Long a well-kept secret, the archipelago of Socotra is one of the most biodiverse on earth. But the Emirates have other plans for its main island, with which it has long cultivated ties.
Commonly used schemes such as the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, B Corp certifications and the Global Reporting Initiative fail to hold businesses accountable on their green targets.
Children are not equipped to deal with the information overload that comes from using digital devices
By attempting to make themselves less vulnerable to the whims of the weather system, French ski resorts may have replaced one dependency with another.
The curious case of the Danish spy chief and former minister may be over, but key questions about secrecy and democracy remain.
Pedro Sánchez faces a series of challenges after his party’s controversial investiture.
Anti-SLAPP legislation is being drawn up to protect journalists from being hounded out of reporting on corruption – but agreeing on key definitions is proving difficult.
Do extreme-sport athletes and explorers have personality traits in common that help them adapt to difficult and surprising conditions?
Extremists are not ‘capturing’ our systems – they are part of them.
The controversial Dutch politician has won the most seats in parliament, but may still find it expedient to be the junior partner in a coalition government
Europe’s radical right and radical left share a distaste for the status quo – but while one turns disquiet into votes, the other fails to make an impact.
Two EU-funded projects are looking at high-tech solutions that could transform honeybee colonies into bio-hybrid entities.
Deceptive content on social media is being monetised by digital platforms, advertisers, and influencers
The UN has officially recognised children’s right to be protected against climate change.
Nationalist parties are the most likely to be found dreaming of a glorious past in their campaign literature, especially in central and eastern Europe.
Unless the EU itself reforms, Ukraine’s membership would make it one of the biggest beneficiary of the bloc’s budget.
Relax: keeping your sense of humour and taking regular breaks will go a long way in helping you land a job.
Many mountain lakes in the Pyrenees have turned green, a phenomenon that is a warning about the multiple pressures on ecosystems.
Pedro Sánchez is offering Catalan separatist Carles Puigdemont amnesty for his role in illegal independence referendums in 2014 and 2017.
Lord Byron’s drank vinegar for weight loss, with catastrophic health effects. His eating disorders were reflected across 18th century Europe.