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The Guardian Essential report, 23 October results 22 Oct 7:36pm The Guardian Essential report, 23 October results
This report summarises the results of a weekly poll conducted by Essential Research with data provided by Your Source. Some questions are repeated regularly (such as political preference and leadership approval), while others are unique to each week and reflect current media and social issues
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Microplastics found in human stools for the first time 22 Oct 6:00pm Microplastics found in human stools for the first time
Study suggests the tiny particles may be widespread in the human food chain Microplastics have been found in human stools for the first time, according to a study suggesting the tiny particles may be widespread in the human food chain. The small study examined eight participants from Europe, Japan and Russia. All of their stool samples were found to contain microplastic particles.
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Watch out, Drongos: competitive birders gear up for 30-hour challenge 22 Oct 1:00pm Watch out, Drongos: competitive birders gear up for 30-hour challenge
Twitchathon teams will race all over Australia to spot birds, but the less energetic can join the Aussie Backyard Bird Count Mick Roderick is a five-time bird-spotting king, serial champion and former record holder. This week, he is ready to get back on top. In his sights are a team called the Dodgy Drongos, who have dominated the competition in recent years. His sport of choice is the Twitchathon,
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Coalition asks regulator to intervene on electricity prices 22 Oct 1:00pm Coalition asks regulator to intervene on electricity prices
Morrison presses on with attempt to lower bills by asking for consistent ‘default’ pricing The Morrison government will attempt to press ahead with its agenda to lower power prices for consumers, formally asking the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) to introduce a default market offer for energy prices for households and small businesses. It will use
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UK’s plastic waste is a burning issue | Letters 22 Oct 12:35pm UK’s plastic waste is a burning issue | Letters
New plastic-to-fuel technology means there is a growing case for stockpiling our plastic waste, argues
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Are the days of recycling with a clear conscience over? | Sharon George 22 Oct 10:14am Are the days of recycling with a clear conscience over? | Sharon George
It fuels consumption, while millions of tonnes of our plastic isn’t recycled at all. The industry, and our thinking, need a shake-upIs recycling supporting unsustainable consumerism? There is a recycling crisis and we may have only just noticed. For years we have been recycling, dispelling the guilt generated by our high-consumption lifestyles, as if our actions are somehow good for the environment. Recycling is the “green” thing to do. But is our whole recycling culture a shameful illusion that has been masking a growing problem of unsustainable manufacturing and consumerism?
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Trump thinks scientists are split on climate change. So do most Americans | Dana Nuccitelli 22 Oct 6:00am Trump thinks scientists are split on climate change. So do most Americans | Dana Nuccitelli
There’s a 97% expert consensus on human-caused global warming, but most Americans are unaware
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