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AlpInnoCT: the European project using intermodal transport to protect the Alps
The Alps are an essential transit area for freight transport. But road traffic generates noise, pollution and traffic jams in this sensitive ecosystem. A European project has a solution: the transfer of goods from lorries to trains.
ERMIS II - the project helping people with reduced mobility enjoy the beach
Thanks to a European project, people with reduced mobility in Cyprus and in Greece can enjoy the sea as many beaches are now equipped with wheelchair ramps, devices to get them into the water and much more.
Six endangered species in the Rhine wetlands are given help to survive
It is urgent to protect biodiversity, and there are solutions. Thanks to a cross-border project in the wetlands along the Rhine, concrete action is being taken to develop and sustain the population of six threatened species.
Poland judicial reforms are in breach of European law, court rules
The European Court of Justice says that a new disciplinary regime for judges could enable political influence over the judiciary.
Politics have entered the football pitch. Was it inevitable?
The Euro 2020 tournament has been characterised by unusually explicit conversations on politics, race and LGBTQ+ rights.
Discover Italy's greenest campus and how it's saving money and energy
The UNICAL in Calabria is the largest university campus in Italy and it is also one of Europe's "greenest". An ambitious energy project has allowed it to go green, lower CO2 emissions and save money.
The European initiative helping tourists to discover nature in a sustainable way
On the Spanish-Portuguese border, a sustainable tourism project is encouraging visitors to discover the natural and cultural heritage of this area with electric vehicles over a distance of more than 1000 kilometres.
Unearthing the little-known ancient theatres of Greece's Epirus region
Greece's Epirus region hosts 5 of the country's most important ancient theatres. Some famous, but others little-known. Could this EU project unearth these architectural treasures and put them centre stage once again?
Hungarian mayors battle government over finances
Opposition mayors in Eastern Europe are raising their voices against corruption and populism. We take a look at Hungary where they're accusing the central government of deliberate financial cuts to opposition-led municipalities.
This is Europe’s first cross-border mobile hospital
The French and Spanish Pyrenees regions get help with medical emergencies from the European project EGALURG. Its self-reliant mobile hospital also brings COVID-19 vaccine relief to rural communities.
Making Zorrotzaurre the 'Manhattan of Bilbao'
The AS Fabrik project is turning one of Bilbao's old industrial zones into a space for startups and new industries to face the challenges of the digital economy.
Adrinet: an initiative exorcising the Mediterranean's 'ghost nets'
Adrinet is a EU Cohesion Policy funded initiative that is helping to remove 'ghost nets' from seabeds in the Meditteranean. Its goal is to protect marine ecosystems and educate about the dangers of plastic pollution in the sea.
This cross-border cycle path links Spain to the Atlantic Pyrenees
The bicycle has no borders. That's the essence of Ederbidea, a cross-border cycle path, supported by the European Union's Cohesion Policy that aims to promote cycling, reduce traffic congestion and improve health for all.
MEP Awards in Brussels celebrates the year’s top European lawmakers
The Parliament Magazine's 2020 MEP Awards took place on Tuesday night, with Bulgarian MEP, Eva Maydell playing host. Several MEPs were awarded prizes in their respective categories, ranging from international trade to the environment.
High voltage reaches the Cyclades Islands in a boost for tourism and the environment
The Cyclades islands have dropped diesel electricity generators in favour of a direct connection to the cleaner and safer electricity grid of mainland Greece.
EU 'naive' over rule of law of breaches, says Jourova
Vera Jourova was speaking as the EU published its first-ever report on democratic values in the 27-country bloc.
Alpine Space protects heritage and the environment
Preserving heritage and protecting the environment are among the aims of the European Atlas project.
Algerians and Moroccans set to lose permission to travel to EU
Diplomatic sources say Morocco and Algeria will be removed from the list of countries whose citizens can travel to the EU when it announces its two-week review on Wednesday.
DISARM - predicting fires and protecting against them
DISARM is the fire-modelling system giving southern European nations a fighting chance against blazes like the one that caused the Mati tragedy in Greece two years ago.
How the bioeconomy is helping develop an innovative new baby formula
Smart Regions takes a look at a European project that is significantly scaling up the production of bio based products.
Budget battle as EU chiefs meet to thrash out long-term spending plans
It could get fiery: European leaders are meeting in Brussels to agree the EU's next long-term budget.
Vigilante groups in Europe: Taking the law into their own hands
This practice of vigilantes came from the United States and has spread to Europe especially in countries in the north. In Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Germany and the UK, vigilante groups number more than three million citizens
Farage on leaving Brussels: 'I'll miss being the pantomime villain'
Nigel Farage has been talking to Euronews about Brexit, leaving Brussels and how he'll miss being the pantomime villain.
NATO still 'necessary' amid Macron criticism it is 'brain dead'
Brexit, NATO, Trump, Turkey and more, Sassoli offered his take on many of today's hot topics for Euronews' Global Conversation.
How has the result of the European election affected Italy and Germany
Months after the European Elections, we’re back to talk about its main takeaways, namely gains for the greens and the strengthening of anti-immigrant far-right parties. We bring you two reports on Insiders Unreported Europe – Euronews’ current affairs magazine. One from Italy and one from Germany.
Watch: What are the main takeaways from the European Election?
Watch the interview to hear viewpoints from two different countries, Italy and Poland, about why Italy’s League Party scored so high and why the Law and Justice Party in Poland did so well.