The bio-based palm oil substitute is receiving millions of dollars from Bill Gates' investor-led fund.
Researchers believe the technology behind a pilot reactor, that´s already able to absorb 5% of a cement factory's total carbon dioxide emissions, could contribute to reaching a target of 80% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions in Europe by 2050.
Lithuanian Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius speaks to Euronews' business editor about combatting climate change and biodiversity loss and how Europe can become the world's first carbon-neutral continent.
The eco philanthropist wants to rejuvenate the northern peak of the Highlands, but local businesses aren't happy.
We’re wondering how much effect our binge watching of Blue Planet really has on climate change.
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.
EU coastal member states have just over a year to come up with plans to boost the marine economy while preserving coastal ecosystems for generations to come. We look at how they're doing it.
The WWF argues cutting down an EU-protected floodplain forest in central Hungary was illegal and has called for statutory penalties.
The new tool that is poised to change the way eco crime is dealt with around the world.
Researchers in the Netherlands and Denmark are testing the performance and the financial viability of this next-generation of biofuel.
As ocean acidification presses on, marine life faces an uncertain future
In a move designed to kickstart what CEO Mario Di Mauro describes as “a new digital game”, international service provider Sparkle laid a symbolic foundation stone for the company’s latest data centre on 21 January.
Gathering heads of state, ministers and energy innovators together in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week ran from January 11-18.
Nursery school children in the United Arab Emirates are learning early about the importance of recycling leftover food.
Almost 90 million air passengers pass through Dubai each year, bringing 5,500 tonnes of plastic. But attitudes are changing.
Prince Charles said teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg was "remarkable".
Join us in this immersive 360° experience onboard "Broodwinner" - a 29 metre beam trawler built in 1967 and used to train young fishermen in Belgium.
For generations fishing has been a respected trade and a traditional way of life for many families across Europe. But today, the number of local fishers is dwindling.
Researchers in Slovenia believe they can take advantage of the proliferation of jellyfish in European seas by using their mucus to trap microplastic particles and help clean up the oceans
Kate Fletcher's "Wild Dress" asks us to think about what we wear and its connection with the natural world.
They say certain fishing methods are seeing the dolphins accidentally killed.
The Portuguese city of Lisbon has kicked-off its year as European Green Capital with the planting of 20,000 trees
Business Planet heads to Latvia to see how the country's biggest household chemical and cosmetics maker is profiting thanks to its eco-minded strategy.
The LIFE/Fit for REACH project aims to reduce the use of hazardous chemicals in the Baltic region by helping SMEs to develop best practice when it comes to chemical management. Agnese Meija-Toropova is from the Baltic Environmental Forum Latvia, which coordinates the project.
Kerala is a narrow sliver of land at the southern tip of India that's blessed with a diverse landscape and mesmerising culture.
After all night talks, EU agricultural ministers said they had reached a balanced agreement that respected the environment and socio-economic sustainability. NGOs like Our Fish believe EU countries put short-term economic interests ahead of the health of their waters.