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Protective barriers will be removed on Saturday, allowing the public to get up close to the transformed French monument
In Paris, installation work begins at Arc de Triomphe to wrap monument with late artist Christo's canvas
jeans are considered to be one of the most polluting – yet, most worn – items in the world. But they can have a place in our closets... as long as we shop wiser.
Introducing individual carbon quotas means setting a precise carbon footprint per individual on a city or country scale, deemed necessary in light of the effects of the climate crisis and the urgent need to cool the planet.
With atmospheric CO2 levels increasing at a rate unprecedented in at least three million years, there are fears that ocean surface climates may become less hospitable to the species it hosts.
The Bosque Metropolitano is a future green infrastructure composed of more than 450,000 trees over a 75km stretch in the city of Madrid.
According to a study by the University of Colorado at Boulder, Paris' urban density and horizontal construction is the most optimal urban form for reducing carbon emissions over the long term.
After the heat wave brought by the Lucifer anticyclone in Europe, multiple solutions for countering these extreme phenomena linked to climate change and reducing the temperature in city centres are being highlighted.
A hotter planet is now likely a certainty for us, warns the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report. Here’s what Malaysian scientists say is in store for us.
This reduction is mainly due to emissions linked to air travel (80%) by foreign spectators and emissions related to accommodation and food.