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‘Charity-gagging law’ threat

Campaigners in action during a public demonstration
Charities and campaign groups could be fined – or convicted – for ‘normal campaign activities’.
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Prince Charles helps tackle plastic pollution

Prince Charles helps tackle plastic pollution
Prince of Wales's charity and Ellen MacArthur Foundation unite to keep plastics out of the ocean.
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Trump: stay in Paris

President Trump Signs Executive Orders In The Oval Office
Brands from Apple to Google urge President Trump to stay in the Paris Agreement.
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Roads and migration

Mongolian Gazelles on migration
New atlas compiled to stop roads and railways from blocking migration corridors.
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What are the real risks of extinction?

Malabar Grey Hornbill
Study suggests extinction risk for many species is ‘vastly underestimated’ due to exaggerated range maps.
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Ethical banking has landed

Ethical banking has landed
Triodos launches the most sustainable personal current account ever seen on the UK market.
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Most eligible bachelor joins Tinder

Most eligible bachelor joins Tinder
Last male northern white rhino joins dating app in last-chance bid to save the species.
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Top 10 environmental heroes

Caroline Lucas at an anti-fracking protest in Balcombe
Caroline Lucas, David Attenborough and Tony Juniper top list of environmental heroes.
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UK’s first Veggie Lotto

UK’s first Veggie Lotto
£25,000 jackpot up for grabs each week in first lottery to promote meat-free lifestyles.
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Nature ‘not up for negotiation’

Nature 'not up for negotiation'
Celebs and campaigners warn against ‘environmental race to the bottom’ during Brexit negotiations.
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Kids want green education

Kids want green education
87% of UK children say ‘saving the environment’ should be taught in schools.
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UK birds facing extinction

tlantic Puffin in the Farne Islands, Northumberland, UK
A quarter of UK birds – including curlews and puffins – need urgent conservation efforts.
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