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Damian Carrington
I'm Environment Editor at the Guardian - DMs open
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Damian Carrington Jun 14
“I’ve inherited an organisation that is depleted, massively depleted,” says
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Guardian Environment Jun 14
Pope Francis declares 'climate emergency' and urges action
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Damian Carrington Jun 14
"we are passing the buck on to our children to invent and deploy technologies to suck the CO2 out of the air that we choose to continue to emit today" says on UK plan
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Damian Carrington Jun 14
Replying to @david_colquhoun @ECEHH
OK - the peer reviewers and journal editor obviously didn't agree
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Damian Carrington Jun 14
Replying to @david_colquhoun @ECEHH
they found the same effect for rich and poor, urban and rural
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
Replying to @janwly @motoPK and 7 others
No. Effect was seen for all groups, rich poor, healthy ill etc. As mentioned in the story....
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
Onshore wind farms in UK could cut £50 a year off energy bills By
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
"The just does not get it" UK's net zero carbon emissions plan will fail if the chancellor remains complacent. says
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
Ammonia air pollution from farms is an urgent health problem – yet levels are still rising Story by
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
this ... Trials Vegan Chicken Burger Called 'The Imposter' via
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
Wednesday: UK commits to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, requiring 1.5 billion new trees (and much else) Thursday: Tree-planting in England falls 71% short of government target
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
Traffickers of European eels fined €1.5m and given total of six years in jail in Spain via
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Glenn Hurowitz Jun 13
“The amount Cargill has pledged toward forest protection is but a tiny fraction of the amount they spend funding forest destruction through their purchases and financing."
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
ah yes - edits took out first line mention of "weekly" - back in now
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natalie fee Jun 13
Replying to @dpcarrington
... decided to act immediately on study findings. 😄
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Marine CoLABoration Jun 13
Great to see this from in today. "If confirmed by future research, two hours in nature could join five a day of fruit and veg and 150 minutes of exercise a week as official health advice."
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
Replying to @LukeTurnerEsq
*per week* - read the story!
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Patrick Barkham Jun 13
Here's what we need: 2 hours, daily, in nature. So let's start prescribing – and valuing and saving high-quality wild green space.
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
Two-hour ‘dose’ of nature significantly boosts health for everyone, finds major study by Mat White et al - Even just sitting and enjoying the peace has mental and physical benefits Story by me
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Damian Carrington Jun 13
short answer - no, the meat from slaughtered animals fall according to this analysis - Fig 9 in the linked report
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