Owner Drax, which received £6bn in subsidies, continues to burn timber from Canadian trees - BBC finds.
As Spain continues to be blighted by a lack of rain, farmers want more government assistance.
The firm never acknowledged the project publicly but had recruited about two thousands workers.
Satellites reveal a 50-year record of climate change by tracing the lumpiness in ice surfaces.
A miniscule, transparent fish makes drumming sounds as loud as a jackhammer, say researchers.
Space agency Jaxa said the craft re-established communication after the equivalent of two Earth weeks without Sun.
The history-making robot likely caught its foot on contact with the lunar surface and fell sideways.
The ECT allowed fossil-fuel companies to sue governments for billions in compensation for lost profits.
Ammonia is essential for fertiliser production but producing it is carbon intensive.
Pollution controls have seen mercury emissions plummet - but levels in tuna have remained stable.
Sea-bird counts after avian flu show serious declines in three species, the charity RSPB says.
At least three homes in Dana Point, California are under threat after a portion of the cliff they're on gave way.
Astronomers report an object that shines with a brightness equivalent to 500 trillion suns.
If the Odysseus craft lands safely it would be the first private mission to successfully land on the Moon.
It may be bigger than a large city - but the world's biggest iceberg can still turn on a sixpence.
The Lisa project to detect gravitational waves will be one of the most complex ever space missions.
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