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global warming

World news about “global warming” published by euronews.

NEWS + | 22/11 19:08 CET

Climate change talks in Warsaw – a missed opportunity?

Climate change talks in Warsaw – a missed opportunity?

Proposed measures to protect the climate do not appear to have resulted in much. This year has seen the highest emissions of global greenhouse gases ever. In two years time, the United Nations wants to sign a global climate agreement which is supposed to be binding for all…

  • Chasing Ice
    CINEMA | 20/11 15:00 CET

    Chasing Ice

    Filmmaker Jeff Orlowski's new documentary "Chasing Ice" shows the edge of the massive Ilulissat glacier in Greenland collapsing -- or "calving"…

  • EU’s global warming battle takes to the skies
    THE NETWORK | 05/07 13:55 CET

    EU’s global warming battle takes to the skies

    The European Union may be risking a trade war over plans to charge all…

  • Greenland’s water mystery
    FUTURIS | 28/06 18:28 CET

    Greenland’s water mystery

    "Definitely, the glaciers in Greenland are retreating," that's the view of Bo Vinther, Glaciologist, Centre for Ice and Climate, University of…

  • Meryl Streep narrates polar bear documentary
    CINEMA | 24/04 16:32 CET

    Meryl Streep narrates polar bear documentary

    Double Oscar-nominated director Greg MacGillivray's 'To The Arctic' documents the struggle for survival for polar bears, amid rising…

  • Heat stroke in wetlands
    07/04 13:37 CET

    Heat stroke in wetlands

    Fabrizio Sergio is a Biological Researcher at the Donana National Park in Spain.     "I'm Fabrizio Sergio. I'm a researcher at a biological…

  • A life underwater
    07/04 13:37 CET

    A life underwater

    Jo Harmelin started diving in 1956. As a scientist he has noticed how the Mediterranean sea has evolved and he remains optimistic.    "Hello…

  • Climb-it change: a mountaineer’s tale
    29/03 09:19 CET

    Climb-it change: a mountaineer’s tale

    Simon Yates, Mountaineer ''I started climbing when I was 14, and the last 25 years I've been climbing mountains uninterruptedly. "I've…

  • ‘Be keen on Green’
    LEARNING WORLD | 18/03 11:19 CET

    ‘Be keen on Green’

    'Be keen on green' is the message being taught in homes and schools around the world as the health of the planet becomes an ever greater…

  • Satellites, swamps and solutions
    SPACE | 16/02 13:25 CET

    Satellites, swamps and solutions

    Wetlands, marshes and mangrove forests might seem simple expanses of muddy water, but are really complex eco-systems teeming with life. But…

  • Global warming: the big picture
    SPACE | 26/11 17:43 CET

    Global warming: the big picture

    Our planet is warming up. But to what degree will the climate change in the future? In order to find out, scientists are focussing on 50…

  • Bangladesh still waiting for climate relief
    REPORTER | 19/11 09:01 CET

    Bangladesh still waiting for climate relief

    The road from the Copenhagen to Cancun climate talks later this month has been a long and potholed one. Money promised for the most vulnerable…