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As war rages, EU Green Deal finds itself at a crossroads | View
Should transportation subsidies take into account gender inequality?
Gender gaps in pay and employment, together with an unequal division of household talks, leads to different travel patterns between men and women.
Ex-owners of Italian steelworks jailed over deadly factory pollution
The former owners of Ilva steelworks, Fabio and Nicola Riva, were handed 22 and 20 years in jail respectively for allowing their Taranto-based factory to emit deadly pollution.
Does greenwashing threaten to derail the EU's climate ambitions?
Greenwashing is the deceptive marketing method that makes people believe the advertised products, services or projects are environmentally friendly, when, in fact, they are not.
What is the EU Green Week and how can you participate?
The annual event, which brings interested parties together to debate the bloc's environmental policy, kicks off today (Monday).
The future of food and drink: How can we build resilient food systems?
How can we ensure our favourite foods and drinks will be available far into the future without costing the Earth? Industry experts and policy-makers shared their success stories on building the food systems of tomorrow at a Euronews Green Debate.
Climate activists struggle to stay relevant during COVID-19 pandemic
The environmental organisation Fridays for Future Italia told Euronews about campaigning during the pandemic and why the climate and coronavirus crises are intrinsically linked.
The Briefing: Fishing latest issue to get caught up in Brexit’s net
The Brexit merry-go-round has come to a grinding halt due to fishing rights – Euronews Political Editor Darren McCaffrey takes a look at the thorny issue.
Denmark's dilemma as North Sea oil tests its green credentials
Denmark leads the way in Europe when it comes to climate-friendly policies. But lucrative North Sea oil is testing its green credentials.
EU has 'lost time, not momentum' on climate goals, says Commissioner
While the pandemic has affected almost all aspects of daily life in Europe, the European Commission claims the crisis has not diverted them from their ambitions to become carbon neutral by 2050.
Coronavirus downturn helps accelerate move to green economy, says ECB
"The fact we have this downturn does create some room for accelerating what needed to happen anyway: the green deal and digitisation," said the ECB's chief economist Philip Lane.
How Serbia's addiction to coal could cloud its future in Europe
When much of Europe is turning against coal, Serbia is continuing to open new mines, often financed and built by China.
Can Europe planting three billion trees help save the planet?
NGOs fear that tree planting often leads to "greenwashing" by corporations and governments and distracts from the real effort to stop the burning of fossil fuels.
As climate change begins to bite, ending overfishing will safeguard our oceans’ health ǀ View
Our oceans are our first line of defence against rising carbon levels in the atmosphere. Overfishing is compromising the planet's immunity to climate change - to the detriment of us all.
EU Green Week: Europe’s plan to be first carbon-neutral continent
To become the first carbon-neutral continent: that’s the ambitious goal for Europe, laid out in the EU's Green Deal. Here's how it's supposed to work