Global average temperatures could increase 7℃ above pre-industrial levels by 2100 no matter how hard humans try to stop it, a team of French scientists claim in their latest worst-case scenario modelling.
With the production of major crops expected to be down by 50% in the next 30 years due to climate change, lawmakers and environmental activists are searching for ways to protect the future of agriculture.
Crop and livestock production is projected to decrease and may even have to be abandoned in parts of Europe’s southern and Mediterranean regions due to the negative impacts of climate change, according to officials.
Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service shows temperatures were 1.2 degrees centigrade above the pre-industrial average.
Hundreds of climate protesters blocked the main entrance of Frankfurt's IAA car show on Sunday.
A tropical cyclone carrying heavy rain and strong winds is threatening the already devastated Bahamas, potentially complicating ongoing recovery efforts.
The new weather system, known as Tropical Cyclone Nine, has strengthened into Tropical Storm Humberto.
And is it only rich ones?
They got the support of aging rocker Mick Jagger and veteran actor Donald Sutherland who were due to walk the red carpet later to present their thriller "The Burnt Orange Heresy".
Santorini wines are famously sharp but higher temperatures change the acidity of the grape and lead to sweeter wine.
So here on the Brief from Brussels we've been talking to member of the European Parliament about how worried they are about Brexit now.
Pressure mounts on EU leaders to act against the deforestation in Brasil. One Hungarian MEP called on the European Parliament to block EU-Mercosur agreement unless Brasil gives guarantees to stop deforestation.
July was the warmest month ever recorded, with average temperatures close to 1.2°C above the pre-industrial level.
The Brief: Greta Thunberg sets sail across the Atlantic. Highlighting the urgency of cutting carbon emissions, the young Swede last month announced she would no longer fly to environmental conferences.
The smoke cloud extends to an area of 7 million sq km, while the EU is 4.476 million square kilometres.
European agency Copernicus Emergency Management System has provided Euronews with an animation of the ongoing wildfires in Russia's Sakha Republic.
The scale of the melt in Greenland during the August heatwave is difficult to comprehend but satellite imagery shows the true extent of the thaw.
July 2019 may have been hottest month on record
The European record heatwave of July is stuck in Greenland, causing an exceptional melt season, very close to the 2012 record. These pictures sum up the scale of the situation.
The east African nation setting an example with an ambitious tree-planting campaign.
The most exclusive event on the A-list calendar centred around environmental concerns this year. But were they missing something?
July 29 marks the date that scientists have calculated humanity has depleted its annual limit of natural resources. But what does this actually mean, and why should we be concerned?
While most of Europe is focussing on this week's record-breaking heatwave, maybe we should have a closer look at what is happening in the Arctic Circle.
An unprecedented number wildfires in Siberia and Alaska in recent weeks have been pouring carbon dioxide into the sky. It means the blazes have not only been partly caused by global warming but are also likely a contributing factor to it.
This is the site of Iceland's first ex-glacier.
The heatwave gripping Europe has toppled all-time temperature records in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
Last April, Finland pledged to be carbon neutral by 2035. Now the country is trying to get the 27 other EU member states on board. Watch the Brief from Brussels for more information on how this goal could be achieved.