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‘More gutsiness, more passion’: The climate community on what Joe Biden needs to do to win their support

'More gutsiness, more passion': The climate community on what Joe Biden needs to do to win their support

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign got off to an inauspicious start but with decisive wins in recent primaries, he appears set to seize the Democratic nomination. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is still in the fight but the path to the nomination is increasingly narrow. Download the new Independent Premium app Sharing …

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Restore nature and wild places

Restore nature and wild places

Wild places and nature must be restored, not just conserved, the new head of the Wildlife Trusts has said as he takes up the role. Craig Bennett is taking over as the new chief executive of the Wildlife Trusts, a movement of 46 charities across the UK, amid “desperate times” …

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Facing COVID-19, Citizens Spread Masks, Food and Hope

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Letter from Bhopal: Facing COVID-19, Citizens Spread Masks, Food and Hope On March 24, facing the perilous COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India abruptly imposed what amounted to a 21-day lockdown of a nation of 1.3 billion. Some 250 million of those people live on less than $2 …

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The Court of Justice of the EU continues to exclude EU citizens from EU external relations

The Court of Justice of the EU continues to exclude EU citizens from EU external relations

Case C-612/18 – ClientEarth v Commission In an ‘unfortunate’ ruling, the Court of justice of the EU (CJEU) has decided to continue excluding members of the public from the debate on investment courts, despite the threat this arbitration system represents for the rule of law and the environment. In 2016, …

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Scientists say ocean life could rebound in 30 years — if we act now

Scientists say ocean life could rebound in 30 years — if we act now

News on climate in the time of coronavirus Subscribe today This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The glory of the world’s oceans could be restored within a generation, according to a major new scientific review. It reports …

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EWG News Roundup (4/3): PFAS Taints Military Bases, Trump Rolls Back Car Emissions Standards and More

EWG News Roundup (4/3): PFAS Taints Military Bases, Trump Rolls Back Car Emissions Standards and More

In the News On Thursday, EWG released an updated map that shows toxic fluorinated chemicals known as PFAS are now confirmed or suspected at 678 military installations. Leaders in the House announced this week that the next COVID-19 stimulus bill will make drinking water pollution cleanup a priority. Lawmakers have proposed …

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Dzisiaj 3 kwietnia. Powinienem być na ulicach Rzeszowa z setkami innych osób str…

Dzisiaj 3 kwietnia. Powinienem być na ulicach Rzeszowa z setkami innych osób str...

Dzisiaj 3 kwietnia. Powinienem być na ulicach Rzeszowa z setkami innych osób strajkujących dla klimatu. Jednak pandemia koronawirusa sprawiła, że musieliśmy zmienić nasze plany. Strajkujemy więc online. . . . Pamiętajcie, aby myć ręce, ale nie pozwalajcie politykom umywać rąk od odpowiedzialności za klimat! . ????????Today is the 3rd of …

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Reclaimed wood home resembles barns in Sonoma Valley

Reclaimed wood home resembles barns in Sonoma Valley

California firm Faulkner Architects has unveiled a beautiful, modern farmhouse that pays homage to the rural vernacular in California’s beautiful Sonoma Valley. Clad in salvaged redwood and weathered steel, the Big Barn House features a stunning design that incorporates several passive features to boost its energy efficiency. Earlier this year, …

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Coronavirus could trigger biggest fall in carbon emissions since World War Two

Coronavirus could trigger biggest fall in carbon emissions since World War Two

According to the chair of a network of scientists providing benchmark emissions data carbon dioxide emissions could fall by the largest amount since World War Two this year as the coronavirus outbreak brings economies to a virtual standstill. Professor Rob Jackson, who chairs the Global Carbon Project, which produces widely-watched …

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