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Norway's last coal mine, in the Arctic archipelago, is under threat of closure. It is situated in the northernmost town on Earth – which is also the fastest heating, thanks to climate change.
At least three-quarters of the more than 1,000 respondents polled in each of the eight countries — Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, the UK and US — think the world is facing a "climate emergency" which could soon become "extremely dangerous."
Iceland's glaciers are changing every year, so scientists are developing new ways to neutralize the harmful effects of carbon dioxide.
Don't expect business as usual, we're taking a stand against climate change.
Activists interrupted a session of the Swiss Federal Assembly on Thursday to call for more action to tackle the climate crisis.
Germany's so-called climate cabinet to meet on Friday to come up with concrete climate change legislation, to coincide with the call for a day of global climate strike.
A climate change expert has said world governments must realise that green climate initiatives are actually good for the economy.
Bob Ward, from the London School of Ecoomics’ Grantham Institute on Climate Change said the two aims need each other.
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.
Global average temperatures could increase 7℃ above pre-industrial levels by 2100 no matter how hard humans try to stop it, a team of French scientists claim in their latest worst-case scenario modelling.
Crop and livestock production is projected to decrease and may even have to be abandoned in parts of Europe’s southern and Mediterranean regions due to the negative impacts of climate change, according to officials.
Thousands of strikes will take place on 20th and 27th of September. For some, that will mean sacrificing your shopping.
The travel industry, as one of the heaviest carbon emitters in the world, needs to change. Colleagues of mine in the sector know this, too, and whilst it may look like tokenism from the outside, encouraging responsible travel is at the core of many travel companies that are household names today.
Two French environmental activists charged for taking down portraits of President Emmanuel Macron in town halls were on Monday released by a court in Lyon, which found that their action was legitimate given the "serious, current and imminent danger" of climate change.
Current ozone hole could be one of the smallest in 30 years, according to Copernicus.
Various environmental groups have joined forces for the protest. They accuse the auto industry of not resolutely pursuing the shift towards emission-free electromobility and continuing to rely on climate-damaging SUVs.
Several thousand climate activists protested in Frankfurt on Saturday (September 14) against climate-damaging cars as the city hosts the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA).
Hundreds of protesters from the 'Fridays for Future' movement took to the streets of Frankfurt on Friday.
At the same time, protesters also gathered in Berlin and formed a human chain around the chancellery, demanding more action be taken against climate change
Protesters from PETA doused themselves in black slime to highlight 'hazardous waste' in the leather industry, while Extinction Rebellion used a 'bleeding' red carpet to represent the industry's impact on the climate.
16-year-old Swedish climate activist in the US to attend a UN summit on zero emissions later this month
Climate change trivia is anything but trivial.
The EU should be "avoiding fights that are not of its making but standing up to other continent-sized powers and tackling crises that affect its interest," a ECFR poll of 40,000 Europeans has found.
A new report found that EU member states are introducing new fossil fuel subsidies and not providing plans to phase them out.
A total of 1,435 people passed away during the heatwaves including 567 during the first wave in late June-early July and 868 during the second wave in late July, Agnès Buzyn told France Info and France Inter radio stations.
Experts say that warming oceans and rising sea levels will likely make hurricanes more intense and their impact more devastating.