BBC News - Science & Environment
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Climate "doomers" believe it’s far too late to do anything about climate change - but they're wrong.
Scientists say we need to future-proof our diets in a warming world by eating little-known plants.
The artwork stands in her hometown of Lyme Regis thanks to a teenager's four-year campaign.
The growth of "smart" farm machinery is increasing the risk of hacking of food and farming systems.
The aerospace company hopes its Starliner vehicle can finally prove its capabilities in orbit.
Conservation scientists hope that preserving genetic material offers future insurance against extinction
It will invest in pipelines in other countries but will speed up a shift to green energy.
"If you are black or a woman, you don't see yourself fitting in," a leading female physicist says.
A UK study says record-breaking temperatures in NW India and Pakistan are now 100 times more likely.
Massive tractors and combine harvesters could be having a lasting impact on soil, a study suggests.
Its hue was created by sunlight being projected through the Earth's atmosphere onto the Moon.
The Moon will slowly darken and turn red as it falls into Earth's shadow.
The research is an important step towards making long-terms stays on the moon possible.
Participants will be given their personal plastic footprint at the end of the week.
The mammals are moving further north into the Arctic and having an impact on landscape and people.
A new report says the government must do more to protect the land, the air and waters.
The number of big firms setting climate targets reaches a 'critical mass' say UN-backed researchers.
The final version of the 19m-long Prime rocket is to be launched from a site in Sutherland.
Theoretical physicists develop a mathematical model to explain how birds dip and dive in whirling flocks.
Campaigners say the aviation industry cannot be relied on to tackle their role in climate change.