If you could shape an ice cube out of all the ice losses from Greenland and Antarctica over the past three decades, it would stand 20km high. Read more
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Ambitious targets to halt the decline in nature may already be slipping out of reach, a study suggests. Read more
The world will likely use fewer fossil fuels to produce electricity this year in a "turning point" for planet-friendly energy, a new report says. Read more
The scientific body that advises the UN on rising temperatures has just released a new report. It's an important summary of six key pieces of research completed over the past five years. Read more
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced extra support for nuclear power in the Budget. Read more
British scientists are tracking two of the world's biggest icebergs as they drift towards areas where they could affect shipping, fishing and wildlife. Read more
The UK government is set to announce where a ground-breaking power station will be built. Read more
As New Zealand begins the long, costly task of clearing up after Cyclone Gabrielle cut a devastating path across much of the North Island on Feb 12 and 13, the recriminations and finger pointing have started. Read more
King Charles has co-written a children's book about the environmental threats the planet is facing. Read more
There is now less sea-ice surrounding the Antarctic continent than at any time since we began using satellites to measure it in the late 1970s. Read more