BBC News - Science & Environment
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The climate campaigner is concerned about the impact of Covid on attendance at the Glasgow summit.
Marine scientists set out to study the 'year of the quiet ocean' following the pandemic.
Are the activities of the fishing industry destroying the world's oceans as a new film suggests?
Heavy goods vehicles powered by batteries can compete with diesel ones, say researchers.
Many companies want to exploit deep sea minerals but campaigners warn it could damage fragile ecosystems.
We take a look at why these unusual clots happen and when they occur.
Scientists reveal how male gorillas tell others how big and strong they are by chest beating.
Bitcoin emissions in China exceed the total emissions of the Czech Republic and Qatar, study says.
Rare clues to Mesolithic life in Scotland's mountains add to evidence previously found in Perthshire and Dumfries.
The Wildlife Trusts says it wants 30% of UK land and sea to be set aside for nature by 2030.
Physicists may have just made a major breakthrough in our understanding of the Universe.
The boss of the RAC Foundation says drivers in urban areas should consider which car is most appropriate.
Sunny and windy weather led to a surge in renewable sources of energy, the operator says.
The government is to take more time to examine a £150m scheme to redevelop Leeds Bradford Airport.
The Bronze Age engravings are a map of part of Brittany, north-west France, researchers believe.
One impact of lockdown is that there has been a big reduction in light pollution in some areas.
The vitamin is being studied - but why do some claim evidence is being ignored?
A long-running dispute over plans to start mining the ocean floor has suddenly flared up.
Conservationists urge Tenby tourists to enjoy the stray mammal's temporary visit "from a distance".
Marine scientist Professor Jessica Meeuwig on her hopes for a new ocean monitoring system.