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Sadiq Khan Declared Climate Emergency – He's Building This Huge Road Anyway

The London mayor wants to create a new road tunnel in London despite announcing his plans to tackle climate change.
Hannah Partos
2 days ago

Good Job, Humans: Arctic Snow Contains Rubber and Varnish

Microplastics and fibers in the Arctic snow likely came from pollution in the atmosphere, scientists say.
Madeleine Gregory

There’s a Wet Wipe Reef in the River Thames and It’s as Gross as It Sounds

Until about six years ago, wet wipes in London’s river ways were unheard of. Now, scientists have found an entire 'reef' near Hammersmith Bridge – and it’s destroying local wildlife.
Jessica Furseth
Question Of The Day

We Asked Londoners the Worst Things About Living in London

“The price of a pint.”
Daisy Dalgliesh
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The Big Student Pollution Problem

Moving out month presents a load of environmental issues that various people need to take responsibility for.
Davey Brett

You're Likely Inhaling 11 Tiny Bits of Plastic Per Hour

A new study suggests that our lungs are under siege in our own homes.
Erica Cirino

This Photographer Shows Us the Pollution We Can’t See for Ourselves

Flying 300 meters above land, J. Henry Fair uncovers everyday environmental catastrophes you probably didn’t know existed.
Edoardo Liotta
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Canada's Environment Watchdog Calls Inaction on Climate Change 'Disturbing'

A new report paints both the Liberals or the Conservatives as weak on climate change.
Mack Lamoureux
Save Yourselves

If You Jog in a City, Here's Why It's Vital to Choose the Right Route

Pollution isn't quite so bad that it completely cancels the benefits of a run, but you're not helping yourself by jogging on a main road.
Niloufar Haidari

MDMA Producers Are Dumping Tons of Waste in Nature Reserves

Every year, an enormous amount of chemical waste left over from the production of MDMA is illegally dumped, with devastating effects. And not much is done to prevent it from happening.
Tom Kiel

You're Definitely Consuming Microplastics, But Not Just In Seafood and Tap Water

A leading researcher in the field talks why tap water and seafood shouldn't be our only concern when it comes to the issue of microplastics.
Lauren Rothman

An Eco-Friendly Yacht Race Is Sponsored By an Arms Company

Which seems at odds with its tree-hugging agenda.
Phil Miller