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Thanks to climate change, the Arctic is turning green
EU referendum: UK science wakes up to new future
Buenos Aires to shut scandal-prone zoo
Scientists hungry to deliver food system paradigm shift
Solar Impulse completes Atlantic crossing with landing in Seville
Solar Impulse on course to complete Atlantic crossing in Spain
Rise of border fences hampers wildlife movements
Frog rescue: Last hope for endangered amphibian
Solar Impulse on track for Seville landing
Anti-glyphosate petition presented to council (+video)
Diesels more polluting below 18C, research suggests
Kindy kids given recycling rewards (+video)
'Last breath'
Warmer winters play important role in EU emissions drop
How growing global trade carries pests around world
Do wild animals that attack people need to die?
Tim Peake: 'I saw flames outside the window'
Peake: 'I would return to space in a heartbeat'
Iceland's fishing industry 'better off outside' EU
New crop varieties 'can't keep up with global warming'
Basil Sharp: A generation of lost opportunity
How early mammals evolved night vision to escape dinos
Project re-ignited
China builds world's most powerful computer
British astronaut Tim Peake's 'incredible experience'
UK astronaut Tim Peake returns to Earth
Final handshakes in space station
Nasa-style mission needed to map ocean floor
Melt ponds suggest no Arctic sea-ice record this year
Mars crater named after Nepal quake village Langtang
Study unlocks surprising behaviour of soil bacteria
UK-funded ice breaker in 'elite' Arctic tourism row
Dead Sea drying
Tree planting at 'an all time low'
European Space Agency still backing Mars rover project
More gravitational waves detected
Tim Peake: The UK astronaut's best photos and comments
Tim Peake: Watch key moments from UK astronaut's mission
Tim Peake: A look at Sokol spacesuit used for re-entry
Zion revisited
China and the US progress on talks in Washington aimed at combating climate change
Tories undermining global fight against climate change, say leading figures
Giant 'blob' of cold water in North Atlantic bucking trend of warmer-than-normal sea surface temperatures, say scientists
Arctic melting will cost the global economy £33 trillion by end of next century, scientists calculate
Last month was planet Earth's hottest August for at least 135 years, according to US scientists
El Nino could make 2015 'the hottest year on record'... and 2016 will be even hotter
Tories ignore clean air rules - despite 29,000 deaths from pollution each year
London, New York, Hong Kong and Tokyo among cities that will be submerged under water if we burn all fossil fuel reserves, says report
Global warming causing record rock falls in the Alps, warns expert
Big Six energy companies have 'quietly abandoned their green electricity tariffs'
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