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The regulator has clocked up 3,361 single and return flights within the UK since April 2012
Exclusive: Tens of thousands of families reject leading power providers that rely on fossil fuels
Research says coffee's ability to store methane could enable it to power homes
Major suppliers made public commitments to reduce their carbon emissions
US President accused of ‘double-speak’ by activists as Hillary Clinton joins chorus of criticism
'It looks suspiciously like the Tories are trying to avoid fracking taking place in their heartlands by pushing as much of it as possible up north'
Claims that shops pay farmers less for milk while charging the same for cheese
High-frequency internet users find it much more difficult to pay attention
Illegal kills by game-keepers to protect grouse for shoots and fears for jobs cloud idyllic scene
The research also found that around 80 per cent of the food that is thrown away is edible
Meurig Raymond said the country would become increasingly beholden to overseas producers unless drastic action was taken to help farms survive
UK consumers can help bring an end to miserable conditions and illegal felling
Research shows that the number of urban gull colonies in the UK and Ireland has doubled from 239 in 2000 to 473 now
Protester claims that supermarkets’ squeeze on dairy producers is going to put them out of business
The damage being inflicted by the slump in the oil price was laid bare as Royal Dutch Shell and the British Gas-owner Centrica announced more than 12,000 job cuts between them.
Ants are able to transport objects such as food that are much larger than themselves by intuitively understanding when to be part of the collective muscle