottle #banplasticbottles #plasticfree #recycle #reuse #australiaonfire #wildlife #prayforaustralia #prayforaustralia???????? #raininaustralia #rain #kangoo Source Y Not Freakin’ Recyclable Home

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2 Years Ago, Kenya Set The World’s Strictest Plastic Bag Ban. Did It Work?

2 Years Ago, Kenya Set The World's Strictest Plastic Bag Ban. Did It Work?

KIKUYU, Kenya ― Early in the morning, Alice Wangui prepares to open her vegetable stall in the outdoor Kinoo Market, some 13 miles northwest of central Kenya. She unpacks ginger, red bell peppers, zucchini, onions and tomatoes, hanging them under a colorful umbrella that shields them from the rising sun. …

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On Australia’s Kangaroo Island, a fight to stay alive

On Australia’s Kangaroo Island, a fight to stay alive

KANGAROO ISLAND, Australia – The bend in the eucalyptus branch seemed like a custom-home design feature given how perfectly it fit his tiny form. There in the crook of the tree was a koala, mildly burned and all alone. His patch of wood, shared once by hundreds of other koalas, …

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Trump administration approves permit to allow building of Keystone oil pipeline

Trump administration approves permit to allow building of Keystone oil pipeline

The Trump administration has approved a right-of-way to allow for the building the Keystone pipeline on US land in Montana, moving the controversial $8bn project closer to fruition just months after a damaging oil spill on another segment of the network. The approval — which would allow for access on federal …

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The Robot Racing to Study Antarctica’s Massive Ice Melt: A drone that could be used on other planets is monitoring the melting of an Antarctic glacier to predict sea level rise

The Robot Racing to Study Antarctica’s Massive Ice Melt: A drone that could be used on other planets is monitoring the melting of an Antarctic glacier to predict sea level rise

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Ban trophy hunting

Ban trophy hunting

Environment Minister Zac Goldsmith said he wants to “unpick” the arguments of those in favour of trophy hunting during the consultation into outlawing imports. Speaking at an event in Westminster alongside explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and the Prime Minister’s father Stanley Johnson, Lord Goldsmith said the killing of wild animals …

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Burkina Faso Study Shows Link Between Land Degradation and Migration

farmer in burkina faso

Burkina Faso Study Shows Link Between Land Degradation and Migration by Elisabeth Ilboudo-Nébié |January 22, 2020 Bam, a province Burkina Faso, was once a migration source due to land degradation. This is changing thanks to soil and water conservation projects. Photo: Flickr/Ollivier Girard/CIFOR In the Sahel of West Africa — …

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