BBC News - Science & Environment
Updated: 17 min 47 sec ago
Volcano watchers suffer cuts, bruises and burns as an explosion pelts them with hot rocks and steam.
Chile signs a historic deal with Kristine McDivitt Tompkins to create a "network of national parks”.
The UK's favourite yellow submarine is set to leave port for the Antarctic.
Chase planes flying behind a jet are providing new insights into aircraft pollution.
Germany will use its G20 Presidency to nudge world leaders towards a global price on carbon, say officials.
In his last BBC interview, the statistician highlighted five key ways demographics are shaping the world.
Record numbers of songbirds are still being killed on a British military base in Cyprus.
The art of science - captivating scientific images from the 2017 Wellcome Image Awards.
Astronomer Susan Murabana takes a telescope round Kenya to enthuse schoolchildren.
Could circular runways be the future of air travel? Aviation expert Henk Hesselink of the Netherlands Aerospace Centre believes so.
Extra cost of wind and solar power outweighed by energy saving, says report.
A deadly haze of air pollution over China in 2013 has been linked to the melting of Arctic sea ice.
Access to flower-rich habitats is key to the survival of wild bumblebees, say ecologists.
Hive heists in New Zealand are being blamed on the rising price of Manuka honey.
Soft drinks makers admit more needs to be done to stop people discarding single-use plastic bottles.
Scientists on both sides of the Atlantic have become embroiled in a war of words over energy from trees.
The world's spiders consume between 400 million and 800 million tonnes of primarily insect prey every year, say scientists.
The origins of plants may go back hundreds of millions of years earlier than previously thought, according to fossil evidence.
The ship damaged a large area of one of Indonesia's best coral reefs, in an area dependent on tourism.
B vitamins may offer some protection against particulate pollution, a small human trial suggests.