The 12th anniversary of the declaration of slavery as a crime against humanity; Hollande's refusal to pay slavery reparations; the escalation of the Syrian civil war; and a new trend ...
Though it has parks and gardens, Paris is a city of stone and concrete. As the metropolitan area grows, it is encroaching on agricultural land.
A cargo of radioactive fuel was ready to leave France for Japan on Wednesday after arriving in the Channel port of Cherbourg overnight.
Three police officers and one protester were injured in clashes at the controversial site of a planned airport near the western French city of Nantes on Monday morning.
A new study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters reveals that 30 per cent of the carbon associated with deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon between 2000 and 2010 was ...
A common component of plastic bottles and other products, Bisphenol A (BPA), can endanger unborn children, according to France’s food safety agency.
Today is World Water Day and to celebrate it one school in Paris, the
Environmentalists around the world welcomed France's 2001 ban on hydraulic fracturing, the process of extracting gas and oil from shale rock underground more commonly known as fracking.
In 2011 France banned fracking (hydraulic fracturing), the process of extracting gas and oil from shale rock deep underground.
Thousands of people formed a human chain in Paris on Saturday - the second anniversary of Japan's Fukushima disaster - to oppose nuclear power, which provides most of France's energy.