Data from Copernicus reveals this has been the warmest winter on record in Europe. What's it like for those who live in the coldest places on the continent? We went to Abisko, Sweden to find out.
Álvaro had just begun his work as a goat herder in Sierra de Gata when a virulent fire, caused by Spain’s longest-ever heatwave, forced him out of a depopulated region that needs people to fight climate change.
The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) announces that the past three-month period from December 2019 to February 2020, was by far the warmest on record for Europe.
Ana used to live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the banks of the River Sava, along the border with Croatia. One day, the most destructive floods of the century turned her into a climate migrant. #ClimateChange #EUClimateMigrants
As Europe’s climate gets warmer and seasons are shifting, agriculture needs to adapt: climate data might be part of the answer.
Pensioners Anne and Jean Birault became climate migrants 10 years ago, after one night changed their lives forever. But they were among the lucky ones. They survived coastal flooding that claimed the lives of 29 people, in a town that is learning to live under constant threat from the sea.
The court ruling could stall the £14 billion plan to expand Europe's busiest airport amid concerns over climate change, pollution and noise.
In this exclusive series, Euronews tells the stories of Europeans forced to leave their homes because of climate change, and of those who chose to stay despite the risks.
Scientists got a shock when they woke up on Monday.
Amid one of France's mildest-ever Februarys, ski resorts are worried about how global warming is going to hit their future profits.
The Bezos Earth Fund will give money to scientists, activists and NGOs to "amplify known ways and develop new ways" of fighting climate change.
The new tool that is poised to change the way eco crime is dealt with around the world.
Portugal is using science, flames and herds of goats to meet the increased threat from forest fires. Our reporter Lindsey Rempel heads to Pedrógão Grande to see how they're adapting. Climate Now presenter Jeremy Wilks has the latest data for January from the Copernicus Climate Change Service.
The snow was moved from higher altitude to the slopes on Friday and Saturday.
More than 25 million people are forced to move every year around the world because of the effects of climate change. Experts are divided as to whether they should be granted refugee status.
A local mayor said poor legislation allows "pseudo mountaineers" to put their lives and that of others in danger.
The EU Commission President called for compromise as groups of member states including "Friends of Cohesion" and "Frugal Five" battle it out over what they should pay and receive.
One organisation is suggesting there is no proof that reducing gas emissions will harm the economy in the long term...and it's not a Green NGO
Thursday's reading beat the previous high of 17.5°C set in March 2015.
As ocean acidification presses on, marine life faces an uncertain future
Copernicus, Europe's climate change monitoring agency, found that temperatures in the region last month were more than 3.1°C above average.
It is the first such case against a private company in France.
The country famous for its icy conditions is suffering the consequences of climate change.
One-third of the Earth's surface is at risk of drying up due to climate change and its effects are becoming visible in unexpected parts of the Mediterranean, Central, and Eastern Europe.
Ocean warming is irrefutable, they say.
Climate Now: 2019 was the warmest year on record in Europe, according to the latest figures from the Copernicus Climate Change Service. Watch for facts and analysis, plus our special report on how historic weather records give fresh climate insight.