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Scientists split over snow leopard status
Scientists are divided on whether snow leopards are still endangered species, a BBC investigation finds.[click for more]
Brazil opens vast Amazon reserve to mining
The previously-protected area is bigger than Denmark and is thought to be rich in gold.[click for more]
'Alarmingly high' levels of arsenic in Pakistan's ground water
Up to 60 million Pakistanis are at risk from the deadly chemical, according to a new water analysis.[click for more]
When is the next solar eclipse near you?
Find out when you can next witness a solar eclipse in your country with our eclipse calculator.[click for more]
Arctic radar to probe 'space weather'
The UK contributes to a sophisticated new radar to map the Sun`s impacts on Earth`s high atmosphere.[click for more]
'Cyborg' bacteria deliver green fuel source from sunlight
Scientists create bacteria covered in tiny solar panels that generate a potential new fuel from the Sun.[click for more]
'Hero' of Paris climate agreement dies
Former Marshall Islands minister Tony De Brum, who played a key role in securing the Paris pact passes away aged 72.[click for more]
RRS Sir David Attenborough's stern on the move
A section of the UK`s new polar research ship will get an early taste of the sea this week.[click for more]
Solar eclipse 2017: Americans gaze at sky spectacular
Skywatchers in the US are treated to a spectacular coast-to-coast eclipse.[click for more]
Chile rejects iron mine to protect penguins
Ministers said plans to extract iron near a penguin reserve lacked sufficient environmental guarantees.[click for more]
The algae that terraformed Earth
A planetary takeover by ocean algae 650 million years ago was the kick that transformed life on Earth.[click for more]
Freeze-dried dung gives clue to Asian elephant stress
Indian scientists say they can monitor the physiological health of elephants by analysing their dung.[click for more]
Fracking: Shale rock professor says UK gas reserves 'hyped'
UK shale deposits were formed 55 million years too late to trap large amounts of gas, a professor warns.[click for more]
Radioactive 'pooh sticks' trace carbon's ocean journey
Scientists trace nuclear waste from Sellafield over 15,000km to Bermuda to see how the ocean transports carbon.[click for more]
'Frankenstein dinosaur' mystery solved
A dinosaur that seemed to be an evolutionary mishmash turns out to have a key place in history.[click for more]
'Donald Trump forest' climate change project gains momentum
Campaigners plan to plant enough trees to counteract the climate impact of the US President.[click for more]
Plants 'hijacked' to make polio vaccine
A breakthrough could lead to easier, faster and cheaper vaccines.[click for more]
Scotland's largest solar farm gets green light
Elgin Energy is granted planning permission for a 20MW project near Urquhart in Moray[click for more]
Record-sized data centre planned inside Arctic Circle
The facility in the north of Norway will take advantage of cheap energy and the cool air.[click for more]
Cassini skims Saturn's atmosphere
Cassini is on its final five full orbits of Saturn, getting close enough to directly "taste" its gases.[click for more]
Italy official defends killing rare bear after man mauled
A rare female brown bear had to be shot in the Italian Alps as it threatened humans, a governor says.[click for more]
Fish sauced? Goldfish turn to alcohol to survive icy winters
Researchers uncover the evolved ability of goldfish to generate alcohol when deprived of oxygen.[click for more]
Anger over 'untrue' climate change claims
Scientists respond furiously to claims about climate change made in a BBC radio interview.[click for more]
'Impressive' Perseid meteor shower seen over UK
A display of hundreds of shooting stars has been captured by stargazers from across the UK.[click for more]
GM pigs take step to being organ donors
Pigs have been freed of viruses that stop them being viable organ donors.[click for more]
Will fairy tale Białowieża forest survive Poland’s fight with the EU?
Campaigners in Poland are worried about the future of one of Europe`s last primeval forests, as the Polish government defies an EU order to stop logging there.[click for more]
Invasive rhododendrons damage woodland environment
New study shows invasive rhododendrons damage woodland environment but are not poisoning the soil[click for more]
Australia Zoo asks public to name white koala joey
Australia Zoo has asked the public to name a white koala joey.[click for more]
Solar eclipse: Watch it happen
The US witnesses the spectacular effects of its first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in 100 years.[click for more]
Solar eclipse: See it in 60 seconds
A Nasa telescope captures the total solar eclipse as it passes over the western US state of Oregon.[click for more]