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Almost 60% of oil and gas and 90% of coal must stay in the ground to keep global warming below 1.5C.
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14h 14 hours ago Science & Environment Fossil fuels must stay underground, scientists say Almost 60% of oil and gas and 90% of coal must stay in the ground to keep global warming below 1.5C.
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3h 3 hours ago Science & Environment Hubble successor given mid-December launch date The $10bn James Webb Space Telescope is expected to ride its Ariane rocket to orbit on 18 December.
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1d a day ago Science & Environment Comments UK ‘cut climate pledges’ for Australia trade deal Government ministers agreed to cut climate commitments to clinch the deal it has emerged.
Scotland’s thriving space sector is trying to have a reduced impact on the planet.
1d a day ago Science & Environment Comments UK ‘cut climate pledges’ for Australia trade deal Government ministers agreed to cut climate commitments to clinch the deal it has emerged.
A slice of the Gloucestershire driveway hit by a space rock in February will go on show in London.
Images show the massive channels cut by rivers that ran under Northern Europe’s ancient ice sheets.
14h 14 hours ago Science & Environment Fossil fuels must stay underground, scientists say Almost 60% of oil and gas and 90% of coal must stay in the ground to keep global warming below 1.5C.
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The $10bn James Webb Space Telescope is expected to ride its Ariane rocket to orbit on 18 December.
1d a day ago Science & Environment Winchcombe meteorite driveway to go on display A slice of the Gloucestershire driveway hit by a space rock in February will go on show in London.
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