BBC News - Science & Environment
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Breathtaking images capture the spectacular lunar event in the skies above Europe.
Vets stress that pets pose little to no risk to their owners but recommend keeping cats indoors.
The story of the first women ever to take an active role in a Nasa mission.
Hungry rats unable to feed off restaurant leftovers are coming on to the streets and nearer homes.
The team behind the first image of a black hole reveals something else from that historic picture.
Mass tree planting could harm the environment if badly planned, a report warns.
The British Antarctic Survey is juggling planes and ships to get its people off the White Continent.
Climate change: Use crisis to turn aviation green, say campaigners
Data from Cold War nuclear bomb tests help scientists accurately age whale sharks for the first time.
The Bronx Zoo in New York says this case of human-to-animal transmission appears to be unique.
Conservation experts say the pandemic is a watershed moment for curbing global wildlife trade.
The critically endangered Eastern Pacific leatherback's future looks "dire," say conservationists.
Dr William Frankland, known as "the grandfather of allergy", developed the idea of a pollen count.
The motoring organisation predicts a permanent reduction in the demand for travel.
Scientists say trees have a role to play in combating noise pollution in urban environments.
Two million years ago, Africa was home to three human-like species, new discoveries reveal.
The figure is the equivalent of 18.5 tonnes of material per person and that has increased.
Experts are set to assess the value of face masks in helping slow the spread of coronavirus.
A key climate conference due in November is delayed due to disruption caused by the coronavirus.
Researchers say there are good reasons to be optimistic about the future of our oceans.