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Sofa conservation

How many elephants can you see? How many orang-utans are in that tree? New conservation projects are hoping the answers to these questions can help protect endangered species around the world
Only 20 per cent of electronic waste is being recycled globally. As incomes rise and prices fall, predictions for the future are looking grim
Overfishing and climate change are edging seabirds such as the Black-legged Kittiwake and Cape Gannet ever closer to extinction

UN commits to end ocean plastics

The UN has committed to completely stopping plastic waste from entering the ocean

No waste for Wales

Wales is the second best recycler in the world
Trivia fans take note, Mount Hope in the British Antarctic Territory has recently been re-measured and found to out-reach the previous highest peak by a comfortable 50 metres

An end to flat growth for CO2

A series of worrying reports by the Global Carbon Project has revealed that after three years of flat growth, global fossil fuel emissions are once again on the rise

Last chance for the vaquita

The world’s most endangered marine mammal has just been thrown a long overdue lifeline

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