Switzerland has reversed the decline of more than half of endangered frogs, toads and newts in one region, research finds. Read more
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The human and material cost of Russia's invasion of Ukraine is well documented. But rare species of animals and flowers that had flourished in the country's north have also been badly hit by the invaders' destructive use of weaponry and landmines, with fears they will take decades to recover. Read more
Shiva Rajbhandari wasn’t even of legal voting age when he decided to take on a 47-year-old incumbent on the Boise school board. The high school senior turned 18 days before election day last month – and won. Read more
The world has finally agreed on a long-term plan to curb carbon emissions from flying. Read more
Many wildlife species are thriving in Europe thanks to protection and re-introduction, a new report finds. Read more
Switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy could save the world as much as $12tn (£10.2tn) by 2050, an Oxford University study says. Read more
Current rates of warming will put the Earth at risk of crossing six "dangerous" climate tipping points, according to a new analysis. Read more
The latest water crisis in Jackson, Miss., is nearly over, but area colleges and universities are calling for long-term fixes. Read more
This summer was the hottest on record in Europe, according to data from EU satellite monitoring. Read more
More than 1,500 colleges and universities have tracks that focus on the environment, but more are needed as national workforce expands. Read more