Kate and Alan Burrows built a house in the country to escape modern life. Their new home was made from tree trunks, mud and straw. They’re apparently allergic to modern life.
With the native red squirrel under threat of extinction in Britain by the introduced gray species, new efforts are underway to kill the latter to save the former. Is that possible, and is it fair?
In the mountains, trees are racing uphill to escape the heat - and in Canada, invasive insects have already killed massive swaths of forest. Such changes will have significant consequences for communities and ecosystems.
Political analyst Dwayne Ryan Menezes tells DW that British Prime Minister Theresa May is right to start a difficult conversation about tolerance and extremism. The UK has avoided the discussion for too long, he says.
It’s been more than a millennium since wild lynx roamed the British Isles. Now, plans to reintroduce the feline into the countryside have Britain divided.
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