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In addition to the 2025 target, the bank said it plans to cut its upstream oil and gas exposure by 80% by 2030.
WATCH: Ryanair boss hit with cream pie in Brussels
The women shouted "welcome to Belgium" and "stop the pollution" before smearing cream on Michael O'Leary's face and walking off.
London's Ultra Low Emission Zone expands to entire city from Tuesday
London has expanded its emissions charge zone to cover the entire city, targeting vehicles that do not meet standards with a daily fee.
Rolling out the Green Deal will be 'challenging,' says Maroš Šefčovič
Maroš Šefčovič, the European Union's new climate czar, predicts implementing green legislation will be a hard task for the 27 member states.
UK actors back plans to make film and TV production greener
What is a Green Rider, and can film and TV productions become more environmentally friendly?
Pope Francis to write second part of landmark environmental letter
The previous document is thought to have had an impact on commitments at the 2015 Paris climate conference.
The end of the road for fast fashion? The EU hopes so
It’s estimated that the fashion industry is one of the world’s greatest polluters, responsible for about 20% of the planet’s waste water and around 10% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. The EU is setting out to change this - but is it a real possibility?
Britain's Rishi Sunak announces major oil and gas expansion plans
Flying in the face of environmental concerns, British is giving the green light to drill hundreds of new oil and gas wells in the North Sea, with PM Rishi Sunak claiming it will help to make the UK more self-sufficient in energy.
Swiss researchers employ drones to monitor rainforest
The team’s project has reached the finals of the global XPRIZE Rainforest competition which encourages the development of technology to measure and monitor the rainforest ecosystem.
Life in plastic: It’s overshoot day for the world’s favourite material
Today marks International Plastic Overshoot Day, when the world officially exceeds the amount of plastic it can effectively manage in a year.
New EU law plans for smartphones to include replaceable batteries
The EU wants to prevent manufacturers from making it difficult for consumers to change their devices' batteries safely and cheaply.
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?
Algae turns lake pink in Romania due to increased temperature
Experts say the phenomenon is not harmful to the environment, but that the algae bloom may produce an unpleasant smell.
'The Land of a Thousand Nudes': Getting naked in Finland
Thousands stripped off their clothes and gathered on the streets and beaches of Kuopio in central Finland for a unique art project in the early hours of a bright Nordic night.
Watch: Canada's Magdalen islands have front-row seat to climate change
Canada's Magdalen islands and in a race against time to survive global warming.
Is restoring the Kakhovka Dam the best thing for the environment?
"Inefficient" and bad for the environment – some environmentalists are arguing against the reconstruction of the Kakhovka Dam, despite the widespread devastation caused by its breach.
Hiding in plain sight: fashion brands refuse transparency
Major fashion brands ranked on transparency about their environmental impact and working conditions by Fashion Revolution’s index scale.
How tech is bridging the gap between innovation and sustainability
While tech development has been long considered a thorny issue for sustainability, recent innovations have focused on creating a greener future for our planet.
Lightning storms fuel a fresh surge of wildfires in British Columbia
Lightning storms have set off a series of new wildfires in Canada as the country continues to experience its worst ever season.
Watch: Giant graffiti appears on the slope of Mont Blanc
Known internationally for his monumental artworks, French artist Saype's latest piece, depicting a child and an elderly person, is located at more than 2,000 metres above sea level, in the northwestern Italian region of Aosta.