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Air pollution is killing 1,200 young people in Europe each year
Europe’s air pollution is improving but there's still a long way to go. Here’s which countries are worst affected.
The European countries where you can get paid to cycle to work
Cycling helps you to get fit and reduce emissions.
Air pollution harms health from before birth to old age
Researchers say pollution affects our quality of life and impacts our ability to work, learn and contribute to society.
Toxic fumes alert following massive warehouse fires in Hamburg
Police have warned people in the Hamburg to close their windows after a large fire that engulfed several warehouses sent black, chemical-laden smoke drifting over the city.
‘Wasteful luxury’: Private jet pollution more than doubles in Europe
As millions face fuel poverty, a Greenpeace study has found that number of private jet flights is soaring in Europe.
Germany, EU reach agreement in combustion engine row
Berlin and the EU have reached an agreement in their dispute over the future of cars with combustion engines.
Road rage: Traffic noise spikes blood pressure, new research finds
Feel your blood boil when you’re near a busy road? A new study explains why
Richest country in Europe marks third year of free public transport
The 640,000 or so citizens of Luxembourg have been enjoying free public transport for three years and, unsurprisingly, they quite like it.
Bangkok smog blankets city hospitalising 200,000
The popular holiday destination is currently recommending that anyone who goes outside wears a high-quality N95 anti-pollution mask.
There’s no escaping deadly air pollution. How can we tackle it?
99.999 per cent of the world’s population are breathing unsafe air.
Big Gas looked into indoor air pollution from stoves over 50 years ago
The American Gas Association was aware about health concerns in the early 1970s, rediscovered documents show.
Should we be worried about air pollution on underground trains?
Many studies over the last few years have revealed high pollution levels on underground trains.
Traffic fumes may impair your thinking. These simple steps can help
Scientists find ‘concerning’ links between traffic jams, depression and memory in this first-of-its-kind air pollution study.
Kenyan physics teacher turns old laptops into e-bike batteries
When Kenyan physics teacher Paul Waweru’s electric motorbike stopped working, he couldn’t travel to work. Then he turned to old laptop batteries.
This device captures microplastic pollution from car tyres
Meet the award-winning startup that created a device which collects harmful microplastics released from your car tyres.
Is your gas oven polluting your home?
A new study - shared exclusively with Euronews Green - has found that gas cookers are fuelling air pollution in homes and increasing the risk of childhood asthma.
Finland's "progressive punishment" when it comes to speeding tickets
Did you know getting a speeding ticket in Finland can either be very expensive or very cheap?
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Skopje chokes in dangerous levels of air pollution
North Macedonia has imposed emergency measures in its capital Skopje and three other cities to tackle soaring levels of smog.
EU countries don't have to pay compensation for polluted air, says ECJ
According to the European Environment Agency, air pollution causes more than 300,000 premature deaths a year in the EU.
Suicide rates rise as air quality worsens, study finds
The first of its kind large-scale study examined deaths across the US between 2003 and 2010.