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'Coffin' housing debris from US military tests could be breached by strong storm or rising tides
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'We're closer to business as usual than what we would hope,' says Professor Jonathan Bamber
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Nearly every sport interacts with the natural world in some way. Even from an entirely selfish standpoint it is in sport's interests of self-preservation to act, and to act quickly
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This behaviour triples the chance of their son having his own offspring, researchers say
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'Too many power companies worldwide currently shroud their pollution in secrecy… We are about to lift that veil', says boss of firm backed by Google
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But coal use is still growing in country where energy demands are rising fast
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Dashing gazelle picture takes top prize
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'Many are battling to keep up with the changing face of their landscape and increasingly hot weather'
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'Trees are the lifeblood of our nation, and it is more important than ever to ensure they are rooted not only in our countryside, but in our towns and cities too'
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Could Monsanto could follow the path of the Johns-Manville company which manufactured asbestos in the 1880s?
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