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Heatwave cooks western Europe, with temperatures hitting 43°C
Baking Balkans as heatwave set to sizzle parts of southeast Europe
Temperatures are predicted to rise as high as 43 degrees celsius
Europe's central bank will allow higher inflation to hit climate goals
The bank said it would do more to take the impact of climate change into its monetary policy, saying that global warming could have “profound implications” for price stability.
Facebook must do more to fight climate change denial, campaigners say
A 40-page study alleges that climate change misinformation is being systemically spread by Facebook. The social media giant denies the claims.
Macron proposes French constitutional referendum on climate change
The French president said the referendum would be on whether to amend the constitution to reflect the fight against climate change and protecting the environment.
Europe's autumn 'the hottest on record amid world's warmest November'
Sweden and Finland broke national records while Norway had its joint warmest November since records began in 1900.
Sweden leads climate action ranking while Hungary and Slovenia lag
The EU ranks 16th in the annual Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) — an improvement from last year's 22nd position.
Denmark's dilemma as North Sea oil tests its green credentials
Denmark leads the way in Europe when it comes to climate-friendly policies. But lucrative North Sea oil is testing its green credentials.
EU has 'lost time, not momentum' on climate goals, says Commissioner
While the pandemic has affected almost all aspects of daily life in Europe, the European Commission claims the crisis has not diverted them from their ambitions to become carbon neutral by 2050.
Coronavirus downturn helps accelerate move to green economy, says ECB
"The fact we have this downturn does create some room for accelerating what needed to happen anyway: the green deal and digitisation," said the ECB's chief economist Philip Lane.
EU climate law explained: Europe's plan to hit carbon net-zero
The EU wants the world's first climate law in place to tackle climate change, but a battle is brewing over how much emissions should be reduced by 2030 to hit green goals.
Western Europe bracing itself for sizzling summer temperatures
Spain, Portugal, Italy and France are all set to see the mercury rising from Thursday.
Campaigners take Estonian government to court over new shale oil plant
Friends of the Earth Europe accuse the Estonian government of "gambling on the failure of international climate agreements, a continued dependence on fossil fuels and the subsidising of the declining oil industry".
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.
Germany says it will not grant asylum to 'climate refugees'
More than 25 million people are forced to move every year around the world because of the effects of climate change. Experts are divided as to whether they should be granted refugee status.
Give me Green Deal funds or I'm not backing budget warns EU chief
The EU Commission President called for compromise as groups of member states including "Friends of Cohesion" and "Frugal Five" battle it out over what they should pay and receive.
2020 sets record for Europe's hottest January, says Copernicus