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Europe's endangered eels: what's been done to save a miraculous creature
Ocean takes a look at what's been done to help protect Europe's dwindling eel stocks.
How Qatar is protecting its wildlife and special traditions
How is Qatar protecting its wildlife? And why are falcons and camels so important when it comes to local culture? In this episode of Qatar 365, the team explore the country’s special traditions when it comes to the animals, the environment and plantlife.
The call of the wild: on safari in Bulgaria's Rhodope Mountains
Adventures goes on safari to explore the wild beauty and rich biodiversity of Bulgaria's Rhodope Mountains.
Making sure paradise is not lost: protecting Guadeloupe's natural treasures
Smart Regions finds out about a European project that is working to protect the natural habitats of a small reserve in the French Caribbean.
The Western Ghats' amazing biodiversity is being brought back to life
This plant sanctuary is India’s best hope against devastating flora and fauna loss
Europe tries to save the eel population as numbers reach historic low
For millions of years, eels have been migrating from the Atlantic ocean into European rivers. Today the eel population has fallen to a historic low. But scientists, industry, NGOs and regulators are working together to restore stocks.
The European Union at the forefront of biodiversity in the DRC
Hidden in the thick primary rainforest of the Democratic Republic of the Congo are a few silverbacks and a host of small, fiery eyes.
Biodiversity is vital for all life on Earth: How can we protect it?
The first part of the UN biodiversity summit in Kunming, China is underway. To mark the event, Euronews and CGTN (China Global Television Network) together with leading experts and analysts, debated the latest efforts to protect nature worldwide.
Huawei and partners help protect biodiversity through intelligent technology
One of the world's most prominent biodiversity summits – the International Union for Conservation of Nature World Conservation Congress (IUCN WCC) - opened in Marseille last week. Conservation experts, world leaders, and global organizations gathered to share ideas for protecting nature.
Russian prosecutors open investigation into Black Sea oil spill
Satellite images showed damage from the leak may have been misreported, with the spill appearing to be 400 times larger than initially claimed.
Giant panda gives birth to twin cubs in France
The twins are their second and third cubs after the first panda ever born in France, Yuan Meng, in 2017.
The Iberian Lynx makes a comeback in Spain after near extinction
Numbers of the Iberian Lynx in Spain and Portugal are on the up thanks to an ambitious captive breeding programme
Six endangered species in the Rhine wetlands are given help to survive
It is urgent to protect biodiversity, and there are solutions. Thanks to a cross-border project in the wetlands along the Rhine, concrete action is being taken to develop and sustain the population of six threatened species.
From sharks to sea turtles – how Dubai is protecting its marine life and coastline
Dubai is home to kilometres of unspoiled coastline, which conservationists are keen to preserve. Many organisations in the city are working together to protect and support the native wildlife and negate long-term impacts on the ecosystem.
Discover the Angolan wilderness that's teeming with biodiversity
A crew of National Geographic scientists, explorers and filmmakers made it their mission to traverse the many Angolan rivers that supply water to Botswana’s world-famous Okavango Delta. Here's what they discovered...
Plans to build an airport in Albania threatens migrating bird flyways
The mayor of Vlora in Albania sees his region as the "future queen of the Mediterranean" and he's happy for infrastructural development to increase tourism. But plans to build an airport in an environmentally protected area are leaving bird experts horrified.
Tackling the biodiversity crisis: climate change data highlight priorities
About nine million species of animals and plants are exposed to changes in the global climate. Monitoring how climate change affects wildlife and ecosystems has become critical for directing conservation measures where life is most at risk.
Bears, bison and wolves: Rewilding Romania to cope with climate change
As more record high temperatures are clocked up across Europe, conservationists in Romania are building bridges for bears and reintroducing bison to make ecosystems more robust in the face of a warming planet.
One million species at risk of extinction by end of this century
Saving nature: what's Europe's strategy? Euronews explains.
What’s killing our underwater ecosystems?
One million land and marine species may become extinct, many within decades. What could Europe do to preserve and restore its marine biodiversity?
The importance of restoring marine biodiversity
Facing the challenge of up to one million land and marine species becoming extinct within decades, scientists in Crete who are looking at ways to restore marine diversity.
How carnivores are being given new life in Europe
A project funded by the European Cohesion Policy is promoting better preservation of and coexistence with the continent's dwindling carnivore populations.
Could jellyfish be the answer to fighting ocean pollution?
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
Angola's Namibe coast: luxury huts with stunning views, secluded beach and a grotto for parties
Andrea Martins' father discovered this "lost paradise" on the Atlantic coast. But he nearly didn't live to tell the tale.
Balloon trip gives passengers a real bird’s eye view of the desert
Balloon trips are a big attraction for tourists the world over. But in Dubai, hot air ballooning comes with a twist.
Tourism set to bloom in Angola’s desert region
The south-west African country is waking up to its tourism potential, offering opportunities for visitors and investors alike.