BBC News - Science & Environment
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Two British companies are to push forward with the development of an ultra-low-cost radar satellite.
Boston Tea Party's owner said global coffee shop brands were "putting profits before the planet".
The head of the US space agency said last week's anti-satellite weapon test was a "terrible thing".
The countdown begins to the launch of one of the world's boldest attempts to tackle air pollution.
Visitors to a glacier in Iceland scrambled to safety as a section broke, off creating a large wave.
People watching Blue Planet Live on Sunday were left in shock after a seagull snatched a baby turtle as it was released on the beach.
Romeo, known as the world's loneliest frog, had spent 10 years living in isolation at an aquarium.
Scientists found the song Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites led to mosquitoes attacking hosts less often.
Climate scientists from around the world are meeting in Edinburgh to plan future strategy.
There's fresh hope for the world's largest carnivorous marsupials whose numbers have been ravaged by disease.
Remarkable fossils shed light on the minutes and hours that followed the Earth-changing asteroid strike.
The Royal Mail is introducing e-trikes but what are other delivery companies doing to cut their emissions?
A fungus that kills amphibians is responsible for the biggest loss of nature from a single disease.
The analysis could provide information on the animals genetics and the diseases that affect them.
Valery Bykovsky, who holds the record for the longest solo spaceflight in history, dies aged 84.
The World Meteorological Organization says that the physical and financial impacts of global warming are speeding up.
The British-led project to break the Land Speed Record is brought back from the brink of cancellation.
Environmental activist Wonne Afronelly says she wants to clean up the city sitting at the mouth of the Niger River, which carries a lot of the world's plastic pollution.
Nasa does not have enough right-sized spacesuits for a planned all-female spacewalk, so a man will step in.
The cave is near the desert site where the Bible says Lot’s wife was turned into a pillar of salt