Sir David Attenborough fronts a new documentary on lockdown's effect on the natural world.
There are warnings that, with ground drying out, more landslips and rockfalls could happen.
Some rare footage of two wild pandas having a fierce fight has been captured by researchers in China.
The makers of the Bafta-winning documentary want to preserve the underwater ecosystem it features.
The BBC speaks to the woman who, as a child, witnessed Yuri Gagarin's return to Earth 60 years ago.
She told the BBC she was concerned about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on attendance at COP26.
A paediatrician describes how his love of space observation has grown during the lockdown.
One impact of lockdown is that there has been a big reduction in light pollution in some areas.
Shan, 17, wants to find out just how much food gets wasted in his home country of Singapore.
Marine scientist Professor Jessica Meeuwig on her hopes for a new ocean monitoring system.
Tree felling is helping to restore an ancient ecosystem which can store even more carbon than trees do.
Regent honeyeaters have become so sparse that some of the birds have been unable to learn their song.
Beekeeper Erika Thompson says the video, viewed over a million times, was "just a normal Tuesday".
Dene Bingham photographs dangerous seas and wild places from a remote coast in Western Australia.
The harlequin toad has been successfully bred in captivity for the first time outside Panama.
During the virtual event the Queen was shown a meteorite that fell to Earth and classroom rockets.
Japan's most powerful earthquake on record caused a tsunami and a nuclear power plant meltdown.
A home in a Gloucestershire town was hit by the most valuable space rock ever to fall on the UK.
Divers in the Philippines find personal protective equipment (PPE) among rubbish on a coral reef.
Last year Singapore approved the sale of 'chicken' grown in a lab. What is it exactly - and could it be better for the planet?
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