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Amazon rainforest losing ability to regulate climate, scientist warns

Report says logging and burning of Amazon might be connected to worsening droughts such as the one plaguing São Paulo Continue...

Greenpeace says John West tuna fish deal with WWF is just green spin

Campaigners say John West owner MW Brand has backtracked on promise to stop using controversial FAD fishing devices Continue reading...

Russia accused of blocking creation of vast Antarctic marine reserves

Diplomatic tensions over Ukraine blamed by negotiators for fourth failed attempt to create worlds biggest marine protected areas Continue...

Ozone hole remains size of North America, Nasa data shows

Antarctic hole in protective layer of gas stands around same level as 2010, 2012 and 2013, but scientists say recovery is on track...

IPCC report: six graphs that show how we're changing the world's climate

We look at the data that underpins the forthcoming IPCC climate science report detailing humanitys influence on the climate, global...

Telegraph

The Night Sky in November: Could Tess be Nasa's ticket to interstellar travel?

Nasa's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite - Tess - will monitor our solar neighbourhood in a two-year survey of planets and stellars -...

Danger: irreversible climate-change forces at work

Danger: irreversible climate-change forces at work The new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says that irreversible consequences could be averted, at surprisingly...

UK enjoys last warm weekend during unseasonably hot Autumn

Seasonal colours from around the UK

Did global warming give rise to Boko Haram?

Did global warming give rise to Boko Haram? Just when you thought you'd heard all the perils that climate change could bring, a new report says it could give rise to terrorists,...

Ancient woodland saved as quarry plans are shelved

Ancient woodland saved as quarry plans are shelved The Woodland Trust and other conservation groups are celebrating after Lafarge Tarmac withdrew its plans for quarrying at Hopwas Woods in...

UK enjoys last warm weekend during unseasonably hot Autumn

Seasonal colours from around the UK

Pictures of the day: 31 October 2014

A shark selfie, 'top gun' Kim Jong-un and a giant moustache

Pictures of the day: 30 October 2014

An underwater sports car, a piano for cats and Rupert Murdoch's socks

Lava flowing from Kilauea volcano threatens communities in Hawaii, in pictures

In pics: Lava from Kilauea volcano threatens communities on Big Island, Hawaii

Fracking emits more formaldehyde than medical students experience from dead bodies

Fracking emits more formaldehyde than medical students experience from dead bodies High levels of cancer-causing chemicals was found in the air around fracking sites in the US

Independent

UN report: Climate change has permanently ruined farmland the size of France

There may be those who feel the apocalyptic plot of the new Hollywood film Interstellar seems a bit far-fetched, with humans forced to...

Revealed: bats are frequent fliers – but hang out with the same crowd

They may not be the cuddliest of creatures but bats are capable of forming strong friendships, to the point of being cliquey, according...

Deadly fungus killing British newts after spread from east Asia

The international trade in pet newts and salamanders has spread a deadly skin fungus from east Asia to Europe, posing a further threat to...

Video: Watch the amazing moment a beluga whale gives birth in Chinese aquarium

Incredible footage has emerged from an aquarium in China that shows the moment when one of their beluga whales gave birth to a calf she...

UK weather: 2014 is on course to be the warmest year on record

The UK is on course to witness the warmest year since records began more than a century ago.

BBC

Space project will go on - Branson

Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson vows to continue his space tourism venture despite the SpaceShipTwo craft crashing in the US, killing...

Rockets 'destroy chemical weapons'

A team has developed micro-sized rockets, powered by seawater, that can neutralise chemical and biological weapons.

Wannabe is 'catchiest hit single'

Results from a citizen science online experiment suggests that the Spice Girls' Wannabe is the UK's catchiest hit single.

WW2 technology 'Plan B' for GPS

Technology developed during World War Two is to be used as a back-up for GPS in ports across England and Scotland.

Newt flesh fungus 'brought by pets'

A skin-eating fungus threatens salamanders and newts across Europe, and probably arrived on pet amphibians imported from Asia.

Scotsman

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