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Ecology & place

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The amazingness of Earth and of how little we value its thriving

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Ecological justice

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Species of life

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Geology and spectacular landscapes

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Human settlements

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Changing Earth

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Patterns of nature

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Ecology overviews

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Oceans

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Coral reefs

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Polar places

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Unesco rejects claim by Australia and 11 supporters that process wasn’t followed over Great Barrier Reef Great Barrier Reef, Natural Wonders, Ecology, Australia, Nature, Bbc News, Pictures, Volunteers, Content

Unesco and Australia dispute Great Barrier Reef's 'in danger' status

A senior Unesco official has rejected Australia’s claims it bowed to political pressure when recommending that the Great Barrier Reef be placed on the world ...

Home comforts, apocalyptic futures: Deutsche Börse prize nominees – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian New Topographics, Design Observer, Lost River, Urban Setting, Environmental Issues, Contemporary Photography, Built Environment, Documentary Photography, Double Exposure

Home comforts, apocalyptic futures: Deutsche Börse prize nominees – in pictures

Dystopian conflicts and home ownership guides feature in the work of the four nominees for this innovative photography prize

Animal welfare: Fish are complex, emotional and intelligent beings and yet we treat them so cruelly. If only they had fur — Philip J Lymbery | by Philip Lymbery | Mar, 2021 | Medium Body Cast, Factory Farming, Fish Farming, St Kilda, Ocean Creatures, Historical Pictures, Animal Welfare, Treats, Ecology

Animal welfare: Fish are complex, emotional and intelligent beings and yet we treat them so cruelly.

New laws have been instigated to raise standards. Labelling has been introduced so we can choose eggs from hens not kept in cages. Many companies have ditched products from chickens, pigs and cows…

Co-op Community Wellbeing Ecology, Community, Environmental Science

Co-op Community Wellbeing

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

This report exposes how widespread green space deprivation is, how it is an issue of racial injustice as well as concern from a public health perspective, and what needs to be done to fix the problem. It also showcases great examples of community led initiatives. Health And Wellbeing, Public Health, Ecology, Case Study, Perspective, Insight, The Neighbourhood, England, Community

England's green space gap | Policy and insight

This report exposes how widespread green space deprivation is, how it is an issue of racial injustice as well as concern from a public health perspective, and what needs to be done to fix the problem. It also showcases great examples of community led initiatives.

50 of the World’s Most Gorgeous Photos of Animals | by Jack Shepherd | Feb, 2021 | Tenderly Photography Contests, Free Photography, Wildlife Photography, Game Reserve, Face Framing, Small Birds, Labradoodle, Renaissance Art, Orangutan

50 of the World’s Most Gorgeous Photos of Animals

Earlier this year, the photography app Agora challenged photographers to submit photos of living creatures from around the world for a contest focused on celebrating the diverse and precious life…

50 of the World’s Most Gorgeous Photos of Animals | by Jack Shepherd | Feb, 2021 | Tenderly Photography Contests, Wildlife Photography, Animal Photography, Free Photography, Kruger National Park, National Parks, Animal Intelligence, Herd Of Elephants, Spotted Animals

50 of the World’s Most Gorgeous Photos of Animals

Earlier this year, the photography app Agora challenged photographers to submit photos of living creatures from around the world for a contest focused on celebrating the diverse and precious life…

Beneath the blue: dive into a dazzling ocean under threat – interactive | Environment | The Guardian Deep Sea Animals, Coral Bleaching, Marine Life, The Guardian, Ecology, Science Nature, Underwater, Diving, Environment

Beneath the blue: dive into a dazzling ocean under threat – interactive

Descend through the different zones of the ocean to discover its mesmerising marine life, how human pollutants are interfering – and what we can still do about it

Economics' failure over destruction of nature presents ‘extreme risks’ | Biodiversity | The Guardian Brazil Amazon Rainforest, Human Well Being, London School Of Economics, Brazil Travel, Tropical Forest, Environmentalist, Environmental Issues, Natural Life, Destruction

Economics' failure over destruction of nature presents ‘extreme risks’

New measures of success needed to avoid catastrophic breakdown, landmark review finds

Travel Photographer of the Year 2020 – in pictures | Travel | The Guardian Pallas's Cat, Story Of The Year, Australian Photography, National Geographic Travel, Cat Watch, Multiple Exposure, Photography Competitions, People Of The World, Photography Website

Travel Photographer of the Year 2020 – in pictures

A selection of the winning images from this year’s Travel Photographer of the Year 2020, including overall winner Vladimir Alekseev

Extraordinary voyage: on the trail of the trillion-tonne runaway iceberg | World news | The Guardian James Cook, Southampton, Effects Of Global Warming, Georgia, Marine Ecosystem, University Of Colorado, Social Media Stars, Out To Sea, Floating In Water

Extraordinary voyage: on the trail of the trillion-tonne runaway iceberg

Amid fears of huge damage to marine ecosystems from the giant A68a berg, British researchers are setting sail to assess its impact

One Tasmanian's 54-year obsession to catalogue all of the world's edible plants to end malnutrition - ABC News Perfect Plants, Cool Plants, World Relief, Plant Projects, Veggie Patch, Western Food, Seeds For Sale, Edible Food, Edible Plants

Bruce spent 50 years cataloguing 30,000 edible plants so children do not have to go hungry

Non-profit Food Plant Solutions represents five decades of work by agricultural scientist Bruce French to catalogue more than 31,000 edible plants so children do not have to go hungry.

How Lichens Explain (And Re-explain) the World - The Atlantic War Of Attrition, Rise Above, Microbiology, Fungi, Ecology, Landscape Design, Science, Earth, World

The Overlooked Organisms That Keep Challenging Our Assumptions About Life

Gorgeous and weird, lichens have pushed the boundaries of our understanding of nature—and our way of studying it.

Butterflies, bushfires and bears: Age of Extinction's year in photography | Environment | The Guardian Coral Bleaching, Birth Photos, The Secret World, Echidna, Soft Corals, Baboon, Photo Essay, Nature Reserve

Butterflies, bushfires and bears: Age of Extinction's year in photography

In a year like no other, our photographers – and readers – captured images reflecting the beauty and diversity that could all too easily be lost in our fragile world

  Katmai National Park, National Parks, Carl Johnson, Bristol Bay, Salmon Run, Sockeye Salmon, When They Cry, Brown Bear, Ecology

Who Hears the Salmon When They Cry?

The largest salmon run in the world takes place in the rivers of Bristol Bay in southwest Alaska. Every year, an average of 36.9 million sockeye salmon enter Bristol Bay and race upriver to return to…