The IPCC now knows exactly how close we are to tipping into dangerous climate change, writes James Mitchell Crow.
Bjørn Lomborg can still be an antagonistic provocateur. But current events are proving him right and his old enemies are being won over. By Keith Kloor.
The marsupial’s future may be less threatened than scientists previously feared.
Garbage route monitor may help protect seabirds from deadly floating plastic waste
Slower rising global temperatures over the past decade do not mean an end to the crisis
New studies come to different conclusions over reasons for picking one mate
Global warming drives trend for more damaging storms
US researchers say the shoulder was the key part of a throwing mechanism that evolved about two million years ago, enabling our puny forebears to capture prey with a projectile weapon.
The first amphibian to have been declared extinct by the world’s conservation watchdog has been named a ‘living fossil’ after it was rediscovered alive and well in northern Israel.
Since heading back into the ocean, cetaceans have evolved to gargantuan proportions. Sid Perkins investigates why whales became so huge.