Government plans big changes for green energy subsidies, with a boost for offshore wind power
Olivia Nalos Opre and Mindy Arthurs support lion-killer and argue that they're 'conservationists'
Acidity levels are rising at an 'unprecedented rate', eroding the shells of some sea creatures
Reports suggest planet will be devastated by strike, but experts say there are long odds on an apocalypse
UN report says world getting warmer and humans to blame, but UK will cool if Gulf Stream slows
Frantic efforts underway at Japanese nuclear plant as cause of radioactive leak remains unknown
Activists force way into Cuadrilla’s HQ and glue themselves to railings outside London PR firm
Panda showing 'strong indications' of pregnancy, but it's no thanks to Yang Guang
15-tonne blockage the size of a double-decker bus almost sent sewage spilling onto streets of Kingston
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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