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Seven villages you need to visit in France’s Dordogne region
The Dordogne may be best known for its UNESCO-listed cave paintings, but its traditional villages are considered the most beautiful in France.
Hope for fish as hundreds of European dams demolished
Environmentalists are celebrating after a record 200 dams were removed from Europe’s rivers in 2021 - but there’s still a lot of work to do.
'Giant' stingray accidentally discovered by fishermen in Cambodia
While the discovery was welcomed, marine biologists warned that the biodiversity of the area was under threat.
Unoccupied car rolls across road and into river in Riga
An unoccupied car rolled across a busy road and into the Daugava River in Riga, Latvia, on April 14, according to police.
Why is Chicago's river turning bright green?
Some environmentalists say the tradition, which started in the 1960s, is outdated and disrespectful to wildlife.
Europe's largest open-air bookstore is about to begin a new chapter
18 new 'bouquinistes' will be allocated an iconic space on the River Seine after the mayor's office put out a call for applications.
Which of the world’s rivers are the most polluted with medical drugs?
The first global investigation into pharmaceutical pollution has revealed the extent of caffeine, antidepressants and other drugs in our waterways.
Sewage pollution is making UK beaches and rivers 'unswimmable'
Water companies say sewage overflow helps manage heavy rainfall but Surfers Against Sewage have found the practice has risen by 88 per cent in the last year.
Why does a Glasgow river have fewer rights than a new €14 company?
Lawyers and environmentalists at a COP26 Coalition event called for ecocide to be made punishable in international law.
Boat cruise along the Thames celebrates Black History
Any cruise along the Thames will take you past some of London's most famous landmarks, but this boat trip is different.
River Senne: Brussels cleans up hidden river to 'bring back nature'
The Belgian capital has been cleaning up and reviving its hidden river, which was previously covered in concrete, in a bid to "bring nature back to the city".
The surprising reason you shouldn’t do drugs at Glastonbury Festival
Scientists have discovered environmentally damaging levels of illicit drugs in a river that runs through the festival site.
How are 'bubble curtains' keeping plastic out of the sea?
The Dutch team have revealed the next place where they will be fighting river pollution with their smart technology.
France tightrope star stuns in Eiffel tower walk
French tightrope walker Nathan Paulin performs between the Eiffel Tower and Theatre National de Chaillot in Paris. "It was not as easy as I thought," he says after completing the 600-meter walk on a slackline.
‘Amazon of Europe’ is first UNESCO biosphere to cover five nations
Five European countries have come together to officiate the biggest transnational UNESCO biosphere reserve.
Swimming in sewage: How can we fix Europe’s smelly rivers?
Europe’s cities are struggling to keep untreated sewage out of their rivers, and the impacts of climate change are making it worse. But one company has come up with a solution.
This 24-hour wildlife watch is funding a hospital for Europe’s otters
Expert Ross Lawford is raising funds with an otter watching marathon to help the comeback of these elusive creatures.
The 6 coolest destinations for stand-up paddle boarding in Europe
Fancy seeing the sites from the water? Stand-up paddle boarding might be the perfect mode of transport for your next holiday.
Seventeen students injured after train derails in Austrian Alps
A train carrying dozens of schoolchildren derailed in the Austrian Alps, causing one carriage to fall on its side into a river.
This wild seal joined in a paddleboarding session
Paddleboarders in Lincolnshire, UK weren't expecting this little guy to join in with their class!
New tech could prevent biodiversity crisis using DNA analysis
The solution uses traces of genetic material in water samples to map species.
Researchers want to fight mass extinction by analysing DNA
Mapping biodiversity using DNA collected from rivers and wetlands around the world hopes to monitor the different species from bacteria to blue whales.
A guide to some of the most awe-inspiring bodies of water in Europe
To celebrate EU Green Week, we take a look at some of Europe's most beautiful destinations that centre around water.
Campaigners continue to fight to keep Europe's last wild river truly wild
The Vjosa is Europe's last wild river. It's home to over 1000 species and full of unique natural diversity. A project to build hydropower dams in this largely untouched river has got locals and campaigners fighting for it to become a protected zone.
How to make the most of Serbia’s great outdoors
From the limestone cliffs of the Uvac Canyon to the thickly forested Tara National Park, Serbia has a wealth of outdoor spots that are waiting to be explored.
Meet the wild swimmers fighting a war against waste in British waters
Lakes of litter, waves of waste and rivers of rubbish are being cleared by these brave British swimmers.