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 project in the south of Spain is studying whether the European bison can help reduce the risk of wildfires by clearing away scrubland that fuels blazes.
Furry 4-legged friends are helping conservationists to track down ornate box turtles, whose habitats are quickly disappearing
This high-altitude solar power plant sits in a stunning location, floating on a lake in between the Swiss Alps.
All of the country's 17 million mink population were culled last year over risk of spreading a COVID-19 variant.
Pascal Brun, the head of sustainability for clothes retailer H&M, talks of the company's goal to become climate positive, how fast fashion is nearing an end and how the industry should shape a new environmentally friendly era.
Europe’s ocean conservation efforts have pivoted to animal repopulation and planting blue carbon stores.
Arup architect Rudi Scheuermann explains why if 20% of each building was covered in plants, in 20% of the city, we would see reducing temperatures and improved air quality.
"We are concerned about rapid increasing use of fossil fuels for Bitcoin mining and transactions," Tesla CEO Elon Musk said.
The most magnificent, environmentally mindful buildings from all over the globe.
Using less energy than other cryptos, Chia has been hailed as the "green" alternative to Bitcoin. But is it all that it seems?
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.