The success of the World Conservation Congress in Marseilles must embolden the European Commission to deliver ambitious proposals for nature restoration in December, IUCN’s European policy director... Read more
As a new report highlighted the meat industry’s massive environmental footprint, a parliamentary committee gave its approval to the EU’s agricultural subsidy scheme that critics warn will only worsen the problem. How can the bloc move towards a more sustainable food model?
With the summer recess over, the Brussels bubble now looks ahead to a busy autumn, with another huge dossier of legislative proposals expected in December. Here’s what to look out for.
Following catastrophic flooding in Germany and Belgium last week, Europe’s attention has turned once again to the rapidly growing threat of extreme weather amplified by climate change. But is it doing enough to adapt?
Monique Goyens, director general of the European Consumer Organisation, speaks to ENDS Europe about the Fit for 55 package and the fight against toxic chemicals in food packaging.
Dr Douglas Maraun, one of the lead authors of the IPCC’s sixth assessment report, speaks to ENDS about how scientists are gaining a better understanding of the regional consequences of climate change, possible ‘tipping points’, and the centuries-long impacts that await.
Dr Rolph Payet, executive secretary for the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions, speaks to ENDS about the impact of the covid crisis on international cooperation, the threat of ‘forever chemicals’ PFAS, and the prospect of a new treaty on plastic waste.
Eurogas president Didier Holleaux speaks to ENDS about the gas industry’s plans for carbon neutrality, the controversy over ‘blue’ hydrogen, and why the EU should not scrap its gas infrastructure.
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Lithuanian, 28 years old, minister for economy and innovation since 2017, Virginijus Sinkevicius has been appointed European Commissioner for Environment and Oceans
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