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Created by leading contemporary artists in an exploration of beauty and fragility, a panda-based collection of works in Woking will support conservation efforts by the WWF.
An ongoing investigation by Brazilian artist Maria Thereza Alves into ballast flora in the port cities of Europe has birthed an inimitable botanical landmark in Bristol.
From the Thames and Kew Gardens to Greenland and journeys through the Earth, May is an inspiring month in Science and Nature. Here are a few exhibitions we've spotted.
The second exhibition at a gallery attuned to climate concerns is a strikingly simple and multi-disciplinary one, says Mary Stevens.
Mariele Neudecker's three-storey show at Brighton's Regency Town House could represent the German installation artist's most ambitious work to date, says Mary Stevens.
An environmental festival will launch this year as part of a £400,000 partnership between Creative Scotland and Dumfries and Galloway Council.
Having explored mammoth teeth, dragonfly wings and the bones of bears during a residency alongside scientists, Katie Paterson's new exhibition is a miniature history of life.
Expert talks on the power of plants and vegetables are the star events in a summer of family activities and behind-the-scenes tours at London's 17th century Physic Garden.
Northern Ireland's famous World Heritage Site has never disappointed, but an £18.5 million visitor centre makes it all the better. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
Having seen deforestation on his native Brazilian farm, acclaimed photographer Sebastião Salgado went to five corners of the earth in pursuit of a portrait of the natural world.
Did curators in Brighton have one eye on the forecast when they were formulating their new Ice Age exhibition? Sarah Jackson takes a look at cave bear skulls, hand axes and orangutan jaws.
Bones in Coventry, pests in London, steel science in Sheffield and rumbles and groans in Manchester in our round-up of some Science and Nature highlights this month.
See some of the selected pictures ahead of the opening of a powerful showcase of environmental photography opening in London in April.
Live seismic recordings from 50 stations around the world – including ones beneath Greater Manchester – help create a unique sound and video installation at the MOSI.
Planners have begun consulting on plans to create a landscape-inspired visitor centre and youth hostel at The Sill, within the famous Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site.