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Chernobyl vodka: First consumer product made in exclusion zone

Image caption The team named their grain spirit Atomik"It's the only bottle in existence - I tremble when I pick it up," says Prof...

Typhoon Lekima: Dramatic rescues after floods in China

Over a dozen people have been killed and more than a million forced from their homes after Typhoon Lekima hit China. Lekima made landfall in...

Is this the world’s most sustainable building?

Image caption Mr van Erven says the money saved by the environmental measures means they will pay for themselvesThe UK government is not doing...

Climate change: July ‘marginally’ warmest month on record

Image copyright Getty ImagesA preliminary analysis of global temperature data for July suggests it may have "marginally" become the warmest month on record. Figures from...

Spanish slugs: Moscow alarm over giant invasive pests

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Native slugs are dwarfed by the orange invaderGiant orange slugs up to 15cm (6in) long are causing alarm in...

Could e-taxis help clean up London’s air?

There are about 2,500 electric cabs in London. They are emission-free, but the body which represents the industry says there are not enough charging points...

Tokyo 2020: Meet the Olympic and Paralympic robots

With a year to go until the Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo, meet the robots that will be used on site at the events. These...

Climate change: UK’s 10 warmest years all occurred since 2002

Image copyright Getty ImagesThe top 10 warmest years on record in the UK have all occurred since 2002, a new analysis from the Met...

River Stour runs dry in drought in Constable Country

Image copyright Environment Agency Image caption Local people have been commenting on social media about the dry river bedLow rainfall, blockages and diverted flows have...

Tim Flannery: Climate change – very big and fast moving

Tim Flannery, chief councillor of Climate Council Australia, has warned about the pace of climate change. He told Hardtalk's Shaun Ley: "We are seeing a...
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