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Meet Nouf Alosaimi: the woman reaching new depths in travel
In 2008, Nouf Alosaimi made the life changing decision to do a recreational scuba dive while on holiday in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.
What's happening in the Arctic, Greenland and Antarctica?
The ice caps are melting and sea levels are rising. In this Climate Now live we discuss what's really happening to the Arctic, Greenland and Antarctica. Euronews science correspondent Jeremy Wilks put your questions to the experts.
Fears grow over potential collapse of Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier
What's the impact of melting ice on rising sea levels? In this episode of Climate Now, Euronews takes a closer look at what's happening in the north and south poles.
Coral reef taller than the Empire State Building found in Australia
Scientists are both “surprised and elated” by the discovery in the Great Barrier Reef.
Activist creates giant tampon applicator to highlight plastic waste
It is made of applicators found in rivers, on beaches and in ecosystems around the UK.
One million species at risk of extinction by end of this century
Saving nature: what's Europe's strategy? Euronews explains.
Technology innovations helping to cut emissions within shipping sector
In this episode of Ocean, Euronews explores how Europe is turning to technology to help clean up the shipping industry.
Half a million sharks could be killed for Covid-19 vaccine, says NGO
“Sourcing an ingredient from a wild animal is not a long-term solution."
18-year-old launches climate strike from Arctic ice cap
"We're past the point of a wake-up call, we're past the point of ignorance," says climate youth activist Mya-Rose Craig.
Devastating impact of marine heatwaves on ecosystems
What are marine heatwaves? And how are they impacting on the previous havens of biodiversity that are corals in areas such as the Medes Islands? Climate Now investigates the serious consequences of the phenomenon for ecosystems in the Mediterranean.
This 100% solar powered ocean pod is reimagining tourism
The designer was inspired by the underwater hideout of a Bond villain.
The UK’s first ‘ocean curriculum’ launches in primary schools
The Ocean Conservation Trust has partnered with five primary school to create an innovative approach to education.
This sailor is racing around the world to gather data on microplastics
As Fabrice Amedeo races through uncharted waters, he’ll also be collecting essential environmental information.
Seaweed farming: a sustainable opportunity for Europe
Ocean explores Europe's growing seaweed sector meeting the farmers trying to put the industry on a more sustainable footing.
Will seaweed save the world?
Ocean takes a closer look at the health and sustainable properties of seaweed.
World Oceans Day: Is pandemic protection worth the plastic pollution?
50% of ocean pollution is already caused by single-use plastics.
Fines for littering rise in France as masks and gloves found on seabed
Environmentalists sounded the alarm over a new type of marine pollution, courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic.
Massive sponge created to soak up oil spills in the ocean
This revolutionary new sponge could save marine life from the damaging effects of marine pollution.
Why are the waves in California glowing blue?
The natural phenomenon is drawing visitors who are swimming and surfing in the luminous waves.
Failing to collaborate over fisheries will sink any hope of a deal at the EU-UK negotiations ǀ View
Fisheries remain one of the main bones of contention during the EU-UK negotiations, putting the entire post-Brexit compromise at risk. Game theory suggests two styles of negotiation: collaboration or blame-game, but which approach will prevail?
Dolphins call each other by unique ‘names’, say scientists tuning in
Unique whistling sounds are being attributed to bottlenose dolphins in Australia in an effort to boost conservation.
What’s killing our underwater ecosystems?
One million land and marine species may become extinct, many within decades. What could Europe do to preserve and restore its marine biodiversity?
The importance of restoring marine biodiversity
Facing the challenge of up to one million land and marine species becoming extinct within decades, scientists in Crete who are looking at ways to restore marine diversity.
Putting marine resources on the map
EU coastal member states have just over a year to come up with plans to boost the marine economy while preserving coastal ecosystems for generations to come. We look at how they're doing it.
Uncharted waters: how maps can help prevent conflict over marine resources
Can you build a wind turbine in the same spot as a fish farm, and how do you make sure whale watchers and fishermen don’t clash at sea? It's all about maps.
WATCH | Meet the 300 women sailing the seas to fight plastic pollution
The crew of the eXXpedition Round the World has reached the Galápagos Islands on their 2-year science mission.