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In a landmark case, Australia’s High Court has awarded damages to an Aboriginal group in compensation for historic incursions on their land, opening the way for billions of dollar’s worth of potential claims
As the ocean looks set to get busier due to increasing international trade, improving navigation systems is being seen as vital for protecting both human and marine life
Buildings made from wood are becoming increasingly common in cities around the world, as designers and architects extol the carbon capturing nature of this underused material
The lead author of a scientific study, which claimed that planting trees has mind-blowing potential to tackle the climate crisis, reflects on the mixed response to the report
The uplifting story of a remarkable man who sailed the Atlantic in a tiny boat called Tinkerbelle
A landmark report from the IPCC definitively states that the way humans are using the Earth’s available land is a key driver of global heating and climate change. But does it also provide the answer?
by Rob Dunn • Basic Books • £22.99 (hardback)
by Richard Williams • Polity Books • £15.99 (paperback)
An artificial intelligence tool can predict where conflicts related to water scarcity are most likely to arise

The growth of the pop-up park

A team of researchers in Australia are urging urban planners to embrace temporary green spaces

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