An international scheme designed to address the aviation industry’s climate impact is set to begin its pilot phase next year after members of the International Civil Aviation Organization agreed on... Read more
In Brussels this week: the EU stands accused of hastening the demise of an endangered whale, the battle over ‘clean hydrogen’ rages on, and Hungary makes western Europe a climate action offer it can only refuse.
Campaigners have attacked a government body tasked with deciding how and when the Czech coal industry should end.
Plans to phase out or considerably alter a key EU law requiring member states to cut greenhouse gases in sectors outside the emissions trading system risk undermining the net-zero transition, green groups have warned.
The EU’s Court of Auditors has found that the bloc’s framework for marine conservation has proven to be inadequate, and warned that member states need to be more diligent.
The German government’s plans to compensate hard coal power plants that shut down early to meet its climate objectives have been given the green light by the European Commission.
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The EU will need a lot more windmills and solar farms as it ramps up its renewable power production – and that means more metals, says Guy Thiran, director general of trade association Eurometaux.
Blog: CAP ire continues, the rise of the EU’s Atlantis and the European Parliament’s eternal question
What does a sunken Ice Age island have to do with the EU’s renewable energy targets? And has the European Commission finally managed to put an end to its beef with member states over the CAP? Robert Hodgson investigates.
The EU’s first climate commissioner Connie Hedegaard talks to ENDS about her return to the Brussels bubble, why COP15 was not the failure many think it was and why the EU should hurry up and agree on a 55% emissions cut.
Pekka Pesonen, head of the EU’s powerful agriculture lobby group COPA-COGECA, talks to ENDS about the Common Agricultural Policy, Brexit and the prospect of Biden in the White House.
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