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E-bikes are well-established in some EU countries, but how about the UK? Old-school cyclist Peter Kimpton tries a new model to see if he’d be tempted to swap
Don’t get spooked by the pro-fossil fuel lobby: when we abandon petrol and diesel, our whole world is going to change
OK, the Sixth Mass Extinction may be upon us, but there are still some reasons to be cheerful
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Businesses in Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam are getting involved in efforts to collect waste bread and turn it into biogas and fertiliser
Solar power is soaring, wind goes from strength to strength. Look for a mighty surge in renewables over the next few years
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We need to learn from the Danish supermarkets, where organic produce is front and centre, not niche
The salad shortage focused attention on the failures of our 24/7 dietary culture. But it also provides a chance to rethink the way we eat fresh fruit, veg and green leaves
Every hour 10,000 people are born. Fortunately a new crop of eco innovations will help tackle the pressures on our planet
Dale Vince agrees to pay ex-wife Kathleen Wyatt £300,000 after she lodged £1.9m claim more than 20 years after their divorce
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