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With 30 operating coal mines, Poland ranks high on the list of environmental NGOs' most toxic European countries.
Thousands of people marched in Brussels on Sunday (December 2) to "Claim the Climate" in a demonstration ahead of COP24 climate conference.
A growing number of eco-friendly startups in Belgium are trying to tackle pollution from the fashion industry.
The world's population is the youngest it has ever been. Young people are being directly impacted by climate change - and it is their voice that is going to make a difference in the fight to slow it down.
Sir David Attenborough addressed the UN's COP24 climate change conference on Monday off the back of his social media #TakeYourSeat campaign.
Watch again as UN Secretary-General Guterres addresses reporters at COP 24 in Poland.
Tens of thousands of climate change protesters marched through Brussels on Sunday, coinciding with the opening of the UN's COP24 conference
The most important talks on climate change since the 2015 Paris agreement started in Poland on Sunday.
Two Swedes have launched a campaign asking people to refrain from flying for an entire year to help raise awareness of climate change
A new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says our generation may be the last to be able to act against climate change
Euronews goes to Catalonia to see how corks are made and the growing environmental challenges faced by the cork industry.
The western city of Gouda, for instance, is sinking by three millimetres per year, on average.
And how to do it with zero waste influencer Bea Johnson
They demanded the British government take urgent action to fight climate change.
Euronews was there as scientists performed the yearly measurement of the Ventina Glacier in Northern Italy. The result: A 44 metres retreat, a record high.
With high winds forecast for the next 48 hours there appears no end in sight to California's latest ordeal by fire.
Ozone depletion in the Earth's atmosphere will not be completely overturned until 2060.
Dedicated to the Arctic, the 9th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award
was awarded to Yuri Kozyrev and Kadir Van Lohuizen (NOOR).
A week of warnings on climate change has seen scientists highlight overheating oceans, ‘refugee fish’, wilderness areas under threat – and even more ‘extreme’ British weather.
Brazil's newly elected president, Jair Bolsonaro, promotes destructive environmental policies that could amount to international crimes, warn human rights experts.