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It would, we told ourselves, be the summer of outdoors, particularly for children, who had been shut inside on […]Outrage as Italy faces multimillion pound damages to UK oil firm 25 July, 2021Secretive tribunals allow fossil fuel companies to sue governments for passing laws to protect environmentItaly could be forced to pay millions of pounds in damages to a UK oil company after banning new drilling near its coast.The case has sparked outrage at the secretive international tribunals at which fossil fuel companies can sue governments for […]Roses out, olives in: the new English garden in a time of climate crisis 25 July, 2021Oxford Botanic Garden is 400 years old, but the climate emergency is forcing a review of what seeds it sows for the futureIt has survived for 400 years – the oldest of Britain’s botanical gardens, a haven of medicinal plants and ancient trees enjoyed through the centuries by famous names such as JRR Tolkien and […]Plans of four G20 states are threat to global climate pledge, warn scientists 25 July, 2021‘Disastrous’ energy policies of China, Russia, Brazil and Australia could stoke 5C rise in temperatures if adopted by the rest of the worldA key group of leading G20 nations is committed to climate targets that would lead to disastrous global warming, scientists have warned. 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