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.
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?
Amid the ‘legislative tsunami’ of the European Commission’s fit for 55 package, MEPs are preparing to do battle over who will have responsibility for shepherding the big files through the European Parliament.
Brussels is gearing up for the unveiling of the massive ‘fit for 55’ regulatory package next week – as political wrangling grows over percentages and dates – but national capitals may be starting to fret more about losing revenue and budgetary control.
Slovenia has set to work on a bulging portfolio of green files, but its presidency got off to a stormy start when a row erupted between its populist prime minister and the European Commission’s most senior environmental official.
The European Commission’s director-general for climate action, Raffaele Mauro Petriccione, speaks to ENDS in a wide-ranging interview about the mammoth package of green proposals in the ‘fit for 55’ package, why he is sceptical about CCS and what the future holds for fossil gas.
ENDS speaks to Sandrine Dixson-Declève, the Club of Rome’s co-president, about the mainstreaming of green issues, and a dangerous disconnect between what politicians say and what they are actually prepared to do.
Professor Shanna Swan made international headlines by linking chemicals in plastics and pesticides to tumbling fertility rates. She talks to ENDS about the threat everyday chemicals pose to the future of the human race.
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.
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