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Solving Europe's water crisis requires dealing with it locally
In some European countries, we will need to stop thinking that we have an automatic right to cheap, plentiful water which we can use to clean our streets, wash our cars, or fill our swimming pools whenever we wish, Mark Smith writes.
Spain to ban outdoor work during periods of extreme heat
The government has allocated €2 billion to ease the impact of extreme heat and drought on farmers and water supplies.
Spain’s water crisis puts one of Europe’s biggest wetlands at risk
Drought is threatening the Donana wetland and scientists say farmers in the region are making the problem worse.
Parisians have the highest risk of heat-related death in Europe
People in the French capital are more likely to die from high temperatures than those in 854 other urban areas across Europe.
Spanish worshippers prayed for rain on May Day
The "El Abuelo" religious procession in the southern Spanish city of Jaen on May 1st, saw worshippers pray for rain. Spain has had its hottest April on record and there are fears it could face a drought this year.
Spain's April heatwave sees temperatures nudging 40C
Unseasonably hot weather has seen April temperatures nudging 40C in parts of Spain. Last year was Spain's hottest since 1961, and warm air from North Africa is giving Spaniards a foretaste of another scorching summer several months early.
Which countries are at most risk from ‘record smashing’ heatwaves?
Scientists have identified which parts of the world are facing increased risk as climate change makes heatwaves longer, more frequent and more intense.
2022 was Europe's second warmest year ever and heat is here to stay
Europe's leading scientists on "alarming" climate change and what it means for our daily lives.
Europe’s forests are turning brown in summer - here’s why
Last year, 37 per cent of Mediterranean and central European forests were affected by tree browning.
This eco-friendly, plant-based coating could replace your AC unit
Energy intensive air conditioning could soon be replaced with colourful, cooling coatings. Here's how they work.
Spanish wildfire raises concerns amid soaring temperatures
Are Europe’s wildfires going to get worse in 2023? Spanish blaze raises concern as temperatures soar.
When can we blame climate change? The tricky science of attribution
Extreme weather events are on the increase globally, but can we blame climate change?
Extreme weather is changing the face of tourism in Europe
Last summer, Europe was hit with extreme temperatures. 2023 is expected to get even hotter.
Fungi are getting more dangerous. Here’s what’s being done about it
Global warming could spark ‘unpredictable’ changes in fungi, making it more deadly, research shows.
Is climate change causing increased gun violence in the US?
A large-scale US study shows how global warming could make violent shootings more common.
Is mineral sun cream worth the money? We tried out Europe's top brands
If you’re heading into the sun, you need to protect your skin - but not all products are created equal. Here are some of the best natural sunscreens to try.
COP27: World 'burning up faster' than it can recover, says Pakistan PM
Sharif argued Pakistan exemplifies the extreme vulnerability of nations in the developing world.
France experiences summer temperatures in mid-October
The heatwave is caused by a large low-pressure system in the Atlantic Ocean, which is allowing warm air to sweep up from Spain and North Africa.
Severe droughts 'could be the norm' in the EU by 2050, experts say
Droughts could mean that "part of the Mediterranean region will become problematic when it comes to agriculture", MEPs were told on Wednesday.
How a summer of droughts, floods and fires is hiking up food prices
Staple foods like wheat and luxury products like coffee are set to get more expensive as the planet warms.