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Road verges 'last refuge' for plants - conservation charity
Roadsides are often littered with rubbish and weeds but they are havens for rare flowers.[click for more]
Government seeks clear air plan delay
The UK government may face legal action after seeking to delay publishing its plan to tackle air pollution until after the general election.[click for more]
Ex-child soldier wins environment prize
An ex-child soldier who has spent years risking his life to fight illegal mining and wildlife poaching in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been given a prestigious award that honours `environmental defenders` around the world.[click for more]
March for Science: Rallies worldwide to protest against political interference
Thousands of scientists demonstrate in cities around the world against an "assault on facts".[click for more]
Cassini probe heads towards Saturn 'grand finale'
The Cassini satellite puts itself on a trajectory that will take it to destruction in September.[click for more]
Kuki Gallmann shot and wounded at Kenya conservation park
Kuki Gallmann, author of I Dreamed of Africa, is flown to hospital after an ambush.[click for more]
Aurora photographers find new night sky lights and call them Steve
Steve is a "remarkably common" gas ribbon in the upper atmosphere.[click for more]
Government has failed to act on air pollution, says Labour
Labour says it would introduce legislation to tackle the "public health emergency" if in power.[click for more]
Unknown ancient reptile roamed the Pyrenees mountains
The footprint made by a reptile that lived almost 250 million years ago has been found in the Pyrenees.[click for more]
Amur leopards will be off-show to visitors at Scottish park
The Amur leopards are to be kept off-show in the hope they raise cubs that can be released into the wild.[click for more]
'Perfect storm' threatens Europe's salamanders
Scientists call for "amphibian arks" to protect wild salamanders in Europe from a deadly infection.[click for more]
Physicists observe 'negative mass'
Physicists have created a fluid with "negative mass", which accelerates towards you when pushed.[click for more]
'Gibraltar-sized' space rock passes Earth
A large asteroid the size of the Rock of Gibraltar has passed safely by Earth.[click for more]
Mega-constellation satellites will need 'rapid disposal'
Good management of spacecraft mega-constellations can avoid polluting the orbital environment.[click for more]
Live, long and black giant shipworm found in Philippines
Scientists find live specimens of the giant shipworm, described as "rare and enigmatic".[click for more]
Slims River: Climate change causes 'river piracy' in Canada's Yukon
When a team of scientists went to the Yukon to study the Slims River, all they found was a "skinny lake".[click for more]
Iceberg tourists flock to Newfoundland town
A new resident off the coast of a Canadian town has turned it into a cool tourist spot.[click for more]
Fish 'pool' their experience to solve problems
Some of them may know where to find food but not how to access it while others know how to get at it but not where it is hidden.[click for more]
Crime 'threatens nearly half the world's natural heritage sites'
Poaching, illegal logging and fishing are threatening some of the world`s most iconic natural heritage sites.[click for more]
Green groups warn of 'race to the bottom'
Environmentalists urge the UK not to water down laws on climate change and wildlife after Brexit.[click for more]
Early dinosaur relative walked like a croc
A new fossil suggests an early relative of dinosaurs had some features we associate today with crocodiles and alligators.[click for more]
Saturn moon 'able to support life'
Enceladus has the conditions, including a key energy source, to enable microbes to exist, Nasa says.[click for more]
Mystery of why shoelaces come undone unravelled by science
The authors say the research can be applied to other structures, such as DNA.[click for more]
New shrimp species named after Pink Floyd
A team of prog-loving scientists made a pact to honour their favourite band, Pink Floyd.[click for more]
The village that made itself hedgehog friendly
Hedgehogs, nursed back to health in an animal sanctuary, are released in the village of Burton Fleming, East Yorkshire.[click for more]
Cut-back crew for ISS launch
Russia scales back staff on the ISS until a long-delayed space lab is sent to the outpost in 2018.[click for more]
Birth of last baby orca in captivity filmed at SeaWorld
Killer whale Takara was already pregnant when the end of the breeding programme was announced.[click for more]
Meet the man who watches volcanoes
Boris Behncke lives near Mount Etna and monitors the volcano.[click for more]
What's made Canada's Slims River disappear?
What`s made this river in Canada disappear? Geoscientist Daniel Shugar explains.[click for more]
Great Dunmow postbox out of action while birds nest inside
A postbox gets the stamp of approval from a pair of nesting birds.[click for more]