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More heatwaves even worse than those seen recently in north-west of America forecast in research
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Exclusive: Experts say vaccines remain key to fighting Covid despite concerns over variant protection
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Expect a range of hills rather than a single mountain, says Graham Medley, chair of the Sage sub-group on pandemic modelling
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Exclusive: Research reveals Canterbury stained glass dates back to the 12th century and has links with ancient Egypt and imperial Rome, writes archaeology correspondent David Keys
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New research indicates that stained glass windows from Canterbury Cathedral may be among the oldest in the world.
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Believing others have fixed traits which don’t change yields defensiveness, failure to listen, and failure to set boundaries
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From Syrians helping in Germany’s floods to Russian CrossFitters fighting fires, ordinary people helping to tackle the climate crisis
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A two-week virtual negotiation begins on the most critical climate change report since 2013.
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The meteor is believed to have landed in a forest after flashes of light were seen across Norway.
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‘Disastrous’ energy policies of China, Russia, Brazil and Australia could stoke 5C rise in temperatures if adopted by the rest of the world
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The new space race between the world’s richest men proves one thing to the rest of us – the sooner they leave this planet the better, says Eva Wiseman
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Fears over ‘experimental’ inoculation show that more needs to be done to counter harmful misinformation
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The Amazon founder returned to Earth last week with a pledge to help save the planet, but technology alone is not the answer
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Phil Valentine sang ‘Vaxman’ Beatles parody and touted personal choice but now family urges hospitalised host’s fans to get the shot
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The US government has tightened rules on which space-goers can claim their astronaut wings.
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Science is the only method we have of understanding the world, making predictions, and rationally adapting our own behaviour
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Risk of reinfection with Delta may be 46% greater than with the Alpha variant, national testing data finds
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Towards the end of July we’ll be treated to an orange-red moon. That’s not an official name, but it’s how the full moon of 24 July will appear in colour, writes Nigel Henbest