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Authorities allowed hunters to shoot a record 75 wolves, out of a total population estimated at 460 animals.
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Thousands joined the demonstrations in the last days in Lutzerath to oppose the expansion of a gigantic open-pit mine that will swallow the now-empty village and the surrounding countryside.
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Two climate activists are still holding out in tunnels under the condemned hamlet of Luetzerath in Germany, which is due to be demolished in order to expand a nearby coal mine.
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German police continued clearing protesters who are against the expansion of a nearby coal mine.
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Majority of Finns champion nuclear power
As winter approaches and the energy demand increases, Finland hopes to reduce its dependency on Russia. Nuclear power, once a source of public mistrust, has now become an attractive solution.
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EU Environment Commissioner urges more action to save biodiversity
There is "no vaccine or peace treaty" for the biodiversity crisis, says EU Environment Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius
The young Swiss farmers rethinking soil for the future of food
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Has sustainable travel made Gdynia the 'happiest city' in Poland?
A poll suggests that Gdynia is the 'happiest city' in Poland. This may be linked to its ambitious project for greener public mobility planning.
This Spanish city was in decline - until it prioritised pedestrians
In central Pontevedra, pedestrians now have priority. And in just over two decades, the home to 80,000 inhabitants has been transformed from a city in decay.
Cycling nation: The secret to the Netherlands’ biking success
The Netherlands is famous for its cyclists, but how has the country managed to encourage so many people into the saddle?
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They're cheap, fast, pleasant, practical and of course, electric. But are e-scooters really good for the environment?
Motorcyclists grumble about new parking fees in Paris
Hundreds of motorbike and scooter drivers in Paris protested against the introduction of new parking fees for two and three-wheeled vehicles on Saturday.
'Wild Oysters' restoration project aims to turn tide on UK decline
Faced with a steep decline in local oyster populations, a UK biodiversity project aims to bring back the species to the country's coastlines.
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Europe needs to keep carbon neutraility goals, despite countries returning to coal, says Sinkevičius
Europe's Green Deal still a priority, despite energy concerns from war in Ukraine, says Sinkevičius
Is reshaping how we use our cities the key to leading happier lives?
The 15-minute city is a concept that responds to the climate emergency by ensuring that everyone can meet their essential needs within a small radius of home.
Fisherman catches record-breaking 300kg giant stingray in Cambodia
Local residents nicknamed the stingray "Boramy,” or “full moon,” because of its round shape.
MEPs fight over total ban on C02 emitting vehicles
EU Lawmakers will vote on a raft of climate measures Wednesday, aimed at reducing emissions by 55 per cent before the end of the decade.
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