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Body of whale that died on Norfolk beach to be tested

Investigators will take samples from sperm whale in attempt to explain spate of strandings off east coast of UKTests are to be carried...

Motor boat noise making small fish easier to prey on, reef study finds

Predator fish gobbled twice as many smaller fish when motor boats were nearby, according to first research to show noise pollution...

Welsh home installs UK's first Tesla Powerwall storage battery

Battery could revolutionise UK energy market by enabling people to store excess energy generated from rooftop solar panelsThe setting is...

Life ain't easy for a spider named Johnny Cash

Scientists name species of tarantula discovered near Folsom prison in honour of country music legendIt is big, hairy, and if one sinks...

Greening the city: international garden photographer of the year – in pictures

The International Garden Photographer of the Year competition announces its winners today. Here’s a selection from their Greening...


Pictures of the day: February 5 2016

In pics: A seal in a booth, campaigning in the US and the Vienna Ball

Giant panda cub Bei Bei has adorable reaction to seeing a tree for the first time

This wonderful video shows giant panda cub Bei Bei playing around in his enclosure after being allowed to venture outdoors for the first...

Pictures of the day: February 4 2016

Zoolander invades London, wingmen take on an A380 and a cuddly sloth

Sperm whale stranded on Norfolk beach dies

Sperm whale stranded on Norfolk beach dies It is the 29th stranding across Europe in the last two weeks, the British Divers Marine Life Rescue say

America's only known wild jaguar captured on video

Images offer a glimpse inside the lonely world of El Jefe, Spanish for The Boss, as he roams Arizona's mountains

Pictures of the day: February 5 2016

In pics: A seal in a booth, campaigning in the US and the Vienna Ball

Folsom Prison tarantula named after Johnny Cash

Folsom Prison tarantula named after Johnny Cash A new tarantula has been named after Johnny Cash, the singer, because of its proximity to Folsom and its black appearance

Pictures of the day: February 4 2016

Zoolander invades London, wingmen take on an A380 and a cuddly sloth

'Extinct' cranefly declared alive after landing on insect expert

'Extinct' cranefly declared alive after landing on insect expert Basilewsky's cranefly which was thought to be extinct, was declared alive after flying onto the hand of insect expert Liza Fowler

Pictures of the day: 3 February 2016

Today: Little owls, robotic arm in space and Marseille mines


China and the US progress on talks in Washington aimed at combating climate change

The US and China declared a common vision for combating climate change at a formal summit in Washington DC between their presidents, Xi...

Tories undermining global fight against climate change, say leading figures

Britain’s reputation on the environment has suffered so badly under the new Conservative government that it could undermine the...

Giant 'blob' of cold water in North Atlantic bucking trend of warmer-than-normal sea surface temperatures, say scientists

A giant “blob” of cold water has appeared in the North Atlantic over the summer months, bucking the global trend of...

North Sea cod taken off list of foods to avoid eating

You can now eat cod with a clear conscience after it was taken off a red list of “fish to avoid”.

Bees in the Rocky Mountains are evolving shorter tongues to adapt to warmer summers

Warmer summers are causing bees in the Rocky Mountains of the US to have shorter tongues, scientists have discovered.


Gut microbes 'help bears hibernate'

A Swedish study suggests that changes in the gut flora of brown bears help them to cope with the weird metabolic demands of hibernation.

Spread of bee disease 'largely manmade'

The global honeybee trade is driving a pandemic that threatens hives and wild bees, according to a study.

New tarantula named after Johnny Cash

Among 14 newly described species of tarantula is Aphonopelma johnnycashi, which lives near Folsom Prison in California.

Rainforest regrowth boosts carbon capture

Secondary rainforests - if allowed to flourish in the right conditions - can absorb 11 times as much carbon as old-growth rainforests, a...

Colombia warns on Zika baby risk

Health officials in Colombia are warning that as many as 600 babies could be born with microcephaly this year.


‘Go Green’ Google News Search

Automakers go green this year at the Auto Expo

JBM's electric bus ECOLIFE is India's first bus that runs on 100% electric power. Specially designed for Indian cities, the...

Copper Pig highlights many ways for restaurants to go green

There are a number of things restaurants can do to reduce their impact on the environment. When restaurants are renovating, they can...

Rebates Key to Helping Home Owners Go Green, Say Ontario Realtors

TORONTO, ON --(Marketwired - February 04, 2016) - Today, the Government of Ontario announced the creation of a new program to help...

Competition Looking For People To Go Green

People in the Bluff City are encouraged to compete in a special contest to make Shelby County cleaner, greener, and more efficient. The...

A New Online Campaign Aims to Get Residents To Go "

He explained that through this competition people will learn different ways they can answer the question of what they can do to " go...

‘Sustainable Living’ Google News Search

Community briefs: Green Drinks to feature Freudenberger

... an organic agriculture and educational operation in Mills River that practices and promotes sustainable living and resilient farming...

Sustainable Stamford to hold Bright Green Energy Show

... on March 7, a selection of films on the environment and sustainable living on March 8 and an illustrated talk on low energy design...

Sydney's Central Park transforming the inner city

"We not only attacked the development from an environmental engineering perspective, but also from the perspective of sustainable...