Lyon, France – 31 May 2022 – Euronews will offer viewers throughout this week special coverage dedicated to news and stories about the future of our planet, the protection of our natural environment and the development of eco-innovations.
Timed to coincide with the EU’s own Green Week – of which Euronews is a media partner – the network will produce a range of content around key environmental topics such as climate change and the EU Green Deal.
While throughout the year, Euronews covers many environmental stories both on TV and on its digital platforms, this week will see a special focus on “green” stories across all its 12 languages editions.
In particular, a special editorial focus will be placed this week on the future of water.
- Euronews Green, the media’s vertical dedicated to environmental issues, will play a central role in the special coverage in bringing features to digital audiences, as well as publishing op-eds from voices active on the issue of the future of water.
- Euronews’ weekly newsletter on European Politics The Briefing will put a special emphasis on green issues at EU level.
- Ocean, Euronews’ magazine on marine and maritime life, will explore the arrival into the Mediterranean Sea of non-indigenous species, linked to climate change and other pressures.
- Euronews Witness, Euronews’ current affairs magazine, will focus on nitrate water pollution in Spain.
In its daily news bulletins, across all its TV language editions, Euronews will travel across Europe to put the spotlight on issues linked to the environment, such as urban beekeeping to fight pollution in Rome, saving trees in Berlin in the face of droughts, or the preservation of forests in Romania.
Across all of its platforms, Euronews’ editorial team will be mobilised all week to bring viewers and web users content linked to the Green Week: a dedicated hub on Euronews’ website will aggregate all of this content and other recent content connected to the issue.
A virtual debate will be livestreamed on Euronews in English’s website and YouTube channel on Wednesday 1st June at 3pm CEST: it will bring together experts and industry executives on a panel entitled “Future of Water: How can Europe fight the climate crisis?”
From an advertising point of view, these thematic weeks give brands unique opportunities to take action and raise awareness of their own initiatives in a dedicated, privileged and safe environment.
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