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Curvette Central, in DR Congo. Credit: Simon Lewis

The world’s forests have absorbed over 100 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide over the past three decades, but they need more protection, according to a new study.

A person wearing a backpack taking a picture of a high rise building on their phone

As ChatGPT becomes a widely available tool for tourists to plan trips and solve their travel needs, Professor Jon Lovett and colleagues ask: do tourists like interacting with artificial intelligence?

Riisa Bog in Estonia during twilight. The landscape features calm, reflective water surrounded by patches of grass and low-growing trees.

Cat Moody, Joseph Holden and Andy Baird produced a chapter of the United Nations (UN) Water Report: Water for Climate Mitigation.

Avalanche Canyon with Gilkey Glacier in the background, showing a steeply incised glacier valley. Photography by Professor Bethan Davies.

Melting of glaciers in a major Alaskan icefield has accelerated and could reach an irreversible tipping point earlier than previously thought, new research suggests.

Two plant collectors in the Andean cloud forest, Peru.

They are collaborators on GEO-TREES, a global, £13m funded project to collect ground data and validate carbon storage maps of the world’s forests.