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Philippine ferry catches fire at sea but all 120 passengers brought to safety
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Should Europe worry about the risk of attack on vital infrastructure?
Christian Bueger, a Professor of International Relations at the University of Copenhagen, explains the challenge Europe faces in ensuring the safety of its offshore critical infrastructure.
Where are Europe’s best beach cities for digital nomads?
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Wind droughts: A threat to the booming North Sea wind power industry?
Several EU countries are implementing ambitious plans to turn the North Sea into a green energy powerhouse. But what will happen if global warming causes wind speeds to drop?
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Food and Drink
Japanese food maker readies plant-based seafood for Europe
In March, European supermarket shelves will have to make space for a new Japanese entry in the increasingly big market for plant-based alternatives to sea-food and meat.
Microalgae: Tiny marine organisms with the power to change the world
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Can microscopic algae help fight our biggest environmental battles?
Euronews meets the French researchers developing new biopolymers to help in the fight against plastic pollution.
Europe is experiencing its hottest January on record
Some European countries recorded January temperatures that would normally occur in late spring.
Catch less, earn more: the reinvention of Mediterranean fishing
Small-scale fishers in Croatia and Greece are finding new ways to face up to environmental and economic challenges.
In the shadows: Small-scale fishers face growing challenges
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