BBC News - Science & Environment
Three people deny obstructing trains during the Extinction Rebellion protest and are remanded in custody.
The veteran naturalist's BBC programme on climate change is his strongest warning yet on the threat of rising temperatures.
The bones of the huge creature belong to a new species which roamed east Africa 20 million years ago.
Tests on a bone, found in West Sussex, show for the first time the animal was alive in the first century AD.
A team of conservators are working to breathe new life into a collection of Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban
The UK needs to move to net zero CO2 emissions by 2025 say protestors but how hard would that be to achieve?
Scientists "accidentally" record the history of ocean plastic, including what may have been the first plastic bag to be fished out of the ocean.
Ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean to get to Britain.
US researchers spot three mother and calf pairs of the endangered North American right whale species.
Preliminary data suggests a technical glitch caused the Beresheet spacecraft to shut down its main engine at the wrong time.
There's a new addition to the family tree: an extinct species of human that's been found in the Philippines.
Secmol is an Indian school pioneering practical green education in one of the harshest environments.
For centuries, our lunar neighbour has been a source of fascination and inspiration for poets and artists.
There is hope for the world's largest carnivorous marsupials whose numbers have been ravaged by disease.
The Royal Mail is introducing e-trikes but what are other delivery companies doing to cut their emissions?
The British-led project to break the Land Speed Record is brought back from the brink of cancellation.
Jo Cameron is one of two people on Earth known to have a mutation that means she feels almost no pain.