Svalbard Implements Stricter Tourism Regulations to Preserve Arctic Wilderness

Andreas Bjelland Eriksen, the Norwegian Minister of Climate and Environment, emphasized the urgency of protecting Svalbard's flora and fauna amidst mounting pressures

Protesters Storm French Chemical Plant Over PFAS Pollution Concerns

Julien, a spokesperson for the organizers, emphasized the urgent need to address the issue of PFAS pollution, stating, "We want to close the door on the 'forever chemicals' that Arkema is dumping into the Rhône river."

St Kitts and Nevis administration promotes agenda-driven change to increase water supply

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: In order to fulfil the demands of an expanding agricultural sector and a growing population, the government of St. Kitts and Nevis is advancing its agenda to bring about change in the water services sector

Europe: Forest fires this summers results in highest emissions in 15 years, says scientists

The devastating forest fires that have ruined Europe during this summer have resulted in the highest emissions in 15 years.

Intense summers in Belgium this year is in complete contrast with that of 2021 floods: Experts

The scorching heat of summers that Belgium and the rest of Europe experienced this year is in complete contrast with that of 2021, characterized by severe floods.

German: Climate change is World’s ‘Biggest Security Problem’, says Minister Baerbock

The Foreign minister of German Annalena Baerbock, on Monday has called climate change the world's "biggest security problem," as Berlin welcomed representatives of around 40 nations for the Petersberg climate dialogue.

Ukrainian crisis, rise in prices of energy, food replaces COVID-19 crisis in Belgium: Study

The Ukrainian conflict, rising energy and food prices and climate change have replaced the coronavirus crisis as the main concerns of people living in...

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Rafael Nadal’s Final Act: The King of Clay Prepares for One Last Battle at Roland-Garros

As nadal steps onto the hallowed courts of Roland-Garros for his 19th tournament, the atmosphere is thick with nostalgia and reverence. His first opponent, Germany's Alexander Zverev, awaits him on Monday in what promises to be a poignant encounter

France Ends State of Emergency in New Caledonia Amid Ongoing Unrest

The measure, set to end at 20:00 local time, was implemented in response to two weeks of intense riots triggered by disputed electoral reforms and deep-rooted economic disparities between the indigenous Kanak population and residents of European descent

Russian Glide Bomb Attack on Kharkiv Supermarket Kills 12, Wounds 43

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky disclosed that over 200 people might have been inside the supermarket at the time of the bombing. Describing the attack as an act of "Russian madness," Zelensky condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin and his forces for their actions

Paris Orly Airport: 70% of Flights Canceled This Weekend as Air Controllers Strike

The disruption, set to commence from 0400 GMT on Saturday and extend through late Sunday, has cast a shadow over travel plans for thousands of passengers, exacerbating concerns as France braces for the impending Paris Olympics

Paris City Hall Votes to Increase Eiffel Tower Admission Price Amid Renovation

Currently, visitors embark on their ascent to the summit of the Eiffel Tower for €29.40 ($31.90). However, by June 17, that fee will rise to €35.30, marking a significant adjustment aimed at bolstering resources for the vital restoration efforts