Nature’s emergency: Where we are in five graphics

Five graphics that show how nature is disappearing faster than at any other point in human…

Why is the US so bad at recycling?

Recycling has become so expensive that some cities have suspended their programmes.

Nasa instrument heads to space station to map CO2

Nasa sends an instrument to the International Space Station to track carbon dioxide on Earth.

Leuser rainforest: Are palm oil farmers shooting orangutans?

Deforestation caused by palm oil cultivation is pushing orangutans closer to farmers who see them as…

Meet the scientists studying seal poo

Scientists in the Antarctic are monitoring seal poo to keep track of what's happening in the…

Extinction Rebellion told prison is not a ‘yoga retreat’

The climate change group deletes advice saying "most prison officers are black and wish you no…

The teenagers saving Madagascar’s forest

Warnings about the future of the country's wildlife has led young locals to learn new skills…

Biodiversity heroes: The teenagers saving Madagascar’s wildlife

This quiet, teen revolution could pave the way to Madagascar's sustainable future.

Could high-flying drones power your home one day?

How kites and drones could generate electricity to supplement conventional wind turbines.

Gravitational waves hunt now in overdrive

The LIGO-VIRGO instruments tasked with detecting gravitational waves triggered five times in April.