Under the Paris Agreement, 195 countries have pledged to slash their greenhouse gas emissions to keep global temperature rise well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels.
We investigate one of the hottest topics in climate change in this episode of Climate Now, looking at how scientists are working to track emissions and differentiate between sources of CO2, be they human or natural.
Ice-free summers expose Arctic ecosystems to more than open waters
The Climate Now programme looked at the different ways the city of Rotterdam combats Climate Change. It looks at how the city deals with the rise of sea levels, how a roof garden is helping to store water and grow its own produce and how a floating farm works.
Scientists warn about heatwaves becoming the norm and start developing tools to help urban areas to adapt.
Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service shows temperatures were 1.2 degrees centigrade above the pre-industrial average.
July was the warmest month ever recorded, with average temperatures close to 1.2°C above the pre-industrial level.
June 2019 was the warmest on record - with temperatures in Europe 2C above normal
June 2019 has just been confirmed as the hottest month ever on record, according to Copernicus.
The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring service (CAMS) recently formed a new partnership with the European Aeroallergen Network (EAN,) and will explore ground breaking technology to deliver automatic pollen observations in near real-time across Europe.
Last month was globally one of the three warmest months of May since 1979, with extreme weather resulting in floods, heat-waves and melting Arctic ice
Wildfires in Russia, floods in Iran, and another cyclone in Mozambique, as above average temperatures continue across the globe.
Record snow, long heatwaves, drought, floods, storms, worrying Arctic sea and Alpine glaciers ice melt: the recently released report from Copernicus Climate Change Service highlights clear climate change trends as well as long-lasting uneven extreme weather patterns throughout the continent.
Last month was the second warmest March ever as worldwide temperatures continue to rise.
The European Earth Observation Programme Copernicus shows that average global temperatures were above average for February 2019.
January 2019 witnesses extreme cold and rising temperatures across the planet.
Fears over warming planet as global temperatures are more than 1°C above pre-industrial era
Latest satellite observations indicate the concentration of CO2 gases in the atmosphere has risen further.
Latest data shows global temperature in October well above average for the month.
Euronews' Copernicus environmental overview examines a sultry September.
Copernicus to help tourism industry adapt to climate-related shifts in holiday destinations and seasonality.
The fourth-warmest August on record produced more than just heat, with drought and floods damaging crops and taking lives around the world.
Europe saw its second warmest July on record.
June - a month of weather contrasts
With currently over 100 million people suffering from allergic rhinitis and 70 million from asthma in Europe, it is crucial to warn respiratory disease sufferers in time to enable them to take measures such as preventive medication and evasive actions.
High temperatures across Europe as century-old records are broken in Sweden and Norway