A 17-year-old died from heatstroke in southern Spain as the heatwave continues across much of Europe, with temperatures forecast to hit 45 degrees Celsius
Despite meeting during a record-breaking heatwave, delegates failed to make significant progress during UN climate change talks — and bowed to the demands of oil-producing countries over how to respond to a flagship scientific study.
The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring service (CAMS) recently formed a new partnership with the European Aeroallergen Network (EAN,) and will explore ground breaking technology to deliver automatic pollen observations in near real-time across Europe.
The French national weather service took the unprecedented step of issuing red alerts in four of its departments due to high temperatures.
From Iceland to Spain, no country has escaped the heatwave in Europe.
Europe is bracing itself as parts of the continent are expected to see temperatures soaring above 40 degrees Celsius this week. Meteorologists say this June heatwave will possibly break previous national all-time records in France before Friday.
The window for action on the Paris Agreement is closing. Governments and businesses have a responsibility to invest in a just transition to a safer, fairer, cleaner energy system, and ecosystem restoration and recovery.
In France, the National Assembly will discuss its carbon neutral objectives this week. The new proposals will set a 2050 target for the country to be carbon neutral. It will also pledge to halve its reliance on nuclear energy by 2035 and close all its coal-fired power stations within 3 years.
Scientists in Jordan have discovered that corals in the Gulf of Aqaba are resisting the rise in water temperatures.
No deal could be found on the race for EU top jobs. The leaders will meet again on June the 30th to continue the negotiations.
Satellite data shows that the rate at which Himalayan glaciers are melting has doubled over the past two decades. That ice is not being replaced, and the retreat of these glaciers threatens water supplies for hundreds of millions of people in Asia.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to reduce the country's carbon emissions to "net zero" by 2050. But what does this really mean?
Peacefulness across the world has improved for the first time in five years, but it is less peaceful than a decade ago, according to the Global Peace Index.
The group of climate change activists called "Smash Cruisehit" took action this Sunday in the port of Kiel, Germany in protest of the damages caused by cruises to the environment.
A fisherman has been telling his story of how climate change is threatening his livelihood in Brazil's coastal areas.
Jake Woodier, a campaign officer with the UK Student Climate Network Campaign, told Euronews: "We're seeing quite a lot of change happening at quite a fast pace in the UK, where ultimately, we've seen the narrative about climate change and the kind of climate crisis shifting quite dramatically."
Today more than 1.4 million schoolchildren around the world are expected to walk out of lessons in what is believed to be the biggest protest calling for action on climate change to date.
Young people across the world are swapping pens for placards to demand action on climate change.
EU incentivises energy communities
The British newspaper taking a stand by choosing to change the way we talk about the climate emergency.
An extraordinary set of photos documenting the worldwide effects of global warming, exhibited by Josh Haner at Photo London.
Wildfires in Russia, floods in Iran, and another cyclone in Mozambique, as above average temperatures continue across the globe.
Three Greenpeace activists were hanging from ropes under the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Tuesday (May 14) as part of a protest to demand that Australian Prime Minister take "emergency" action on climate change
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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.