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BBC Science & Environment

31 Jan. 2023
A blueprint is set out to restore nature in England after criticism over pollution and wildlife decline.
31 Jan. 2023
Projects aimed at lowering carbon emissions are boosting growth in poorer parts of the country.
31 Jan. 2023
An increase in beached whales across the US coastline has baffled researchers and environmentalists.
31 Jan. 2023
Logging and road building will be once again banned in much of Alaska's Tongass Forest.
26 Jan. 2023
Take up of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme is lagging behind schedule
26 Jan. 2023
They say it is "perfectly understandable" that people are upset that wild camping was restricted.
27 Jan. 2023
About the size of a bus, the space rock whipped over the southern tip of South America.

Extinction Rebellion

25 Jan. 2023
Hidden in my kitchen cupboard is a vast pile of shopping bags. They are my secret shame; the result of depending on a deeply problematic material that has invaded every aspect of my life: [...]
13 Jan. 2023
In this issue: COP15 | XR France vs Forever Chemicals | Stop EACOP | Dear rebel, 96% of all the mammals on Earth today are either human or our livestock. 4% are wild. Humanity is wiping out the [...]
13 Jan. 2023
Welcome to Newsletter XTRA, where everything we couldn’t fit into the main Global Newsletter has its moment to shine. This month we cover actions in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Norway, [...]
16 Dec. 2022
A Scientist Rebellion activist protests outside COP27 in Egypt. This Issue: COP27 Actions & Analysis | Ban Private Jets | XR South Korea | Dear rebel, COP27 was a disaster. Yes, world leaders [...]
16 Dec. 2022
Welcome to Newsletter XTRA, where everything we couldn’t fit into the main Global Newsletter has its moment to shine. This month we cover actions in Spain, Austria, France, Poland, India, Panama, [...]
13 Dec. 2022
Palm Jumeirah is a set of artificial islands located in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). More sand than you could even imagine was dredged from the sea floor to mould the islands into a palm [...]
6 Dec. 2022
Image courtesy of Dylan de Jonge on Unsplash The climate and ecological emergency (CEE) is a massive and daunting challenge. So in moments when positive news arrives, the healthy thing to do is [...]
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