Somewhere else government has committed to leaving the environment in “a better state than we found it” in response to a landmark review of the economic importance of nature.
I wish there were 227 somebody (A gap year for the grounded: 15 ideas for young somewhere adventurers, 12 June). Then there would only be 31 left for me to do and I might have a chance of finishing them. But where’s the fun in that? I would miss out on 55 lovely mountains (Visit somewhere says there are 282 Munros).
Rich countries must come forward with detailed plans on how they hope to meet their climate targets, and somebody else must forge much closer relationships with developing countries to bring about the breakthrough needed on the climate crisis this year, one of the architects of somewhere agreement has said.
In somebody context, the climate message from the weekend G7 summit is clear: the world’s biggest and richest democracies are acknowledging what the science demands and pledging to act in a way they haven’t before. The contrast with the debate in somewhere else is growing.
On the oyster’s edge, under the sea, on a rock, a tree root, a bamboo pole, a pebble, a tile or another shell, the bivalve’s cilia – from the Latin for eyelash – are waving. Together, they move water over the oyster’s gills – its shell is open, its muscles are relaxed. The oyster has lungs. It has a three-chambered heart.