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From masala dosa to smoked lobster: the 10 best eats in Edinburgh – locals’ picks

From the best street eats to the most innovative delicacies being plated up today, the Scottish capital has never been more of a vibrant...

‘Truly peculiar’: loggerhead turtles born in most northern spot ever recorded

Eggs that were laid on a sandy beach in northern Italy by a loggerhead sea turtle, or Caretta Caretta, have hatched in what scientists...

Next to run Gap’s business in UK and Ireland

The British clothing retailer Next has struck a deal with Gap to run its business in the UK and Ireland, months after the US...
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Labour condemns new trade secretary for tweets rejecting climate science

The new international trade secretary, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, has been accused of rejecting the science behind the climate emergency after a series of tweets came...

Your gas stove is leaking air pollution inside your own home. Go electric | Brady Seals

I traveled around the developing world for more than a decade seeing and studying first-hand the damage that wood and charcoal do to the...

Production of forever chemicals emits potent greenhouse gases, analysis finds

A new analysis of Environmental Protection Agency data has revealed that PFAS chemicals – often known as “forever chemicals” due to their longevity in...

Children already have the facts. Now they need the tools to fix the climate crisis

There was a rare nugget of hope in the assorted news and polling on the climate crisis last week: 18- to 24-year-olds in Britain...

‘Tipping point’ for climate action: Time’s running out to avoid catastrophic heating

According to the landmark United in Science 2021, there “is no sign of growing back greener”,...

‘Larger than usual’: this year’s ozone layer hole bigger than Antarctica

The hole in the ozone layer that develops annually is “rather larger than usual” and is currently bigger than Antartica, say the scientists responsible...

Rain fell on Greenland’s ice sheet for the first time ever known. Alarms should ring | Kim Heacox

Many people believed he couldn’t do it. Ski across the Greenland ice sheet, a vast, unmapped, high-elevation plateau of ice and snow? Madness.But Fridtjof...

What would it take for antivaxxers and climate science deniers to ‘wake up’? | Clive Hamilton

In 1927, an article in the venerable medical journal the Lancet commented on the opposition to smallpox vaccination in terms that have an eerie...

Most plans for new coal plants scrapped since Paris agreement

The global pipeline of new coal power plants has collapsed since the 2015 Paris climate agreement, according to research that suggests the end of...
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Clive Sinclair and the offbeat brilliance of the ZX Spectrum

One day, in the bitterly cold autumn of 1981, my dad brought something home with him which he said was a sort of present...
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All hail the shacket, and 20 years of other great (and not so great) outfits | Jess Cartner-Morley

For 20 years, I have been dressing up every week in the look I write about in this column. Today I’m in a shacket,...

From masala dosa to smoked lobster: the 10 best eats in Edinburgh – locals’ picks

From the best street eats to the most innovative delicacies being plated up today, the Scottish capital has never been more of a vibrant...

‘Truly peculiar’: loggerhead turtles born in most northern spot ever recorded

Eggs that were laid on a sandy beach in northern Italy by a loggerhead sea turtle, or Caretta Caretta, have hatched in what scientists...