We have the technology to temporarily shift wet weather elsewhere.
'Smell-free seas' would be a disaster for marine life.
Current climate pledges mean emissions will be too high in 2030 to stop dangerous global warming. But there are a number of things we can do to fix this.
When it comes to reducing air pollution, scoring and ranking cities is neither accurate, nor productive.
A major report on why energy bills are so expensive was published the day after the vote for Brexit.
All too often the environment’s advocates are portrayed as outsiders, elitist, out of touch.
Jump on the Glastonbury bus, bring your tent back home afterwards, and promote long term behaviour change.
While planes still emit too much carbon, they may also help the climate by ensuring clouds bounce more sunlight back into space.
Most people say they want to save money and the environment, but their actions suggest otherwise.
Just dirty and disorderly? Sex work has a more complex role in the community than is commonly portrayed.
A 'Biblical swarm' of 'super-moths' from continental Europe is heading to the UK.
These countries are well-positioned to lead the way from fossil fuels to low-carbon energy.
There must be some evolutionary force acting to maintain this visual 'defect'.
Mangrove forests aren't very hospitable habitats, but these lemurs don't mind.
Energy isolation would be more expensive and less secure.
Ensuring the next 10 billion people are fed fairly will require a radical restructuring of global agri-tech.
Microplastics go largely unseen but are a scourge of the oceans. Filmmaker Jo Ruxton answers questions about the challenge of filming it.
They kill thousands of animals and people every year by spreading rabies. New research findings could solve the problem.
Climate change is forcing some hard decisions when it comes to water use: energy or food production?
Open public spaces are good for mind and body – we shouldn't have to pay to use them.
Disruptive innovation is needed if the world is to meet its clean water targets.
Ambitious plans to divert rivers are all very well, but what is needed is to manage water sources at the local level.
A police raid on the popular tourist attraction has found 40 frozen tiger carcasses.
The best modern zoos focus on conservation, education and research – not entertainment.
From trade deals to climate change or biofuels, the European Union's green record is patchy at best.
New research shows that street lighting changes the activity of moths, and is likely to disrupt nocturnal pollination.
Transport, climate change and environmental destruction mean all sorts of species are bumping into each other for the first time.
After the recent collapse of part of the Seven Sisters cliffs in Sussex there's an increased awareness of the danger of rockfalls on Britain's coast.
No wonder scientists love it.
When Mount Sinabung erupted in Indonesia, researchers were already in the area to investigate how locals coped with the ongoing risk.
Farmers were supposed to bet big on energy crops like short-rotation willow to help fuel the UK's biomass fleet. It hasn't worked out like that.
Councillors are caught in the crossfire between government, industry, protestors and locals.