Robot that uses AI to pull weeds may reduce poisonous herbicide use by 70% for some crops.
The European Union is not fooling around, and European countries are under pressure to adhere to ambitious plans to get their roadways up and ready for the total phaseout of fossil fuels in the years ahead.
New research commissioned by material technologies business, Aquapak, with sustainable packaging producers and users in the UK, Italy and Germany, shows that European packaging businesses are committed to the circular economy, but few are acting ahead of legislation.
A record number of river barriers, including dams and weirs, were removed across Europe in 2022, with at least 325 taken down in 16 countries, allowing rivers to flow freely and migratory fish to reach breeding areas.
Europe saw the third warmest January on record at the beginning of this year, according to the Copernicus climate monitor.
Blanca Landa heads an international project to stop the spread of ‘Xylella fastidiosa’, a bacteria that is threatening the Mediterranean agricultural sector
Striking satellite images have revealed dirty brown hillsides around what should be pristine, white snow-covered ski resorts as record-breaking January heat hits all over Europe.
It’s “the most extreme event ever seen in European climatology,” said one climatologist. “Nothing stands close to this.”
The Alps’ glaciers are on track for their highest mass losses in at least 60 years of record keeping
Spanish officials said 360 people died in the country between July 10 and 15, while more than 650 people have died in Portugal over the past week.
Temperature could exceed 42C in parts of France as scientists warn heatwaves will hit earlier than usual due to climate change
The European Union slashed greenhouse gas emissions 34% below 1990 levels by 2020, overshooting the bloc’s target of 20%