A quarter of a million families bringing up babies and infants in England are living in privately rented accommodation that fails to meet the decent homes standard, it has emerged.
Study reveals rise in children raised in squalid rental homes in England
A young man was charged with the murder of five people including three toddlers, Australian police said on Monday, after a mass killing at a suburban home.
Man charged with Australia family murders
Whales migrating across the Atlantic Ocean, turtles in the Caribbean and unique cloud forests in St Helena are all under threat as EU conservation projects are set to grind to a halt after Brexit.
Turtles, whales and birds under threat across UK overseas territories
When industrialized nations pledged in 2009 to mobilize $100 billion a year by 2020 to help the poorest countries deal with climate change, it won over some skeptics in the developing world who had argued that rich nations should pay up for contributing so much to the problem.
Rich nations should pay up for climate change
For the first time, a picture of a Leopard was recorded at the heights of National Park of Bakhtegan in Neyriz in Fars Province with the help of imaging technology, Director General of the provincial environmental protection department Saeed Mahmoudi said.
Persian leopard image recorded for first time in Bakhtegan Park
The number one issue for British shoppers in the next decade will be to reduce packaging and use more recyclable materials, according to new research.
Plastic waste set to beat price as UK shoppers' top concern
Australian police found up to five dead people including a woman and children on Sunday in a suburb of the western city of Perth, a senior officer said.
Police: Five people found dead in Australian city of Perth
Lebanon’s garbage problem has reached a critical state. The country’s coasts are disappearing under piles of waste.
Could incinerators be the answer to Lebanon's critical waste problem?
It's finally in the water. For five years now, The Ocean Cleanup, an organization founded by 24-year-old Dutch innovator Boyan Slat, has been trying to create a system that can clean plastic out of the world's oceans.
Massive plastic-cleaning device headed out to Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Under partly sunny skies and relatively balmy temperatures in the low 50s, the Venta Maersk sailed through the Bering Strait this past week and steered hard to port, beginning a modern-day voyage of discovery that could hearken a transformation for global shipping and the Arctic environment.
Climate change tames Arctic for shippers

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