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Water convoy protest arrives in Paris to denounce mega water basins
The Water Convoy, which arrived in Paris on Saturday, brought together a thousand people on the Champ de Mars and then in a procession through Paris to denounce government plans to build mega water reservoirs used for agricultural irrigation.
France to end non-essential printing of paper receipts
Customers will still be able to ask for a printout if they want one, and receipts will still be compulsory in places such as restaurants or garages.
30 years on, is the Lyon-Turin rail project still looking so green?
The high-speed Lyon-Turin rail link involves excavating what will be the world's longest rail tunnel, but will its carbon footprint be too damaging?
Spain's Pedro Sánchez has odds against him yet again in election
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has been prematurely counted out more than once in his relatively short but action-packed political career.
Nuclear power: More important for global politics than energy
As the costs of producing nuclear energy rise and renewable energies fall, nuclear will remain an important geopolitical tool
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EU's green transition is 'a marathon', says Environment Commissioner
In this latest episode of the Global Conversation, we speak to Virginijus Sinkevičius about Europe's waning enthusiasm for greener policies.
Fix You: Coldplay tour reducing band’s carbon emissions by 47%
Coldplay have shared new figures that show the celebrated British band have reduced their carbon emissions by nearly half with their eco-friendly world tour.
Paris plastic summit paves way for global pollution treaty
A week-long UN-sponsored summit in Paris has unanimously agreed to aim for a first draft of a global plastic pollution treaty by November, with hopes for a final deal before the end of 2024.
Police identify liquid that turned Venice's Grand Canal bright green
The liquid is less ominous than originally assumed.
Dutch agricultural sector: We face a crisis that we have never faced before
Climate change poses significant challenges to the Dutch farming industry. As the latest European State of the Climate report shows record-breaking temperatures and rising greenhouse gas concentrations, the urgency to find viable solutions and collaborate across sectors becomes paramount.
French activists trick locals with fake oil pipeline
The stunt was intended to raise awareness of a huge project in Uganda and Tanzania that will affect 19,000 households.
A former army barracks will become Austria's first eco-village
An Austrian eco-village that grows its own food and creates its own heat and natural materials is already home to some 40 adults and 20 children from all over the world.
Watch: Violent clashes during water reserve protest in western France
The protest quickly descended into clashes with large amounts of tear gas fired by police and protesters hurling rocks and petrol bombs.
Brussels wants businesses to offer consumers right to repair
The aim is to reduce waste and increase savings for people.
Willow Project: Could two lawsuits block the oil project in Alaska?
The Biden administration has approved Alaska’s Willow oil project, a major drilling initiative that environmentalists say is counter to the country’s climate goals.
CDP Awards: The cities and businesses meeting environmental challenge
The 2023 CDP awards have been made in Paris at the Louis Vuitton Foundation.
How a high school in Estonia has almost achieved carbon neutrality
With its smart building, solar panels and automatic blinds, the Põlva high school underwent a sustainable revolution in 2016 when it was completely rebuilt with the support of the European Union.
Time is running out: who are the climate activists sounding the alarm?
Soup on a Van Gogh, hands glued to roads, mashed potatoes on a Monet painting. Europe’s climate activists have been adopting more extreme tactics. Our reporter Hans von der Brelie met them to find out why.
Controversial Sweden wolf cull divides city and rural areas
Authorities allowed hunters to shoot a record 75 wolves, out of a total population estimated at 460 animals.
Thunberg arrested during protest over German coal mine expansion
Thousands joined the demonstrations in the last days in Lutzerath to oppose the expansion of a gigantic open-pit mine that will swallow the now-empty village and the surrounding countryside.