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Saturday September 18, 2021


Climate change: Should green campaigners put more pressure on China to slash emissions?
UK activists have protested on the M25, but should they instead be picketing China's embassy?


Friday September 17, 2021


Climate change: UN warning over nations' climate plans
Climate plans of more than 100 countries show we're heading in the wrong direction, the UN says.

Mosquitoes sucked up by traps that mimic breathing
More than 300 traps have been deployed in the French town of HyŤres to catch mosquitos.

Antarctic: Exhibition recalls Ernest Shackleton's final quest
It's 100 years since the great Antarctic explorer set out on his last voyage to the White Continent.

The AI body scanner detecting skin cancer and other news
BBC Click's LJ Rich looks at the best tech news stories of the week.

High-speed internet via airborne beams of light
The project has been developed by Alphabet's moonshot factory, X.

Earthshot Prize: Prince William's environment finalists unveiled
The 15 finalists of Prince William's inaugural Earthshot Prize are tackling the planet's problems.

California fires: General Sherman and other sequoias given blankets
Fire-resistant blankets protect General Sherman and other sequoias as a California blaze closes in.

Carbon emitters 'failing to disclose climate risks'
In a study of more than 100 company accounts, 80% of audits didn't assess climate risk.

Inspiration4: All-amateur space crew enjoy views of Earth
The first pictures have been released showing the Inspiration4 crew looking down on the planet.

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