The Portuguese city of Lisbon has kicked-off its year as European Green Capital with the planting of 20,000 trees
We take a look at the big issues likely to cause headaches in Brussels and across European capitals over the next twelve months.
This year has seen activists step up their protests over climate change, calling on their governments to do much more. Inspired by Greta Thunberg, their demonstrations have come as temperature records were being set in scores of countries across the globe.
Wildfires seem to spark more often and last longer all over the world. If so, what does that mean for people and ecosystems?
Australia's most populous state of New South Wales declared a seven-day state of emergency Thursday as oppressive conditions fanned around 100 wildfires.
With 2019 likely to be one of the warmest years on record, we meet scientists at the COP25 climate negotiations for debate and analysis.
The EU's Earth observation service Copernicus and the European Space Agency are working on the world's most ambitious C02 emissions monitoring project. It will be able to differentiate between human-caused and natural CO2 emissions. Here's how it will work.
The longest UN climate talks ever in 25 nearly annual editions left the crucial issue of carbon markets for the next summit in Glasgow, in a year's time.
EU leaders strived to stay on track with climate neutrality goals for 2050, while keeping one eye on the outcome of the UK elections, welcoming the 'clarity' of the results.
Apart from collecting plastic waste, Flossie takes part in the weekly Fridays for Futures marches. Her inspiration– the Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg.
Demonstrators have been making their voices heard at the COP25 climate change conference in Madrid.
An 8-year-old climate activist climbed up a street light in front of COP25 summit to demand action against climate change.
Marine life is increasingly threatened by oceans losing oxygen, a new report said.
Seychelles and other small island states are at the forefront of climate change. With increasingly destructive hurricanes and floods, rising sea levels and dying coral reefs, how can island societies survive the climate impact?
Hans-Otto Pörtner, a co-author of the IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate, talked to Euronews about the future for small island states with ongoing climate change.
The European Union is still among the world's top three CO2 emitters after China and the United States, new data shows. The figures, which date from 2018, were released on Wednesday by the Global Carbon Project on the occasion of the UN Climate Summit in Madrid (COP25)
Under the Paris Agreement, 195 countries have pledged to slash their greenhouse gas emissions to keep global temperature rise well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels.
A climate politics expert has told Euronews that mobilisation on the level of World War Two is required to fulfil the Paris Climate Agreement's minimum target.
Such is the rate of global warming that scientists predict that the Lost Mountain glacier in northern Spain will disappear altogether within twenty years.
These young activists are "dying" to be heard. Bringing their calls for urgent climate action inside the European Parliament and forcing politicians to climb over them, to get to their meetings.
We investigate one of the hottest topics in climate change in this episode of Climate Now, looking at how scientists are working to track emissions and differentiate between sources of CO2, be they human or natural.
Greenland's main airport is set to end civilian flights within five years due to climate change, as the melting of permafrost is cracking the runway.
The French president hit out at ‘priggishness and hypocrisy’ in the backlash to his criticism of international institutions including NATO.
A worldwide coalition of scientists has declared a climate emergency, setting out key steps governments must take to avoid catastrophic consequences.
Forest fires struck in more European countries than ever before. Last year, wildfires destroyed nearly 178,000 hectares of land across the continent. That’s according to a new report by the EU Commission, which says it’s having to spend more to protect our countryside.
From today’s wine growers in France to tomorrow’s investors in the tourism industry, Europe’s eyes in space are helping businesses navigate the challenges of climate change.