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Maybe young people in the West just aren't that angry any more

The Lorax, a furry gnome voiced by Danny DeVito, is the orange purveyor of a green message

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An ecological fable ... padded out with industrial levels of filler

More than 40 groups to stage Olympics protest

More than 40 groups are to stage a protest against the Olympics to highlight the “corporate dominance” of the Games as well as other issues such as the cost of staging the event during a time of austerity.

Thousands of leatherback turtle eggs 'crushed by workers' on Trinidad beach

Thousands of leatherback turtle eggs and hatchlings have been crushed by heavy machinery along a Trinidad beach widely regarded as the world's densest nesting area for the biggest of all living sea turtles, conservationists said.

Badger cull to halt rise of TB in cattle 'will in fact spread the disease'

Caroline Spelman’s proposed badger cull to halt the rise of TB in cattle will in fact spread the disease, campaigners will tell the High Court tomorrow.

Paul Vallely: The planet looked to Rio again, and Rio looked away

The road from the airport ran through miles of open fields when delegates arrived in Rio de Janeiro for the original Earth Summit in 1992.

Rio green summit dismissed as 'hoax that achieved nothing'

The UN's Rio Plus 20 summit on sustainable development ended yesterday amid a torrent of criticism from environment and development campaigners, who said the colossal, three-day international meeting had achieved nothing.

Leading article: Preserving the Arctic wilderness must be a priority

It is difficult to overstate either the pristine beauty or the scientific value of the vast Arctic wilderness. As one of Earth's few remaining untouched ecosystems, it is an environmental paradise of inestimable variety and wonder.

Jonathon Porritt: Where's the energy to keep fighting for the planet?

You won't find much poetry in today's environment movement. Some even argue that it has lost its soul

A Greenpeace picture shows the deforestation at the Belo Monte Dam project, near Altamira, Brazil

The green movement at 50: Mission unaccomplished

In the fourth part of our series marking 50 years of the green movement, Michael McCarthy looks at the areas where environmental activism has failed

'Flight game is not a fair fight' says Varwijk

Other industries are far bigger polluters but the politicians win votes by coming down hardest on aviation sector, KLM executive Erik Varwijk tells Toby Green
Scrapped: Gramacho's army of catadores will be out of a job when it closes

Rio shuts down its trash mountain

More than 1,700 'garbage-pickers' will lose livelihoods

Ring of steel: Police and Royal Marines on the Thames

Police 'used heavy-handed tactics to suppress dissent'

Scotland Yard will today be accused of misusing powers to prevent disruption to last year's royal wedding in a court case that could have major implications for police operations in the run-up to the Olympic Games.

Police misused powers during royal wedding, protesters claim

A court challenge by anti-monarchists could hit police operations ahead of the Olympics

From left to right: Tame Iti, Emily Bailey, Te Rangikaiwhiria Kemara and Urs Signer were all convicted of possessing illegal firearms

Jailing of Maori separatists stirs colonial-era resentment

Militant Tuhoe tribe members defiant amid claims race relations had been set back 100 years

Leading article: No easy answers to green energy

Environmentalists are just as capable of unrealistic claims for exciting new energy sources
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Salomé's feminine wiles have inspired writers, painters and musicians for 2,000 years. Now audiences can meet the Biblical femme fatale in two new stage and screen projects
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British Library celebrates all things Gothic

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Robert Fisk: No victory for Israel despite weeks of devastation

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