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How dogs are using their special powers to help us save water
With a sense of smell 10,000 times sharper than ours, dogs can have a significant impact in the conservation sector.
German water utility pulls plug on Tesla over unpaid bills
Tesla is building its first European factory outside the German capital and aims to eventually build 500,000 electric vehicles there.
Total: Using biomimicry for cleaner water
On oil and gas producing platforms, produced water is also extracted with crude oil or used to bring it to the surface. But it is often contaminated and can be harmful to fragile ecosystems if discharged without treatment.
Ten inventive ways Cubans tackle their drinking water problems
Less rainfall, a growing population, the exhaustion of water utilities, and economic hardships are among the reasons for the scarcity of drinking water in Cuba. The daily routines of life without clean running water explained in the work by photographer Sanne Derks.
Michigan agrees to pay $600m to victims of the Flint water crisis
It has been called one of the worst human-caused environmental disasters in American history.
Fire hydrants helping New Yorkers keep cool amid high temperatures
New York City has opened up hundreds of fire hydrants to help locals cope with hot temperatures.
Miracle of nature: Trappist monks turn waste into water
A 19th Century abbey in the Netherlands has become a case study on how to better manage water resources in 21st Century Europe.
Bulgaria: Residents in Pernik protest about water shortages
Protesters blame corruption and mismanagement.
This e-Bike can ride on water
A New Zealand company has developed a new way to get moving on water, with the help of pedal power and an electric engine. On display at the CES tech show in Vegas, the Manta5 Hydrofoiler can reach speeds of 12 mph (20 kph).
Watch: Swimmers plunge into the North Sea on New Year's Day
The annual New Year's Day swim has taken place all over Europe.
Should you pay to refill your water bottle?
Ape2O is charging people to refill water bottles in London, where people are used to free water fountains.
World Toilet Day: 4.2 billion live without safely-managed sanitation
Not having access to a toilet has serious consequences but researchers have plenty of ideas on how to tackle the problem
Toilet tales and ducks for neighbours: Life on a canal boat in London
We meet 3 houseboat residents to discuss the ups and downs of floating life. Are boats really that sustainable?
Rising sea levels - how the Netherlands found ways of working with the environment
The Climate Now programme looked at the different ways the city of Rotterdam combats Climate Change. It looks at how the city deals with the rise of sea levels, how a roof garden is helping to store water and grow its own produce and how a floating farm works.
Microplastics are in our drinking water, warns WHO
Plastic particles of the kind harming sealife are also present in drinking water, the WHO says. But dirty water remains a bigger health concern.
Indonesia has plans to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo
The move comes because the current capital Jakarta is sinking - with some 40% of its 10 million population now living below sea level.
Quarter of humanity - including San Marino - faces dire water crisis
Most of southern Europe falls into the 'high water stress' category, with some cities and region facing an even deeper crisis.
"Love Water" campaign to encourage Britons to look after waterways
Parts of Britain might run out of water within 25 years if the public don't change their wasteful ways.
Paris authorities cry 'fake news' over rumours of contaminated water
The prefecture of the Paris region denied on Saturday that tap water in the French capital presents "any risk for public health" and called "fake news" social media rumours claiming the water is polluted with tritium, a nuclear element.
Waterless fashion: does the dyeing industry need to use water?
We explore the phenomenon of dyeing clothes with CO2.
Madrid residents take part in annual water fight
Residents in Madrid gave one another a good soaking during the Vallecas annual water festival on the 14 July 2019. The Battle of the Water, as it is popularly known, sees residents of the Vallecas neighbourhood dance through the streets to a drum as they spray each other with water guns.
How to wash your clothes in an eco-friendly way
How to transform your clothes washing habits to have less of an environmental impact.
Sprinkler truck sprays people in Prague with water in 37C temperatures
Tourists in Prague's Old Town Square got a slight reprieve from the scorching heat on Tuesday when a city worker parked a sprinkler truck in the public plaza and sprayed water into the air.
National Refill Day to spill out across Europe
The campaign to have Brits refill their water bottles is set to go global.
Today is National Refill Day, so forget plastic and choose to reuse
Ditch the plastic, it's time to buy a reusable water bottle.
Viral photo illustrates scale of Greenland's melting ice | #TheCube
Danish climatoligist Steffen M. Olsen captured this photo of his dog sled apparently travelling on water last week, as temperatures rose 40 degrees Fahrenheit above average.