08 September 2021 - Nearly 40,000 species out of almost 140,000 on the updated IUCN Red List are threatened with extinction. The Komodo dragon's position has worsened.
08 September 2021 - Former European Commissioner Christos Stylianides is taking over the Ministry of Climate Crisis and Civil Protection of Greece after historic wildfires
06 September 2021 - Eight companies and institutions are working on solutions to supply the industry and residents of the Ruhr in Germany with CO2-free hydrogen.
27 August 2021 - The temperature in Slovenia is rising two times faster compared to global average, so the state must help the agricultural sector.
26 August 2021 - Montenegro is considering options to replace the Pljevlja thermal power plant when it ceases to generate electricity.
25 August 2021 - Climate change increased the intensity and likelihood of the rainfalls and floods in Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands that killed at least 222 people.
19 August 2021 - Within the HYBRIT project, SSAB has manufactured the first fossil-free steel in the world and delivered it to Volvo Group.
18 August 2021 - In 2020, the EU consumed 63% and 64% less hard coal and brown coal, respectively, than in 1990, according to Eurostat's data.
18 August 2021 - It remains very likely that 2021 will rank among the world’s 10-warmest years on record, according to US agency NOAA.
18 August 2021 - Scientists for Climate – Croatia want a state of emergency in the country because of desertification risk, sea level rise, droughts, floods and fires
17 August 2021 - Between 2000-2018 three countries financed coal and gas power plants with installed capacity of 243 GW.
12 August 2021 - The state must create conditions for the development of companies able to accept employees from the sectors that will be affected by the energy transition.
11 August 2021 - Serbia is under pressure to lose its energy security, said Aleksandar Vučić, adding he would not allow the country to become the biggest electricity importer.
10 August 2021 - Since the beginning of 2020, the G20 countries have committed at least USD 296 billion for fossil fuels and USD 227 billion for renewables.
09 August 2021 - Only a drastic CO2 emission cut can prevent the worst global warming scenario, but the 1.5-degree level will still be hit by 2040, IPCC said
06 August 2021 - Producers of cement, aluminium, electricity, and steel could face additional costs estimated at EUR 399-771 million in 2026.