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We need to start fracking to work out how to stop it causing earthquakes, says Jacob Rees-Mogg

It is still fiendishly difficult to predict where and when fracking operations will trigger earthquakes. The Government’s solution? Roll out fracking → Read More

Boohoo appears to have wrongly labelled hundreds of items as sustainable, against own guidelines

Activists have accused the fast fashion brand of “greenwashing” as i investigation reveals polyester trousers and miniskirts are among items included in sustainable range, apparently breaking Boohoo's own rules → Read More

The Queen’s funeral guests: Which celebrities are attending, from David Attenborough to Andrew Lloyd Webber

Up to 2,000 people are expected to gather in Westminster Abbey on Monday for the funeral service → Read More

Paignton Zoo closes due to suspected bird flu outbreak as experts warn virus is 'devastating' seabird colonies

Devon attraction says it will close for at least two days while officials investigate 'a potential case of avian influenza' → Read More

Northern Ireland to roll out ‘greener petrol’, more than a year after the rest of the UK thanks to EU delays

Use of E10 in Northern Ireland was delayed because under the Northern Ireland Protocol the shift to E10 is subject to the approval of EU countries and the European Commission → Read More

What the boss of your water company earns and how much sewage discharge they're responsible for

Many water company bosses are enjoying multimillion-pound salaries and bonuses, even as billions of litres of sewage are poured into the country’s rivers and oceans → Read More

Teenagers are filming attacks on badgers and hares to become wildlife crime 'influencers'

Officer warn horrific footage of wildlife crime is spreading on social media as young men share their 'trophy' kills → Read More

Flood risk: Expert reveals how to prevent curb-side flooding using water butts and lawn prodding

When grass is brown it is a good indication that the soil is completely dry, and will act like 'concrete' when rain falls (Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire) → Read More

Hot weather and drought leaves apple crop sun-scorched and undersized, as farmers pray for rain

“Everyone is concerned it is not going to rain enough,” says apple grower Alison Capper → Read More

Hosepipe bans: Most water companies have never prosecuted anyone for breaching rules

Millions of households are now living under water restrictions as parts of the UK officailly suffer a drought → Read More

UK drought shrinks potatoes, onions and other crops as farmers warn effects of heat could last into 2023

Supermarkets are being urged to relax product specifications to allow undersized potatoes and onions onto store shelves, amid rising concerns the drought poses a threat to food production. → Read More

How to keep your house cool in hot weather, from clever plant hack to designated 'cool room'

There are simple ways to keep your house cool as the weather heats up this weekend → Read More

Hosepipe bans could last until Christmas if dry weather continues, warn water companies

Water suppliers say it will take months of rainfall to recharge reserviors and aquifers → Read More

This heatwave shows us how much work the UK has to do to prepare for extreme weather

Colliford Lake where water levels have severely dropped, exposing the unseen trees and rocks at Cornwall's largest lake and reservoir (Photo: Ben Birchall/PA Wire) → Read More

Heatwave: All households should have water meters to curb risk of future shortages, senior MP warns

Water meters have been shown to cut household water usage by 20 per cent → Read More

How to keep your home cool as data reveals Britons sweltered in 'lethal' conditions during July heatwave

Average temperatures in UK homes reached 29°C in July but, with another heatwave on the way, one of the most effective ways of limiting heat is to create shade → Read More

Waitrose removes ‘best before’ labels from fruit and veg, telling shoppers to use the ‘sniff test’ instead

'Best before' labels to be removed from almost 500 items of fresh produce, including lemons, apples and cucumbers → Read More

Spend £20bn to avoid taps running dry and queues for bottled water, officials warned

Spend £20bn on plugging leaks to prepare the country for hotter, drier summers, water chiefs warned → Read More

Chris Packham accuses McDonald’s of ‘massive error’ after it cuts down 11 trees to make way for fake grass

Fast-food chain faces backlash for felling mature trees in restaurant car park in London borough of Haringey → Read More

40°C heatwave pushed UK grid to the brink of blackouts with electricity demand close to outstripping supply

Searing temperatures caused cables to swell and power stations to struggle, almost sparking widespread power cuts → Read More