If children lose contact with nature they won't fight for it
With half of their time spent at screens, the next generation will be poorly equipped to defend the natural world from harm
The great indoors has become a far more dangerous place than the diminished world beyond.' Illustration by Daniel Pudles
'One woe doth tread upon another's heel, So fast they follow". That radical green pressure group PriceWaterhouseCoopers warns that even if the present rate of global decarbonisation were to double, we would still be on course for 6C of warming by the end of the century. Confining the rise to 2C requires a sixfold reduction in carbon intensity: far beyond the scope of current policies.
A new report shows that the UK has lost 20% of its breeding birds since 1966: once common species such as willow…
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