Quick Links 12th January 2016

Each week I’ll try and post quick links to things that I’ve seen, read or just sparked my interest in the previous week. Mostly gardening, cooking and environmental stuff but not always.

Climate change could dry up global power production, study warns [The Guardian]

The best way to honour Charles Rothschild’s legacy is to cherish Britain’s wild places [The Guardian]

London zoo conducts its annual animal stocktake – in pictures [The Guardian]

Make Cold Pressed Coffee [Mom’s Food Blog]

A sarcophagus in the greenhouse [The Guardian Country Diary]

Tracey Curtis-Taylor finishes UK to Australia biplane flight [BBC News]

12 Houseplants That Are Dangerous to Dogs (and Cats!) [The Bark Blog]

The Week In Wildlife – In Pictures [The Guardian]

Endangered: the police unit that protects wildlife from human cruelty [The Guardian]

EU scientists begin review of ban on pesticides linked to bee declines [The Guardian]

Human impact has pushed Earth into the Anthropocene, scientists say [The Guardian]

Warm winter at an end as cold snap brings relief for Britain’s birds [The Guardian]