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The field of space exploration just reached a golden milestone, as the world celebrates 60 years since Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space.

Leakages of sewage are unpleasant but not overly common. However, when they do happen, it helps to spot them as soon as possible.

The Sinai Peninsula is one of the world’s most arid places, but a Dutch firm could help bring life to the desert, using new re-greening techniques.

Lake Victoria is a hive of activity, serving as a source of fish for Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. But the fishermen could be offered a new way to power their

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Easter celebrates a time of rebirth, and many of us will be planning to scoff on chocolate eggs. But which ones are the most ethically-made, and why?

Each time you sink a can of beer, you might not think about how you might be having an impact on marine life.

Scottish brewing and bar group BrewDog has bought into investing in the future, pledging to plant new trees for each multi-pack sold.

With the country spending more time in our homes, especially during this winter, consumers are rightfully wondering what they can do to save on energy bills.

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The recent spring budget included an important update to the Bank of England’s remit, including the need to aid the transition to net zero carbon emissions.

Berkeley Lab has given Americans cause for optimism, unveiling their idea for how the US could achieve carbon neutrality by mid-century and beyond.

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our lives for sure, but it has also had a profound impact on stemming the growth in fossil fuel demand.

With the country spending more time in our homes, especially during this winter, consumers are rightfully wondering what they can do to save on energy bills.

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The Red Planet has been inert for millions of years, but scientists at NASA hope to make an experimental vehicle take to the Martian skies for the first time.

The field of space exploration just reached a golden milestone, as the world celebrates 60 years since Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space.

Leakages of sewage are unpleasant but not overly common. However, when they do happen, it helps to spot them as soon as possible.

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