Conservation project that brought together Israelis and Palestinians is attracting interest from the Chinese military, with suggestions a similar scheme could be tried in North and South Korea
The rising global population and soaring water demand mean the amount of drinkable water for every person on the planet is expected to halve by 2050, but rising temperatures as a result of climate change will make this even worse
Donald Trump may be planning a revival of the dirtiest of the fossil fuels, but the rest of the planet appears to be going green instead
'If natural gas is going to deliver on its promise, methane emissions due to leaks, venting, and flaring need to be kept to a minimum'
'Human-driven climate change is now an empirically verifiable fact ... those who dispute [it] are not sceptics, but anti-science deniers'
Ministers face legal action over delays to the Emissions Reduction Plan after being successfully sued twice over an air pollution strategy that fails to bring levels to within safe limits for years
Angus Energy insists suggestions it has done anything wrong are 'offensive, wrong and self-serving' in what could become a landmark test case
'Literally and figuratively this budget is a scorched-earth budget'
'The administration’s cuts threaten our nation’s ability to advance cures for disease, maintain our technological leadership, ensure a more prosperous energy future, and train the next generation of scientists'
Tardigrades, also known as water bears or moss piglets, can live and have sex in space
Mushroom-eating beetles from 125 million years ago were also found
'You can’t drain the swamp and leave all the people in it'
Lawyer says BlackRock's warning that it is losing patience with firms over global warming should be read as if voiced by 'James Earl Jones as Darth Vader'
'Now more than ever there is a need for cities’ leadership on climate'
'I agree that the effects of a changing climate — such as increased maritime access to the Arctic, rising sea levels, desertification, among others — impact our security situation'
'I got so excited I had to walk three times around the building before I went to my supervisor to tell him what I had seen,' says Therese Sallstedt