As the United Nations’ climate talks came to an end, countries pledged on Friday November 18 to move forward with the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Environmental groups such as Greenpeace have welcomed the united front displayed by nearly 200 countries in Marrakesh in the face of Donald Trump’s campaign threat to quit the Paris accord on climate…
In theory, the aim of the COP 22 summit was clear: to implement the Paris agreement to limit the rise in temperatures to 1.
A united response: nearly 200 countries meeting in Morocco have declared action on climate change an “urgent duty”.
The US president-elect has called climate change a hoax and threatened to tear up the Paris COP21 deal.
With the world facing a new American leader-in-waiting who says he wants to pull out of the Paris Climate deal, China says it is ready for global leadership against climate change.
How can we ensure sustainable water management to meet the growing demand from industry and agriculture? What are the climate risks related to water?
At the UN climate change summit in Marrakech one of the delegates reacted to the news.
Climate change is once again the focus of global diplomacy as the COP22 is underway in Marrakech.
COP 22 host nation Morocco takes over from France to launch the Triple A initiative (Adapting African Agriculture) to the challenges of climate change. Morocco faces the same difficulties as other Af
November 4th sees the application of the Paris COP21 agreement on fighting climate change, but will polluting nations take the necessary steps and live up to their promises?
Morocco launches a sustainable environmental protection program promoting local products and ecotourism as well as the conservation and development of oases
Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), faces her greatest challenge: implementing the ambitious Paris Agreement in the fight agai
While filming “The Road to the Cop 22” Euronews visited several cities in Morocco.
The COP 22 climate conference will soon begin in Casablanca, Morocco, and ahead of the event the country is mobilising to raise awareness of rubbish and pollution problems, and engaging the people the
Morocco is leading the way in solar energy and benefiting from its most powerful natural resource while protecting the environment and creating jobs
Morocco's Blue Belt initiative aims to encourage sustainable fishing, from seas and lakes to consumers' plates, to allow marine resources to renew themselves.
The Moroccan city of Marrakech, which is hosting the Cop22 climate change summit in November, has dedicated itself to eco-tourism.