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French oil giant Total in court over carbon emissions
It is the first such case against a private company in France.
Regardless of who is president in 2020, climate change will be at the bottom of the US agenda ǀ View
A second term for President Trump will entrench the “energy dominance” agenda. A new Democratic administration will likely bring a tour de force of federal executive action on climate policy through US domestic, foreign and trade policy.
Review 2019: Greta than ever climate fight inspired by teenage Swede
This year has seen activists step up their protests over climate change, calling on their governments to do much more. Inspired by Greta Thunberg, their demonstrations have come as temperature records were being set in scores of countries across the globe.
"Point of no return" is hurtling towards us, says UN head
"Point on no return" is hurtling towards us, says UN head
The Brief: EU declares a climate emergency
In Strasbourg, MEPs voted in favour of a resolution that would require Europe to keep in mind the environmental effects of all future legislation.
'Mobilisation on World War Two scale needed to achieve climate target'
A climate politics expert has told Euronews that mobilisation on the level of World War Two is required to fulfil the Paris Climate Agreement's minimum target.
Kanye West to make sustainable shoes, while supporting Donald Trump
The American rapper announces his brand is going green.
Most countries' climate targets 'totally insufficient' — study
The US withdrawal from the 2015 Paris climate agreement sends "a terrible signal", the former chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change tells Euronews.
Watch: Polish officers smash windows of Greenpeace ship with hammers
Masked men, armed with automatic weapons, break the windows of the Rainbow Warrior vessel.
The G7 must stop fuelling inequality ǀ View
Now more than ever political leaders actually need to listen. They will find that the solutions to inequality are not coming from politicians, but are already being moved forward by people on the frontlines of the problem globally.
The long-term strategy to make the EU carbon neutral needs a hard reality check ǀ View
The gap between EU policies and goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions is becoming increasingly wide and new solutions are urgently needed to close it.
Belgium, Germany and Netherlands topple all-time highest temperatures
The heatwave gripping Europe has toppled all-time temperature records in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
G20: 19 members recommit to Paris climate agreement, without US
All members of the G20 but the United States have reaffirmed their commitment to the Paris climate agreement.
It’s time to stop talking about the Paris Agreement and start acting on it ǀ View
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.
France's environment targets discussed
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.
For the sake of security and political stability, parliaments must pursue sound governance ǀ View
As rapporteur of the [OSCE] economic and environmental committee, I have tabled a report and draft resolution under the theme “Advancing Sustainable Development to Promote Security: The Role of Parliaments.”
Climate change narrative shifting dramatically, says student organiser
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."
School walk-out believed to be the biggest climate protest to date
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.
President receives Germany's 'last piece of coal' in symbolic pledge
President receives Germany's 'last piece of coal' in symbolic pledge to keep climate promise
How is Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week encouraging young green entrepreneurs?
This year’s Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) comes to an end on January 19th. Taking place in the UAE’s capital, it’s an annual gathering of industry leaders and heads of state to discuss the latest advancements in sustainable development.