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Freshwater for all: Europe faces up to the challenge
Life on earth depends on freshwater: a resource that's under pressure. Soaring demand and climate change make fresh water ever more precious, even in Europe, while floods and droughts are getting more extreme - changing the lives of millions.
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From sewage pipe to drinking glass: the future of wastewater treatment
With water an ever more scarce resource, authorities are turning their attention to getting the most out of wastewater.
How is climate change putting coffee and its growers at risk?
“If nothing is done, we should forget about coffee in a few years to come,” a Malawi-based coffee collective warns.
WATCH: Aftermath of wildfire devastation in Western Canada
Aftermath and damage caused by the Western Canadian wildfires in the small town of Entwisle, about 100 km west of Edmonton, Alberta. Some residents have been able to return to their homes, but several fires remain out of control.
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State of the Union: Spain heatwave, offshore wind plans & pharma rules
Record breaking temperatures in some Spanish areas, as April sees new highs.
Spain's April heatwave sees temperatures nudging 40C
Unseasonably hot weather has seen April temperatures nudging 40C in parts of Spain. Last year was Spain's hottest since 1961, and warm air from North Africa is giving Spaniards a foretaste of another scorching summer several months early.
From parades to die-ins, Earth Day was an ode to climate action
Earth Day: Watch the video to see how people celebrated around the world.
Firefighters in France battle first major forest blaze of 2023
Major wildfires in Europe are now starting earlier in the year, becoming more frequent and harder to stop, and doing more damage.
UK’s new net zero plan won’t meet 2030 emissions targets
Carbon capture and electric cars: What’s in the UK government’s new net zero plan?
UK ‘strikingly unprepared’ as climate crisis begins to bite
More than 3,000 early deaths and 25,000 wildfires due to extreme temperatures were recorded in Britain last year.
Millionaires are burning through our carbon budget, scientists warn
Millionaire spending will make clean transition ‘less likely’, a new report has warned.
Planting trees could offset emissions of up to 15 million Europeans
Planting new forests on 14 million hectares of available land across the continent could balance out the emissions of millions of Europeans every year, Kristjan Lepik and Lisett Luik write.
The way we eat could add nearly 1 degree of warming by 2100
A new study has revealed how our diets could push the planet past 1.5 degrees of warming.
What is desflurane and how is it bad for the environment?
Scotland has recently banned the general anaesthetic due to its climate impact.
Sun blocking tech ‘no substitute’ for emissions reduction, warns UN
The UN has warned that sun blocking technology is no substitute for reducing emissions.
Tunisia: Beach erosion is threatening tourism and communities
Coastal erosion is harming tourism, fishing and farming in Tunisia - and drought is making it worse.
Athletes hit by hotter temperatures, says World Athletics president
Endurance events are already punishing on athletes. What are the implications for sportspeople as global temperatures rise?
Get a birds-eye view of French village threatened by the advancing sea
Ever-rising sea levels and increasingly violent storms have made it impossible for people to live close to the coast.
Firing moon dust into space could reverse global warming, study claims
It sounds like something out of a sci-fi novel. But scientists think that firing moon dust into space could shade the earth from global warming.
Climate change-related disasters are surging. Someone has to pay
With mounting evidence that climate change increases the risk of natural disasters, governments should turn the tables on international petroleum companies and hold them responsible, Prof İbrahim Özdemir argues.