We dive into which European states are doing their part for the planet.
New research is looking at ways of saving water at ultra-thirsty concentrated solar power plants, making this renewable energy more environmentally friendly.
In this episode of Insiders, Euronews' Hans von de Brelie travels to Denmark to find out about the efforts on the island of Samsø to slow down climate change.
In this episode of Ocean, Denis Loctier travels to the west coast of France and northern Scotland to see what Europe is doing to tap into the immense power of the sea.
In northern Chile, the first thermosolar plant of Latin America is springing up in the middle of the Atacama Desert.
A group of artists have come together in New Delhi to reproduce famous monuments of the world using waste.
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.
Jordan’s movement towards renewable energy is gaining momentum.
China's first 100MW solar power plant was put into operation on Friday in Dunhuang City of northwest China's Gansu Province.
Smart Regions travels to Hungary to look at a European programme which is teaching students how to better save energy at home and at school.
The best solar powered gadgets for your everyday and travel adventures.
An EU advisory and planning network, the EEN, has helped Scotland's Nova Innovation take on the world in the tidal power market.
Japan's Ibasei has installed six small turbines in Nepal, and transferred the technology, bringing light to the darkness of schoolchildrens' classrooms and their homes.
Germany, a heavy user of dirty coal, has a high profile as an environmental leader, but that paradox has to change and the arguments for phasing out this fossil fuel are, says one expert, incontrovertible.
By 2020, many European countries are trying to reduce greenhouse gases and lower climate change in accordance to the Paris Agreement. Here are some of the EU countries leading the way with renewable energy sources.
Sitting off the northwest coast of England, Danish energy group Orsted unveiled the Walney Extension project on Thursday.
The wind farm covers an area the size of about 20,000 football pitches.
According to some data, 85% of productivity growth in modern developed economies is the direct result of innovation
Virtual currencies are set to be at the heart of an ambitious scheme to bring solar power to Moldova and other parts of Europe.
Biologists across Europe have been carrying out detailed research to find out how effective Butanext, a biofuel from wheat straw, could be to replace finite fossil fuels.
An eco-sustainable and intelligent energy network is benefiting a neighbourhood in Marseille through a project called 'Massileo', which is backed by European Cohesion Policy funds. It could soon be rolled out in other countries, such is the interest it has sparked.
March production exceeded consumption by more than 3%, and country could have totally green electricity by 2040 says study.
Why Scientists are excited by 'next-generation' solar cells and what they could mean for the future of energy.
The UK and Germany are leading Europe’s charge towards using more and more sea-based wind power.
Sweden gets more than half of its energy from renewables but how is the rest of Europe doing when it comes to generating clean power?
Euronews wants your say on who should be one of the five personalities of the year—in fields including space, innovation, culture, business and sport.