A catastrophic die-off of emperor penguin chicks has been observed in the Antarctic, with up to 10,000 young birds estimated to have been killed. Read more
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A cargo ship fitted with giant, British-designed special wind-powered sails has set out on its maiden voyage. Read more
While nods to the climate change agenda have been creeping into curricula for years, becoming increasingly commonplace in American K-12 classrooms, some states are now codifying the topic into elementary and high school education through legislative mandate. Read more
The oceans have hit their hottest ever recorded temperature as they soak up warmth from climate change, with dire implications for our planet's health. Read more
Scientists have identified a new candidate for the heaviest ever animal on Planet Earth. Read more
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
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