The Indian summer monsoon rainfall affects the lives of over a billion people. By looking at how prehistoric climate changes affected it, scientists can contribute to its future prediction.
The school strikes are a serious moral challenge to climate inaction, but they must overcome certain challenges to maintain momentum.
Sometimes, two different animals will evolve to have a similar adaptation, even when they are not closely related. Flight is an excellent example.
How can the climate strikers' demands of system change be met?
It's good to know how currents are formed in the ocean, as they can be quite dangerous!
What's the best thing I can do to help the climate? How long is the planet going to last? These questions and more answered by a climate scientist.
Supermarkets and farms have acted to ensure they discard fewer "ugly" and "wonky" fruit and vegetables. However, the bulk of the problem lies with households.
Storm clusters with even more power to devastate have been rising in frequency.
A psychologist explains why we should accept that we will never live in the Anthropocene.
Our closest relatives show distinct cultural behaviour in different populations. But those differences are being erased.
The tailing dam collapse at the Brumadinho mine has shocked the world, but can we really be sure that 'never again' truly means never again?
The original New Deal caused a "great acceleration" in carbon emissions. How will a Green New Deal forge its own legacy?
From the reappearance of giant bees to sightings of clouded leopards – can we ever be certain that a species has died out?
New and stronger evidence confirms global warming will mean more intense and frequent floods, heatwaves and droughts.
Amid a growing human population, African elephants are confined to an increasingly managed existence. Do we want more for one of the world's most loved species?
Our new high school science courses get pupils involved in ongoing climate science research.
Molluscs that have shells - like pipis, clams and oysters - have to build their own shell from scratch. And they keep building it their whole life, using chemicals from the sea and their own bodies.
How theatre and artwork allowed us to better address severe air pollution.
Wildfires broke out across the British Isles during a recent heatwave. But the burning question of the link to climate change does not have an easy answer.
The pressure in the deepest part of the ocean can be 1,000 times greater than the pressure we experience at sea level – but creatures that live and visit there have some very special features.