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8 Oct 11:20am Should we save the Thames whale – or has it come to save us?
The humpback appears to have arrived just in time to join the Extinction Rebellion protests. And to highlight how these mighty mammals could help us fight climate change Reports of an apparently healthy-looking
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Royal Society of Biology photographer of the year: the shortlist 8 Oct 8:53am Royal Society of Biology photographer of the year: the shortlist
The RSB has released the shortlisted entries for their 2019 photographer of the year and young photographer of the year competition. The photos showcase stunning images captured across the globe, including Canada, India and Kenya, and feature a variety of species in motion, with fluttering birds, jumping insects and territorial showdowns.
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Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to DfT and Home Office 8 Oct 8:33am Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to DfT and Home Office
Latest action comes as protesters camping in central London are issued with warnings by police Extinction Rebellion activists have glued themselves to the Department for Transport and the lobby of the Home Office in another day of protests, with further action planned at other government department buildings as hundreds face arrest. About 200 protesters camped on the streets of central London on Tuesday on the second day of the campaign group’s planned two-week shutdown of the heart of the capital in protest at the lack of action to tackle the climate crisis.
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From the US to Hong Kong, the right to protest peacefully is under attack | Arwa Mahdawi 8 Oct 8:10am From the US to Hong Kong, the right to protest peacefully is under attack | Arwa Mahdawi
Pre-emptive police action against protesters is escalating across the world, as illustrated by the arrest last weekend of 10 Extinction Rebellion activists You know things are bleak in Britain when Russia starts lecturing us on human rights. “Disruptive protests are unacceptable, but police must act proportionately,” the Russian embassy
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Seafood company under investigation after allegations of animal abuse 8 Oct 6:09am Seafood company under investigation after allegations of animal abuse
Campaigners say animal welfare was disregarded at a salmon hatchery run by Cooke, one of the world’s largest seafood companies, in Maine A major global seafood company is under investigation by state officials in Maine after allegations of animal abuse. Undercover footage
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Animals farmed: deforestation and meat, Dutch cattle wars and wildlife parks 8 Oct 6:00am Animals farmed: deforestation and meat, Dutch cattle wars and wildlife parks
Welcome to our monthly roundup of the biggest issues in farming and food production, with must-read reports from around the web Hundreds of Dutch farmers have been
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Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to Home Office and DfT 8 Oct 5:07am Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to Home Office and DfT
Latest action comes as protesters camping in central London are issued with warnings by police Extinction Rebellion activists have glued themselves to the Department for Transport and the lobby of the Home Office in another day of protests, with more action planned at other government department buildings as hundreds face arrest. About 200 protesters camped on the streets of central London on Tuesday on the second day of the campaign group’s planned two-week shutdown of the heart of the capital in protest against the lack of action to tackle the climate crisis.
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