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Fridays for Future: German youth lead climate change charge

Protests in the west German city of Aachen were exuberant with young people demanding action over words, as bleak warnings from U.N. scientists have helped propel the movement and brought Green parties to their strongest showings yet. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Cookbook serves up insects and algae as future foods

Food innovation cookbook "Future Food Today", by IKEA-backed research lab Space10, is a collection of sustainable recipes using ingredients such as dried grasshoppers and mealworms. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

William and Kate try their hand at sheep shearing

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a farm in England's Lake District on Tuesday (June 11), where they tried their hand at sheep shearing. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Rivers around the world are contaminated with antibiotics - global study

Some of the world's most famous rivers are contaminated with antibiotics - at least one more than 300 times over the safe limit. Researchers at the University of York finding the drugs at 65 of sites

World's big firms see $1tln hit from climate change

The world's biggest firms are expecting climate change to cost them over $1 trillion, according to a report published Tuesday. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

Climate change forces funds to rethink holdings

Portfolio managers are finding that even environmentally-friendly companies are not immune from the hazards of climate change - and are dumping them from their fast-growing socially-conscious funds as a result.

Hungry chimps crack open tortoise shells for food

The first observations of wild chimpanzees cracking open tortoise shells to feed on the meat inside have been recorded by scientists from Germany in Gabon. Lauren Anthony reports.

Plastic junk upcycled into funky speakers

Sustainable design studio Gomi is upcycling plastic waste into unique and colourful casings for Bluetooth speakers. Matthew Stock reports.

Deepest-ever sub dive finds plastic on ocean floor

On the deepest dive ever made by a human inside a submarine, a Texas investor found something he could have found in the gutter of nearly any street in the world: trash. No reporter narration.

Underwater ultrasound scans manta rays without contact

Teams from the University of Cambridge and the Manta Trust are using an underwater ultrasound device to scan pregnant manta rays for first time without touching them. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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