How to catch illegal logging in the Amazon? Make the trunk...
Trees in Brazil's Amazon rainforest are being fitted with mobile phones in an attempt to tackle illegal logging and deforestation.
Dead birds found to be 'drunk'
ABC Catchment Detox
Human Carbon Pollution Traced to Roman Times : Discovery...
By burning wood, humans have been significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions as far back as the Roman Empire.
Ancient Romans, Chinese Helped Warm Planet
Pollution-busting laundry additive gets set to clean up
New Zealand Grants a River the Rights of Personhood
Yangtze River Runs Mysteriously Red
A stretch of China's longest river has abruptly turned bright red, and officials say they don't know why. What gives?
8-Year Old Boy Finds Piece of Whale Vomit Worth $63,000,...
8-year-old Charlie Naysmith found a piece of ambergris, also known as whale vomit, worth $63,000.
Rooftop farms flourish in space-starved Hong Kong
Little Ice Age Shrank Europeans, Sparked Wars
The Little Ice Age's coldest snap, around 1600, eventually sparked upheavals across the Northern Hemisphere, a new study says.
Image Gallery: One-of-a-Kind Places on Earth
From crystal caves to never-ending lightning storms, here are some of the wildest and most unique spots on the planet.
Anti-Glacier Prayer "Worked Too Well"—Vatican Approves...
After 350 years of praying for smaller glaciers, Alpine pilgrims debut a Vatican-approved ritual for more, not less, ice.
Rebirth of the wolf sees French Greens at each other's throats...
The lightning re-conquest of France by the wolf has provoked a civil war within French Greens, pitting one of the country's most renowned campaigners against environmentalists, some of whom are demanding his ousting from the movement.
How Much Water Are You Eating?
We normally think in terms of drinking our water, or washing with it. But we eat much of the water we consume.
Sun may soon have four poles, say researchers
The sun may be entering a period of reduced activity that could result in lower temperatures on Earth, according to Japanese researchers.