Europe’s leading media and entertainment company paves the way towards a green TV industry.
Green groups insist the fuel industry isn't tackling the reality of the climate crisis.
UNEP have launched a new monitoring programme to save endangered snow leopards in Kyrgyzstan.
Scientists on board the icebreaker Polarstern have been without supplies for two months.
The Gigantic Change is an animated film showing what could happen if we all work together to save the planet.
Euronews has held a special debate about how climate change is increasing the risk of certain diseases for Europeans.
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 ideology has its roots in the "blood and soil" rhetoric of Nazi Germany.
With automation on the rise, we consider the complicated potential impact on the environment.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the global economy. But it has also caused a respite in global emissions which some have interpreted as the dawn of a new chapter in the fight against climate change. But that new chapter is already taking a turn for the worse.
The world's favourite drink could soon be off the menu thanks to extreme weather conditions.
Environmentalists will come together today to demand greater action to protect the planet.
While last year was the warmest year on record for Europe, this was closely followed by 2014, 2015 and 2018.
Brussels insists the Green Deal must remain a pivotal policy, as EU leaders barter over how the finance the economic recovery.
Unprecedented coral bleaching in Australia has scientists searching for ways to shade the ocean from the sun’s harmful rays.
The already devastating economic impact of the coronavirus has led to a slump in carbon emissions. But governments are waiting with to kick-start their economies. Once the virus subsides, a race to repair the global economy will begin.
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COP26 organisers say holding an ambitious climate change conference in November is impossible due to the global impact of coronavirus.
Dana Bergstrom spent this summer - like many others - on the ice. She'd never seen it like this before.
The global movement is held annually to encourage people to turn off their lights for 60 minutes as a symbol of their commitment to the planet.
Weather changes from the use of harmful gases in the 1960s have started to go back to normal after the ban.
Climate change remains the greatest challenge to the Great Barrier Reef, it was claimed, after a third mass bleaching in five years was confirmed.
Forests in Belgium are feeling the effects of climate change, experts have told Euronews.
Greenpeace is calling for Europeans to drastically cut their meat consumption, as the organisation claims meat and dairy is "wrecking forests, crushing nature and heating the planet"
The news may be saturated by COVID-19 and new areas of society it is affecting, but other news is still out there.
Don't think you should give up meat to combat climate change? The way you view the world might explain why.