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50 million volunteers in 180 countries take part in World Cleanup Day
The movement's website showed which areas of Europe were most enthusiastic: Germany held over 900 events, France over 600, and Italy over 500.
Swimming in sewage: How can we fix Europe’s smelly rivers?
Europe’s cities are struggling to keep untreated sewage out of their rivers, and the impacts of climate change are making it worse. But one company has come up with a solution.
Massive oil slicks head for Corsica after oil emptied into sea
The spills were made deliberately by ships trying to save money by dumping used oil overboard rather than having it removed in port.
Bulgaria cleans up its beaches by renovating its water treatment facilities
Illegal landfill sites along rivers in the Balkans are causing an ecology disaster
Hacker tried to add chemicals to Florida water supply, police say
A hacker illegally gained access to a Florida water treatment plant system, and attempted to increase the concentration of a chemical in the water supply.
Researchers regenerate underwater biodiversity destroyed by human activity
The EU's Horizon Europe Initiative looks at ways in which it can protect our seas and oceans. The goal: Protect 30% of our aquatic surface by 2030.
What is the Blue Heart of Europe and why does it need saving?
Mauritius is racing against time to reduce oil spill damage
Is selling tap water the solution to parched Poland’s drought problem?
In parched Poland, one city has turned to selling its tap water to try and tackle persistent water issues.
Surge in plastic waste as people discard PPE used to ward off Covid-19
'Dark Waters': Hollywood's warning to Europe
Dark Waters tells the real life story of an American lawyer, who takes on one of the world's biggest chemical companies convinced they are knowingly polluting the local drinking water. It’s lead star Mark Ruffalo was in Brussels telling MEPs that he fears that the same could be happening here.
Miracle of nature: Trappist monks turn waste into water
Could jellyfish be the answer to fighting ocean pollution?
How irresponsible agriculture has poisoned Spain's water resources
Should you pay to refill your water bottle?
When it comes to cleaning up the Oceans, technology may be good but education is even better
EU sponsors clean-up operations, but a change in mentalities is the key to success
Are ocean cleanup campaigns effective?
Images of rubbish piling up in the ocean can be a depressing sight. But the good news is that there are signs that cleanup campaigns are having an impact.
More plastic than fish: beach cleanup highlights Europe's plastic problem
Experts warn that if nothing is done, the ocean could contain more plastic than fish by 2050. For the UN, governments need to more to implement legislation, whilst individuals also have a roll to play.
These holiday destinations need your help cleaning the beaches
We explore how the plastic crisis is affecting beautiful places such as Bali, Thailand and Vietnam and what you can do to save their shorelines.
Paris authorities cry 'fake news' over rumours of contaminated water
Waterless fashion: does the dyeing industry need to use water?
How to wash your clothes in an eco-friendly way
How to transform your clothes washing habits to have less of an environmental impact.
Mussel farms fight against pollution in the Baltic
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France battles to stop oil spill spreading after cargo ship sinks
French authorities said an Italian cargo ship that sank in the Atlantic was transporting 45 containers of dangerous materials but that environmental damages would be limited.