The prime minister’s decision to delay or scrap green measures will make it harder for the UK to keep its climate commitments.
New research reveals the environmental impact of keeping tropical fish as household pets – but there are ways to reduce it.
The government’s unpredictable approach to energy-efficiency has cost progress to net zero before.
UK is home to a diverse range of jellyfish species – encounters with them may become more frequent as the ocean warms.
Research on how people adopt new technologies suggests the transition is now well under way.
We’ve become so good at using the Earth’s resources we’re endangering the systems we rely on.
What would you do with 2,000 farmed rhinos? An African charity wants them to help their wild cousins.
Clashes at a huge coal mine were the latest episode in a long struggle.
The world’s ecosystems need to be restored – and fast. Large corporations are well-placed to do so.
Invasive ants are a major threat to biodiversity, according to a study.
Some rhododendron fossils are 60 million years old, showing they were around before the Himalayas were formed.
Despite the meteoric rise of wind and solar, fossil energy sources have met most new demand in fast-growing economies.
Rishi Sunak has delayed some of the UK’s key net zero targets – a look back at history may explain why.
An ‘omega block’ helped Storm Daniel wreak devastation in Libya.
To overcome last winter’s energy crunch, France successfully introduced a 15-point ‘energy sobriety’ plan to cut gas and electricity use and reduce emissions.
The future of the traditional holiday getaway looks bleak.
Product-labelling tools have been criticised for making partial assessments of a brand’s impact.
Developers can make up for natural habitat loss themselves or pay a restoration fee to the government.
Those who grow their own food in gardens and allotments waste less and eat more healthily – but not everyone has the chance to do so.
People living in rural areas perceive the threat of climate change to be lower than people in cities.