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Toxic gas putting millions at risk in Middle East,
The UAE, hosts of the COP28 climate summit, is breaking its own ban on gas flaring, the BBC finds.
The T-shirt chewing enzyme ready to tackle plastic
A French start-up is ready to use an enzyme which can break down plastic on an industrial scale.
COP28: UAE planned to use climate talks to make oi
Leaked documents show how the COP28 host planned to use its role to strike fossil fuel business deals.
A23a: World's biggest iceberg on the move after 30
A giant ice block more than twice the size of Greater London is on the move, years after its formation.
Your chocolate bar - my family's struggle
Young science writer of the year award-winner delves into the environmental challenges of cocoa farming
'I thought climate change was a hoax. Now I've cha
Sarah Ott spent years as a climate change sceptic - now she's an advocate for clean energy.
Blue whales: Ocean giants return to 'safe' tropica
A year-long study finds the animals are back in the Seychelles where they were hunted in the 1960s.
COP28 ‘moment of truth’ for oil industry, says ene
The International Energy Agency says the sector must choose between worsening the climate crisis or helping solve it.
Climate change: Rise in Google searches around ‘an
Studies suggest women are more affected by the issue than men.
What is COP28 in Dubai and why is it important?
The climate change summit follows a year of weather extremes and broken temperature records.
Climate change: US and China take 'small but impor
Progress seen in climate talks between world's two biggest carbon emitters but major hurdles remain.
Could the UK's tides help wean us off fossil fuels
The UK has some of the world's most powerful tides - and is well placed to exploit their power.
Climate Change Committee says UK no longer a world
The UK's statutory climate body criticises the government for backing new oil and gas projects.
Africa proposes global carbon taxes to fight clima
Despite suffering some of the worst impacts of climate change, the continent only gets 12% of financing.
Ocean heat record broken, with grim implications f
The oceans are a vital regulator for the climate and our weather but are rapidly heating up.
Will the Gulf Stream really collapse by 2025?
A new paper says its collapse could be imminent, but some experts argue science is not established.
What is net zero and how are the UK and other coun
Carbon emissions need to be cut to "net zero" by 2050 to avoid the most dangerous climate impacts.
Euclid telescope: First images revealed from 'dark
Europe's Euclid telescope begins its quest to map the cosmos and reveal its missing components.
James Webb telescope: Baby star launches giant jet
The James Webb observatory records the giant jets and shocks created by a birthing star in Orion.
US issues first ever fine for space junk to Dish N
Dish Network will have to pay $150,000 for failing to move an old satellite far enough away from the Earth.



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