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Ocean Calls podcast: Are underwater cables safe?
The media loves telling stories about how one country could steal data from their adversary or cut their web connection altogether by attacking undersea cables. But how true are these claims?
Why does King Charles III have to give up his climate activism?
After 50 years of environmental activism, Charles III is having to take on political neutrality as King.
Will ecocide be television’s next prophetic prediction come true?
Pressure is slowly mounting on governments to support the recognition of ecocide at the International Criminal Court, and nations worldwide are beginning to take unilateral action against it, Jojo Mehta writes.
Nigeria’s Spider-Man scales up his fight against litter
Jonathan Olanlokun says people didn't take his fight against waste seriously until he started wearing the costume.
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Lesotho: This Chef is saving Basotho cuisine from disappearing
Seen as food for the poor, traditional Basotho dishes aren't as popular in Lesotho as their Italian or American counterparts. As a result, the country's food culture is rapidly disappearing. How does this affect the African country?
International Design Day: Interior trends to look out for this year
Coming hot off the heels of Milan Design Week, it's International Design Day. Euronews Culture takes a look at the hottest trends in interiors to come from the Salone.
Conservative and socialist MEPs trade accusations over Doñana park
S&D Leader Iratxe García said EPP Chair Manfred Weber was "making a fool of himself" after Weber attacked the European Commission's partiality.
Ocean Calls podcast: Are marine heatwaves changing the Med forever?
From May to August last year, nearly the entire surface of the Mediterranean was hit by marine heatwaves. Why are the heatwaves happening, what's the impact on corals and fish, and can we do anything about it?
15,000 Budapest cyclists parade in support of a greener city
Cyclists in the Hungarian capital rally in support of a greener city with more bike-friendly urban spaces
How disease-carrying mosquitoes are spreading through Europe
Scientists are investigating the threat of mosquitoes in Scotland, after France sounded the alarm over the Asian tiger species.
G7 vows to speed up clean energy transition
Ministers say they will hasten the shift toward cleaner, renewable energy, but set no timetable for phasing out coal-fired power plants as they wrapped up two days of talks in Japan.
These are TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2023
TIME Magazine has announced their Top 100 Most Influential People of 2023, including Jennifer Coolidge, Doja Cat, Michael B. Jordan and Salman Rushdie.
Swim the Seine: Paris plans river cleanup ahead of 2024 Olympics
Officials are hoping to reduce pollution levels in the Seine to make it safe to swim in ahead of an Olympic river race in 2024. However high levels of e.coli, sewage and industrial dumping pose huge challenges.
Discharged sewage is making swimmers sick in the UK
The beaches of the renowned holiday destination the Isle of Wight are contaminated with human waste. The issue has led to people getting sick.
Brussels won't change pesticides law to protect bees despite petition
The European Commission is pushing for the Parliament and the Member States to finish the initiatives that are on the table.
Plastic wet wipes could soon be banned in the UK
More than 90 per cent of the material in sewer blockages across the UK is made up of plastic wipes, according to a recent report.
WATCH: Northern Spain ravaged by more than 100 fires
The Spanish regions of Asturias and Cantabria were scorched by more than 100 fires which, according to officials, were intentionally started by 'criminals'.
Ocean Calls podcast: Should we eat wild or farmed salmon?
Salmon is a wonderful fish – not only is it delicious, but it’s also packed with nutrients. But the Atlantic salmon that we can find here in Europe is also an endangered species. So for us as consumers, what is a more sustainable choice: wild or farmed salmon?
Italy moves to ban lab-grown meat in bid to protect food heritage
Italy is moving to ban lab-grown meat. If the proposal is passed by parliament, Italian industry will not be allowed to produce food or feed "from cell cultures or tissues derived from vertebrate animals"
Why do single men have the biggest carbon footprints?
One of the reasons is that men spend more than women, according to researchers.