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MEPs vote to reform the EU's emissions system and impose a carbon tax
The positive votes come two weeks after chaotic scenes erupted in the hemicycle, delaying the three key laws.
Dutch farmers angry over measures to reduce nitrogen emissions
The Netherlands government unveiled mandate reductions of up to 70% of nitrogen oxides in many places and 95% in other areas to protect nature.
Chaos erupts at EU Parliament as three key climate laws postponed
A vote on the Emissions Trading System caused an unexpected domino effect of rejections and delays.
New and existing fossil fuel projects must end now, says new study
Will ending new fossil fuel projects be enough? These scientists say no.
Vital indicators of climate change broke all previous records in 2021
It’s official: 2015-2021 were the hottest years on record, and it’s only getting hotter.
The real climate impact of flying could be much worse than we thought
The consequences of non-CO2 impacts could be a net warming effect on the climate that is bigger than that of CO2.
Cow face masks could help cut methane emissions from burps
The innovative design has won a nearly €60,000 prize backed by Prince Charles to help develop the idea in the future.
China to invest in renewable power but still prioritising oil and gas
The combination of clean fuels and fossil fuels is all about balancing energy security and achieving China's climate change goals.
Does Russia have a climate plan to reduce carbon emissions?
Russia has committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060.
Eunice Foote discovered climate change in 1856 - before men did
Eunice Foote discovered the effects of global warming in 1856, but didn't get the credit she deserved.
Scientists discover unique greenhouse gas effect in the Congo Basin
The Congo Basin is home to one of the world’s largest rainforests, so why do we know so little about it?
Saudi minister backs pink hydrogen made by ‘emancipated young ladies’
Bin Salman told the World Economic Forum of the petropower’s ambition to become a green and blue hydrogen leader too.
Germany faces a 'gigantic task' to meet CO2 reduction goals - minister
Germany's new climate minister said the country is currently on track to halve its emissions by 2030 - far off the government's target of 65%.
More Zoom, less climate gloom as conferences move online, finds study
Switching to virtual events could give the world an extra 18 months to reach the 1.5 degrees target.
Could AI-powered robots replace recycling workers in the future?
The average European creates about five tonnes of waste every year, of which only 36 per cent is recycled. But these robots’ makers say that this number could be boosted if the hazardous job of waste sorting is handed over to machines.
Portugal becomes the fourth EU country to stop using coal
The country's power production has gone coal-free nine years before the deadline.
Here are the 4 best ways to cut the carbon footprint of your home
From how we heat them to the appliances within them, our homes contribute a lot to our environmental impact.
COP26 to end a day late as key issues remain unresolved
Negotiators in Glasgow were still trying to find common ground on phasing out coal, when nations need to update their emission-cutting pledges and, especially, on money.
Rainforests in the DRC: "a solution" for climate change
The Congo Basin is home to the second-largest tropical forest on the planet. We take a look at how the Democratic Republic of the Congo with the help of the EU is helping to fight climate change and restore biodiversity there.
Cementing a cleaner future: how Japan is cutting carbon from industry
In this episode we focus on the latest innovations in Japan to capture and recycle carbon and develop zero-carbon concrete.
Are machines or trees better for reducing CO2?
If we're going to slow down global warming scientists say we're actually going to have to take billions of tonnes of CO2 out of the atmosphere. So how do we do it? Plant trees or use machines?
Digital footprints contributing 'more and more' to climate change
Tech sector could account for 14% of global greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 if left unchecked.
What's Europe and China's path to carbon neutrality?
What's Europe and China's path to carbon neutrality? As COP26 gets underway we debate net-zero targets, ditching coal, and managing the switch to renewables with experts from east and west.
Euronews Debates: How should China and Europe transition to clean energy?
Experts from Europe and China debate the pathways to a clean energy future, focusing on the concrete steps towards shared carbon neutrality goals.
Seaweed-eating sheep could hold the key to reducing methane emissions
Animals on a remote Scottish island have a habit of munching on seaweed and it has inspired scientists that are tackling climate change.
Expectations for COP26 are low but here's what would make it a success
Euronews reached out to NGOs and experts to find out what world leaders need to agree on to walk away from the COP26 in Glasgow with their heads held high.