Coal dust is being blamed for turning snow black in Russia's largest mining region in Siberia
Fashion pieces made out of ocean waste among others were on display at the first Neonyt – the global hub for sustainable fashion.
Two Australian universities have found a way to restore damaged parts of the world's largest collection of coral reefs.
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Report reveals flying insect population crash due to pesticides, resulting in a third of the bird population disappearing from lack of food, with some less common species suffering 90% declines.
More than 30 percent of animals with a backbone - fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals - are declining in both range and population, according to the first global analysis of these trends.
24 countries and the EU agree the 1.55 million square kilometre Ross Sea marine park will be protected from commercial fishing for three to five years.
In eastern Germany some members of a little-known group claim they are being ethnically cleansed, not by militia groups, but by the coal mining
The spectre of an agricultural catastrophe hangs over southern Italy with the spread of a bacteria that is devastating olive tree groves. Xylella
Member of the European Parliament on Tuesday backed plans to curb the use of lightweight plastic carrier bags.
Shoppers will have to use reusable
Pollinators like bumblebees are declining in Europe. What are the causes, the consequences and the possible solutions?
Researchers know that the
The darkest warnings are becoming reality: the world’s fish stocks are collapsing. Many blame the so-called “supertrawlers” supported by public
Meet the author of a work about staving off our own extinction: Jeremy Rifkin, who advises the European Commission. He is an American economist
Another summer’s day, another huge tide of green algae along the coast of Brittany in north western France.
It is a complex environmental problem