UK set for hotter than average summer, Met Office predicts

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Michael Gove says poorer people eat fatty food because it gives them comfort, solace and pleasure

Criminal gangs running illegal waste disposal dumps are to be targeted in new clampdown

Lisa Armstrong on why we are washing our faces too often

Do stem cells in skincare actually make you look younger?

Traces of drugs taken by foreign tourists found in York rivers

The resurgence of e shows that, for millennials, ethics are a pick and mix

New rating system clarifies real-world NOx emissions

The House of Aigas, an idyllic Scottish retreat where conservation meets recreation

120,000 sign petition to save one of Europes last unspoiled corners

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The not-so ethical funds: I switched my pension to a low-carbon fund and it invested me in Shell

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Nature Conservancy Photo Contest: Award-winning photographs of our fragile planet

Marine Dream: Exploring Lizard Island resorts water world

Ineos billionaire Jim Ratcliffe fails to overturn Scottish fracking ban

George Monbiot is wrong to claim we started the Saddleworth fire

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Big Oil meets Pope Francis to discuss climate sins

Ikea pledges to scrap all single-use plastic products by 2020

More childrens stories about feminism and the war on plastic

Animal rescue workers capture moment orangutan tries to defend its home from loggers

When does summer start? Everything you need to know about summer solstice, the longest day of the year

Iraq suspends rice farming as water crisis deepens

Twitters favourite shepherd quits government review of National Parks after three days due to cretinous attacks from environmentalists

Britains blue belt haven protecting marine life will increase by 50%, Theresa May announces

MPs launch inquiry into fashion industrys environmental impact

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Sellafield plutonium decaying faster than anticipated and is intolerable risk, warns National Audit Office

World Oceans Day: Tourists creating a toxic legacy of plastic waste in the Mediterranean Sea

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Thames Water to pay 120m in compensation for leaky pipes

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