A strange, dangerous game of targeting and ramming into small sailing and fishing boats is spreading through a population of orcas off Spain's coast. Read more
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Amid blistering heatwaves, July is "virtually certain" to be the world's warmest month on record, say scientists. Read more
The wildfires in the southern Mediterranean have brought climate change to the top of the news agenda and have also whipped up a storm on social media. Read more
Scientists say they have completed the world's largest release of seahorses into Sydney Harbour to boost population numbers. Read more
Having big UK meat-eaters cut some of it out of their diet would be like taking 8 million cars off the road. Read more
Extreme weather such as droughts, cyclones, wildfires and heat waves are becoming more frequent and intense around the world, as climate change continues to cause a lot of damage. The damage is huge. People are losing their homes, livelihoods and their lives. Read more
Artificial intelligence will be used in south-west England to predict pollution before it happens and help prevent it. Read more
Our overheating world is likely to break a key temperature limit for the first time over the next few years, scientists predict. Read more
Spain recorded its hottest ever temperature for April on Thursday, hitting 38.7C according to the country's meteorological service. Read more
A recent, rapid heating of the world's oceans has alarmed scientists concerned that it will add to global warming. Read more