The EU’s liquified natural gas imports reached record levels in the first half of 2022, shipping analysts have found, with unprecedented deliveries from Russia despite EU efforts to wean itself off... Read more
Rainwater contains ‘forever chemicals’ in concentrations that exceed safety standards all over the world, a new study shows.
Amid a summer of heat waves and droughts, Italian scientists have called on political parties to put the climate crisis on top of the agenda ahead of the elections in September.
The European Commission has issued guidance on how to reuse treated waste water in farming, as an increasing number of member states grapple with drought.
A planned carbon border tax could help EU countries support existing industries while creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs in other parts of the economy, according to a new study.
The European Commission has floated the idea of requiring soil quality assessments for land sales and a passport system for excavated earth as part of measures to improve soil health in the EU.
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As the European Commission prepares its ‘winter preparedness’ plan for possible gas shortages, member states are ramping up measures to ease the burden of rising prices on citizens. Some are greener than others.
The partial collapse of the Punta Rocca glacier in the Italian Alps, which last Sunday caused the death of at least 10 people with two more still missing at the time of writing, has been explicitly attributed to climate change.
Laura Cozzi, the head of the International Energy Agency’s energy modelling team, talks about the overlooked ways the EU can slash greenhouse gas emissions and boost its energy security.
Forest sector groups appear to have successfully rallied single-minded Nordic member states behind efforts to water down the EU Council’s negotiating position on a raft of climate and energy files.
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