BBC News - Science & Environment
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A new model illustrates how Anak Krakatau's deadly tsunami spread across the Sunda Strait.
A comprehensive study assesses the flood danger posed by glacial lakes across the Tibetan Plateau.
The climate change group that is urging people to get arrested to gain the attention of government.
Extinction Rebellion's fight against climate change is making headlines.
Ecologists have data showing female has settled and males in area may lead to mating.
The near-3km-long Antarctic ice core should reveal the cause of a key shift in Earth's climate past.
Ed Catmull has aphantasia, as do some of the world's best animators at Pixar.
North Norfolk Council has put nets up at Bacton to encourage birds to nest further along the coast.
Earth observation satellites are proving to be valuable tools in protecting rare sharks, say scientists.
Five doses of some inhalers are the equivalent of a nine-mile car journey, NHS advisory body says.
Big Cypress national park finds a 17ft snake weighing 140lb and carrying 73 developing eggs.
Evie, 11, has been campaigning to have a statue of one of her heroes - 19th-Century palaeontologist Mary Anning - erected in Lyme Regis. Find out more about her mission.
Drivers of older, more polluting vehicles will have to pay a fee to enter the centre of the city.
UK engineers developing a novel propulsion system say their technology has reached a new performance level.
New restrictions on drivers come into force in central London today, so how do these compare with the rest of the word?
Fine particles in the air have been linked to cancer, strokes, asthma, heart disease and possibly dementia.
An exhibition in Hertfordshire displays items for the first time since the mid-19th Century.
Secmol is an Indian school pioneering practical green education in one of the harshest environments.
Researchers from the University of Nottingham first spotted the tree in a Malaysian rainforest last August.
He taught himself to read from newspapers but went on to win a Nobel Prize.