Environmental groups have called for the intervention of the European Commission after an Italian company was caught illegally dumping municipal waste in Tunisia, with the government in Rome failing... Read more
Marjan Minnesma, the director of Urgenda, talks to ENDS about the green group’s historic legal victory over the Dutch government’s climate plans and why similar challenges are unlikely to succeed in other areas of green policy.
The European Commission’s health and food safety directorate-general has been accused of running a “secretive” and “industry-dominated” consultation on the future of genetically modified organisms.
Shipping firms have joined forces with the clean transport campaigners to call on the European Commission to promote the use of green hydrogen and ammonia in a forthcoming review of rules on maritime fuels.
COP26 president Alok Sharma has warned that the world’s plans for short-term emissions cuts are well below what is needed to keep global warming below two degrees, following a sobering UN report on national pledges published last week.
A raft of industry groups has called for the EU to set a concrete target for renewable energy to cover half of all heating and cooling in Europe by 2030, as the European Commission prepares to table legislation in the summer in line with the new net 55% emissions reduction target.
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‘Climate assemblies’ have sprung up across Europe to recommend policies for governments keen to bring extra credibility to their climate change agenda. But in France, many have become disillusioned with the process. Can they be more than democratic window dressing?
Former top European Commission official Peter Vis tells ENDS why the EU risks moving too fast on its plans for a carbon border tax, what to look out for in the ‘fit for 55’ programme and life beyond the Brussels bubble.
Member states and MEPs signed off this week on the major component of the EU covid-recovery programme, there are still questions over whether it is big enough – or green enough. Robert Hodgson investigates.
Emily O’Reilly, the European Ombudsman, talks to ENDS about BlackRock, bees and shedding light on the dark arts of EU deal brokering.
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With MEPs and agriculture ministers coming under fire from green campaigners over their positions on a reformed Common Agriculture Policy. Here’s what is at stake for the environment.
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