European governments have agreed to withdraw EU approval for the widely used organic fungicide mancozeb, among the most commonly applied arable crop pesticides of any kind, after a qualified majority... Read more
Interview: The Greens’ first Polish MEP talks about the coal phase-out, political independence and the veggie sausage ban
MEP Sylwia Spurek speaks to ENDS about switching from the S&D to the Greens, the prospects for the green movement in Europe’s coal heartlands and the European Parliament’s infamous proposal for a veggie sausage ban
A 'watch list' mechanism to monitor the presence of endocrine disruptors, pharmaceuticals and microplastics in drinking water moved a step closer to activation on Friday as the EU Council adopted reforms to the Drinking Water Directive previously agreed with MEPs.
Members of the European Parliament have called on the European Commission to withdraw from the ‘outdated’ Energy Charter Treaty if talks to reform it fail to bring it in line with the Paris Agreement.
Environment ministers have finalised their negotiating position on all aspects of the European Climate Law proposal except the enhanced 2030 emissions reduction target, which will return to the heads of government at the European Council in December.
The European Commission must propose rules forcing companies to ensure the products they import into the EU are not linked to global deforestation, MEPs agreed on Thursday as they adopted a parliamentary report calling on the executive to act.
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Was this the week when the aspirations enveloped by the green deal came up against the stone wall of vested interests and realpolitik? Robert Hodgson reports
With the coronavirus pandemic resurging across Europe, and the threat of fresh lockdowns looming, what will it take to keep plans for the European Year of Rail in 2021 on track? Richard Weyndling investigates
The European Parliament endorsed proposals to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60% by 2030, from 1990s levels. But the amendment only made it through thanks to a small number of centre-right MEPs. Robert Hodgson explains
Will Martindale, director of policy and research at the UN-backed Principles for Responsible Investment, speaks to ENDS about the role private investors have to play in the EU’s climate goals and how green investment can finally become the norm
Important deadlines relating to chemicals labelling, restriction of hazardous substances and chemicals, plant protection products and rail freight are coming up in January and February
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A key promise made by incoming European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, a carbon border tax would protect EU industries producing goods in a less carbon intensive way than their international competitors. ENDS takes a look at what the proposal might mean in practice
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