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Earthshot Prize: Costa Rica wins 1m from William'
Two friends growing coral and the country of Costa Rica are among five winners receiving 1m each.
Russian team back on Earth after filming first mov
The Russian film crew return after an ISS shoot that had its own moments of drama.
Mark Hankinson: Top huntsman guilty of encouraging
The senior huntsman gave the hunting advice in private webinars that were leaked online.
Climate change: Carbon emissions from rich countri
Emissions from the richest countries are going up again this year as the global economy rebounds.
One third of UK farmers could be depressed - surve
Regulation, the pandemic and extreme weather are among factors causing high stress to farmers.
Nuclear fusion: Five sites shortlisted for UK ener
A final decision for the location of the UK's prototype fusion energy plant is due in 2022.
Stranded 600lb turtle returned to Atlantic Ocean
The sea turtle washed ashore a riverbank in Massachusetts this week.
Lords return Environment Bill to the Commons with
The government faces pressure to get the bill passed ahead of the COP 26 climate conference.
Waste electronics will weigh more than the Great W
Discarded waste like mobile phones and TVs in 2021 could weigh more than 57 million tonnes.
Climate change: 'Adapt or die' warning from Enviro
The Environment Agency says hundreds could die in a flooding event at some point.
Building strategy to look at embodied carbon, says
Carbon emissions from making building materials - or embodied carbon - had led to calls to end demolitions.
Biodiversity loss risks 'ecological meltdown' - sc
The UK has an average of only 53% of its biodiversity left, well below the global average, study shows.
Climate change: Tracking China's steel addiction i
The BBC travels to Wuzhou to see how cities are grappling with climate targets and a "build" mantra.
Prince Charles: I understand climate activists' an
The Prince of Wales tells the BBC he sympathises with protesters - but any action must be constructive.
Climate change: Voices from global south muted by
Climate academics from some of the regions worst hit by warming are struggling to be published.
Greenpeace loses North Sea Vorlich field legal cha
The environmental group had argued permission should not have been granted by the UK government for the Vorlich oil field.
Star Trek's William Shatner blasts into space on B
The actor who played Captain Kirk in the classic TV show is the oldest person ever to go to space.
Prince William: Saving Earth should come before sp
The prince says great minds should focus "on trying to repair this planet" not exploring space.
Russian film team boldly shoot towards space stati
An actress and film director dock with the International Space Station in a first for Russia.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: 'Explosive sex'
An image of a bursting cloud of eggs and sperm as groupers mate in the Pacific is the judges' pick.
Climate change in India: Teen inventor's solar-pow
India's ironing vendors use charcoal as fuel, but Vinisha Umashankar's cart harnesses the Sun's energy.
Black scientists say UK research is institutionall
Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".
Fashionable farming - the people growing their own
A team of people in the north of England are now making clothes, from seeds to finished garments.



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