The best long-reads from this week to inspire you to keep preserving our natural world.
Thousands of people took part in demonstrations in many European capitals, with protests on the planet's future, climate change and social justice
Shipping industry executives are calling for speed limits on commercial vessels, to cut emissions and protect the environment.
Thousands of people marched through the streets of Brussels and London on Sunday with the aim of putting environmental issues at the heart of this month’s European elections.
It's a small medieval town in Romania, it's also where EU leaders are converging to chart the bloc's future course, without the UK.
In the lead up to the European elections, we are covering all of the political groupings. This time it's the turn of the Greens group.
Diplomats from nations bordering the Arctic say the United States' refused to sign an agreement on challenges in the Polar region, because of discrepancies over climate change wording.
All the positive news from throughout April, to celebrate the work we're already doing to battle climate change
Researchers are preparing a set of practical recommendations for policymakers and the industry on mitigating climate change effects. They’re also preparing a software tool that helps to manage fish stocks more efficiently.
A routine medical check on a 12-year-old polar bear at Brookfield Zoo in the United States has been carried out to extract a sample for artificial insemination.
Suspected Banksy appears with a powerful message in Marble Arch
In this edition of State of the Union we look at how the week was dominated by climate controversies, travelled to a German town where an AfD politician is campaigning to save diesel and spoke to former EU Council president advisor Luuk Van Midelaar about the future of Europe.
Record snow, long heatwaves, drought, floods, storms, worrying Arctic sea and Alpine glaciers ice melt: the recently released report from Copernicus Climate Change Service highlights clear climate change trends as well as long-lasting uneven extreme weather patterns throughout the continent.
Environmental activists blocked the entrance to the London Stock Exchange in the final day of protests aimed at pushing the UK to act faster to avert what they claim will be catastrophic climate change.
Around 128 bicycles were rigged up to a dynamo and generator in Piazza del Popolo.
Protests calling for the UK government to act on climate change have entered a third day, with demonstrators armed with superglue causing disruption across the capital.
Major roads across London have been blocked and the building housing Shell's headquarters has been vandalised as a climate change protest gets underway in the UK's capital
Last month was the second warmest March ever as worldwide temperatures continue to rise.
It is likely to be the first time in Europe that global warming has played so heavily on the minds of voters.
In this episode of Insiders, Euronews' Hans von de Brelie travels to Denmark to find out about the efforts on the island of Samsø to slow down climate change.
The yellow flag represents an invoice that lists the impact political decisions are having on climate and human rights, according to the NGO.
A glacier collapse sent a large wave towards the shores of Iceland on Sunday, March 31.
A group of semi-naked climate change protesters created a stir in Britain's parliament on Monday (April 1), pressing themselves up against the glass screen of a public gallery overlooking the chamber while MPs attempted to debate Brexit
Pear, apricot, peach and other blossoms have bloomed in various parts of China, unfolding the spring season in full.
After failing to attend the first hearing about climate change denial, US oil company ExxonMobil faces the possibility of losing lobbying privileges in the EU Parliament.
Generations X and Z join forces to pressure the Belgian Parliament to pass a climate bill