Saving the rhino means tackling demand for its horn.
AI can definitely help us monitor floods and could perhaps even deliver more accurate early-warning messages in the near future.
Mosquitoes are transferring microplastics eaten in water into birds and other non-marine animals.
As both beneficiary and victim of EU policies, yellowhammers are apt symbols for Brexit's divisions.
An 'ex-hurricane' will hit the UK and Ireland for the second consecutive year.
Relocation from risky areas is the only safe response.
Clouds formed by rising warm air currents are called 'convection clouds'. Because of all the rising air coming up, these clouds can be bumpy on top, sometimes looking like cotton wool or cauliflower.
All too often the media buzz is centred around the managed honeybee, at the expense of other wild bee species.
The US government is set to make it easier for oil and gas firms to leak methane into the atmosphere.
These 'snailfish' look too fragile to exist several miles below the waves.
Vertical farms grow more food but use much more energy, so let's consider other kinds of urban agriculture.
Scientists asked young people to draw what they would like the natural world to look like when they're older. Their imagination could help make conservationists more ambitious.
Scientists have calculated the 'water footprint' of different diets across the UK, France and Germany.
Confrontation between French and British scallop fishers goes is a warning about the resource conflicts of the future.
Rainforests may have played far more of a role in shaping human evolution than previously thought.
Scientists have modelled the effects of huge hypothetical energy projects in the desert.
The case for pragmatism, not dogma.
Food is not waste until it's wasted.
A lesser known aspect of bogs is their remarkable potential to preserve both environmental and archaeological records.
And here's what to do once a future sinkhole has been identified.
Neither country's fishing fleet has come out of this well.
Not all birds have eyes on the sides of their heads – but even those that do can see straight in front of them.
In the name of global development, the silent genocide of one of Brazil's largest ethnic groups is taking place.
Since 2005, the Barents Sea has become too warm for sea ice to exist south of the Polar Front.
Digitalisation and better energy storage are reshaping the electricity market.
Old landfills could be, quite literally, untapped gold mines.
It's not easy to get all those metals out of the ground.
The benefits of nuclear power often seem to get overshadowed. It's time the industry began sharing its vision for the future.
Scientists were not sure if an adult butterfly could remember things it learned as a caterpillar. Then a study by a team of US scientists found something very interesting.
Data collected by zoos can help scientists model the populations of endangered species.
Kerala floods show the relationship between climate change and extreme rainfall is complex.
Forget the scare stories, sharks are good for our oceans.
Oil spills, nuclear meltdowns and chemical poisonings should be taught in schools.
Waves lap against the shore on the south coast of England and the North coast of France – but the answer to this puzzle is in the wind and the land, not the waves themselves.
By 2100, heat stress in cows could see average sized dairy farms losing up to £14,000 a year.
More than 350 people have died after intense rainfall in the Indian state.