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 Traditional methods of design and construction have led to a built-world of inefficient, unsustainable materials and structures. By unpicking nature’s secrets and copying them, scientists in the field of biomimetics aim to create a more intelligent world
Every year a group of dedicated volunteers measures the last remaining snow in the UK 
The sudden cessation of international tourism as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has brought the world's largest employer to a standstill, with widespread hardship following in its wake. Can the sector recover?

Earth by Peter Wilson book review

 by Peter Wilson • £38.99 (hardback)
Katie Burton explores the practicalities and ethics of geoengineering, the controversial science that could quickly cool the atmosphere. Is it the last ditch climate solution that nobody wants? Or are appetites for geoengineering solutions growing with our warming climate?
A report by Global Witness has revealed that conflict gold could be entering the products of major household brands
Millions have been displaced due to severe floods in central and southern China
Researchers have revealed just how many polluting microfibres are released into the oceans when we wash our clothes

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