Five things we've learned from nature crisis study

The UN's global assessment of nature has some hard hitting lessons for the world. Matt McGrath considers the critical takeaways.

By Matt McGrath | May 6, 2019 | bbcnews
~8 mins   

Tags: wildlife environment nature animals insects united-nations extinction birds climate-change

Extinction Rebellion told prison is not a 'yoga retreat'

The climate change group deletes advice saying "most prison officers are black and wish you no harm".

By Georgina Rannard | May 3, 2019 | bbcnews
~4 mins   

Tags: environment london extinction-rebellion climate-change

Extinction Rebellion removes 'misguided' prison advice

The climate change group deletes advice saying "most prison officers are black and wish you no harm".

By Georgina Rannard | May 3, 2019 | bbcnews
~4 mins   

Tags: environment london extinction-rebellion climate-change

UK Parliament declares climate change emergency

The Welsh and Scottish governments have also declared an emergency - along with dozens of towns and cities.

BBC Science News | May 1, 2019 | bbcnews
~2 mins   

Tags: labour-party extinction-rebellion climate-change rebecca-long-bailey

Extinction Rebellion: Activists say meeting with Michael Gove 'disappointing'

Extinction Rebellion says the environment secretary refused declare a climate emergency.

BBC Science News | April 30, 2019 | bbcnews
~4 mins   

Tags: john-mcdonnell michael-gove extinction-rebellion climate-change

Bird extinctions 'driven' by global food trade

A study reveals growing impacts on wild bird species from forestry, farming and palm oil production.

By Helen Briggs | March 5, 2019 | bbcnews
~3 mins   

Tags: food agriculture extinction birds

Humans 'off the hook' for African mammal extinction

New research disputes a theory that early humans helped wipe out many large mammals that once roamed Africa.

BBC Science News | Nov. 22, 2018 | bbcnews
~5 mins   

Tags: animals fossils palaeontology extinction climate-change

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