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Hydroponics is a ‘godsend’ in this country with no natural rivers
With heatwaves destroying crops in Libya and Jordan, farmers and refugees are finding hope in a popular new farming technique.
How do heatwaves impact our sleep and what can you do to cool off?
Experts recommend sleeping in a room that is no hotter than 20 C. So, how do you get good, uninterrupted sleep during a heatwave?
Drought less severe than 2022, but groundwater levels still very low
Europe is recovering from last year's severe drought thanks to this spring's rain. But under the ground, aquifers are still at a very low level.
This paint made from oyster shells could cool your home by 7°C
Cool Roof France has found an innovative way to use the 130,000 tonnes of waste oysters produced every year in France.
France puts four departments on a heatwave red alert for Tuesday
Extra vigilance ordered in Drôme, Ardèche, Rhône and Haute-Loire.
Cool weather overnight helps Tenerife firefighters battle wildfire
Heatwave conditions have raised temperatures to dangerous levels in northern Africa and Europe.
Italy, France, Switzerland: Europe braces for another heatwave
Weather forecasters predict temperatures up to 42C in Italy, 40C in France and 37C in Switzerland.
Powerful ‘heat dome’ could send Europe’s temperatures soaring
Another summer heatwave is expected in the coming days with meteorologists saying a heat dome could add to the situation.
‘The world is on fire’ is a terrible environmental message
It's not that we don’t need to remind people of the speed or severity of the damage being caused to the planet. But if we want to bring people to our side, it can’t be the dominant ingredient in our messaging, Israel Butler writes.
The week in pictures: extreme heat, floods, and rocket launches
The best pictures from across Europe this week
Is disaster on the horizon for travel and tourism?
Climate change poses an existential threat to the sector that accounts for close to 8% of global GDP. Governments and businesses should act with urgency to mitigate climate change while also bolstering resilience as extreme weather events rage onward, Gloria Guevara writes.
Which European countries have the easiest access to green spaces?
Living near green spaces has an array of health benefits, but access is unequal across Europe. How can we make the continent greener?
How to exercise in a heatwave safely, according to the experts
Working out might be the last thing on your mind during a heatwave. But with a few adjustments, you can still exercise safely when it’s hot out if you want to.
A guide to office dressing in a heatwave
This July has been one of the hottest on record - and the summer's not over yet. Euronews Culture spoke to fashion experts to get their advice on how to look professional in the office when it's almost too hot to function and we're sharing their knowledge with you.
Arizona’s homeless fear burns as outside surfaces heat up to 82C
Homeless people are some of the most vulnerable to death during a heatwave. This what it's like living in an encampment in Phoenix, Arizona.
Is Scotland’s jellyfish influx due to climate change?
Coastal waters around Scotland can expect to see large numbers of jellyfish this summer, MSC reports.
This is how COP28 President Sultan Al Jaber could fix climate finance
The upcoming COP28 is an opportunity to stop climate finance from being a bone of contention and to turn it into a chance to build a better, more resilient world, Dr Nina Seega writes.
How are wildfires affecting Greece’s summer travel season?
As thousands are evacuated from the Greek islands of Rhodes and Corfu, there are concerns over the future of Greece’s future tourist industry as sweltering heat and future wildfires could hinder the viability of Greek tourism.
‘Not just an oddity of climate’: How emissions are driving heatwaves
Europe’s July heatwaves were made 950 times more likely because of human caused climate change, scientists have found.
Europe heatwave: Was it this hot in Rome back in 1841?
Despite heat records being broken around the globe, misinformation about extreme weather is still circulating online.