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Mexico beaches: Swimmers warned over dangerous bacteria levels
Three beaches in Acapulco have dangerously high levels of bacteria in the water.
Heavy rains exacerbate trash problem in Brazil's Manaus
After heavy rains and record river flooding, creeks and rivers in the Amazon capital Manaus have been covered by a carpet of trash, affecting entire communities.
In Manaus, a carpet of rubbish covers the Amazon River’s tributaries
Set in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, the Brazillian city of Manaus has a massive rubbish problem.
99% of the world's population is breathing unsafe air, WHO warns
Air pollution is as bad for global health as smoking - and 89 times as bad as war. New research calculates just how many life-years it steals from us.
'Ooooh, right there': Sexy bins talk dirty in bid to stop littering
Will it stop people from littering?
The cleanest place to swim in Europe may surprise you
Here are the best - and cleanest - wild swimming spots to check out in Europe this summer.
Big tobacco is one of the world’s ‘biggest polluters’, says WHO
The tobacco industry has a devastating impact on the environment and some experts say it’s time to start treating it like the oil companies.
UK Reality show Love Island couples up with eBay in eco-bid
Can this influential show move past its fast fashion image with a new collab?
Pollution kills millions more people a year than COVID has, data shows
Toxic air, soil and water is causing around 9 million deaths a year, while modern pollutants from fossil fuels are "skyrocketing".
The real climate impact of flying could be much worse than we thought
The consequences of non-CO2 impacts could be a net warming effect on the climate that is bigger than that of CO2.
EU reveals plans for the ‘largest ever ban’ on toxic chemicals
Chemical companies create new substances every 1.4 seconds, using loopholes to evade regulations. Can a new EU ban stop them?
Meet the young pirates protecting the ocean from plastic pollution
‘Captain Fanplastic’ is one of the semi-finalists in the Afri-Plastics Challenge awarding environmental programmes in Africa.
Thousands of plastic bottles litter beach following catastrophic flood
Cleanup operations were underway after deadly floods hit parts of South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province at the beginning of last week.
The environment: the silent casualty of the Ukraine war
For humans, war is an obvious tragedy. But when the fighting stops, another more silent victim is discovered: the natural environment itself.
99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air
Air quality is poorest in WHO's Eastern Mediterranean and Southeast Asia regions, followed by Africa.
Greta Thunberg gets invite onto floating home made from rubbish
Brazilian artist Luiz Fernando Barreto built his floating house on Pavuna River in Rio de Janeiro to bring awareness to the pollution of its waters.
Microplastics discovered in human blood - should we be worried?
The miniscule particles have been found in 22 healthy blood donors.
Why is the snow in Antarctica turning from white to black?
How black carbon pollution is causing Antarctica’s snow to darken - and melt faster
Bodies of COVID victims could be polluting water, scientists say
During decomposition the human body leaches heavy metals into the soil, potentially contaminating water supplies.
Portugal's government approves lithium mining despite growing concerns
Portugal’s government gave the lucrative mining industry permission to extract the metal in six different parts of the country despite widespread environmental concerns.
Living in a bubble: Did this failed 90s experiment predict the future?
The story of Biosphere 2 is controversial but those who took part say it taught them a lot about respecting the planet.
Londoners told to avoid exercise as pollution levels rocket
The warning comes as PM2.5 concentrations are 6.5 times higher than WHO guideline levels.
Return of the tequila fish gives scientists something to cheer about
The 7cm fish has been reintroduced to Mexico nearly 20 years after it disappeared from the wild.
Why are eels so expensive and what is the future of the Japanese dish?
Eels are a much-loved delicacy in Japan - but the animals are now so endangered that they command eyewatering prices.
Are microplastics making us resistant to antibiotics?
Polystyrene is pretty much everywhere - in plastic packaging, teabags, clothing and take-away food containers - this means we’re likely ingesting millions of bacteria laced with microplastics.
Could the ‘dump of death’ near Mostar be making locals ill?
A landfill near Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina is leaking black fluid containing copper, lead, zinc, and arsenic at worrying levels according to test results taken by locals who are worried the dumpsite is attributed to deaths from cancer.