View on Euronews app
The latest breaking European news
Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Euronews Tech Talks
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
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
More about this topic
We're building a new Paris every week — but can this be sustainable?
More about this topic
Rich people's swimming pools are driving city water shortages
Social inequalities are driving urban water shortages at least as much as climate change or population growth.
The EU’s population is set to shrink by 6% by 2100
Is Europe facing a demographic crisis? We break down the data.
Which countries have the highest and lowest fertility rates in Europe?
The fertility rate in the EU increased by 8 per cent over the last two decades but the number of children being born has started to gradually fall.
The countries where population is declining
China recorded its first population decline in 60 years on Tuesday. But it is not the only country where the number of people is falling.
China records its first population fall in decades
China has fewer people than it did at the start of last year, according to official figures released Tuesday.
Anelise Borges reports on the blackouts in Ukraine for Euronews
Most Ukrainians were left without power on Wednesday night after a new wave of Russian strikes on the country's critical infrastructure. Euronews International Correspondent Anelise Borges was in the Ukrainian cities of Odesa and Kherson as residents battle on without water or electricity.
Italy's declining population fuels economic uncertainty
Italy's aging citizens coupled with low birth rates are shrinking the country's population. Experts are now looking to reverse the trend to boost future economic growth, Euronews correspondent Giorgia Orlandi reports.
Is overpopulation fuelling climate change? It’s not that simple
Climate change and population crowding might seem like two issues that are strongly linked - they are, but not quite as much as people might think.
EU population shrinks for the second year in a row in 2021
According to Eurostat, the population of the 27 countries that make up the bloc fell by close to 172,000 in 2021, with net migration and births failing to offset the death rate.
Kyiv residents rescued from burning building after deadly Russian strike
Strikes on residential areas in Kyiv killed at least two people early on Tuesday, as Russian troops intensified their attacks on the Ukrainian capital.
Prince William criticised for blaming habitat loss on Africa...again
Prince William has commented on African population growth for the second time, here are some other factors he should consider first.
What does it take to become a city in Europe?
From population size to cultural significance, we look into the myriad of qualities needed to become a city in some of Europe's biggest countries.
China allows couples third child amid demographic crisis
China will now allow couples to legally have a third child as it seeks to hold off a demographic crisis.
US becoming more diverse, new census data shows
The proportion of white people went from just over 63% in 2010 to just under 58%, the lowest on record.
How these countries could go extinct due to climate change
Climate migration will force the populations of these four countries to go extinct if we don’t see a period of rapid transformation.
Pope calls for incentives to boost Italy's ailing birth rate
The Supreme Pontiff called on the Italian government to create new opportunities for young people after the population shrank by more than 350,000 last year. But he's not the only religious leader making a case for increased fertility...
China's population growth reaches lowest rate in decades
China's population is growing at such a slow rate that it is prompting fears of an increasingly dependent population with fewer people available to work.
Nearly half of EU citizens uninterested in having say on bloc's future
A Eurobarometer survey found that 48% of citizens do not want to be involved in the Conference on the Future of Europe, a continent-wide consultation of EU citizens on want they want from the bloc.
EU launches consultation to tackle the challenges of an ageing Europe
For NGOs, ageing has been the elephant in the room for years among policymakers and has only come to the forefront since the COVID-19 pandemic.
German storms to be given more diverse names after online campaign
A low-pressure system will be called 'Ahmet' in an effort to reflect the country's increasingly diverse population.