Did you know that plants, like humans, have an ‘internal clock’?
As a petition to ban the sale of artificial grass is put forward in one European country, we look at the environmental impact of fake plants.
A volcano in Iceland has awoken from a slumber that has lasted 6,000 years, give or take a year or two.
Researchers are using virtual reality to pluck spider webs like guitar strings and the sounds are awe-inspiring.
Japanese enjoy sweeping cherry blossom in spring sunshine
Europe is home to a wealth of fresh water rivers, lakes, waterfalls and glaciers which provide some of the best drinking experiences in the world. We shortlist our favourites.
Rich biodiversity in the river Vjosa is being threatened by dam building.
Often reduced to its industrial past and setting of TV show Peaky Blinders, Birmingham deserves more praise than it gets. We find out why.
Peach blossoms in early spring
Despite Baarack's hefty locks, he falls short of the world record held by a late compatriot, Chris, who made headlines when he was shorn of a 41-kilogram mane in 2015.
The country has failed to implement laws that focus on the conservation of wildlife and plants.
Tourists can now travel around Lapland in environmentally-friendly snowmobiles.