BBC News - Science & Environment
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An ice block approaching the size of London splits from the White Continent, close to Halley station.
Nations' current carbon-cutting plans will not keep global temperature rise below 1.5C, the UN says.
Fishing community leaders say Greenpeace's action is dangerous and illegal.
The National Trust is planning to plant dozens of blossoming trees at different sites around the UK.
Protected land reserved for Brazil's indigenous communities is being traded on the social network.
A computer program that can solve 1980s exploration games could help improve robot intelligence.
The 19th Century fossil hunter's achievements were often overlooked during her own lifetime.
Researchers are developing new technology to help reduce human-elephant conflicts.
Jamie Hill said taking the stunning photos of the northern cardinal was "once in a lifetime".
Scientists say a pledge by shooting groups to phase out lead shot has had no detectable effect.
Walker Swamp had been destroyed by 150 years of farming - now it is replenished and welcoming life.
Campaigners call for Chancellor Rishi Sunak to make system changes including a carbon emissions tax.
Scientists determined the painting's age by examining ancient wasp nests around the artwork.
Numbers are plunging due to pollution, unsustainable fishing and the draining of rivers.
The SpaceX mission will make Hayley Arceneaux the first person with a prosthesis to visit space.
The US space agency has movies its Perseverance robot shot in the approach to last week's touchdown.
Director Martin Scorsese says streaming algorithms demean cinema and treat viewers as consumers.
Nasa releases an astonishing image of its new Mars robot taken just moments before touchdown.
NASA told the singer they would play his cover of David Bowie's Life On Mars as they landed
The rover touched down successfully on Thursday in Mars' Jezero Crater.