We have been farming and fishing - and consuming - as though everything will be fine. This clearly needs to stop. We must decide upon what is necessary in order to achieve a truly sustainable food system.
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.
The news may be saturated by COVID-19 and new areas of society it is affecting, but other news is still out there.
No one can deny the very important social and political role played by the global climate strikes launched and led by Greta. /.../ However, if not translated into concrete proposals, the risk for these protests is to lose their influence in the public and political debate.
By 2030, tropical forests may stop become a carbon sink and turn into carbon sources
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
"It is industry, it is agriculture, it is overfishing, it is infrastructure, it is overexploitation, invasive species. Each of these are the areas that we need to talk about and get commitments," says Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme.
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.
At the International Chamber of Shipping, we recognise that we have to act, and that’s why, in December, we took steps to play our part in addressing the climate crisis. We submitted a proposal for a research and development (R&D) fund, the likes of which have never been seen before.
Coal-fired power plants are being phased out across Spain. The government's plan is for all high polluting power stations to be replaced by greener alternatives by the year 2030, but not everyone is happy about that.
Why are carbon emissions still rising? Why are climate negotiations failing to act? Blame the fossil fuel companies joining in discussions at Davos.
One-third of the Earth's surface is at risk of drying up due to climate change and its effects are becoming visible in unexpected parts of the Mediterranean, Central, and Eastern Europe.
Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke or Nikolaj Coster-Waldau? Which Game of Thrones star is trying to save the Amazon?
For the fourth consecutive year, the WEF's annual meeting in Davos will be carbon-neutral, according to organisers.
The number of wild camels in Australia is reported to be more than 1.2 million.
Ocean warming is irrefutable, they say.
Experts are pointing to the Greta Thunberg effect after the number of passengers using Swedish airports, especially for domestic flights, tumbles.
There's something for all budgets on this list of green household technology.
The EU's Earth observation service Copernicus and the European Space Agency are working on the world's most ambitious C02 emissions monitoring project. It will be able to differentiate between human-caused and natural CO2 emissions. Here's how it will work.
The longest UN climate talks ever in 25 nearly annual editions left the crucial issue of carbon markets for the next summit in Glasgow, in a year's time.
The new Commission president has unveiled her new Green Deal to MEPs, we took the temperature in the European Parliament, with mixed responses.
Spanish winemakers are packing up their vines and heading for the hills. Euronews correspondent Jaime Velazquez has been to a vineyard near Barcelona to find out why.
The new European Commission will unveil its Green Deal Wednesday to overhaul legislation and free up funds with the aim to make the EU climate neutral by 2050, but critics say the proposals don't match the ambitions.
You'll never go into the water again...if you're plastic.
The UNWTO calls for greater collaboration between the transport and the tourism sectors to fight #climatechange. #COP25