The legal limit for a group of carcinogenic organic chemicals found in granules and mulches used in artificial pitches and other recreational grounds will be dramatically tightened next year under a... Read more
The European Commission presented on 16 July a communication setting out how it will seek to protect EU forests in line with its climate and biodiversity goals. Here’s what you need to know.
The European Commission’s ‘fit for 55’ package has unleashed a torrent of reactions from environmental campaigners and industry groups – ranging from high praise to harsh criticism. Here’s what you need to know.
Fossil fuels are undergoing a “rapid decline” according to a new analysis that shows CO2 emissions from the EU’s power sector plunged by 12% in the first half of the year compared to pre-pandemic levels even as demand came roaring back.
A COP15 co-chair has told negotiators to expect the biodiversity summit to take place in May 2022, as green groups have warned policymakers not to use the delay as an “excuse for inaction”.
A business alliance lobbying for effective climate action has raised concerns over biomass, carbon capture and utilisation, and a carbon tax on imports in its initial analysis of the climate proposals the European Commission tabled on 14 July.
The European Commission opened more infringement procedures relating to the environment than any other policy area last year, while more than 50 green breaches remained unresolved even after a ruling by the EU court.
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Eurogas president Didier Holleaux speaks to ENDS about the gas industry’s plans for carbon neutrality, the controversy over ‘blue’ hydrogen, and why the EU should not scrap its gas infrastructure.
Following catastrophic flooding in Germany and Belgium last week, Europe’s attention has turned once again to the rapidly growing threat of extreme weather amplified by climate change. But is it doing enough to adapt?
Amid the ‘legislative tsunami’ of the European Commission’s fit for 55 package, MEPs are preparing to do battle over who will have responsibility for shepherding the big files through the European Parliament.
ENDS speaks to Sandrine Dixson-Declève, the Club of Rome’s co-president, about the mainstreaming of green issues, and a dangerous disconnect between what politicians say and what they are actually prepared to do.
UPDATED: Details of more than 90 new infringements have been added to the ENDS Europe Infringements Dashboard, an interactive online tool to help you keep up to date with essential information on environmental infringement proceedings.
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