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These two insects could wiggle their way into European snacks
The European Commission gave the green light to sell of larvae in powder and other forms - a decision that has caused quite a stir on social media.
Ryanair weakens green claims after warning from Dutch regulator
The low-cost carrier has changed its information on carbon compensation schemes following an investigation by the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets.
These jobs will get you hired in 2023, according to LinkedIn
LinkedIn’s latest ‘Jobs on the Rise’ list shows there are still bright spots in the European labour market.
EU puts ‘greenwashing’ companies on notice with draft law
A draft legal proposal by the European Commission aims to clamp down on companies falsely promoting their products as "climate neutral" or "containing recycled materials".
One man’s trash: meet the band making sweet music from rubbish
The Barcelona-based group defines their sound as “world jazz.” But then you realise than the 'guitarist' is playing a surfboard fitted with strings and the percussionist is playing on a plastic jug filled with water.
This solar-powered system can recycle plastic into sustainable fuels
Researchers say it is a ‘game-changer’ in the transition to a circular economy.
France’s train fares have gone up, but here’s how you can save
The rail network announced a decision to raise fares last November because of the increase in energy costs.
These are the five biggest reasons carbon offsetting schemes fail
Elina Kajosaari tells us why many carbon offsetting schemes fail the official sustainability criteria.
Is it more sustainable to skip your inflight meal?
IATA found that 1.14 million tonnes of food waste was generated from inflight catering in a year.
London jewellers are changing the game for lab-grown diamonds
Customer priorities and choices are changing and diamond markets are responding.
'Flightmare': Report shows some people never plan to travel again
A global survey of more than 16,000 people reveals intent to travel is plummeting in some countries.
An inside look at Valencia's new spectacular CaixaForum art centre
Take a look inside Valencia's recently inaugurated CaixaForum, the latest and most striking addition to the network of cultural centres run by ”la Caixa” Foundation in Spain
Experience Malaysia like a local at one of its 260 homestays
Malaysia is keen to attract more eco-tourists - here’s how it's planning to do it.
The young Swiss farmers rethinking soil for the future of food
Matthias and Sam are modern-day farmers who love to experiment.
High-speed rail in Portugal: New Lisbon and Porto routes revealed
The country joins Spain, France, the Netherlands and Belgium with intercity high-speed rail.
How to make a positive impact on the places you visit in 2023
Regenerative travel seeks to positively impact, preserve and protect the environment long after your holiday is over.
Why 'greening' your money could be essential to fight climate change
A sustainable pension or better banking may be a more effective way of cutting your carbon footprint than not flying.
Debate: How are EU cities adapting to be more sustainable & accessible
Listen to our My Europe debate on what European cities are doing to be more sustainable and accessible.
Danish prince enjoys cricket cookie: Should you try insect food too?
Cricket cookies are a tasty snack, according to Denmark’s crown prince.
These Italian villages cut their bills by producing their own energy
With energy bills set to double in the next year, people are looking for new ways to reclaim power.