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Hurricane Ian forces Nasa to shelter Artemis Moon rocket

The Artemis-I vehicle will be pulled off the launch pad in Florida to protect it from storm forces. Source link

German government sued over toxic air pollution

"Protection from air pollution is a human rights issue. Many people are starting to understand how much their life and their children's lives...

Government review of ELMS farming subsidies stokes anger

A major overhaul of farm subsidies that would pay public funds for environmental work is in doubt. Source link

How King Charles helped save British farmhouse cheese

The new king helped drive a renaissance in British cheesemaking when the industry was in crisis 30 years ago. Source link

Storm Ian delays launch of Nasa’s Artemis I Moon rocket

The launch of the American space agency's big new Moon rocket is being delayed for the third time. Source link

Would more UK gas actually bring down prices?

Prof Jonathan Stern from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies says: "The main issue is that if you started drilling tomorrow, had success...

Climate change risk to coastal castles – English Heritage

Rising sea levels are threatening ancient castles and forts at an accelerating rate, says English Heritage. Source link

Climate change: Spike in Amazon emissions linked to law enforcement

Scientists say a huge increase in deforestation in the Amazon is linked to lax law enforcement. Source link

Government formally confirms end of fracking ban

Scientific review into fracking concludes there is still a limited understanding of impacts. Source link

Artemis: Nasa’s Moon rocket completes fuelling test

The Space Launch System edges closer to a maiden flight after a successful tanking demonstration. Source link