Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
My Wildest Prediction
Start Me Up
The Big Question
Euronews Tech Talks
Golf Travel Tales
Notes From The Usa
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Classic Piano Competition
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Job Offers From Amply
Securing The Future
Wine Of Moldova
Foodies will love Tokyo's new and improved fish market
ISRAEL HAMAS WAR
More about this topic
These cute pufflings are making a comeback despite climate change
Researchers say the birds’ resilience in the face of ocean heating shows the complexity of climate change impacts on ecosystems.
Would you eat Fukushima fish? Japan's PM has and says its 'safe'
Japan's Prime Minister ate fish caught off Fukushima's coast on Wednesday to alleviate fears after the controversial release of water from the disabled Ōkuma nuclear power station
Deep sea mining fails to get green light at UN debate
Finland, Germany and Portugal were among the countries that blocked deep sea mining licences.
Watch: Fishermen in Valparaiso celebrate Saint Peter
The fishermen of Valparaiso celebrate Saint Peter, patron saint of fishermen, during the San Pedro fishermen's festival in Valparaiso, 110 km north-west of Santiago.
Do fish feel emotions? Experts weigh in on the ethics of fish farming
With the sentience of vertebrates now enshrined in UK and EU law, is it time we rethought our relationship with fish?
Photography exhibition to display celebrities posing naked with fish
From Judi Dench to Sean Penn: Here's why celebrities have been posing naked with fish since 2009.
Spain heatwave: Why are fish being euthanised in Girona?
Spain has endured 36-consecutive months of below-average rainfall. The drought led to unusual scenes at the River Onyar yesterday.
This starfish-munching crab could help save the Great Barrier Reef
This killer starfish is destroying the Great Barrier Reef. A tiny crab could change all that.
No Comment videos of the week
No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary.
Millions of fish have died in Australia due to low river oxygen levels
Millions of fish have died in Australia due to low river oxygen levels caused by warm temperatures and floods.
Greenpeace blame 2022 Oder river poisoning on mining
A mass fish die-off in Oder river will happen again unless the Polish government places curbs on the mining industry, Greenpeace have warned.
Can fishing bans protect the world’s smallest porpoise?
Vaquitas - which never grow to more than 150cm in length - number between six and 20 in the wild, down from 200 in 2012.
A mackerel a day? Eating oily fish might ward off kidney disease
The beneficial impact of omega 3s on kidneys was only found with fatty acids coming from fish and seafood, scientists say.
The fish species you should avoid to dodge ‘forever chemicals'
Dangerous forever chemicals have been linked to increased risk of cancer and reproductive problems. If you want to avoid them, you might want to steer clear of freshwater fish.
Great Barrier Reef ‘in danger’ label cautiously welcomed by biologists
The Great Barrier Reef accounts for around 10 per cent of the world’s coral reef ecosystems. But this massive network is under threat.
First photos of the bizarre creatures living deep in the Indian ocean
From a ‘voracious eel’ to a cute batfish, these are the strange inhabitants of the ocean floor near the Cocos Keeling islands.
Holy carp! UK fisherman catches record-breaking monster goldfish
Andy Hackett, 42, landed the record-breaking 67.4-pound fish called The Carrot in France.
Environmentalists fight to save rare fish only found in Romania
In a race against time to save the rarest fish in Europe, a team of environmentalists and experts are developing a sanctuary for a rare species of fish, known as the living fossil.
Dogs can sniff out non-native fish in lakes without even seeing them
Across the globe, carp destroy local lake ecosystems. But scientists have a new tool - dogs.
Toxic algae bloom kills thousands of fish in San Francisco Bay
Toxic algae bloom leaves thousands of fish dead in San Francisco Bay