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Collateral damage: How sanctions on Russia are hurting science too
The Ukraine war has all but halted decades-long scientific cooperation between the West and Russia, from space to climate research.
The only inhabitants of this unknown territory are climate scientists
Scientists are researching wildlife in the French Southern and Arctic Lands to better understand the effects of climate change and how we can adapt.
What does a 'blue blob' in the sea have to do with Iceland's glaciers?
A new study throws a light on why the glaciers have stopped melting so fast over the last decade, but the trend won't last.
The year is 2022 and we’ve finally taught goldfish to drive
To prove that navigation is a universal ability in animals, researchers at Ben-Gurion University have taught a goldfish to steer a robotic vehicle.
What's it like to celebrate Christmas in Antarctica?
When you're celebrating Christmas from one of the most remote outposts on Earth, it's all about logistics.
Would you pay €2 million to board this nuclear-powered superyacht?
The new superyacht, called Earth 300, will be free for scientists hoping to clean up our oceans and combat climate change.
We need to cut the ‘paralysing' jargon when it comes to climate change
According to new research, over three-quarters of UK residents don’t understand what ‘net zero’ means.
Ancient seeds defy sell-by 'date' to become oldest ever germinated
Seven date palm trees have been grown from 2000-year-old seeds that were found in the Judean desert near Jerusalem.
How these Nobel Prize winning scientists foresaw climate change
The Nobel Prize for physics has been split between 3 scientists working on the link between weather patterns and climate change.
What can the historic CFC ban teach us about the climate emergency?
When the hole in the ozone layer was discovered within four years a solution was found, can't we do the same for climate change?
Scientists need diversity for better climate solutions
To solve the climate crisis, leaders must create more diverse teams and international partnerships so solutions can be scaled.
Priest sews his lips together in 'desperation' over climate crisis
The Reverend says Rupert Murdoch's media organisation should be put “on trial for their role in the destruction of life on our planet.”
Is this the world's first biodegradable and compostable plastic?
Biodegradable plastics don’t fully degrade when put into compost. But this may change now with a new discovery.
Are melting glaciers causing the Earth to move under our feet?
New research shows that melting glaciers are changing the axis the earth spins on.
New climate-resistant coffee bean discovery has ‘superior flavour’
A heat-tolerant, drought-resistant species of coffee has been rediscovered by experts.
Scientists have grown a clean, green superbug that eats sewage
A superbug which eats its way through wastewater has been grown from scratch at a plant in Australia.
Can a huge balloon dropping chalk from sky help slow climate change?
Scientists at Harvard University say the chalk would reflect sunlight and, in turn, slow down global warming.
Deforestation could be cooling the planet down, say scientists
A new controversial study claims that cutting down trees might have the opposite effect on global warming.
Do environmental documentaries actually change our bad habits?
We’re wondering how much effect our binge watching of Blue Planet really has on climate change.
'Internet of Things' is being used to help trees fight climate change
Vodafone, Defra and Forest Research hope to find out how trees can be harnessed to fight climate change.
Planting grass is key to prevent future Australian wildfires
Ecologists say native grasses could be crucial in protecting the environment from future fires.
Historic ban on hairsprays helps ozone layer to heal
Weather changes from the use of harmful gases in the 1960s have started to go back to normal after the ban.
Three environment stories that passed you by due to Covid-19 coverage
There's good and bad news for Mother Nature.
AI from Google is helping identify animals deep in the rainforest
The technology could help scientists sort through millions of images of elusive endangered species.
Is the science driving tree planting trends ‘dangerously misleading’?
Researchers have claimed that the study published in July 'strongly overestimates' the impact of restoring forests.
The smallest hole in the ozone layer is closing - but is it good news?
Experts warn against getting too excited.