Luigi Montano of the Local Health Authority (ASL) Salerno and Alberto Mantovani from Istituto Superiore di Sanità explore how pollution affects sperm cells
Karmenu Vella explains how EU policies will innovate our approach to oceans and help to ensure the marine health of our planet
The UK’s Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Michael Gove sets out his vision for the future of the natural environment In...
The UK government is set to impose an ivory trade ban at all levels in order to reduce demand, protecting African elephants An ivory trade ban...
Prof Dr Daniela Jacob, Climate Service Centre Germany, highlights the Smart City Charter and what it means for the future of cities
A new advisory scheme will allow UK farmers with at-risk cattle to access expert advice and protect their cows against bovine TB
The Catholic Church has pledged to make a huge divestment from fossil fuels in a record move honouring St Francis of Assisi
Methane from cattle is estimated to be 11% higher than previously expected, presenting a bigger challenge in the fight against climate change
Environment Secretary Michael Gove visited Northern Ireland to discuss opportunities for post Brexit agriculture partnerships with the country
New data shows that global carbon emissions remained static during 2016, boosting hope that reversing the worst effects of climate change is still possible
Federal Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management Andrä Rupprechter reveals Austria’s climate change policy
Greg Rosenthal of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) lifts the lid on their work with digital identification tools to identify dangerous pests
The Brazillian President Michel Temer has backtracked on plans to open the Renca Reserve in the Amazon up to rainforest mining The President sparked outrage...
Giant Antarctic iceberg A-68 broke off from the Larsen Ice Shelf in July and is set to fully break free after months of little movement
New images from Thomson Ecology show how far microplastics have reached into our food chain, affecting organisms on a microscopic scale
New research suggests that the Paris agreement's climate change targets of limiting global warming to 1.5°c are possible given strong action
Top white house officials have suggested that the US could remain in the Paris climate agreement after all, causing Trump to deny a u-turn
European MEPs have voted on a number of restrictions which could reduce intensive overfishing and improve declining fish stocks New limits will ensure fishing cannot...
The controversial UK badger cull has been expanded, extending the area of the cull which will raise the death toll to an estimated 33,841 In...
A third of the Earth's fertile soil is being 'acutely degraded' due to intensive farming as global demand for food grows, according to the...