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The Ellen MacArthur Foundation is due to launch a report today which shows how artificial intelligence can help the transition into a circular economy.
David Attenborough calls for 'practical solutions' to climate change at the World Economic Forum's Crystal Awards.
In Euronews' special Davos After Hours discussion, correspondents Darren McCaffrey, Isabelle Kumar and Sacha Vakulina break down the key events from day one at the World Economic Forum.
Around 20,000 visitors expected to attend the luxurious event, including Hollywood celebrities such as Pierce Brosnan.
The world's most renowned watch creators are showing off their latest designs in Geneva
Extreme snowfall caused chaos in parts of Europe this week, bringing some communities in Germany and Austria to a grinding halt. Here is a look at of some of the areas most affected by this severe winter weather.
Three people were injured after an avalanche hit the Swiss resort of Schwaegalp on Thursday (January 10).
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Switzerland is going to vote on Sunday on whether to save cow horns.
Climate campaigners assembled a giant postcard at one of Europe’s shrinking glaciers to send a message about global warming.
With the winners from the 72 magnificent timepieces to be announced on November 14th, the latest edition of the "watchmakers' Oscars" is a blend of ancient art and innovation...at a price.
“Our process is putting the pasta into the reactor, and it comes out as water and flour, the original pasta ingredients. Then we can make pasta — well, plastic — again.”
Switzerland has announced it will ban all convicted paedophiles from working with children for life.
Judges will be obliged to impose the measure on almost all those convicted of sexual offences against vulnerable victims.
"The foundation's priority was to increase safety and security, to make it easier for families to access their relatives' wishes," Dr Immer, President of the Swiss National Foundation for Organ Donation and Transplantation, told Euronews