Moving to more sustainable animal agriculture practices is key in the fight against climate change.
From a jet-propelled seagull to a gorilla picking its nose, these fabulously funny animal pictures are sure to make you giggle.
The ‘State of Our Trails Report’ from Trash Free Trails is the first research project to investigate plastic pollution across the UK’s trails and wild spaces.
It’s only the second time the endangered species has been seen in the wild in the UK.
The move has been made in a bid to ease the pressure on public transport and thus reduce the spread of coronavirus.
The ‘Covid-19 Bio-Logging Initiative’ aims to quantify the effect of reduced human activity (dubbed “anthropause”) on other species.
A historical agreement has been signed that ends a court battle, of more than 20 years, between a group indigenous to the Amazon rainforest and the forestry industry.
Made from mycelium, the canoe is self repairing because it continually grows mushrooms and releases spores after it is taken out on the water.
The report, conducted by Carbon Tracker, concludes that by 2030 it will be cheaper to build new wind or solar capacity than continue operating coal in all markets.
If urgent action is taken the research found that the world’s oceans could be restored to full abundance.
Taking advantage of town’s deserted streets because of the coronavirus lockdown, the Llandudno goats have even been branded vandals for munching through gardens.
Climate change scientist Lee Hannah explains how giving nature space could help curb future disease outbreaks.