Environmental law group ClientEarth is taking the Belgian central bank to court over its support for fossil fuel companies as part of a European Central Bank asset purchasing programme.
The chair of the European Parliament’s environment committee is pushing negotiators to accept the EU Council’s offer of a 52.8% emissions reduction target by 2030, German MEP Michael Bloss claimed on... Read more
Dr. Arnd Köfler, chief technical officer at industrial giant ThyssenKrupp Steel, tells ENDS about his company’s plans to make steel with hydrogen, the prospect of a ‘green recovery’ and why a carbon border tax comes with a sting in the tail.
The European Environment Agency (EEA) has given its seal of approval to nature-based techniques for adapting to climate change, but says the EU should do more to encourage high-quality projects and develop a coherent set of principles.
The EU’s top court has rejected an attempt by the Dutch government to overturn a ban on electric pulse fishing, stating that there is no obligation to approve new techniques on the basis that they are innovative.
EU demand for soy, palm oil and beef has driven the clearance of millions of hectares of tropical habitat since 2005, according to a new study by green group WWF.
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The European Environment Agency confirmed on Wednesday that trains have a lower carbon footprint than planes and cars, and are the “most sensible mode of travel” considering climate change. But what about the impacts of railways’ construction?
Infertility is on the rise in the western world after decades of exposure to harmful chemicals, according to a sobering new book. What will it take to avert disaster?
Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, secretary general of Hydrogen Europe, tells ENDS about the group’s five-year journey from ‘a science fiction club’ to a major EU player, and why the bloc should not dismiss hydrogen from fossil fuels.
With Brussels still in lockdown a year on from the official declaration of the coronavirus pandemic, it is easy to feel like nothing has changed. But as John Kerry’s visit this week showed, the mood among climate diplomats could hardly be more different.
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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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