In a school playground squeezed between two main roads, children play tag in some of Sheffield's filthiest air. Read more
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The UK's polar ship, RRS Sir David Attenborough, has come face to face with the world's biggest iceberg. Read more
The number of English bathing sites rated as unfit to swim has risen to its highest level since a new rating system was introduced in 2015. Read more
The scorching summer in Texas this year was the second hottest on record -- but students in the southwestern US state might have a hard time understanding why. Read more
The US and China have agreed on measures to tackle climate change but stopped short of committing to end fossil fuels, a joint statement said. Read more
While “more solar energy” is needed in Massachusetts, deforestation is not the way to go, according to a study from Harvard University. Read more
Human fossil fuel emissions are threatening a key climate threshold twice as quickly as previously thought, a new report says. Read more
Nature lovers around the world will be taken on "an extraordinary magic carpet ride to the four corners of the globe" in the latest landmark BBC natural history series, Planet Earth III, which hit screens across China on Sunday. Read more
Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Geography announced an open tenure-track faculty job in “Climate Justice and Youth Movements.” Read more
A type of bacterium never seen before in wild elephants has been found in the bodies of six African Savannah elephants that died in mysterious circumstances in Zimbabwe. Read more