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Environmental campaigners dub the 1,572 locations across Wales "ticking time bombs".
The asteroid that killed off the dinosaurs gave birth to tropical rainforests, a study suggests.
A submersible has reached the USS Johnston, which lies 6.5km beneath the waves in the Pacific.
The Seal Alliance warns that getting too close to the animals can lead to their injury and death.
Just one of 20 retailers contacted by The Wildlife Trusts says it will remove peat from its shelves this year.
In a monthly feature, we explain how warming waters threaten the survival of a wonder of the seas.
Climate change: Should aviation be allowed to expand?
Togo has found a new way to send emergency cash to people struggling in the pandemic.
Indian minister lashes out at plans to cut emissions dramatically over the next three decades.
Downing Street sources reject reports the COP26 meeting in Glasgow will be postponed until next year.
Waterways in England had sewage discharged into them for three million hours
The animal had horns and a large skull making it a fearsome predator around 85 million years ago.
Nobel laureate Sir Paul Nurse also says science is crucial for dealing with climate change.
A small minority of frequent flyers dominates air travel in countries with high aviation emissions.
Despite an official UK invite, China is not taking part in a key summit on climate and development.
The early peak is thought to be linked to climate change as spring temperatures rise.
A glacier in western Uganda is disappearing, endangering the traditions of those who live nearby.
Spaceflight and endurance swimming can both cause the heart to lose mass, say researchers.
A BBC undercover reporter saw practices that could mean people receiving a wrong test result.
Imports of coffee, cocoa and beef in rich countries cause the loss of almost four trees per person per year.