From climate change and eco-tech to the latest green innovations and solutions: discover our selection of environment news and stories from around the world.
Plastic bags have been overtaken by face masks as one of the most common pieces of plastic waste. In fact, 102 million are thrown every week in the UK alone.
Concerns about the cryptocurrency's energy consumption have arisen after a big investment from Tesla.
Fish stocks in the Mediterranean Sea have dropped to alarming levels due to decades of overfishing. Coastal states fear an impending collapse of fisheries. But in a protected part of the Adriatic Sea between Croatia and Italy, fish populations are recovering. Is this the solution?
Here’s how two companies have joined forces to grow an ‘Impact Forest’ that will subsidise video call carbon emissions.
The Bug Picture is empowering communities to come up with sustainable solutions to the plague.
The Englander House moved six blocks in six hours with thousands watching the extraordinary process.
The country has failed to implement laws that focus on the conservation of wildlife and plants.
Women are being killed for their environmentalism, suggesting a link between patriarchal violence and activism.
Like other birds, flamingos swallow small pebbles to aid digestion but can’t distinguish between pebbles and the lead pellets.
A Hungarian company is making solar-powered tiles that people can walk on safely.
Eco-friendly TikTok star Demi Skipper is swapping her stuff with strangers, in the hope of getting a house.
Unreported Europe takes a look at how rubbish is ending up in rivers in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. Environmentalists have condemn this situation, which has been happening for the last 25 years.
The social media giant is introducing a completely new feature.
Biodegradable plastic may not degrade as quickly as expected
Volunteers have been trying to warm up the animals despite problems with water and power in the southern US state.
Around 6.8 billion face masks are thrown away each day during the pandemic. Is this the solution to repurposing them?
They might be 'Gen Z', but these youngsters are the future of a green EU.