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EU to support electric charging infrastructure for trucks

EU to support electric charging infrastructure for trucks

The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive, which is due to be revised in early 2021, will likely introduce potentially binding targets for the roll-out of electric truck charging infrastructure,... Read more

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Climate

European Green Deal: 12 things you need to know about the Just Transition Mechanism

European Green Deal: 12 things you need to know about the Just Transition Mechanism

The European Commission has revealed details of the Just Transition Fund, its first legislative proposal for its flagship economic plan to decarbonise Europe by 2050, the European Green Deal. Here's what you need to know

EU targets textiles, batteries and packaging in plan to halve waste by 2030

Politics & Law

Wiped off the map: Dismay after UK loses EEA membership

Environmental campaigners, including the father of British prime minister Boris Johnson, have expressed dismay after it emerged the European Environment Agency has removed the UK from its list of member states

Politics & Law

Commission takes action against illegal Romanian logging

The European Commission has given the Romanian government a month to respond to concerns that it is not doing enough to stop the illegal destruction of some of Europe’s last remaining ancient forests

Politics & Law

10 key things that happened this week

Catch up on the most important news stories from this week, including a call for a fund to help coal dependent regions to go green to be given 'fresh money', and a Polish proposal to scrap free EU ETS allowances for aviation

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Latest news, analysis and insights on the flagship plan to decarbonise Europe by 2050

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Infringements dashboard

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Brexit and the EU

Get the latest on the impact of the UK's departure from the bloc on environmental policymaking across the EU

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Politics & Law

Who's going to pay for Europe's Green Deal?

Who's going to pay for Europe's Green Deal?

Blog: Was this the week when the initial euphoria surrounding the European Green Deal gave way to the grim realisation that its success will largely depend on how much cold, hard cash is on the table?

Politics & Law

Interview: Is Europe's centre-right embracing environmental politics?

Interview: The European People's Party has a reputation, particularly among Greens and environmental groups, for being pro-industry at the expense of ambition in areas such as climate action, but the group's long time environment policy coordinator Peter Liese, tells ENDS Europe the two are not incompatible

Politics & Law

Blog: a look ahead to a week of budget clashes

On Monday, MEPs in the environment (ENVI) and industry and energy (ITRE) committees – including post-Brexit newcomers – will kick off the week with a two-day agenda debating an array of green issues, with key clashes expected later in the week over the EU's long-term budget

Climate

Interview: Can the EU force the oil and gas sector to clean up its act?

ENDS talks to Poppy Kalesi, global energy director at NGO Environmental Defense Fund, about the climate threat from methane leakages in the oil and gas sector, and what Brussels can do about it

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Politics & Law

‘50 actions for 2050’: von der Leyen unveils her European Green Deal

‘50 actions for 2050’: von der Leyen unveils her European Green Deal

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has promised a radical transformation of the EU economy through the European Green Deal, describing it as 'Europe’s man-on-the-moon moment'

Politics & Law

14 environmental policy and compliance deadlines to look out for in February

Important deadlines relating to chemicals labelling, restriction of hazardous substances and chemicals, plant protection products and rail freight are coming up in January and February

Climate

Bar chart race: Europe's largest CO2 emitters

Click through to view an animated chart showing how European nations have contributed to climate change since 1750

Climate

Policy briefing: the carbon border tax

A key promise made by incoming European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, a carbon border tax would protect EU industries producing goods in a less carbon intensive way than their international competitors. ENDS takes a look at what the proposal might mean in practice

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