BBC Science & Environment

26 Jan. 2023
Take up of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme is lagging behind schedule
26 Jan. 2023
They say it is "perfectly understandable" that people are upset that wild camping was restricted.
27 Jan. 2023
About the size of a bus, the space rock whipped over the southern tip of South America.
26 Jan. 2023
Landowners and farmers in England are told exactly what environmental work they will be paid for.
26 Jan. 2023
Viral videos of minerals with apparent electrical properties are not what they seem.
25 Jan. 2023
Researchers believe that gestures used by great apes were an evolutionary "starting point" for our language.
24 Jan. 2023
Major artists including FKA Twigs will work with children across 500 museums to create wildlife artworks.
15 Jan. 2023
In 1971 Edward Carpenter discovered plastic floating about in the Atlantic Ocean.
11 Jan. 2023
Global temperatures and rain patterns are affected by climate phenomena known as El Niño/La Niña.
26 Dec. 2022
About 20% of our water supply is lost to leaks and scientists say miniature 'pipe robots' could help.
14 Dec. 2022
Will a plan to protect 30% of the planet for nature by 2030 be agreed and how will it work?
8 Dec. 2022
New money for climate damage, but little progress on emissions. A round up of what was agreed in Egypt.
20 Nov. 2022
The biggest win on climate since the Paris Agreement in 2015... or the biggest loss?
15 Nov. 2022
Young campaigners say they are calling out "greenwashing" at COP27 from the inside.
16 Nov. 2022
Women barely feature in negotiations in Egypt despite bearing the brunt of climate change.
24 Jan. 2023
The EU's Sentinel-2 satellite obtains a crystal clear image of Antarctica's new monster iceberg.
24 Jan. 2023
The new super space telescope has been studying some of the darkest, coldest regions of space.
12 Jan. 2023
The new super space observatory probes a dynamic star factory 200,000 light years from Earth.
10 Jan. 2023
Plans for the UK to become a satellite-launching state are already well advanced.
25 Dec. 2022
It's a year since the James Webb telescope launched, and we've marvelled at its pictures ever since.
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