Life in the deep freeze – the revolution that changed our view of glaciers forever

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How we talk about the climate crisis is increasingly crucial to tackling it | Susanna Rustin

Our emotional register – how ‘doomy’ or ‘hopeful’ we are – will inevitably shape the policies…

Sharks use Earth’s magnetic field as ‘GPS’ guidance system, study says

Florida scientists use juvenile bonnetheads for researchAuthors say findings applicable to other ocean-going sharksScientists in Florida…

Fabled land or false narrative: what is the modern outback?

One of the world’s last great untamed areas needs protection. In Guardian Australia’s new series, we…

Critics of UK low-traffic schemes told that 25,000 filters already existed

Researchers find road blocks that we’d already accepted before introduction of divisive low-traffic neighbourhoodsAt least 25,000…

Why the landmark Bretton Woods deal is as relevant today as in 1944 | Larry Elliott

Countries came together early and decisively to fix a broken global system. The same ambition is…

Free solo … with a permit: will Yosemite’s new rules put a damper on climbing culture?

The national park is instituting a permitting system for overnight rock climbers. Many see it as…

Blue cushion sea stars, short-nosed snakes and sea slugs: 21 days beneath the Timor sea – in pictures

In April, documentary photographer and film-maker Conor Ashleigh walked the gangplank of the research vessel Falkor…

It’s on our plates and in our poo, but are microplastics a health risk?

The omnipresent plastic is rife in dust, rice, placentas and tap water, but experts say it’s…

EPA shuts polluting Caribbean refinery reopened under Trump

Nearby residents in the US Virgin Islands, have endured water contamination and noxious fumes that closed…