Diplomats hopeful of a global agreement after more than two decades of failed attempts
Inventors say the bus powered by human waste will improve air quality and prove the value of poo
An electronic field that repels sharks could be an environmentally friendly alternative to shark nets
World's two largest polluters pledge to cap carbon emissions ahead of major climate talks next year
Some species 'may not last the century' as rich eco-systems are threatened by industrial emissions
High winds and faulty power plants lift wind power above nuclear for the first time in the UK
The electric Tesla D will get to 60mph in three seconds – but won't be able to drive itself
Proposed river route would relieve congestion and save cyclists 30 minutes on their commute, say developers
A US company says it has created the 'ultimate' veggie burger – one that looks, smells and tastes like meat
Scale of human destruction should serve as a 'wake-up call for us all', according to the WWF
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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