BBC News - Science & Environment
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BBC correspondent flies over the Reykjanes Peninsula, where volcanic activity has been concentrated.
Eruptions on the south-western Reykjanes Peninsula may mark a new cycle, warn Icelandic meteorologists.
Graveyards, bridges and harvests are swept away in the worst floods to hit Somalia in a century.
Progress seen in climate talks between world's two biggest carbon emitters but major hurdles remain.
The pūteketeke won after the US talk show host's self-described "alarmingly aggressive" campaign.
A Google DeepMind tool predicted where one would hit three days ahead of existing methods.
Residents of a fishing port remain on edge as scientists say a volcanic eruption is still imminent.
The Delhi government wants to use cloud-seeding to combat the city's pollution crisis.
An eruption is thought imminent but its impact depends on where magma breaches the surface.
Thousands are asked to evacuate from a town in the southwest over fears magma has spread underground.
Winners each awarded $1.2m at environmental awards founded by Prince William, and held in Asia for the first time.
The Euclid telescope will spend six years in space, creating a 3D map of galaxies formed around 10 billion years ago. Find out more here.
Expedition captures first ever footage of spiky egg-laying mammal that walked with dinosaurs.
The island has already shrunk slightly as waves hit the "crumbly" formation.
The US chat show host's support of the pūteketeke is creating an international PR battle.
Study shows that rising temperatures will boost lightning as the main source of fires in northern forests.
The famous tree dates back to 17th Century Ghana and was reportedly planted by a renowned priest.
A mass die-off of trees could happen in the next 50 years unless action is taken, warn experts.
The last five months have "obliterated" temperature records, linked to carbon emissions and El Niño.
A biologist says while unusual, cross-species adoptions happen when animals respond to certain cues.