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The expansion of lignite mines in Germany’s coal regions continues to take over entire villages as Germany, the country with the highest greenhouse gas emissions in the EU, fails in its bid to quit coal use.
COP24 is billed to be one of the biggest climate conferences since the Paris Agreement. What happened? Euronews explains
Euronews looks back at the biggest stories around Europe that you need to know about today.
Activists are taking to the streets of Brussels today, calling for more action from world leaders before COP24 climate conference ends on Friday.
London Ice block installations raises awarness of climate change
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Euronews takes a look back at the biggest stories from around Europe this morning.
With 30 operating coal mines, Poland ranks high on the list of environmental NGOs' most toxic European countries.
Here are this morning's top stories from across Europe.
Thousands of people marched in Brussels on Sunday (December 2) to "Claim the Climate" in a demonstration ahead of COP24 climate conference.
EU climate and energy targets, such as phasing out fossil fuels, will be hard to swallow in Poland as coal accounts for 80% of electricity generation
Watch again as UN Secretary-General Guterres addresses reporters at COP 24 in Poland.
The Polish coal mining sector has already gone through deep restructuring in the past decades. The transition was not always successful.
The most important talks on climate change since the 2015 Paris agreement started in Poland on Sunday.
Here are the top five European stories to know about today.