BBC News - Science & Environment
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Experts suggest much of the water Mars once had is now locked up in minerals.
But the government says Brexit enables the UK to set its own rules to deliver better environmental outcomes.
A jet fuel made from food waste has the potential to reduce emissions from flying, scientists say.
Significant storms have been forming earlier than usual in recent years.
Scientists have turned polythene into fabrics in a move they say can make fashion more sustainable.
Beekeeper Erika Thompson says the video, viewed over a million times, was "just a normal Tuesday".
Dene Bingham photographs dangerous seas and wild places from a remote coast in Western Australia.
A seagrass that's one of the world's most powerful weapons against climate change is under threat from warming waters.
The 2,000-year-old mechanism has baffled experts since it was discovered on a shipwreck in 1901.
Three weeks of spectacular blasts have amazed onlookers - but caused untold damage for Sicilians.
Gardeners are being urged to be on alert for the stink bug and other pests predicted to arrive in the UK.
Ministers were warned the proposal is damaging the UK's reputation ahead of a major climate summit.
When suppliers make green energy the default choice, consumers stick with it even if it's costly.
Kathleen Folbigg has been called Australia's worst female murderer - now scientists doubt her guilt.
Software originally used to diagnose genetic disorders can detect sewage spills, experts say.
The pandemic is taking a "severe toll" on conservation efforts, says a study published by the IUCN.
Ten years on from Japan’s triple disaster, a survivor remembers the day his entire family disappeared.
John Hollis has antibodies that can kill the virus and variants but the discovery was nearly missed.
Campaigners say UK government protections on the environment are already being flouted.
A tsunami struck the Japanese plant in 2011, leading to the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.