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Three years on from Luxembourg's introduction of free public transport, residents see it as a ‘good form of freedom'.
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The 640,000 or so citizens of Luxembourg have been enjoying free public transport for three years and, unsurprisingly, they quite like it.
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The Paris Olympics is going green with no air con and a riverside opening ceremony - but environmental experts aren’t convinced.
Dutch farmer protest party wins big in provincial elections
Action against new climate laws in the Netherlands has spurred the popularity of a new political party.
Will drought and flooding get worse as temperatures rise?
‘Sharp’ increase in weather extremes correlates with warming climate, study shows.
EU agrees to push for the global phaseout of fossil fuels
The EU has laid out its climate and energy priorities ahead of COP28 in November.
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An escape tunnel in Bergen will double up as a quick route through the city for pedestrians and cyclists.
What is desflurane and how is it bad for the environment?
Scotland has recently banned the general anaesthetic due to its climate impact.
UK farmers to breed ‘low-emission sheep’ in bid to cut methane
Sheep’s emissions are a major cause of global warming. But these farmers think they have a solution.
Companies use ‘carbon insetting’ to hide true emissions, report warns
Corporations use ‘carbon insetting’ to give consumers false impression of climate impact, according to a damning new report.
Could baby kangaroo poo reduce methane from cows?
Livestock farming is the biggest human-caused source of methane. Scientists have come up with another way to tackle the gas.
Why is Italy opposing an EU plan for greener buildings?
Countries will older houses could bear the brunt of EU-mandated green building renovations.
Why are UK farms going ‘veganic’? Meet the green agriculture pioneers
A British farmer who gave up cows to grow vegan cereal has been recognised by PETA's new Farming Awards.
Germany to accelerate renewables by cutting red tape
In its race to net zero, Germany is streamlining permitting and reducing environmental assessments for wind and power projects.
The emissions-saving solutions that also help you live longer
Better insulation, less red meat, more exercise: These are the climate-friendly changes that will improve your life expectancy.
Bill Gates backs burp-busting cow feed by Aussie start-up
Methane gas is one of the biggest drivers of global warming. This startup hopes to combat it using seaweed.
Experts identify three ‘positive tipping points’ for climate action
A new report has identified three actions that could speed up decarbonisation.
Could coffee pods be better for the environment than filter coffee?
A new study compared greenhouse gas emissions from the entire lifecycle of pod, filter and instant coffee.
Airline industry claims French flight ban breaches freedom of movement
Industry groups say France's ban on domestic short haul flights is ineffective and legally questionable.
Why has this European capital endorsed the Plant Based Treaty?
Edinburgh has become the first European capital to endorse a plant-based diet to tackle the climate emergency.