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Solar panels on artificial lakes are nothing new. But there are high expectations when it comes to the biggest floating solar park outside of Asia, built right near the city of Zwolle in the Netherlands. We check out its longevity and how it could be a space-saving solution to our energy needs.
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Changes in Europe provide a sustainability blueprint for the world
As the world slowly begins to climb out of the depths of the pandemic, a new reality has emerged. Nearly two-thirds of the world now believes climate change is a global emergency that requires immediate action toward environmental sustainability.
"H&M has responsibility to lead on green issues": head of sustainability
Pascal Brun, the head of sustainability for clothes retailer H&M, talks of the company's goal to become climate positive, how fast fashion is nearing an end and how the industry should shape a new environmentally friendly era.
The sustainable farming methods helping farmers earn a fair income
Sustainable farming methods are being used more and more in Europe. They help the environment, reduce costs and help farmers earn a fair wage. The EU's Common Agricultural Policy is also trying to encourage these practices.
Find out how Belgium's huge fresh produce auction is bearing fruit
BelOrta's fruit and vegetable auction in Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Belgium, sells up to 4000 tons of produce a day. Over 1000 farmers are part of its network. Its Sales and Marketing Manager gives Euronews a glimpse into how it works.
The sustainable revival of Saudi Arabia’s spectacular AlUla region
An ambitious regeneration plan has seen this once important but long-forgotten region of Saudi Arabia transformed into a global destination for culture, art and nature tourism.
Saving food to save the planet: European initiatives take on food waste
Around a third of all the food produced for human consumption is thrown away every year. The CO2 emissions created during the production and disposal of this surplus food are damaging the planet. But there are now many European initiatives around to help find solutions for this excess food.
How to reduce food waste (and why it's so important)
One-third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted through unsustainable means. In the EU, domestic households are responsible for more than half of that waste.
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Cry like a Boy: because being tough all the time hurts
From Burundi to Lesotho, travel with us to Africa to discover the stories of men suffering from pressure to fulfil traditional male roles, and those defying centuries of stereotypes. The hashtag is #CryLikeABoy
Technology, agriculture's friend for the sustainable farms of the future
Farm of the Future is a project in partnership with the EU Commission's 'Farm to Fork' strategy. It uses the latest technology and innovations to produce sustainable agriculture for a healthier planet.
Making agriculture sustainable - researchers create the Farm of the Future
Wijnand Sukkel works for Farm of the Future in the Netherlands. This project is harnessing technology and innovative production to make farming sustainable. Sukkels knows what is needed to turn agriculture around.
Is planning still possible without climate data?
As different as they may be, businesses, industries, policy-makers and authorities face the same challenge: integrating the impact of climate change in their future decisions
Meet Europe's leading climate change entrepreneurs
Europe’s best climate entrepreneurs answered your questions in this edition of #ClimateNow. With insight from pioneer Bertrand Piccard, Earth data guru Laia Romero, Copernicus start-up champion Stijn Vermoote and wind-energy expert Gil Lizcano.
‘Farm to Fork’, a new Euronews’ series on how to make Europe’s food chain sustainable
'Farm to Fork' is a new Euronews’ mini-series focused on Europe’s green transformation of its food production, distribution and consumption systems.
Climate data: the new key for finance decision making
In a changing climate, the financial sector will more than ever need precise data, predictions and projections to assess investment risks and identify opportunities. Having reliable information at hand will help to accelerate the switch to a climate-resilient global economy.
This 139-year-old house was wheeled through San Francisco
The Englander House moved six blocks in six hours with thousands watching the extraordinary process.
These three millennials are fighting for climate solutions in Europe
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How a small village became a reference point for energy transition
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EU's multi-billion pandemic recovery fund gets go-ahead from European Parliament
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