The BBC's Justin Rowlatt found a visit to Antarctica made him emotional, and ultimately hopeful.
OneWeb, the high-profile London-based satellite start-up, files for bankruptcy protection in the US.
The incredible history of the UK's heirloom plants and why they're set to make a comeback.
New data confirms the improvement in air quality over Europe - a by-product of the coronavirus crisis.
Scientists find out more about the threats of plastic to thousands of fish, whales and other aquatic life.
Public transport and active travel will be the "natural first choice", the Transport Secretary says.
The newest branch of the US military, established by President Trump, goes into orbit for the first time.
The green sea turtle is vulnerable to extinction as the climate warms, Australian scientists say.
The United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket was launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Neanderthals were eating fish, mussels and seals at a site in present-day Portugal, according to a new study.
Pangolins smuggled into China were carrying viruses closely related to the one sweeping the world.
The third such event in five years prompts scientists to renew urgent warnings about climate change.
The possibility of infection in great apes like gorillas warrants the utmost caution, say experts.
Solar, wind and hydro electric installations are often built in conservation areas.
A tiny, 555-million-year-old seafloor creature reveals why our bodies are organised the way they are.
Across wild mammal species, females live over 18% longer than males because of genetics and environment.
Locals post images of spectacular orange skies, with many describing it as a welcome distraction.
A drone photo of crabeater seals resting on an ice float is overall winner in a nature photography competition.
Nasa scientists probe Denman Glacier which fills the deepest land gorge on Earth.
Fears that electric cars could actually increase carbon emissions are a baseless, a study suggests.
On 11 April 1970, the Lovells watched their husband and father blast off on an ill-fated mission to the Moon.
The London-based start-up expands its network with a Soyuz launch from Baikonur in Kazakhstan
Sifting through diamond samples, geologists find unexpected evidence of a billion-year-old continent.
Greg Clark, the Commons Science Select Committee chair, praises government use of expert advice.
The US space agency is suspending production and testing of its Moon rocket and capsule systems.
Programmes, such as Sir David Attenborough's, triggered a greater interest in species.
Researchers observing the mammals saw them sharing regurgitated blood with their neighbours.
Some regions show significant drops in air pollutants as the coronavirus hits work and travel.