The European Environment Agency has good news for beachgoers – most of Europe’s bathing waters meet European Union quality standards, according to a study released last week. The EEA’s
In order to meet emissions goals set by the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change, electricity must cover 60% or more of the European Union’s final energy consumption, according to
Avoiding meat and dairy products is the single best way a person can reduce his or her environmental footprint, according to new research examining the impact of global food production.
A new study focussing on a 240 million-year-old lizard fossil has provided a better understanding of early lizards and rewritten part of reptile history. The fossilised lizard-like creature, dubbed Megachirella
In a new clinical trial, researchers have demonstrated for the first time that immunotherapy could be effective in treating prostate cancer. Although the therapy will not be effective for most
Scientists have found a way to increase crop production by up to 47% by speeding up a process in plant metabolism called photorespiration. The findings could help improve crop resilience
Scientists have discovered that an invisible layer of scum on the surface of the world’s oceans slows the rate at which oceans absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by up