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.
Climate change and overfishing have destroyed livelihoods, so many locals have been forced into the forest.
As carbon dioxide emissions continue to increase, scientists are looking to the past.
After the warm glow of self-satisfaction comes the realisation that this is going to be really, really tough.
The main mayoral candidates agree air quality is a huge issue, but disagree on policies.
Over 100 species are dependent on Ash trees for survival – we need to act fast.
Researchers have long used such techniques to learn about currents and tides.
Over 8,500 were killed in the 2015 Nepal earthquake, so how is the country coping?
Why Earth Day needs to more than an opportunity for environmentalists to spread the word.
Widespread adoption of a largely meat-free diet could feed the world and leave our forests intact.
How the dustiest place on Earth fuels the biodiversity of the Amazon and causes mud rain in Europe.
Disney's latest hit movie has inspired Chinese people to keep Saharan foxes as pets.
There's a near-consensus among relevant experts in academia, NGOs and parliament.
Highly prized and extremely rare, it's hard to tell if you've stumbled on this piece of sperm whale 'product'.
Busting some myths about European farm subsidies.
The idea of non-human consciousness raises a host of philosophical questions.
Lions and leopards seem to prefer cattle belonging to farmers who treat their workers badly. Don't blame the animals – this is a human problem.
A new study confirms that 97% of publishing climate scientists believe humans are causing global warming.