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Latest stories

Questions on the future of fracking April 23, 2014 - The fracking industry is radically changing the US energy industry. But there are growing doubts about how sustainable it will prove.
Lapland’s mystery moths puzzle science April 22, 2014 - Warmer and wetter conditions are often bad news for wildlife. But moths in Finland's Arctic region are bucking the trend - and no-one knows why.
Western US faces worsening wildfires April 21, 2014 - Drought and warmth are expected to mark winters in the western US, researchers say, while abnormally cold weather will make the east and south-east unusually wintry.
First solar bread oven takes a bow April 20, 2014 - A new kind of solar oven can provide heat over 24 hours and offers the prospect of emission-free baking to remote communities.
Drought adds to Syria’s misery April 19, 2014 - The hunger-ravaged people of Syria have a long period of drought to blame for their ordeal. And that, experts think, is a result of the changing regional climate.

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