As fake photos of dolphins in the lagoon flood social media, we spoke to experts to find out what’s really happened in the city.
Is palm oil in all kinds of chocolate? And why is it so bad for the environment?
How can nature offer solutions to balancing urbanisation with quality of life and protecting the environment?
The global movement is held annually to encourage people to turn off their lights for 60 minutes as a symbol of their commitment to the planet.
New telescopic windturbines have been designed by Spanish engineers to be built in a quicker and more cost-efficient way, in the hope of contributing to greener energy.
Researchers in the Netherlands and Denmark are testing the performance and the financial viability of this next-generation of biofuel.
Sanya, on China’s Hainan Island, is looking to protect its mountains, rainforests and coastline by embracing all things green, including eco-tourism.
The EU Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, explains how Brussels is helping coal-dependent countries to move away from fossil fuels.
Nearly every major aspect of the European Union's economy is set to be reassessed in light of the climate and ecological emergency.
Under the Paris Agreement, 195 countries have pledged to slash their greenhouse gas emissions to keep global temperature rise well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels.
Liquid windows and the energy-efficient buildings of tomorrow
Euronews embeds with the group at a planned civil disobedience mission called “Rebels Ark” which blocked the city’s Grosser Stern – a huge five-lane roundabout linking north to south and east to west.
Business Planet travels to the Belgian city of Antwerp to see how one small company is transforming plastic pollution into a designer product.
As concern grows about the amount of plastic pollution we’re leaving for future generations, a Belgian company is setting a great example to children.
New Zealand has banned swimming with dolphins in its Bay of Islands waters.
We spoke to an expert to find out whether we should be more concerned about the ecological impact in Africa than South America.
Satellite images from Brazil’s own space agency allegedly show deforestation in the Amazon has almost tripled since Bolsonaro’s government came to power.
Environmental campaigners gathered outside the European Commission on Wednesday asking for an end to the usage of bee-killing pesticides.
"We have decided to put in place an eco-tax on all flights from France," the French transport minister said during a news conference, adding that the funds will finance daily transport in France.
The newly-elected Parliament has been confronted with challenges during their time in Strasbourg. Meanwhile, Brexit party MEPs are making their voices heard and organisations are calling for the EU to become a federal state. All this and more on the Brief from Brussels.
In our latest episode of Futuris, we found out if hydrogen can meet the energy demands on remote, isolated territories. European researchers are working to find out on constrained lands, such as the Orkney Islands in the UK.
A place to experience multiple holidays rolled into one.
Oceanographer and environmentalist, Jean-Michel Cousteau, paid his first visit to the United Arab Emirates as part of his educational conservation programme.
Scientists in Jordan have discovered that corals in the Gulf of Aqaba are resisting the rise in water temperatures.
An otherwise conservative region in Germany has seen a surge in Green Party voters in the last EU election. In this feature of Insiders, meet the Christians who have thrown their support behind the left-wing party.
The Philippines is returning huge amounts of waste which it says was illegally shipped by Canada, mislabelled as recyclable plastics.