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Today in the Brief from Brussels we take a look at a group of young climate protesters who made their voices heard in the European Parliament.
Extinction Rebellion activists staged a protest next to the gardens of the Royal Palace in Brussels on Saturday, calling on the King to declare a climate emergency.
The City of Copenhagen has set the very ambitious goal of becoming the world’s first carbon neutral capital by 2025.
"To put things very frankly and to try and be objective, on this particular point, we are not really in a position where we are able to find an agreement," Barnier told MEPs.
Wine growing is becoming increasingly popular in Sweden, with 40 vineyards now found in the country, concentrated in the south.
The Global Energy Prize honoured outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world, which are helping address the energy challenges we are facing.
The designer has some bold theories on what governments need to do to combat climate change.
Climate activists staging a peaceful protest at the Louvre museum dipped their hands in treacle, referencing a partnership with Total
The Fridays For Hubraum movement has branded the climate activist movement a 'kindergarten'.
The protesters gathered for a march in the streets of Lausanne on Friday to kick off a planned second global school strike for climate action
Climate change protests were inspired by Greta Thunberg's Fridays for Future movement.
A new wave of worldwide climate change protests inspired by Greta Thunberg's 'Fridays for Future' movement has got underway,
Living by the beach might seem like a dream. But experts now warn against buying coastal properties as no part of the world will be spared from the impacts of climate change.
From the climate crisis to the Brexit impasse, including rising tensions in the Middle East, Euronews takes a look at the key issues that will dominate the agenda at the multilateral summit.
Activists took advantage of Car-free Sunday to appeal to the incoming Commission to boost their green goals.
This week was an embarrassing one for Europe's leaders - from a podium shaming for Boris Johnson, to ex-Italy PM Matteo Renzi quiting the ruling democratic party, rocking the new government. And, the Spanish prime minister was tongue-tied as he faces fresh elections for the second time this year.
Unprecedented wildfires, a record melt of the sea ice and some more extreme weather episodes have marked the 2019 summer season in the Arctic Circle. It was on a par or worse than the 2012 record melt and heat levels, showing that the North Pole is the frontline of the global climate crisis.
Thousands of strikes will take place on 20th and 27th of September. For some, that will mean sacrificing your shopping.
With pollution a major issue for Paris and public transport bursting at the seams, one start-up has a solution involving the River Seine.
Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
Climate change trivia is anything but trivial.
Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has just arrived in New York.
Hundreds of students in Berlin skipped school to attend the latest "Fridays for Future" protest, despite having only been back at school for nearly two weeks.
July 29 marks the date that scientists have calculated humanity has depleted its annual limit of natural resources. But what does this actually mean, and why should we be concerned?
Scientists have analysed pairs of 520 major cities around the world and tested to see what their climate in 2050 would look like.