Deadlier than Covid, or even rivalling cancer? Researchers have been increasingly attempting to calculate the effect climate change will have on health if the world does not act quickly to reduce carbon emissions.
If nothing is done, heatwaves could lead to the deaths of 90,000 Europeans each year by the end of the century, according to a warning from the European Environment Agency
October morning temperatures topping 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in Spain may have brought cheer to the tourists, but they are provoking concern among environmentalists
As much of Europe bakes in a third heatwave since June, fears are growing that extreme drought driven by climate change in the continent's breadbasket nations will dent stable crop yields and deepen the cost-of-living crisis.
The fires that have torched through Europe are on course to make 2022 a record year for forest loss on the continent, as scientists warn climate change is already contributing to ever fiercer blazes.
With Europe's electric car owners wondering whether to risk taking their vehicles for long journeys, AFP investigates the pitfalls and joys of long-distance emissions-free motoring
Sceptics say the environmental benefits of electric cars are exaggerated despite studies showing that battery-powered vehicles cause fewer harmful greenhouse gas overall than their petrol-driven ancestors
Countries have until the end of 2022 to ensure their climate commitments meet the Paris agreement's cap on global warming. But who will check that their promises really do stack up?
The three parties forming Germany's next government have presented their coalition agreement which touches on issues from climate protection, foreign policy and cannabis. What are their plans?