Foraging in London: What you need to know to stay safe

Foraging has become popular once again in recent years after falling out of favour in the 50s and 60s with the rise of supermarkets. A preference for local and sustainable food has led to more people searching for eatable plants, berries and mushrooms in parks and woodlands. Jason Irving, of Forage Wild Food, explains what the rules are to stay safe. Oct 21, 2016

Bolivian glaciers melt threatens 2.3m people

A new study published in The Cyrosphere has found that Bolivian glaciers shrank by 43% between 1986 and 2014 and will continue to due so if temperatures continue to increase. This puts water supplies in the region at risk,as irrigation drinking water and hydropwer could affect up to 2.3 million inhabitants. Oct 20, 2016

The tilt of the Sun could be caused by undiscovered Planet 9

The undiscovered Planet Nine could be responsible for the unusual six-degree tilt of the Sun, according to a new study. The suggestions is that the large planet, 10 times the size of Earth, may be adding a wobble to the solar system which gives the appearance that the sun is titled slightly. Oct 20, 2016

Typhoon Haima slams the Philippines just days after Typhoon Sarika killed 3

A second deadly storm has returned to the Philippines this week as the country was pummeled by Typhoon Haima with torrential rains and wind, leaving at least four dead. Earlier, Typhoon Sarika caused heavy flooding in parts of the country. The typhoon raised fears that Haima could be on par with the devastating Typhoon Haiyan that battered the Philippines in 2013. Oct 20, 2016