Octopus Numbers Surge off UK’s Cornish Coast

The number of octopuses seen along Cornwall’s coasts has skyrocketed with numbers not seen in the area for 70 years

by Nick Ames

Greta Thunberg warns we’re heading for climate catastrophe ‘fuelled by greed’ 

Activist Greta Thunberg made a surprise appearance at Glastonbury to warn festival goers of climate change only for them to leave a mountain of litter behind

by Nick Ames

Project Mootopia: How Ben & Jerry’s has concept of cutting Ice Cream’s Carbon Footprint licked

Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s is putting its dairy cows on a special diet to curb greenhouse gas emissions

by Nick Ames

Honey, I’m Home! Stolen Bees Flee Thieves and Fly Back to Hives

Thousands of bees that were stolen from a Cornish country estate have returned by themselves after fleeing captors

by Nick Ames

‘Extinct’ Tortoise Discovered in Galápagos Islands

A tortoise from a Galápagos species believed to be extinct for over a century has been found alive and now confirmed to be a living member of the species.

by Nick Ames

Humpback Whale Which ‘Thanked’ Divers Dies Just Days Later

A humpback whale freed from illegal fishing nets off Mallorca has died on another Spanish beach

by Nick Ames

Arise Again Sir David Attenborough: the environmentalist who has been knighted TWICE

The veteran broadcaster has received a prestigious royal honour for his conservation work nearly 40 years after first being knighted by the Queen

by Karen Pasquali Jones

French Protestors Celebrate Saving Eiffel Tower Trees

Officials in the French capital Paris have put the brakes on plans to fell more than 40 trees – one of which is 200 years old – near the iconic Eiffel Tower.

by Anthea Ayache

The Party’s Over and We’re Left With a Mountain of Platinum Jubilee Waste! 

As well as tonnes of single-use plastic, the left over empty bottles and cans from the Platinum Jubilee parties will stretch around the world

by Karen Pasquali Jones

King Veggie: England’s Medieval Monarchs Followed Flexitarian Diets

Medieval monarchs ate mostly bread and vegetable stew saving meat and fish for very special occasions, experts have discovered

by Nick Ames