Álvaro had just begun his work as a goat herder in Sierra de Gata when a virulent fire, caused by Spain’s longest-ever heatwave, forced him out of a depopulated region that needs people to fight climate change.
Ana used to live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the banks of the River Sava, along the border with Croatia. One day, the most destructive floods of the century turned her into a climate migrant. #ClimateChange #EUClimateMigrants
Pensioners Anne and Jean Birault became climate migrants 10 years ago, after one night changed their lives forever. But they were among the lucky ones. They survived coastal flooding that claimed the lives of 29 people, in a town that is learning to live under constant threat from the sea.
In this exclusive series, Euronews tells the stories of Europeans forced to leave their homes because of climate change, and of those who chose to stay despite the risks.
More than 25 million people are forced to move every year around the world because of the effects of climate change. Experts are divided as to whether they should be granted refugee status.
An official report suggested Fairbourne, in northern Wales, should be decommissioned by 2045 as it is being threatened by rising seawaters.
An extraordinary set of photos documenting the worldwide effects of global warming, exhibited by Josh Haner at Photo London.
We went on an extreme expedition to one of the northernmost corners of Europe to find some answers.
Dedicated to the Arctic, the 9th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award
was awarded to Yuri Kozyrev and Kadir Van Lohuizen (NOOR).
Fiji moves entire villages inland as sea levels rise.
Donald Trump’s announcement that he will withdraw the US from the 2015 Paris climate agreement is a mistake that will have grave repercussions for his own country as much as the rest of the world.
There were scuffles in Sicily on Saturday as protesters tried break through a police cordon protecting world leaders at this year’s G7.
Warned of threat posed by climate change to global peace and security
Is Europe worried about the problem of migration due to climate change? And is the status of a climate refugee recognised by international law?”
Almost 200 countries have agreed a draft document on how to best slow down climate change. The blueprint is a first step towards negotiations for a
Proposed measures to protect the climate do not appear to have resulted in much. This year has seen the highest emissions of global greenhouse gases
A man has claimed asylum in New Zealand saying it is unsafe for him to go home because of climate change.
Ioane Teitiota, 37, said rising seas
The ‘World Disaster Report’ from the International Red Cross Federation has just come out and its figures for 2011 make grim reading.
Last year the
At the recent climate talks in Durban the alarm was sounded. A stark warning went out that unless the World acts quickly to slash greenhouse gasses