BBC News presented a chat bot helping people learn about global warming and climate change in weekly conversations on Facebook Messenger.
On the third day of the climate protest two activists two glued themselves to the roof of a train, others blocked major traffic routes and police confirmed they have made more than 300 arrests since Monday.
At a summit in Brussels on Tuesday the EU and China declared to tackle climate change and promote clean green energy together.
It’s said that police have arrested more than 100 people after climate change protesters blocked the center of London, bringing traffic to a standstill.
On 13th of March finance ministers from 23 countries pledged to back climate action through their policy, tax and spending decisions in a coalition.
Today thousands of climate activists blocked parts of central London, Marble Arch, Oxford Circus and Waterloo Bridge aiming to force the government to tackle climate change with more affords.
The world’s glaciers are shrinking much faster than scientists thought. A new study shows glaciers are losing 369 billion tons of snow and ice each year, more than half of that in North America.
The first female president in the history of Slovakia is going to challenge long-standing industrial interests and the financing of coal mining after the election victory on Saturday.
More than fifty years ago Neil Armstrong made fundamental and outstanding discovery and resumed it it one famous quote: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”. The similar responds to european endevour on the path to clean and green future. Step by step Europe approaches itself to more nature and organic living.