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Pollutionwatch: how much Sahara desert dust do we breathe?

Dust that swept Europe in February affects weather systems but also contains many allergens

What is this ‘hot pigeon’? Is it even real?

One of the main characters on Twitter today is the pink-necked green-pigeon, a photo of which went viral overnight. Yes, it’s real. Yes, it’s stunning

Three stories of hope: 10 years on from Japan’s triple disaster

Much has changed along the hundreds of miles of devastated coastline and the recovery is gathering pace

Deadly pig disease could have led to Covid spillover to humans, analysis suggests

African swine fever led to mass cull of pigs in China and may have increased human-virus contact as people turned to other meat

China’s appetite for meat fades as vegan revolution takes hold

Concerns over carbon emissions and food crises are fuelling a move away from meat consumption as a symbol of wealth

Land could be worth more left to nature than when farmed, study finds

Nature-rich sites such as woods and wetlands more valuable because of the ‘ecosystem services’ they provide

Walker ‘stunned’ to see ship hovering high above sea off Cornwall

David Morris encounters rare optical illusion known as superior mirage while out on coastal stroll

Spacewatch: Venus terrain revealed by Nasa solar probe

Image unexpectedly shows light and dark features, including Aphrodite Terra, a highland area near planet’s equator

California’s wildfire smoke could be more harmful than vehicle emissions, study says

Toxic particles spewed by wildfires resulted in 10 times as many respiratory-illness related hospitalizations as other types of pollution, researchers found

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