Snapping shrimps are the loudest invertebrate in the sea but risk being silenced by the end of the century
'The Government’s talk of putting the next generation first is nothing short of sheer hypocrisy'
Environmental campaigners welcome announcement but cautions more money still needs to be invested
Scientists using bacteria to break down and oxidise 'defective' tomato waste
Vets are debating whether caged animals should be kept alive longer than in the wild – or be allowed to die
Companies will be forced to open up their databases and put a cap on prepay meters
The Big Question: An EDF executive has resigned over concerns the project could bring the company to financial meltdown
'There is great potential for the UK to follow the Scandinavian or North America models'
Exclusive: Academics warn of 'toxic time-bomb' facing Britain with sites under threat from flooding or coastal erosion
New campaigning coalition launched as Greenpeace petition to ban the beads reaches 180,00 signatures
UK on high alert amid fears that a new strain of Xylella fastidiosa could make its way to Britain
Plans would see up to three million tonnes of coal excavated on a site spreading across a square mile of land
It makes an astonishing 28 per cent of the electricity it uses from green sources
The company confirmed it is cutting more than 10,000 positions – of which around 7,500 jobs have already gone and a further 2,800 will be lost as a result of the BG deal
Leading pet behaviourists say the number of depressed and unsettled dogs they have seen in recent months is unprecedented
Redundancies will be made by the end of 2017 and come on top of the 4,000 job cuts announced last year