View on Euronews app
The latest breaking European news
Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Cannes Film Festival 2023
More about this topic
Here’s why Denmark is our Green country of the month
RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2023
More about this topic
Germany plans to cut energy use by 26.5 per cent by 2030
The draft law would apply to both private and public sectors.
UK’s new net zero plan won’t meet 2030 emissions targets
Carbon capture and electric cars: What’s in the UK government’s new net zero plan?
Breakthrough: Australia passes law capping oil and gas emissions
Australia ‘safeguards’ the future with new law capping emissions from oil and gas.
Berlin fails to fast-forward its climate neutrality target to 2030
Residents of the city were asked to decide whether to move the goal 15 years earlier than previously planned.
Fewer flights is the only way to decarbonise travel, new report says
Here's why it's time to switch the plane for a train.
Companies warned people are willing to quit over climate inaction
The sentiment is even stronger among young people suggesting the trend could continue to grow.
Climate neutrality referendum hindered by Berlin senate, activists say
They say the decision not to hold the referendum on the same day as local elections on Sunday but on its own in late March will likely mean turnout will be too low for the vote to be valid.
‘I’m part of the solution’: How Bill Gates justifies his private jets
Taking about his climate innovation, Bill Gates addresses a glaring contradiction.
England built 2 onshore wind turbines in 2022. We asked experts why
A former UK Prime Minister's decision has stalled the installation of onshore wind turbines in England.
Why is Italy opposing an EU plan for greener buildings?
Countries will older houses could bear the brunt of EU-mandated green building renovations.
Germany to accelerate renewables by cutting red tape
In its race to net zero, Germany is streamlining permitting and reducing environmental assessments for wind and power projects.
The emissions-saving solutions that also help you live longer
Better insulation, less red meat, more exercise: These are the climate-friendly changes that will improve your life expectancy.
UN chief calls out fossil fuel giants for ignoring climate science
Antonio Guterres said that, just like the tobacco industry, those responsible need to be held to account.
EU announces carbon deal that aims for 62% emissions cut by 2030
The deal aims to accelerate emissions cuts, phase out free allowances to industries, and target fuel emissions from the building and road transport sectors.
Why the Cumbria coal mine ‘isn’t wanted’ by even the UK’s steelmakers
The mine will also produce an estimated 400,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions.
‘Woefully inadequate’: Report slams travel industry’s net zero plan
The research found only one scenario in which the industry would meet its goal to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
EU increases emissions reduction target by two per cent
Climate campaigners criticised the EU’s new two per cent target emissions cut increase as 'breadcrumbing.'
Glimmers of hope: Here are the climate wins from COP27 so far
In a storm of record emissions and slow negotiations, there has been some positive news out of the UN climate conference.
COP27: UN sets out ‘how to guide’ on net zero pledges
UN chief António Guterres said there were many issues with net zero pledges and "loopholes wide enough to drive a truck through".
Greenpeace accuses TotalEnergies of ‘shocking’ emission underreporting
Underreporting of carbon emissions throw the net zero goals of oil and gas companies into doubt, campaign group Greenpeace claim.