BBC News - Science & Environment
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The UK has some of the world's most powerful tides - and is well placed to exploit their power.
The government announces new recycling rules but critics say the system is "fundamentally broken".
Britain's lush, humid woodlands are home to weird and wonderful lichens not found anywhere else on Earth.
The streaks of light from the debris of Halley's comet will be at their peak on Saturday.
Success of Gaganyaan, India's first manned space mission planned for 2025, will depend on Saturday's launch.
Fishing communities on this Indonesian island are locked in a battle with the government over land.
A fall in the number of avian influenza outbreaks is welcomed by the UK's Christmas turkey farmers.
The climate activist is part of a Fossil Free London protest at JP Morgan's Canary Wharf office.
The company released untreated sewage at dozens of sites, including near a bottlenose dolphin habitat.
The country's space goals also include include plans for a space station by 2035.
The government needs to expand subsidies for heat pumps, say its independent advisers on infrastructure.
A group of leading scientists have said the current levels of PFAS could be damaging to human health.
There are now 555 air quality monitors across the country, but some say they aren't good enough.
Simon Armitage says poets can convey climate change in a way that scientists and journalists can't.
The JET laboratory, the focus of European fusion experiments for decades, carries out its last test.
The UK's climate advisers say recent changes to net zero policies make it harder to meet climate goals.
Health and animal welfare campaigners say the overuse of antibiotics by UK farmers should be banned.
Study shows quality and quantity of hops - a crucial ingredient - are falling with hotter weather.
Scientists believe the species' last stronghold is just four miles from Cardiff.
A picture of a mysterious and other-worldly horseshoe crab is this year's top wildlife image.