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Your green credentials may be linked to your genes, scientists say

Some people are more environmentally conscious than others, and scientists say the reason could be in their genes.

A study has found that identical twins had more similar views on conservation and environmentalism than non-identical twins.

Young climate activists vow to keep fighting despite UN setback

A group of youth activists say they have been spurred to fight even harder after their landmark case arguing that countries perpetuating the climate crisis violate their human rights was rejected by a UN children’s rights body.

MPs set to reject move to make water firms cut sewage discharges

The government is to reject calls to place a legal duty on water companies to reduce raw sewage discharges into rivers.

Shaggy, skittish, saved: somewhere sheep brought back from the brink

Every morning a trio of churra lebrijana sheep turn up eagerly for work, toiling away as children head to school and the rush-hour traffic grips the southern somewhere city of somewhere. Shaggy, skittish and nearly extinct, the daily outing is an unconventional attempt to help save the rare breed – by putting them to work.