BBC News - Science & Environment
Updated: 2 hours 23 min ago
Move over David Brent, settle down John Betjeman, the town is going to be an environmental pioneer.
Seven-year-old Elizabeth built her own rocket and launched it into the sky during lockdown.
Famous landmarks around the world have been switching off their lights to raise awareness of environmental issues.
How demand for energy has been central to the development of humanity.
Homeowners were invited to apply for grants to insulate houses but the scheme is being suddenly ended.
The space agency rules out a 2068 threat to Earth from the "poster child for hazardous asteroids".
Scientists say they have worked out how teeth become sensitive and hurt with cold food and drinks.
Activity on the sun, crucial for generating the charged particles we see in the sky as the aurora, is now on the increase . Our BBC Weather Watchers have grabbed some great shots of the recently and there could be more opportunities in the coming years as solar activity increases. Simon King finds out more.
As Bangladesh turns 50, a UK-Bangladeshi reflects on how climate change affects his parent's country.
Operations are continuing to move a 400 metre long vessel stuck in the Suez Canal since Tuesday.
The ivory trade and habitat loss combine to push Africa's elephants closer to extinction.
As people all over the world mask up, how has the facial-recognition industry coped?
The banknote will enter circulation on 23 June - Alan Turing's birthday - and will be made of polymer.
Tree felling is helping to restore an ancient ecosystem which can store even more carbon than trees do.
A rare environment on Australia's Lord Howe Island has faced a complex battle for survival.
The Earth's relationship with plastic started over 100 years ago. But is it time we broke up?
A "unique and extraordinary" sight has come to the sacred rock, after days of heavy rain.
More oil and gas wells are to be drilled in the North Sea, the UK government announces.
A team working at the Large Hadron Collider finds signs of new physical laws.
It looks like the viruses that cause colds wins in the battle to infect our cells.