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The most sustainable restaurant in the world
This Spanish three-star Michelin restaurant aims to be one of the most sustainable and environmentally-friendly places on the planet.
Cyclists in Philippines highlight the plight of plastic
200 bikers cycled to a bird sanctuary to collect rubbish on the beach ahead of World Environment Day on June 5
Scotland bans single-use coffee cups in government buildings
From 4 June, all single-use coffee cups will be banned in restaurants and cafes inside Scottish government buildings. Employees will be provided with ceramic cups instead.
Greenpeace: Single-use plastic has to stop
Greenpeace tells Euronews single-use plastic is to blame for ocean pollution. "We're going to reach a point soon when there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish."
Greece's first plastic straw free island
The island of Sikinos is looking to be the first Greek island to eliminate the use of plastic straws this summer
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London Zoo unveils plastic pollution art installation
Mongolia hunting ban clashes with centuries old tradition
The Dhuka reindeer herders of northen Mongolia say the new regulations threaten their way of life
Monsoon rains cause heavy flooding in Sri Lanka
At least eight dead from flooding and landslides
Deadly acid cloud over Hawaii after volcano eruption
Toxic cloud caused by stream of lava flowing into Pacific Ocean
Sandstorm sweeps through north-western China
China's north-west region is on high alert for sandstorms after one blanketed Aksai Kazakh Autonomous County in Gansu Province.
European court upholds pesticide ban
A European court has upheld a partial ban on three insecticides, saying the European Commission had been right to restrict their use to protect bees.
Crackdown on Europe's polluters
The European Commission is taking Britain, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Romania to the European Court of Justice for failing to respect air quality limits.
We've found the world's deepest plastic bag, say scientists
Details of the discovery have been published in a marine journal as part of a 30-year study into deep-sea plastic pollution.
Meet the artist raising awareness about Google's carbon footprint
Ever wondered how bad your Googling is for the environment?
Would you buy a lab-grown diamond?
Natural stones or eco-friendly gems should rule the diamond market?
Deadly dust storm kills dozens in India
At least 70 people have been killed in powerful dust storms that hit the northern Indian states of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
Green dams 'hit' West Balkans biodiversity, locals' water supply
Lauded as green and environmentally friendly, small-scale hydropower dams are dotted around the West Balkans. But local communities say the impact is disastrous.
'World's oldest spider' dies at home after 43 years
For spiders, the secret to long life is not moving much.
Australia pledges millions to save the Great Barrier Reef
The Australian government has promised more than 300 million euros to help save the Great Barrier Reef - in the largest single investment for reef conservation and management in the country’s history.
Environmentalists buzzing after EU bans 'bee-harming pesticides'
Green campaigners have welcomed EU moves to ban the outdoor use of pesticides they claim are harmful to bees. But industry say it is a sad day for farmers.
Rep-Air, the t-shirt that absorbs unpleasant and harmful toxins in the air
The simplest and most affordable way to become an eco-conscious hero and tackle air pollution.
What plastic objects cause the most waste in the sea?
The problem of plastic pollution in the seas is well known, but what everday items you use are most often found in the world's oceans?
Green Brexit policy worse for environment, report finds
Policy concerning such things as wildlife, water and air quality are all at risk post-Brexit, a new risk assessment has warned.
How oil-rich Norway is leading the world on electric cars
Its wealth is built on fossil fuels, yet Norway is leading Europe and the world when it comes to electric cars.
Police and activists clash at protest camp in western France
Nearly 2,500 military police have been sent to evacuate the site in Notre Dame des Landes
Houston, we have a space junk problem: View
How scientists are trying to stop space debris from creating a cosmic junkyard.