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It can often be a divisive issue, so how do we communicate our concerns to those closest to us?
It's easy to feel anxious about the state of the environment but this course is fighting that feeling with education.
Euronews has held a special debate about how climate change is increasing the risk of certain diseases for Europeans.
Scientists say the reduction is likely to be only a “drop in the ocean” when it comes to turning around decades of climate change, but environmentalists are hopeful it will encourage a broader shift towards green energies.
Why is London's Trafalgar Square covered in children's shoes this week?
Is climate change increasing the risk of certain diseases for Europeans? We ask a leading expert in our report from Sweden. Plus we bring you the very latest data on how the planet is changing, with the most recent record-breaking figures for April 2020 from the Copernicus Climate Change Service.
She led 5,000 kids onto the roads in protest, now Noga Levy-Rapoport is trying to reform the education system.
Rosie Watson and Mike Elm set off for a cross-continent journey on foot and bike to meet those tackling the climate crisis. But the coronavirus pandemic left them stranded in Kosovo.
The carbon border tax could fill the void in global standards for tracking and verifying greenhouse gas emissions, including methane, and could encourage further climate innovation. Accurate data will play a crucial role.
Billions of euros of collective public monies will be invested to restart Europe’s economy, as countries emerge from lockdown. The level of investment is set to spark a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reshape the direction of our societies and to resonate in countries far from Europe.
"If 2020 has proved anything, it’s that anything can happen," writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey, pondering COVID-19's impact on the climate.
The fictional piece considers the role of ordinary people in environmental activism.
A new report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) provides an almost real-time view of the COVID-19 pandemic’s extraordinary impact across all major fuels
Spain was the worst-hit country in Western Europe, recording more than 23,000 people displaced last year alone.
Record breaking temperatures are newsworthy, but not very surprising from a scientific point of view
A record-size hole in the #ozone layer above the Arctic has finally closed.
Campaigners say the current situation could become the "new normal" if we don't take action on the climate crisis.
While last year was the warmest year on record for Europe, this was closely followed by 2014, 2015 and 2018.