From climate change and eco-tech to the latest green innovations and solutions: discover our selection of environment news and stories from around the world.
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This high-altitude solar power plant sits in a stunning location, floating on a lake in between the Swiss Alps.
Environmental groups say the act was "politically motivated".
At least 50 countries have committed to protecting 30 per cent of the planet over the next decade to halt species extinction and address climate change, but the founder of the NewClimate Institute says none of these countries have short-term policies in place to be on track to meet these goals.
Euronews' Sci-Tech takes a look at two Japanese cities using digital tools and big data to become more sustainable and to respect the environment. The goal is to offer their residents better long-term living conditions.
The One Planet Summit hopes to reignite discussions about protecting nature and people.
This biodiversity hotspot is using new technology to help coral reefs grow.
Demand for sustainable meat alternatives is on the rise. But these nuggets aren't plant-based, they're lab-grown.
The key stories of the week have been captured by photographers around the world.
All transport, including trains and planes, in and out of Madrid ground to a halt after the city experienced the heaviest snowfall in four decades.
"It’s time we, as a society, admit that golf was a bad idea and move on," argues Abbie Richards.
Bali is the world's second-biggest marine polluter behind China
Dozens of palm-sized baby turtles flipped and flopped on a beach as they made their way towards the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean, under the watchful gaze of conservationists at a national park in Indonesia.
Could this be the future of renewable energy in domestic settings?
Islands of waste have formed on a major river in Bosnia, causing an environmental emergency and threatening a regional hydropower plant.
New, innovative technology is looking to solve the chronic water crisis on the Gaza strip.
As more companies use trees to lure in customers, Ariel Maldonado explains how to spot a greenwashing scam.