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Chinese cities sinking under their own weight
Extracting ground water for growing urban populations causes half of China's big cities to sink.
Deadly Africa heat caused by human-induced warming
Extreme heat linked to the deaths of hundreds of people would not have happened without global warming.
Prehistoric sea reptile 'twice as long as bus'
Scientists say a fossilised jawbone found in Somerset may be from one of the biggest sea creatures ever.
Scientists probe the secrets of mega icebergs
UK researchers want to understand what triggers the Antarctic to kick out city-sized blocks of ice.
Did cloud seeding cause the Dubai flooding?
Dubai has been hit by record floods, sparking misleading speculation about cloud seeding.
Nasa: 'New plan needed to return rocks from Mars'
The US space agency is seeking a cheaper, faster solution to bring Martian rocks to Earth for study.
World's coral turns white from deadly ocean heat
Ocean heat records have been breaking for months. This is the first global evidence of the impacts on sea life.
First ever climate change victory in Europe court
"We are not made to sit in a rocking chair and knit," said one of the older Swiss women who won.
Together in wonder: North America awed by total so
Stunning spectacle is witnessed by millions across the continent. Here are some of the stories.
Hottest February marks ninth new monthly record
It's the ninth month of global temperature records in a row, driven by climate change and El Niño.
UK quits treaty that lets oil firms sue government
The ECT allowed fossil-fuel companies to sue governments for billions in compensation for lost profits.
Why firms are racing to produce green ammonia
Ammonia is essential for fertiliser production but producing it is carbon intensive.
World breaches 1.5C warming threshold for full yea
The last 12 months were the hottest on record, temporarily sending the world past a deeply symbolic mark.
Peter Higgs - the man who changed our view of the
The renowned scientist came up with revolutionary ideas in the 1960s, sparking a 50-year search for evidence.
White House wants Moon to have its own time zone
The US government has asked Nasa to develop a way to keep track of time on the Moon.
One woman’s battle to push Africa’s space race
Scientist Marie Makuate wants more African countries to have their own satellites orbiting Earth.
Elon Musk's Starship goes 'farther than ever'
The world's most powerful rocket makes a huge leap in progress in its third test flight.
UK firm's 4K video cameras head to space station
London company SEN's ultra high-definition cameras intend to stream spectacular views of Earth.
University proud of space station astronaut
Dr Mike Barratt, who teaches in Devon, is pilot of the mission to the International Space Station.
'Ice bumps' reveal history of Antarctic melting
Satellites reveal a 50-year record of climate change by tracing the lumpiness in ice surfaces.



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