Climate change

Thalassini Douma | Athens | To June 18

Photographer Thalassini Douma sounds the alarm about climate change with a show at the Herakleidon Museum (, curated by marine biologist Nina Fragopoulou and art historian Manolis Karterakis. "Below Sea Level" is the result of an expedition to the Dead Sea, a special marine ecosystem where the effects of human intervention and global warming are seen in stark relief. 

EU countries approve 2035 phaseout of CO2-emitting cars

European Union countries gave final approval on Tuesday to a landmark law to end sales of new CO2-emitting cars in 2035, after Germany won an exemption for cars running on e-fuels.

The approval from EU countries' energy ministers means Europe's main climate policy for cars can now enter into force - after weeks of delay caused by last-minute opposition from Germany.

Scientists released a "survival guide": Disaster inevitable?

Clean energy and technology can be exploited to avoid the growing climate disaster, the report says.
But at a meeting in Switzerland to agree their findings, climate scientists warned a key global temperature goal will likely be missed.
Their report lays out how rapid cuts to fossil fuels can avert the worst effects of climate change.