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This is "a very serious blow" to Russian environmental protection, says Greenpeace.
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The EU is seeing an increase in commercially raised bees, with Romania leading the way.
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Three of the top 10 are in Hawaii and two are in Florida.
Fear of landslide sends Swiss villagers fleeing after warning
One hundred residents have abandoned their chalets and farms in an idyllic Swiss village after geologists warned tonnes of rocks on the mountain above them could be about to give way.
Hawaii's plans to introduce new tourist tax rejected by lawmakers
Hawaii hoped to introduce a conservation fee as tourists harass wildlife, bring invasive species and damage coral.
American Museum of Natural History in New York opens new wing
The Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation is the new wing of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. It houses some 4 million species and opens its doors today.
Europe’s first wild river park is ideal for nature lovers on a budget
White water rafting, delicious food and thermal baths await you in Eastern Europe’s newest wild river national park.
Watch: Borell gets haircut by Colombian barber
A young barber cuts the hair of EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell at a training centre for immigrants and vulnerable people in Bogotá.
Europe in bloom: The best spots to catch colourful flowers this spring
From England to Italy, beat the crowds by heading to these lesser known beauty spots this spring.
A former army barracks will become Austria's first eco-village
An Austrian eco-village that grows its own food and creates its own heat and natural materials is already home to some 40 adults and 20 children from all over the world.
First-of-its-kind funding sees US back wildlife corridors
The US Department of Transportation has announced $350 million in funding to combat vehicle-wildlife collisions.
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An appreciation of nature, safety and security are among the reasons people say this country is so happy.
Here are 6 of Europe’s cleanest river swimming spots
These destinations offer safe, clean places to take a river dip on a warm day this summer.
Albania's Vjosa becomes Europe's first wild river national park
It will be conserved as a living, free-flowing river, to the benefit of people and nature.
Death toll climbs as Cyclone Freddy slams Malawi
It’s the second time the record-breaking cyclone made landfall in mainland Africa.
Scotland’s northernmost Shetland Islands dazzle, even in winter
These wind and sea-battered islands are just the tonic for adventurous souls, as David Attenborough's new Wild Isles shows.
How to reverse ‘catastrophic’ British and Irish nature decline
More than half of Britain and Ireland’s native plants are in decline - but it’s not too late.
This map shows the environmental consequences of the war in Ukraine
Millions of hectares of forest and nature reserve have been affected since 24 February last year.
Coffee lovers are ‘increasing inequalities’. Is there a better way?
Coffee growers are are turning to indoor, hydroponic and vertical farming amidst the climate crisis.
Record number of dead whales wash up on Cyprus shores
Seismic vibrations from the recent earthquakes in Turkey and Syria may be to blame.