Instead of looking up or out, we need a combined approach.
Cephalopods are able to adapt rapidly to changing conditions.
Science and technology has always helped us feed the world. GM has more to offer, if we let it.
Britain's future could be bright – but first the grid needs a major upgrade.
Closing the passage between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans strengthened the gulf stream and helped kick off ice ages.
Scientists are using maps and data to identify which areas are most at risk.
Sadly the finding that children, especially poorer children, suffer the most from air pollution isn't particularly surprising.
There's a genetic side to animal welfare.
Saving the world’s forests and oceans means putting an end to slavery run by criminal gangs.
As grassland turns to desert, dust is blown into the atmosphere and across oceans.
The recent Canadian wildfires revealed the need for cutting-edge disaster management strategies.
Banning the hunts would harm the Inuit more than it would help the bears.
A metal found in industrial wastes could help store solar and wind energy until it's needed.
Expect $33 billion of damage ... and that's just for starters.
Climate change isn't the only thing making sea levels higher and cyclones more intense.
It's a daunting technical challenge. But the key question is whether such engineering is socially acceptable.
Scientists are working to bring this large, unique frog back from the brink of extinction.
The economics of making biofuels from algae no longer add up, but a lesson from the oil industry could make them viable.
How do you sell something that people want, but aren't prepared to admit to? No, the online dating industry doesn't know either.
Accurately counting cheetah numbers is crucial to ensuring the survival of the species.
If it weren't for Sir David's enchanting work, this wildlife professor would probably be an accountant.
The Game of Thrones universe could fight off those long winters – if it had an industrial revolution.
Yes, editors have the right to search out diverging views. But readers also have the right to object to distorted or biased coverage.
The British capital is more wasteful than anywhere else in England.
Dealing with fossil fuels means working out how to deal with shared resources. While economists might argue that we tend to selfishness, psychology offers another way.