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Solving Europe's water crisis requires dealing with it locally
In some European countries, we will need to stop thinking that we have an automatic right to cheap, plentiful water which we can use to clean our streets, wash our cars, or fill our swimming pools whenever we wish, Mark Smith writes.
It's time to tackle BASF’s legacy of pollution and end burden shifting
EU and member state decision-makers need to agree on robust new rules to get the industry in line and paying its way in full, Vicky Cann writes.
Facing global crises, the West has to put its money where its mouth is
For progress, architects of the world order need to take a hard look in the mirror, Dr Markus Engels writes.
Without permanent carbon removal, there's no genuine offsets ecosystem
In recent decades, disruptive startups have turned many industries upside down by reinventing established ways of working. We are confident in their potential, Ruben Brands and Ben Brandt write.
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Brussels my love? Historic climate laws approved in Strasbourg
In this edition of Brussels, my love, shot in the EU Parliament in Strasbourg, we take a look at the EU policy on climate, migration & the fate of Evan Gershkovich
Biggest climate protests since 2019 planned for London this weekend
Extinction Rebellion has issued a warning to the UK government that they will escalate their protests if their demands are not met.
This is what Poland needs to do to become the EU's top climate leader
If Poland wants to prepare for the negative impacts of climate change and retain its economic competitiveness, it needs to start by adopting its own climate law., Zuzanna Rudzińska-Bluszcz and Marcin Stoczkiewicz write.
'A Herculean task’: How Luxembourgers are pushing for renewables
Luxembourg's first citizens' climate council has given the country bolder climate plans.
Europe's green future is in the hands of business leaders, too
Consumers' increased expectations of business leaders and brands to behave in a sustainable and circular way are not going to go away. All the research points to the urgency of action, Dr Rodney Collins writes.
Countries could be forced to take climate action, following UN vote
The ICJ will clarify what countries must do about climate change and the legal consequences they'll face if they don’t.
If done right, carbon offsets could be vital to climate change
The recent critiques of nature-based carbon offsetting provide us with an excellent opportunity for a sober reality check on what’s happening in the market, Steven Lutz writes.
Heavy rains leave 65 dead in Peru since the beginning of the year
The spokesperson of the police rescue force in Lima warns that landslides will keep occurring as heavy rains continue to drench the region.
Carbon offsets don't work. It's time for the EU to change its approach
It's time for the EU to lay off the carbon offsets
Meet the climate psychologist who funds the most radical movements
Jessica Kleczka speaks to fellow climate psychologist Margaret Klein Salamon about radical climate activism and why it works.
Cyclone Freddy heads to Mozambique after destruction in Madagascar
More than 16 thousand people were affected, with 4,500 houses flooded or damaged on the island off the African east coast. According to the authorities five people have died.
Europe is experiencing a winter drought: here's what you should know
Reservoirs and rivers in France, Italy and other parts of the continent are experiencing low water levels usually associated with summer heatwaves.
Snow covers South Korean capital and surrounding regions
No immediate reports of major disruptions or damage caused by snow, ice and subzero temperatures, as officials lifted their heavy snow warnings for Seoul and nearby areas.
Ghost town: The Moldovans who refused to be climate migrants
Following devastating flooding in 2010, most residents of Cotul Morii moved away. But some were determined to stay in the deserted village.
These wealthy nations are spending 30 times more on arms than climate
The top military spenders, which include Britain, the US and France, also emit the most greenhouse gases.
Ecosia introduces climate ratings for big companies on search results
The not-for-profit search engine is adding a feature that will rate the climate pledges of major corporations.