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Supercharged storm wrecks Greece’s breadbasket for years to come

Greece’s agricultural heartland is under water — and recovery will take a long time.Athens is asking Brussels for aid after a violent storm brought record...

Heatwave Vulnerability: Safeguarding Children’s Well-being in Europe and Central Asia

In a recent report by the United Nations (UN), a concerning reality has come to light – nearly half of all children in Europe...

Corporate ESG Assumptions: Is Sustainability Only for the Affluent?

A long long time ago in a galaxy far far away, I wrote what I called a “thought piece” about sustainability and circulated it...

Environment Committee Proposes New EU Rules to Make Sustainable Products the Norm

Aim is to make products last longer and be easier to repair, upgrade, recycle A ban on the destruction of unsold textiles and...

The invisible effects of human activity on nature

Discussions at the recent COP15 biodiversity conference in Montréal highlighted once again the impact of human activities on wildlife. Many species are forced to...

Iberdrola Steps Up Green Ammonia Plans With $800 Million Project

Spanish power company Iberdrola is expanding its bet on green hydrogen with a plan to build a 750 million euro ($808.05 million) plant to produce...

Greta Thunberg marks final school strike for climate: ‘The fight has only just begun’

Greta Thunberg went on a school strike for the climate for the last time on Friday, nearly five years after first sitting down in...

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