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.
A new study shows how a ‘disgust’ for certain meats could be used to reduce animal consumption.
Sustainable farming methods are being used more and more in Europe. They help the environment, reduce costs and help farmers earn a fair wage. The EU's Common Agricultural Policy is also trying to encourage these practices.
BelOrta's fruit and vegetable auction in Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Belgium, sells up to 4000 tons of produce a day. Over 1000 farmers are part of its network. Its Sales and Marketing Manager gives Euronews a glimpse into how it works.
6000 Salvinia weevils are being cultivated in Cameroon to control fast-spreading aquatic weeds engulfing the country’s coastal waters.
Chernobyl may not be fit for humans for 24,000 years, but wild horses and other endangered species are flourishing in the abandoned region.
Volunteers are applying to shoot bison at the Grand Canyon, to prevent environmental damage from taking place. But is this the right decision?
The 1986 disaster has unexpectedly created Europe's largest nature reserve.
Dubai is home to kilometres of unspoiled coastline, which conservationists are keen to preserve. Many organisations in the city are working together to protect and support the native wildlife and negate long-term impacts on the ecosystem.
Here is everything you need to pack for an environmentally friendly camping holiday.
The fight against gadget waste is being spurred on by new printable electronics made from wood ink.
Italy's Apennines region hopes to bolster its endangered bear population through the planting of nature corridors.
Entirely solar powered and fuelled by plant-based foods - how a Seychelles island became a sustainable paradise.
Railway stations are home to flowers, bees and hedgehogs across London.
A business model has grown around reforestation as a way of offsetting emissions, but is planting trees enough?
The European Commission reached out to gamification, storytelling and immersive technologies to save the bees.
Experts warn evolving rules, environmental concerns and competition from central banks threaten to undermine many of the world's fast-growing crypto assets.
WWF is calling for EU countries to phase out their coal power by 2030 in favour of renewable energy.
Seagrass is 35 times more effective than rainforests to store carbon.
Could the ocean help us shake off our century-long addiction to oil? Could blue be the new black? New materials and technologies are bringing Europe's "blue economy" sectors closer to this goal.
The number one European theme park is switching its slogan to, ‘where ecological dreams come true’.