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The week in wildlife – in pictures

A languid langur, an even slower loris and a tufted titmouse drinking maple syrup from an icicle are among the pick of this week’s images from the natural world… 12 more words



Weekly Photo Challenge   this week, Ephemeral

The warming sun soon melted the window’s icy lace … 7 more words


Earth Hour is tomorrow, Sat. March 28 at 8:30pm local time


Tomorrow, people across the world will stand in solidarity for the environment, shutting off their lights for one hour starting at 8:30pm local time. The event, held by World Wildlife Fund (WWF), has been held since 2007 and encourages the world to turn off their lights for a single hour every spring. 192 more words


Ipso proves impotent at curbing the Mail's climate misinformation

Independent Press Standards Organisation lets the Mail on Sunday’s misleading and incorrect climate claims stand

David Rose is a writer for the UK tabloid Mail on Sunday… 336 more words


UK and Norway to build world's longest undersea energy interconnector

Signing in Oslo will launch construction of cable to provide power for almost 750,000 British homes by 2021

The UK and Norway are to build the world’s longest undersea interconnector – a method of linking up electricity and gas networks – to provide enough low-carbon energy for almost 750,000 British homes. 40 more words


Rockefeller Brothers Fund: it is our moral duty to divest from fossil fuels

In an exclusive interview, Rockefeller Brothers Fund chair, Valerie Rockefeller Wayne and president, Stephen Heintz, talk about the decision to cut ties to fossil fuels, what it meant for the divestment movement and the challenges involved… 122 more words


United Reformed Church of Scotland to divest from fossil fuels

United Reformed Church of Scotland commits to move assets out of oil, gas and coal companies and to not invest in fossil fuels in the future… 60 more words