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This week, all eyes were on the second summit between Donald Trump and North Korea's strongman Kim Jong-Un. Meanwhile in Europe, the rise of populists has the Greens concerned, while some pundits say populism could boost voter turnout in May.
The number of fires equals is close to the average... in August.
Take a look at the concentration and movement of NO2 in Europe.
Thunberg has become a celebrity by skipping lessons every Friday to protest over global warming outside the Swedish parliament.
Here are the top European stories you need to know about today.
At 16, Greta Thunberg is leading a youth movement calling for action to prevent climate change.
Here are the top stories from across Europe this morning.
The European Union has committed to reducing CO2 emissions from trucks and buses by 30 percent by the year 2030.
This is the moment an emotional 11-year-old girl broke down in tears during a climate change rally.
The 7th edition of World Government Summit was held in Dubai, gathering world leaders alongside experts in the sectors of technology, economy, environment and wellbeing.
January 2019 witnesses extreme cold and rising temperatures across the planet.
The Brief: climate march momentum, Dutch Brexit muppet and copyright fight finale
Student-led protests in Brussels demanding advanced climate protection plan to continue pressuring authorities as the EU elections approach.
As we launch our election coverage 100 days ahead of the polls in May we will be meeting first-time voters - this time a climate protester in Belgium.
Insect Apocalypse: 40% of world species threatened with extinction, report finds
12,500 students skipped school on Thursday for the fourth week running to march against climate change.
In this edition: we ask students protesting for climate change what they want changed, German sweet exports could be hit by Brexit and MEPs vote for more transparency over their expenses and lobbying practices.
The US-based team of scientists — including a board of 15 Nobel Laureates — say they have kept their annually-updated metaphoric clock at two minutes from potential Armageddon because of two threats: nuclear weapons and climate change
According to Greenpeace, over 35 thousand people — many of whom are students — took to the streets in Brussels to take a stand against climate change
Belgian students take to the streets to demand a stronger fight against climate change
Here are all the stories making headlines on day one of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Melting glaciers, dying coral reefs, destroyed cities. Organizations and users around the world are using the #TenYearChallenge to shine a spotlight on real issues
Fears over warming planet as global temperatures are more than 1°C above pre-industrial era
Award-winning breweries worldwide are tackling the issue of climate change one innovation at a time.
The climatic phenomenon El Niño promotes high temperatures in southeastern Brazil, which blocks cold fronts and causes the coastal waters of Rio de Janeiro to become stagnant.
The expansion of lignite mines in Germany’s coal regions continues to take over entire villages as Germany, the country with the highest greenhouse gas emissions in the EU, fails in its bid to quit coal use.