Some 45% of mainland Portugal is in extreme drought, while only 3mm of rain fell during July.
New report by the World Travel and Tourism Council shows over one million tourism sector jobs remain unfilled in the EU
A freight train carrying goods from Hefei in China’s Anhui province to Budapest in Hungary was launched on Friday, marking the first-ever freight trip between the two cities.
Berlin has decided to turn off the lights of several monuments as part of an energy-saving attempt amidst fears of winter gas shortages.
Energy Transition Minister Agnes Pannier-Runacher says it’s “absurd” that leaving doors open can increase energy use by 20% and she wants to stamp it out.
Several major fires are burning across Greece where the heatwave, which started on Saturday, 23 July, has increased the danger of new ones. Meanwhile, a fire in Tenerife has burnt almost 2,500 hectares.
Officials say the war in Ukraine and EU sanctions on Russia have caused an “energy crisis”.
Set in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, the Brazillian city of Manaus has a massive rubbish problem.
Travelling from different parts of Europe, 16 electric cars came together in Lyon using a European Commission-funded network of chargers.
From Kayaking through mangroves to indoor snow dunes, Qatar 365 takes a look at what Qatar has to offer for those seeking adventure in the extreme heat.
The latest addition to Saadiyat Cultural District in the UAE capital is an immersive, multi-sensory venue called teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi. Developed in conjunction with the Japanese art collective teamLab, the experimental, interactive 17,000 square metre space will be completed in 2024.
After three days of talks, G7 Ministers made a bid to tackle global warming with a number of pledges which will be presented to leaders next month at the G7 summit in Elmau, Germany – moves which have been largely welcomed by climate activists.