To pack a trunk or not? Battle over retirement plans of ‘Britain’s loneliest elephant’, saved from the circus

To pack a trunk or not? Battle over retirement plans of ‘Britain’s loneliest elephant’, saved from the circus

She’s a grande dame who over the years has made headlines for surviving more horrors than anyone should in a lifetime. And now, in the twilight of her life, she is again in the spotlight but unaware of the controversy surrounding her future. Anne, Britain’s last circus elephant, captured hearts in 2011 when video footage […]

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Measures to arrest nature’s decline must be passed into law, say MEPs

Measures to arrest nature’s decline must be passed into law, say MEPs

If humanity wants to reverse the widespread destruction of the natural world, biodiversity needs legal protection like the Paris agreement on climate change, members of the European parliament have said. Action to halt biodiversity decline is based on voluntary commitments but, less than a year before a crucial UN biodiversity conference in China, MEPs pointed […]

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