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Green news roundup: Population, wild children and saving the world’s most endangered tribe

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MDG : Population : People spend the day swimming at the beach during Throne Day ,Rabat, Morocco

Environment news

World needs to stabilise population and cut consumption, says Royal Society
BP engineer’s arrest may force company to reveal internal estimates on Gulf spill
Extinct short-haired bumblebee to be reintroduced in England
Cameron to praise Britain’s leadership over renewable energy
Colin Firth launches campaign to save ‘world’s most threatened tribe’
Governments failing to avert catastrophic climate change, IEA warns
Museums on alert as organised crime looks for new sources of rhino horn

On the blogs

alt txt : Children losing touch with nature, says National Trust report

Web chat: Fiona Reynolds and Stephen Moss on children and wild places
Does consumption need tackling before population?
University of East Anglia spent £112,870 on ‘climategate’ PR
Addison Lee hit by protest and boycott following chairman comments
David Cameron downgrading of ‘keynote green speech’ to ‘remarks’ is an utter betrayal



Survival International: Save the Awá people – videoPaul Ehrlich on depopulation: ‘we’re gonna go over the top’ – audio
RSC targeted by anti-BP campaigners – video
Ten of Britain’s rarest wild flowers – in pictures
• Rare footage of white orca in wild – video

Features and comment

Air pollution in London

Boris Johnson accused of hiding London air pollution
Climate change is a human rights issue – and that’s how we can solve it
Obama launches fundraising campaign to win back environmental voters
We can save the Awá tribe
Ethical living: gardening with peat

…And finally

Spotless cheetah snapped in the wild
Photographer reveals pictures of rare big cat with a sandy golden coat and brown freckles instead of dark spots

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