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Seven greening projects in unlikely urban spaces From mini roundabouts to abandoned tennis courts, communities across the UK are breathing new life into unusual places Environment Society
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022 – a peek at some of the entries This year’s stunning entries bring into sharp focus the biodiversity crisis – and the power of conservation Arts Conservation Environment
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‘A powerful antidote to despair’: the project that tracks down lost species ‘Forgotten’ species that were lost to science have been rediscovered again thanks to a pioneering programme Conservation Environment Science
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In pictures: all the winners of this year’s World Nature Photography Awards Paddling orangutans, snoozing macaques and a seal hunting its lunch were among the winning shots. See them all here Conservation Environment Media
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Explosive underwater shot wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition Here are some of the winning shots from this year’s competition, which are being exhibited at London’s Natural History Museum Conservation Environment Media World
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Climate crisis: English moor transformed into ‘giant sponge’ to absorb CO2 The moon-like landscape will also boost biodiversity and suck up floodwater. Its launch couldn’t be more timely Conservation Environment Innovation Society
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