A picture of a mysterious and other-worldly horseshoe crab has earned Laurent Ballesta the title of Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) 2023. Read more
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The artificial intelligence (AI) industry could consume as much energy as a country the size of the Netherlands by 2027, a new study warns. Read more
New York University recently announced that it will forego investments in any company primarily engaged in fossil fuel extraction or discovery. Read more
The sea-ice surrounding Antarctica is well below any previous recorded winter level, satellite data shows, a worrying new benchmark for a region that once seemed resistant to global warming. Read more
Tackling climate change needs a rapid transformation of the way our world works, travels, eats and uses energy, according to an important UN review. Read more
A climate scientist has outed two of the nation’s top science journals for what he contends is their bias for publishing papers that support the narrative that human activity is the primary cause of extreme climate change while ignoring other factors. Read more
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
A cargo ship fitted with giant, British-designed special wind-powered sails has set out on its maiden voyage. Read more