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A study has modelled how rising temperatures could affect the summer months in the UK over the next 80 years. It found heatwaves of 40°C could be more frequent.
In 2019, the two cities that topped the list for most traffic congestion were Bogota, Colombia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
India is battling its worst desert locust outbreak for decades and is using a helicopter and 12 drones to spread insecticide to battle the swarm.
Jeremy Rossman, an expert in virology at the University of Kent, explains that, unlike influenza, there's no evidence of a seasonality effect with COVID-19.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has claimed an off-the-field victory in persuading the UK government to extend a scheme that gives schoolchildren food vouchers.
Flooded coal mines could provide low-carbon heating for millions of British homes.
For the first time since the 19th century, Britain has not generated electricity from coal-fired power plants for two months. Renewable energy use has soared in lockdown.
The original Sars virus disappeared on its own, but it is unlikely that today's novel coronavirus will do the same. Virologist Connor Bamford explains why.
The racism that lead to George Floyd’s death is not unique to the US, says Lola-Rose Avery, a pupil barrister from the United Kingdom.
Google has gathered data from millions of mobile devices that use its software, to understand how citizens of European countries have responded to lockdown.
British Cycling has been supported by a £2 billion government funding package to support safer and healthier travel. Boris Johnson described it as a potential "golden age for cycling".
Daily mortality rates do not tell the whole story. Data gathered from across the globe show a discrepancy between registered COVID-19 deaths and overall expected mortality numbers.
A study using data collected in the UK over 40 years shows how measles spread through smaller populations, before there was a vaccination.
Robots have been delivering shopping supplies in the town of Milton Keynes in the UK, whilst the country remains on lockdown due to COVID-19.
A 'hybrid parliament' session has taken place in Britain, with 50 MPs physically taking part in the chamber with another 120 joining via video conference.