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Scientists are working to mimic the transfer of immune-boosting microbes that takes place during vaginal births to help those born by caesarean section 
A survey of Australian scientists reveals a worrying trend towards suppression of important environmental research
Rewilding projects across Europe are working to expand populations of carnivores and restore ‘self-regulating’ nature on the continent. In the face of the double-trouble of limited space and a lot of people, proponents are coming up with new ways to create a wilder landscape, formulating a rewilding philosophy fit for a European context 
Scientists are racing to prevent a deadly disease that kills salamanders from reaching the crucial populations of the USA 
A programme to employ ex-guerrilla fighters as conservationists is starting to take off in Colombia 
One woman’s determined plot to tackle multi-national industry through activism exposes the moral panic of our environmental and climate crises
The unprecedented pause in human activity that took place during global lockdowns has provided seismologists with a unique opportunity to 'cut through the noise' and listen to earthquake signals 
A study in Northern Minnesota is experimentally heating the air and soils of forest enclosures to show how our warming climate will drastically change the composition, distribution and function of boreal and temperate forests 
A new study has analysed the extent of Covid-19 misinformation in traditional media sources. Results reveal the power that US President Donald Trump has to influence the circulation of misinformation 
Acclaimed documentarian Ron Howard brings an intimate depiction of the lingering effects of a climate disaster, and the resilience of a community to rebuild from ashes

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