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Spain lowers the temperature on strict air conditioning rules
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Mont Blanc warning as heatwave causes more frequent rockfalls
Amateur climbers have been urged to steer clear of France's Mont Blanc as extreme heat is causing more frequent rockfalls.
Fast moving McKinney fire burns forest in US
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Paris expands its underground cooling system to beat the heat
Paris' urban cooling network is set to triple in size, reducing the city's temperature by 1°C.
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After a heatwave gripped the UK, PM candidates Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak need to focus on their green policies.
The deadly human cost of Europe’s ‘apocalyptic’ heatwave
Extreme heat in Europe is causing thousands of deaths and making pre-existing health conditions worse.
Italian climate activists glue their hands to a Botticelli painting
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Italy’s beaches at the centre of heated controversy
Beach club owners, politicians and environmental campaigners are fighting over the future of Italy’s coastline.
Car drives through violent wildfire in Portugal, as country wilts under heatwave
A car drives through a wildfire in central Portugal, where over 2,000 firefighters were battling four major fires across the country on Thursday morning.
Yemen faces hazardous environmental threat from medical waste crisis
More than seven years of conflict in Yemen have devastated the economy, displaced millions, and wreaked havoc on the environment.
Cheap chicken in Europe is fuelling crime and human rights abuses: NGO
Indigenous people are being killed on land where soy is grown to feed chicken sold in Europe, says NGO Earthsight.
Meet the teenagers making upcycling fashionable in Qatar
"Fast fashion is a concept that moves really quickly and people don't really realise how much of a carbon footprint they're leaving behind."
Scientists develop heat resilient plants to survive climate change
Newly developed heat-resistant plants could help prevent food crises during heatwaves.
Five phrases that made waves at the UN Ocean Conference
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US Supreme Court hands down 'devastating' environmental ruling
The US Supreme Court has restricted how the nation’s main anti-air pollution law can be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
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In the first episode of the Ocean Calls podcast, Johan Rockström and George Monbiot debate whether it's too late to save the ocean from threats such as climate change and overfishing.
Demonstrators gather outside G7 venue in Germany
Dozens of anti-G7 protesters demonstrate near Elmau Castle in the Bavarian Alps, where the G7 summit is being held.
The jungle environmentalist saving elephants in Thailand
"We must find a way to coexist with nature as our populations rise. As wild spaces shrink, we will bump up against nature."
European Commission wants to slash use of pesticides by 50% by 2030
A complete ban on pesticides is being proposed in public areas, such as parks and playgrounds.
Ukraine wants to hold Russia accountable for its environmental crimes
Once the war is over, Ukraine is hoping to take Russia to court over the billions of euros of damage the war has inflicted on the environment.
Drought, heat and high winds fan forest fires in southern France
Hundreds of firefighters were still battling forest fires on Sunday that broke out on Saturday in southern France.
Amazon groups offered mediation in supermarket deforestation row
It is the first time a French supermarket chain has been taken to court over deforestation and the loss of land and livelihood.
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Meet the film director who built his own house out of hemp
After turning 60 and welcoming his first granddaughter, Steve Barron felt the need to give something back to the planet and began researching how to build a house out of hemp.
World’s largest vertical farm could help the UK cut food miles
Comfortably larger than any other facility of this kind, it is due to open later this year.
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The storage technology could iron out the main drawback of using solar or wind power.