Coal producers in America's 'energy capital' are trying to change the face of the fossil fuel industry amid concerns over fossil fuels.Read the full story ›
The airport on the Indonesian resort island of Bali has reopened after an erupting volcano forced its closure - but Mount Agung continues to spew ash into the air.
Spokesman Arie Ahsannurohim said the ash from Mount Agung has drifted south and south-east, leaving clean space above the airport for planes to land and take off.
Operations had shut down on Monday morning, disrupting travel for tens of thousands of people trying to enter or leave the popular holiday destination.
Thick ash particles are hazardous to aircraft and can choke engines.
Dr Steve Sweetman's 'jaw dropped' when a Portsmouth University student asked him to look at the specimens.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Science Correspondent Alok Jha
The main architect of the landmark Paris climate agreement has said she believes that a worldwide transition to a greener future is on the way - despite the US pulling out of the deal.
Christiana Figueres, the former UN chief climate negotiator, said she already saw clear signs that world leaders and business alike were waking up to the need for changes.
"For many different reasons I can see this transformation, this transition, is underway, she told ITV News Science Correspondent Alok Jha.
Ms Figueres said it was "very sad" to see Donald Trump take the US out of the agreement, adding that he had been "misguided" by his advisors.
She remains confident that the world's biggest economy will sign up again in the future, saying "The US will definitely come back into the fold...unless the United States want to go back into the dark ages - but who does that?"
Former Army officer Sophie Faldo won The Great British Bake Off - but it's not news for many after judge spoiler.Read the full story ›
The UN weather agency warned that rapid cuts to greenhouse gases are needed to avoid 'dangerous temperature increases'.Read the full story ›
Drivers of the most polluting vehicles will pay the new £10 T-Charge, meaning a daily payment of £21.50 to enter central London.Read the full story ›
Explosives experts were called to the nuclear reprocessing site in Cumbria, to help deal with chemical substances.Read the full story ›
Look up to the sky this weekend, and you might catch sight of one of the greatest natural spectacles of the year: The Orionid meteor shower.Read the full story ›