BBC News - Science & Environment
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A final technology demonstration from the California company should clear the way to fly astronauts.
Scientists have identified 3,000 ash trees with suspected resistance to a deadly disease.
A team of scientists discounts the idea that large-scale volcanism drove the demise of the dinosaurs.
Australia's Kangaroo Island has been likened to Noah's Ark - but its unique wildlife is under threat.
UK panel will tackle some of the dilemmas around global warming.
As more cities declare climate emergencies, we look at how Glasgow aims to cancel out its carbon footprint.
From population to plants, your questions answered about climate change.
How much more efficiency can be wrung out of the jet engine - technology which is over 70 years old?
Conservationists mapped the most critical areas of Scotland for endangered birds like the kittiwake.
The tech giant pledges to remove all the carbon it has emitted since its founding in 1975.
Satellites continue to monitor the Philippines volcano which has experienced a lull in activity.
Europe's six-wheeled robot completes more key tests ahead of its planned summer launch.
The Belgian traveller was trying to smuggle the protected species from Peru to Spain, officers say.
BBC News looks at what we know and don't know about the Earth's changing climate.
The naturalist and broadcaster has warned that "the moment of crisis has come".
The BBC plans a raft of new services and shows examining climate change and the state of our planet.
It's been linked to a year of extremes – from bushfires to torrential rains – but what is it?
We're at a pivotal point in efforts to tackle climate change, the naturalist and broadcaster warns.
This teenager found a new planet on the third day of his internship at the US space agency.
Soil protection will be a core issue as the Agriculture Bill returns to Parliament later.