Heavier rainfall from storms is “100 percent for certain” linked to climate change and brings an increased risk of flooding to the UK, experts have warned.
Heavier rainfall in UK is ‘100 percent for certain’ linked to climate crisis, experts warn
Humanity’s ongoing destruction of nature threatens the survival of our species, a group of former foreign ministers has warned, calling on leaders to step back from “the precipice” of irreversible ecological ruin and protect the planet.
World leaders urged to 'step back from precipice' of ecological ruin
When Mujo Hrustanovic was transferred in 1997 to the Jezevac refugee camp in Bosnia, he thought he would stay for just a few months. That was what the government had told him. But more than two decades on, he is still there.
'They've abandoned us': Srebrenica survivors still living in camps
Beavers living wild on an English river have reduced the risk of flooding for local people and boosted wildlife, a five-year trial has found.
Wild beavers reduce flood risk and boost wildlife, study finds
New shipping pollution regulations introduced earlier this year could harm humans by contaminating fish and crustaceans with toxins, according to an internal report compiled by the International Maritime Organization and obtained by the Guardian.
Shipping pollution regulations 'could harm food chain'
European corporate disclosures on climate change and other sustainability issues are generally poor, a study on Monday showed, as regional policymakers mull toughening up the rules.
Sustainability disclosures by European companies generally poor: Study
Burundi’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission has found more than 6,000 bodies in six mass graves in Karusi Province, the largest finding since the government launched a nationwide excavation in January.
Over 6,000 bodies found in Burundi's mass graves
Christopher Blair produces false stories he insists are easily identifiable as satire rather than news. His pages can rack up millions of views, and at least part of that audience believes the material is true.
Master of false news gives right-wing Americans headlines they believe
More restrictions will be placed on climbers hoping to scale Mont Blanc in France amid mounting concerns over environmental impacts and the effects of climate change.
French officials move to further limit access to Mont Blanc

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