The sun shines in Denmark an average of 1,540 hours a year, which means one fifth of the 365 days.
Unusually large icebergs have broken off the Arctic shelf and floated south, coming close to the Canadian shore, posing shipping and fishing hazards, but proving to be a big tourist draw.
In 2003 a ‘tyre graveyard’ near Madrid measuring 220,000 square metres was declared illegal.
Environmental group Friends of the Earth staged protest action outside the European Commission on Thursday (March 30) against the planned merger of German drug and crop chemical maker Bayer and US see
This edition of Futuris visited a factory in Belgium which specialises in dyeing fabrics.
The loss of the Azure Window has sparked within the people of Malta a moment of national introspection
Euronews spoke with the renowned documentary maker Luc Jacquet about his filming of a new chapter in the life of the emperor penguin.
Trump to address Congress after first month marked by missteps, internal conflicts and squabbles with mainstream media
Scott Pruitt has been confirmed at the head of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – a body he sued more than a dozen times during his tenure as Oklahoma attorney…
California officials have said the crisis at the damaged Oroville dam is now under control and that evacuated residents can return home.
The Bristol BioEnergy Centre is working on bacteria which breaks down chemicals in urine releasing energy as electrons which turns into electricity.
Zoologists in Norway say a beached whale found off the country’s western coast earlier this week had more than 30 plastic bags inside its stomach.
Asked about his views on the European Union, Donald Trump has a favourite anecdote.
Nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, is a potent greenhouse gas. Scientists in Norway are looking at ways to better fight it.
EDF has finally voted to begin the process of closing France’s oldest nuclear plant after accepting a government compensation plan.
The ruby seadragon, a new species of animal, has been filmed alive for the first time by researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San…
As Paris steps up its crackdown on the city’s worst-polluting vehicles (in French), Euronews looks at what other European cities are doing to tackle the deadly…
Australia is dealing with an invasion of deadly red fire ants which are becoming a huge problem in parts of south east Queensland.
Scientists equip a female polar bear on the ice sheet of the Beaufort Sea with a camera to understand how polar bears live with diminishing ice cover
ChemChina and the Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngentahave responded to concerns by the EU's competition regulator over their merger.
A winter storm has felled California's iconic Pioneer Cabin Tree, an ancient Sequoia which is believed to have lived for at least 1,000 years
There is good news for motorists in Madrid, with city officials deciding not to extend unprecedented anti-pollution traffic restrictions imposed on Thursday.