Last known case of the deadly disease was in Somalia in 1977, but Russian scientists investigating an anthrax outbreak have found the virus's DNA in corpses once entombed in the frozen ground
The site will consist of 300 turbines and generate enough electricity to power 1.8 million homes
Each month is continuing to smash through records, leaving people no longer surprised – but this month is especially significant
Crabs and other coastal creatures could be affected by increased salinity
Ratifiying landmark agreement would 'send a much-needed signal that the Government is serious about climate change following Brexit,' WWF says
Funding for some combined heat and power schemes is cut with just three weeks' notice, causing outrage among the renewable energy industry and farmers
However report says there's 'no reason to panic' as the worse effects are not expected for about 30 years
The country managed a reduction of 39.5 per cent from 1990 to 2014
'Products such as quinoa tend to be more profitable than more traditional forms of agriculture'
Average global temperature in first six months of the year was 1.3 degrees Celsius higher than 19th century – just 0.2 degrees below target set by world leaders to limit global warming
'If you are physically active in work, the hotter it is, the slower you work'
It was bad enough when David Cameron told his officials to cut the 'green crap' but his successor just sent out a massive signal she's not remotely bothered about global warming
The Indo-Pacific Warm Pool, where the water averages more than 28 degrees Celsius, has increased in size by about a third in 60 years
'There isn’t a wall at the equator separating the two hemispheres, and air is free to flow from one side to the other'
Other scientists have since dismissed the claims as 'total nonsense'
While countries agreed to try to limit global warming to a rise of 1.5C, the actions they actually promised could see temperatures go up by twice that amount