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Wildlife revival: Conservation wins for tigers and gorillas

As mountain gorillas number more than 1,000 and India's tiger populations rebound, recovery efforts reap their rewards.

Wildlife revival: Conservation wins for tigers and gorillas

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Is nuclear power a problem or a solution?

Amid the global climate crisis, environmentalists are divided over the costs and benefits of nuclear energy.

Is nuclear power a problem or a solution?

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Comets, oceans and bubble wrap: Rebuilding after the pandemic

As rare comet blazes across the sky, can calls to save the environment and 'build back better' reach celestial heights?

Comets, oceans and bubble wrap: Rebuilding after the pandemic

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Pulling the plug on pipelines: Environmental wins against big oil

Activists enjoy two major victories against the fossil fuel industry. Plus, caterpillar hats and marauding macaques.

Pulling the plug on pipelines: Environmental wins against big oil

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Face masks, gloves and a new breed of plastic pollution

The growing number of single-use masks and gloves found in our environment add to an unprecedented pollution problem.

Face masks, gloves and a new breed of plastic pollution

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Primates, pangolin scales, leopard bones: The perils of poaching

The illegal wildlife trade continues amid the pandemic, but a disharmonious relationship with nature will take its toll.

Primates, pangolin scales, leopard bones: The perils of poaching

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As oil slumps, Norway explores new fields in the Arctic

Oil giant BP cuts billions of dollars from the value of its assets as Norway continues to export its carbon emissions.

As oil slumps, Norway explores new fields in the Arctic

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Will we be able to flatten the climate curve?

As the world invests in post-COVID recovery, we need to make plans to manage the still dire effects of climate change.

Will we be able to flatten the climate curve?

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From jellyfish to elephants, biodiversity keeps the world turning

But with a million species at risk of extinction the interlocked web of life is under threat.

From jellyfish to elephants, biodiversity keeps the world turning

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Taking the tide of opportunity to save our oceans

Finding environmental lessons in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.

Taking the tide of opportunity to save our oceans

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Fishing communities suffer as industrial fleets plunder the seas

Vessels take advantage of a lack of oversight as small-scale fishers from the Philippines to Peru pay the price.

Fishing communities suffer as industrial fleets plunder the seas

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How big a threat does coronavirus pose to wildlife in Africa?

From reduced funding to criminal syndicates, the threat to some iconic species could be unprecedented.

How big a threat does coronavirus pose to wildlife in Africa?

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A coronavirus crimewave: How illegal loggers are profiteering

Illegal loggers are accelerating deforestation, further increasing the risk from zoonotic diseases like COVID-19.

A coronavirus crimewave: How illegal loggers are profiteering