The influenza outbreak of 1918 was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history. By the summer of 1919 the worst was over, but less severe waves continued into 1920 – as shown by Guardian reports
Large biomes can break down like Jenga bricks once tipping point reached, research finds
Report raises fresh doubt about viability of Australia’s thermal coal export industry
Victory for green groups follows damning scientific study and criticism from spending watchdog
Climate crisis threat for coastal residents continues to rise. Figure based on new analysis of coastlines is more than three times previous estimate.
Scientists have found a discrepancy in estimates for the rate of expansion of the universe. Why is this and what does it mean?
Study by thinktank Resolution Foundation warns divergence will have political and economic impacts
For young Extinction Rebellion members, there is an urgency they say others struggle to fully grasp