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The Antarctic and Arctic sounds rarely heard befor
The poles are not known for being noisy but a project reveals their weird and wonderful sounds.
How beavers are reviving wetlands
Wetlands are being lost at a faster rate than forests, but in some regions beavers are part of the solution.
Bird flu 'spills over' to otters and foxes in UK
Scientists will monitor the virus, but UK health chiefs say the risk to the public is very low.
Why have there been no named winter storms this ye
The UK hasn't seen a single named storm so far this autumn and winter. But why?
Horses and dogs sailed with Vikings to Britain, sa
A Viking leader probably chose his favourite animals to board a longboat to England, scientists say.
Newly discovered green comet comes close to Earth
The cosmic ball of ice and dust is about to make its closest approach to our planet.
Log burner rule change in England could land users
The tightening of regulations may lead to criminal records for those flouting them, a new policy says.
The man who first discovered plastic in the ocean
In 1971 Edward Carpenter discovered plastic floating about in the Atlantic Ocean.
What are El Niņo and La Niņa, and how do they chan
Global temperatures and rain patterns are affected by climate phenomena known as El Niņo/La Niņa.
Water pipe robots could stop billions of litres le
About 20% of our water supply is lost to leaks and scientists say miniature 'pipe robots' could help.
Biodiversity: Can we set aside a third of our plan
Will a plan to protect 30% of the planet for nature by 2030 be agreed and how will it work?
COP27: What was agreed at the Sharm el Sheikh clim
New money for climate damage, but little progress on emissions. A round up of what was agreed in Egypt.
Climate change: Five key takeaways from COP27
The biggest win on climate since the Paris Agreement in 2015... or the biggest loss?
COP27: Without Greta, activists make waves at clim
Young campaigners say they are calling out "greenwashing" at COP27 from the inside.
COP27: Lack of women at negotiations raises concer
Women barely feature in negotiations in Egypt despite bearing the brunt of climate change.
Clouds part to reveal colossal Antarctic iceberg
The EU's Sentinel-2 satellite obtains a crystal clear image of Antarctica's new monster iceberg.
Webb telescope hunts life's icy chemical origins
The new super space telescope has been studying some of the darkest, coldest regions of space.



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