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How Europe helps tackle illegal fishing in the Western Indian Ocean
The ample fish stocks of the Western Indian Ocean provide livelihoods to coastal communities. But this hard-to-control area has become a hotspot for illegal fishing that's now endangering the marine ecosystem.
Fish, vital to Seychelles, are threatened by illegal vessels
Fish provide food and livelihoods to Seychelles residents - but boats from far and wide are a growing threat
Promote urban ecomobility with vouchers and methods to prevent bike theft
The city of Pisa has launched a new app with the help of the European Union to encourage collective and carbon neutral transport.
Which airline is investing millions in sustainable fuels in Australia?
The global airline industry aims to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
A greener future for fashion
Activists, designers and consumers say the fashion industry needs to cut its cloth to meet green targets #GreenWeek
Dubai Reduces Reliance on Single-Use Plastics
Dubai has stepped up its commitment towards a more sustainable future, through the launch of ‘Dubai Can’. Focus finds out how the move is reducing the city’s reliance on single-use plastic bottles.
The green steel revolution is coming. Is the EU ready to embrace it?
The European Steel Association (EUROFER), which represents almost all of the steel industry in Europe is calling for the EU’s support to put 60 major low-carbon projects in place across the continent by 2030.
Powering up wind energy in a world of climate variability
How can Europe manage the ups and downs of winds as the pressure to use more renewables rises
Reviving the timber industry in the French Alps
With its spruce, larch and cedar, the Alps region is one of the most wooded in France. Fourteen years ago, the local timber sector decided to pull together and face up to more competitive offers from forests in Germany and Austria, the Nordics and Eastern Europe. A new label was born.
How do wind farms manage climate change variability?
Climate Now visits a wind turbine construction site in Spain to see how the renewable energy industry is learning to manage the growing variability of the wind.
Why sustainable and stylish is the new look
The fashion industry is a €2.8 trillion behemoth that includes everything from clothing to bags, shoes to sportswear. But it all comes at a high environmental cost.
Ibiza shuns beach club parties in favour of green tourism
Ibiza could be set to ditch its nightlife image, as new sustainability legislation provides a pathway for a greener future in the Balearics.
‘Lego blocks’ of solar energy could power all homes by 2030
'Power Blox' are a simple solution for electrifying the world’s most remote areas, and a quick tool during disasters.
Scarybirds fly to the rescue of endangered species
Researchers seek new ways to reduce the environmental impact of fishing
“Microplastics are everywhere” researchers warn
Recent studies revealed evidence of microscopic plastic particles in the internal organs and blood of "almost all people tested", raising new concerns about the potential impact of microplastics on human health — and on marine life.
Look inside Zaha Hadid's 'office of the future' in the UAE
The office, built to house the headquarters of environmental management group BEEAH, has been designed to resemble the desert dunes that encircle it.
Why is Turkey being given a green loan of €300 million?
Turkey is the fastest growing OECD economy with rapidly increasing greenhouse gas emissions, but a green loan could make a big difference to the environment.
Panasonic steers us towards a greener future in mobility and business operations
For Panasonic, achieving carbon neutrality stretches far beyond its own offices, employees and day-to-day operations.
Would you live in this conker-shaped pod?
These futuristic conker-shaped pods can be assembled together to form a house that expands or shrinks according to your needs.
The battery set to transform renewable energy
Smart Regions travels to Germany to find out about a new battery that's been designed to better harness renewable energy.
The wonder of wetlands: the secret weapon in the battle against climate change
Salt marshes can store carbon from the atmosphere fifty times faster than a tropical forest. The Climate Now team visit the Venice Lagoon to see how scientists are protecting these special environments to help tackle climate change.
Euronews Debates: How can digital innovations regenerate a region?
Euronews brings together a group of influential and experienced policymakers and industry insiders to discuss the path forward for regional revitalisation in Japan and beyond.
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Former England international David Beckham attends an Amateur Women's football tournament at Qatar's Education Stadium
The project reinventing the way we use things
Smart Regions travels to the Italian city of Vicenza to look at a pioneering project giving used items a second life.
More charge points for Swedish cross-country corridor
A European project aims to increase the number of electric vehicle charging points in areas of low population density.
These are the deals attempting to make global fishing more sustainable
In this episode, Ocean explores so-called Sustainable Fishery Partnership Agreements. Deals between the EU and third countries ultimately designed to make fishing practices more sustainable and boost economic growth.