BBC News - Science & Environment
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The naturalist uses a UN event to call on world leaders to do more to protect nature.
A species of maple tree gives the best protection from damaging sunlight, a study suggests.
Countries must act now to reverse biodiversity loss, Boris Johnson will tell a UN event later.
People in Lake Jackson, Texas, are urged to take precautionary measures amid contamination concerns.
The Mangrove Photography Award winners show the beauty and fragility of the unique ecosystems.
Efforts now turn to the disposal of some 350 whale carcasses after Australia's worst ever stranding.
The new coronavirus restrictions have been met with mixed reviews.
The PM promises he won't be caught "lagging" on green polices.
A skipper from Scotland has been telling how an orca pod attacked his yacht in the seas off north west Spain.
The broadcaster gains a million followers within five hours of joining the platform.
The satellite tag from a bid of prey that disappeared six years ago was found by a walker in Perthshire.
Global warming is behind the scale and impact of recent wildfires in the western US, scientists say.
New technology has been unveiled which allows humans to ask robots questions and understand their actions.
It's official, bird song did sound different during lockdown, according to a scientific study.
The UK prime minister says the UK holds extraordinary potential for wind power.
A Cuvier's beaked whale stays under water for almost four hours, leaving scientists puzzled.
The government says it is after all ideas for a sovereign satellite-navigation system post-Brexit.
The broadcaster gained more than 200,000 followers within an hour of posting his first video.
The 54-year-old construction worker ate a bag-and-a-half of black liquorice every day, doctors say.
The rich benefit most from a de facto subsidy for home heating, a report says.