BBC News - Science & Environment
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Sites under consideration could include the Chilterns, the Cotswolds and Dorset.
The BBC finds that the UAE, hosts of the COP28 climate summit, are breaking their own ban on gas flaring.
A French start-up is ready to use an enzyme which can break down plastic on an industrial scale.
Leaked documents show how the COP28 host planned to use its role to strike fossil fuel business deals.
Young science writer of the year award-winner delves into the environmental challenges of cocoa farming
Sarah Ott spent years as a climate change sceptic - now she's an advocate for clean energy.
A giant ice block more than twice the size on Greater London is on the move, years after its formation.
The International Energy Agency says the sector must choose between worsening the climate crisis or helping solve it.
A year-long study finds the animals are back in the Seychelles where they were hunted in the 1960s.
Google search queries for “climate anxiety” rise dramatically, data given exclusively to BBC 100 Women suggests.
The people of Ladakh in the Indian Himalayas have used maths to solve a water shortage.
An experiment with a common jellyfish has revealed the potential harm of seabed mining on creatures in the deep.
The annual report from Surfers Against Sewage found a rise in water-users reporting being unwell.
The National Trust says climate change-linked extreme weather is now the biggest threat to its sites.
The remarkable story of Captain Don Walsh and his 11km journey to the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
The rocket's flight was again cut short because of technical issues, but previous problems were fixed.
The vehicle's maiden flight in April ended when it exploded four minutes after leaving the ground.
Temperature records crumbled across the world this year, raising questions over the pace of global warming.
Wild swans are stopping off further north as winters become milder, experts say.
The best chance of catching a glimpse is in the early hours of Saturday and Sunday.