In the third instalment of ENDS’ three-part series, Simon Pickstone takes a look at the key issues we can expect to see in the European Commission’s proposals for a carbon border tax, an expanded... Read more
In part two of ENDS’ three-part series on the ‘fit for 55’ package, Robert Hodgson examines four key files covering renewable energy and energy efficiency, emissions not covered by the EU carbon market, and land use and forestry.
In the first instalment of a three-part series on the eagerly awaited ‘fit for 55’ package, ENDS takes a look at what to expect from the files linked to decarbonising transport.
In a plenary vote on Thursday, MEPs gave final approval to the EU’s goal of reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, as the Green group warned the target was not enough to keep climate change in check.
Since January, all newly built homes and commercial real estate must be near-zero-energy buildings, but a wide variation in standards applied from country to country is undermining EU climate goals, says the Buildings Performance Institute Europe.
Biological pest control could be a key enabler of the European Green Deal by reducing the risks of soil and water pollution from farming, and cutting its impact on human health, a recent report has said.
An expert panel of lawyers has published a draft definition of ecocide they hope will one day be listed as an international crime.
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The EU’s environmental footprint beyond its borders was brought into the spotlight this week as a group of NGOs showed how wood harvested from old-growth forests in the Ukrainian Carpathians reaches the EU through legal channels.
Andrej Vizjak, Slovenia’s minister for environment and spatial planning, speaks to ENDS about his government’s green agenda as it prepares to take over the rotating presidency of the EU Council.
With US president Joe Biden set to come to Brussels next week, campaigners are hoping for more than just warm words on climate action, as the head of the UN warns we are nearing the point of no return.
Anne-Sofie Bäckar, executive director of advocacy group ChemSec, talks to ENDS about “disturbing” discrepancies in EU chemicals data, tackling the PFAS threat, and what it will take to make good on the promises of the European Green Deal.
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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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Thanks to a large grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NHLF), the Cotswold Canals Connected project is almost ready to roll.
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