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Germany opens investigation against officials for neglect during flood
German prosecutors have launched formal investigations into whether two regional officials failed to properly warn residents ahead of last month's floods that killed 141 people and injured hundreds more.
'The night was hell': Wildfire destroys homes on outskirts of Athens
More than 100 homes and businesses had been seriously damaged or destroyed, according to authorities.
Slovenia water law referendum seen as test for government
At the centre of the dispute is a provision regulating the construction of buildings, including hotels, shops and restaurants, close to the sea, rivers or lakes.
Which cities in the European Union are worst for air pollution?
Nowy Sacz in Poland was found to have the highest concentration of fine particulate matter across EU cities over the past two years.
Ten sites in Switzerland, France and Italy added to IUCN ‘green list’
The International Union for Conservation of Nature says well managed protected sites are a critical part of halting the dramatic loss of life on Earth.
110 NGOs criticise France's climate bill over 'lack of ambition'
France: 110 NGOs criticise draft bill on climate over 'lack of ambition'
Hundreds of birds dead after New Year fireworks displays in Rome
Loud fireworks and firecrackers in neighbourhoods that the birds tend to nest has been blamed for their sudden deaths.
Five years on, is Europe on track to hit Paris climate deal targets?
Researchers and activists think the EU's emission reduction goals don't go far enough - but say it's not too late to get back on track with the Paris Agreement's ambitious goals.
Brexit and budget deadlock set to overshadow EU summit in Brussels
It's crunch time in Brussels, as European leaders meet physically for the first time since October.
EU campaign to make repairing devices easier faces an uphill battle
Campaigners are bidding to make it easier to fix electronic devices, thereby reducing waste and helping the environment. But are MEPs on board?
'Fossil fuels still needed during green transition' - Timmermans
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, the European Commission's Executive Vice-President and person responsible for the bloc's Green Deal, Frans Timmermans, explained that some countries will still need to use fossil fuels during the continent's move towards renewable energies.
EU climate plan leak suggests a 55% emissions cut by 2030
In the corridors of Brussels rumours are rife that the Commission is to announce a 55% emissions cut, up from the current 40% goal by 2030, but its not proving popular across the political spectrum.
One in eight deaths in Europe linked to pollution, report says
Air and noise pollution as well as the effects of climate change such as heat waves impact the health and well being of Europeans, a new environmental report says.
New Copernicus study tells story of climate change in record year
While last year was the warmest year on record for Europe, this was closely followed by 2014, 2015 and 2018.
Experts highlight the impact of climate change on Belgium's forests
Forests in Belgium are feeling the effects of climate change, experts have told Euronews.
Luxembourg is first country in world to make public transport free
Next stop, huge debt? Luxembourg becomes the first country in the world to scrap charges for using public transport.
'Dark Waters': Hollywood's warning to Europe
Dark Waters tells the real life story of an American lawyer, who takes on one of the world's biggest chemical companies convinced they are knowingly polluting the local drinking water. It’s lead star Mark Ruffalo was in Brussels telling MEPs that he fears that the same could be happening here.
2020 sets record for Europe's hottest January, says Copernicus
Copernicus, Europe's climate change monitoring agency, found that temperatures in the region last month were more than 3.1°C above average.
Activists storm German coal-fired plant
The Datteln 4 coal-fired plant is scheduled to come online next year despite the government pledging to phase out coal by 2038.
Bulgarian government faces no-confidence vote over water crisis
Euronews reports from Pernik, a Bulgarian town where thousands are left without water due to suspected mismanagement at the top.
The Brief: 'dying' to be heard
These young activists are "dying" to be heard. Bringing their calls for urgent climate action inside the European Parliament and forcing politicians to climb over them, to get to their meetings.
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Meet the Finnish CEO who wants to make plastic sustainable
Woodly Oy has been working on a carbon-neutral plastic substitute that's made out of plant cells from sustainably managed forests.
Britain orders immediate moratorium on fracking
The government said the industry risked causing too much disruption to local communities through earth tremors.
Decline of insects in Germany is 'frightening', scientists warn
Insect biomass in the forest the scientists studied decreased by approximately 40% since 2008 and the situation is "even more alarming" in grasslands where it has decreased to only one-third of its former level.
Court blocks expansion of Romania's biggest coal mine
An energy company wanted to expand Rosia's 1,450-hectare coal mine by a further 280 hectares, 235 of which are currently covered by forest which would have had to be cut off, according to environmental network Bankwatch
Why the EU growing its own soybeans could prevent fires in Amazon
Every year, 33 million tonnes of soybeans are imported into the Old Continent, mostly from Brazil and the United States.