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Meet the young environmentalist sending children to school in Indonesia
In partnership with Media City, Qatar. Poverty remains a stumbling block that prevents many Indonesian children from going to school. One 11-year-old is determined to change that. He does so while protecting the environment too.
Paris Olympics swimming test event cancelled over water quality fears
The cancellations this weekend pose a new challenge to the Paris Olympics organisers and the city’s ambitions to reopen the iconic river to public swimming after the Games.
Millions of Americans are drinking water contaminated with PFAS
Hundreds of communities across the US were found to have drinking water contaminated with dangerous levels of PFAS.
Great Barrier Reef escapes UNESCO ‘in danger’ recommendation for now
The Australian government has welcomed the decision saying it shows it is ‘working hard’ to protect the reef.
Poland turns to EU in row with Germany over illegal waste claims
A fire at a Polish landfill site has brought attention to the county's waste management policies and claims that waste is being illegally brought in from Germany.
Life in plastic: It’s overshoot day for the world’s favourite material
Today marks International Plastic Overshoot Day, when the world officially exceeds the amount of plastic it can effectively manage in a year.
NASA-designed space tyres may reduce pollution back on Earth
According to the SMART Tire Company, which is commercialising the product for terrestrial use, the tyres are airless, durable and will never go flat.
Hiding in plain sight: fashion brands refuse transparency
Major fashion brands ranked on transparency about their environmental impact and working conditions by Fashion Revolution’s index scale.
WATCH: Green algae protest against farming in France
Activists call for the end to the construction of industrial cattle farms in Brittany, where nearly half of France's more than 3000 factory farms are situated.
French company accused of releasing 'forever chemicals' near Lyon
Local residents blame French chemical giant Arkema for contaminating the environment around its plant near Lyon.
Toxic algae: 900 people infected in France's Basque coast since 2021
Since 2021, a toxic variant of an algae named 'ostreopsis' has become increasingly prevalent in the Atlantic Ocean.
Cruise ships: Where are Europe’s most polluted port cities?
Which European cities have the worst cruise ship pollution and how can we fix it?
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Thousands 'hug' the ocean on Brazil beach for World Ocean Day
Thousands of people made a human chain on Brazil's Sao Conrado beach in Rio de Janeiro to "hug" the Atlantic Ocean on World Ocean Day.
'Its not over yet': Portuguese village resists lithium mine
Covas do Barroso, a village of just over 100 residents, could become home to the largest lithium mine in Western Europe.
Are electric cars really the answer? We asked an emissions expert
It can be difficult to know what the most environmentally friendly car option is, so we asked an expert for advice.
‘Help us save Poros’: Tiny Greek island threatened by fish farm
‘We cannot watch this go ahead without a fight’: Greek islanders are rallying against plans for a giant fish farm.
Life after plastic: How can we cut pollution 80% by 2040?
The UNEP has revealed a 17-year roadmap for cutting pollution.
Vietnam battles plastic blight in idyllic Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay is one of Vietnam's most beautiful nature site. But the UNESCO world heritage site threatened by deluge of plastic waste.
Plastic pollution is a 'time bomb' warns France's President Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron warns that global plastic pollution is a 'time bomb' as delegates begin five days of talks in Paris aimed at reaching an international treaty to end plastic waste.