Maxime Peeters, sustainability expert at the Port of Antwerp-Bruges, discusses the role ports can play in driving down Europe’s industrial emissions.
MEPs on the environment committee narrowly voted on Wednesday to endorse a proposal that would prohibit the sale of internal combustion engine cars and vans from 2035. But several measures proposed by rapporteur Jan Huitema did not make the cut – in one case thanks to a single vote.
France and Slovenia last Sunday held elections whose results are seen as pivotal for the future of the EU’s liberal values. But are they likely to change the dial when it comes to the European Green Deal?
The European Commission plans to present on Monday, 25 April, a schedule for tightening restrictions on major groups of hazardous chemicals, as promised in its Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability.
The European Parliament backed on Thursday calls for a ban on Russian energy imports in light of its invasion of Ukraine. But as the EU moves to ramp up supplies from elsewhere, does it risk losing out on a chance to end its fossil fuel dependency early?
The EPP lawmaker talks to ENDS Europe about reviving the MidCat gas pipeline in light of the war in Ukraine, the role of hydrogen in the EU energy mix and why there is ‘room for improvement’ in the green taxonomy.
Anna Cavazzini, Green MEP and chair of the internal market committee, talks to ENDS about how the European Parliament will tackle the Sustainable Products Initiative.
Judith Kirton-Darling, deputy director of trade union umbrella group IndustriALL Europe, discusses what the ‘just transition’ means – and what it doesn’t – for workers in manufacturing, mining and energy.
Emmanuel Katrakis, secretary-general of the European Recycling Industries’ Confederation, discusses sustainability by design, tackling packaging waste, and how recyclers can help usher in a circular economy.
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