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Positive environmental stories: A 2023 roundup
We're going to be regularly updating this page with good news about our planet in an effort to combat climate anxiety.
NASA-designed space tyres may reduce pollution back on Earth
According to the SMART Tire Company, which is commercialising the product for terrestrial use, the tyres are airless, durable and will never go flat.
How Paris can avoid a ‘nightmare scenario’ in 50 degree heat
Paris needs to act now to avoid ‘nightmare scenario’ in future heatwaves, new report urges.
This electric ‘water bike’ could be a green alternative to jet skis
The all-electric ‘water bike’, from New Zealand-based company, Manta 5, retails from €10,000 and can reach top speeds of 20km/h.
How can the EU unlock the potential of sustainable healthcare?
How much waste is generated by the healthcare sector in the EU? Can it become more eco-friendly? How can digitalisation make a difference? Watch our latest Euronews Debate to find out.
Norwegian cruise line unveils plans for first zero emission ship
Big batteries, wind tech and solar panel sails: Here’s what the world’s first zero carbon cruise ship could look like.
New ‘storm-in-a-box’ device can make energy out of thin air
Scientists in the US have developed a device that can harvest humidity in the air to create a clean electricity supply.
This solar oven is cutting costs and bakery emissions in Lebanon
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How is this tiny country leading Europe’s solar power drive?
This tiny country is short on land. But a forward-thinking government and innovative solutions are overcoming the lack of space.
Could stripy wind turbines help to save birds from their blades?
We need to see like birds in order to protect them, say the ornithologists suggesting a ‘simple’ redesign.
This micro EV could solve parking problems in Europe’s crowded cities
The Israel-based start-up City Transformer says it plans to produce 15,000 vehicles by the end of 2024 at a new factory in Western Europe.
Meet the Indian maths teacher who made his own solar-powered car
The entrepreneur went viral for his prototype of a ‘luxurious’ electric vehicle that is not just for the super wealthy.
This Israeli start-up is designing electric planes for personal use
The new two-seater eVTOL will have a 160 km range from a single charge and is being designed to fly commuters on short trips.
Human composting: How to stay green after you hit the grave
New York has become the latest US state to legalise terramation - a way for environmentalists to protect the planet long after they’ve left it behind.
How to recycle your Christmas tree this January
Cut Christmas trees don’t have to be binned at the end of the 12th night - see how others across Europe are putting them to good use.
Green energy: Scientists generate electricity from a plant
Scientists have successfully used a succulent plant to create a living ‘bio-solar cell’ that runs on photosynthesis.
Meet the Brazilian engineer cruising on plastic bottle tops
"We want to be an example for kids and other businesses to show that they can use plastic waste and other residues to have a more circular economy."
Hydroponics: Inside the refugee camp growing veg without soil
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It may look rude but this 'skybrator' is producing clean energy
NIMBYism is one of biggest threats to the transition to renewable energy. So silent, small designs could make a big difference to installation rates.
This all-electric snow-bike could be hitting the Alps this year
The snow-bike won’t be allowed on regular slopes but will be allowed on special closed snow-bike areas or guided trails.