BBC News - Science & Environment
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If all goes well, the lunar lander that the rocket is carrying will attempt a Moon landing in February.
It is still too early to determine whether the Atlantic storm might make landfall in the US.
The Canadian city is choosing sustainability over aesthetics as it deals with a severe drought.
Yellowknife's mayor cautioned returning residents that the city "will look a little bit different".
But Mr Biden has not reversed his recent approval of an $8bn drilling project in the same region.
Despite suffering some of the worst impacts of climate change, the continent only gets 12% of financing.
Tens of thousands of UK buildings should be safety checked because of RAAC concrete, experts warn.
An announcement is likely soon on the UK becoming a fully-fledged member of the multi-billion euro programme.
Nasa said its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter took the image four days after India's historic Moon landing.
It ate thousands of seedlings that had been earmarked to help boost Australian koala habitat.
Residents say that with Lake Baringo getting bigger they are at greater risk of attack.
At least 21 people die in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, with more flooding expected.
Around six billion tonnes of sand is dredged from the world's oceans every year, a new report says.
One person has died in Greece after torrential rain triggered flash flooding in parts of the country.
Opposition MPs and campaigners share "horror" at potential sewage spills on dry days uncovered by BBC News.
Three major companies released sewage on dry days in breach of their permits - BBC investigation.
A selection of the winning images from the 2023 Bird Photographer of the Year award.
The invasive insect threatens to get a foothold, with nests found in East Sussex, Kent, Devon and Dorset.
It is hoped the Vikram lander and Pragyaan rover will reawaken when the next lunar day starts.
Aditya-L1 will carry out scientific studies of the Sun from a vantage point 1.5 million km above Earth.