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EU environment ministers meet off the back of COP15 deal
A fresh injection of impetus was given to a meeting of EU environment ministers in Brussels after the international deal over the weekend which aims to protect 30% of the world’s landmass and seas by 2030.
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Plants help their offspring adapt to climate change by passing down traits, scientists have claimed.
Wild baby bison born in UK for first time in millennia
The bison calf was an unexpected, but delightful surprise, for two English wildlife charities that are carrying out a rewilding project.
Black is the new green for Chernobyl's radiation-beating frogs
Almost 40 years after the Chernobyl accident, scientists found lasting effects in its frog population - but they had a plan.
Scientists discover new ecosystem 500m below the Maldives’ surface
Scientists on a 34-day mission in the Maldives have discovered a new oasis of life deep in the Indian ocean.
Greenpeace: Saudi Arabia ski resort will ‘massively alter’ ecosystem
Saudi Arabia will host the 2029 Asian winter games - despite receiving very little natural snow.
How many ants are there on Earth? Researchers reveal staggering number
There are 2.5 million ants for every single living human, new research has revealed.
Birds losing habitat in the Netherlands due to rising sea levels
Due to global warming, the water level of the Wadden Sea is rising, and the mudflats where birds look for food are now submerged.
Large, long-lived mammals more likely to survive extreme weather
As extreme weather events become more common, all animals will feel the heat - but some are more vulnerable than others.
World Elephant Day: Human populations block 'ecosystem caretaker' role
These days, climate change is an even bigger threat to the conservation of these gentle giants than poaching.
Oil spill in the Bahamas turns crystal clear beach orange
Even small oil spills can harm or kill ocean life, especially if they're in sensitive areas such as beaches.
Hope for fish as hundreds of European dams demolished
Environmentalists are celebrating after a record 200 dams were removed from Europe’s rivers in 2021 - but there’s still a lot of work to do.
Big cats could return to Scotland, new study reveals
Lynx have been successfully reintroduced in some parts of Europe. Could Scotland be next?
Scientists have warned that 90% of coral reefs could die in 30 years
An international team of scientists have warned that coral reefs, one of the most important ecosystems on Earth, could perish due to climate change.
Supersized goldfish are shocking locals in this region of Canada
Goldfish are thriving in Canada’s stormwater ponds and affecting local ecosystems.
Laughing seals and sunbathing foxes: The best wildlife photos of 2022
Celebrate World Wildlife Day with these stunning animal photos.
Italy makes protecting the environment a part of its constitution
The state must now safeguard biodiversity, ecosystems and the environment.
Chemical pollution has now passed safe planetary limit, scientists say
The rate at which we are producing chemicals has now outstripped our ability to assess and monitor their risk to the environment.
Game of Trawls: Smart nets could save millions of fish
French oceanographic institution Ifremer is testing smart trawls to avoid unnecessary catches.