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Connecting the dots on climate change
How can we decarbonise the most polluting industries in the world?
Where to park your private jet, according to the COP26 presidency
Pope Francis and religious leaders call for action over climate change
COP26: Youth activists march in Milan ahead of UN climate summit
COP26: World leaders prepare climate commitments in run up to summit
'We need to be whipped into action': Draghi reacts to Greta speech
How can we protect Biodiversity which is vital for all life on Earth?
Could standing up for the environment get you killed in Europe?
Euronews debates how Europe and China should preserve biodiversity
EUROPE'S CLIMATE MIGRANTS
Climate change is fuelling fiercer fires and forcing people to migrate
How even rich Bavaria cannot provide shelter from climate change
Ghost town: The Moldovans who refuse to be climate migrants
Germany to slash renewable energy fees to ease burden of higher bills
A typical German household has seen bills rise by 9.3% over the past 12 months.
Scientists battle to save Florida's coral reef from 'mysterious' disease
Scientists are using laboratories to preserve shrinking coral reef populations in Florida.
These are the 11 most beautiful solar farms in the world
The list features solar mountains, floating farms, and a guest appearance from Mickey Mouse.
Thousands of miners march to protect the coal industry in Bulgaria
Hundreds of families are destined to lose their jobs, say miners, if coal plants are shut down.
Recycle your way to lower taxes in this small Spanish town
La Nucía has won three Architizer awards, becoming a great example of sustainable change and economic prosperity.
Bulgaria slammed over 'irreversible' ecological impact of shipwreck
A cargo vessel carrying over 3,000 tonnes of nitrogen fertiliser has been stranded off Bulgaria's northern coast for more than three weeks.
What would a 90% loss of global biodiversity mean for the planet?
This week world leaders met to talk about tackling biodiversity loss and these lesser-known UN talks could have an impact on the future of our everyday lives.
Why are polluting oil-based fabrics still selling freely in the EU?
New campaign Make the Label Count says the EU needs to update its sustainable clothing label scheme to avoid greenwashing.
Polish activists protest as logging resumes in Bialowieza forest
Polish authorities say the logging operations are legal and necessary to protect against wood-boring insects.
Mass clean-up saves California surf spot from catastrophic oil spill
A tremendous clean-up operation means these iconic US beaches can now reopen following an environmental disaster.
European electricity companies return to coal as gas prices soar
"The electricity transition is happening but not with the urgency required: emissions are going in the wrong direction."
What is the hydrogen revolution taking place in the Netherlands?
Big players in the green hydrogen sector met in Amsterdam at the World Hydrogen Congress and this is what happened.
Rare pink dolphins saved by high-tech fishermen in the Amazon
Scientists in the Amazon are enlisting local fishermen to help track the pink river dolphins that were once their prey.
Wizz Air CEO calls carbon offsetting ‘a bit of a joke’
József Váradi also described the environmental measure as greenwashing.
Ten EU countries call on Brussels to label nuclear energy as green
The member states argue the current energy crunch, which has sent electricity prices soaring, makes the case for nuclear as an affordable, low-carbon energy source.
Prince Charles reveals he runs his car on fuel made of wine and cheese
In 2020, the Prince of Wales ventured into sustainable fashion by producing a clothing collection made out of nettles from his garden.
How widespread power cuts are pushing Lebanon towards solar power
Due to the worsening economic crisis, Lebanon has been grappling with total blackouts. The precarious electricity supply has accelerated a shift to solar power.
Kelp forests: The resurgence of nature’s climate change mitigator
Scientists in California are using drones to document the resurgence of nature’s climate change mitigator - the kelp forest.
This recyclable wind turbine will be a TV in 30 years
The world's first recyclable wind turbine blade has been invented, making wind turbines fully recyclable for the first time.
100 charities urge the EU to end use of some biomass as 'renewable' energy
European citizens pay more than €6 billion per year to subsidise wood burning as renewable energy.