Delays to budget talks jeopardise EU-funded projects, MEPs warn
Raquel Guerra, 10 Oct 2019
The European Commission must produce contingency plans to support EU-funded projects while negotiations over the next long-term budget are on hold, according to MEPs
Dombrovskis: Climate action will boost Europe’s GDP
Raquel Guerra, 8 Oct 2019
The European Commission’s incoming economy chief Valdis Dombrovskis appeared on Tuesday to have passed his confirmatory hearing before the European Parliament
Second Spanish power company to end coal use, citing ETS impact
Richard Weyndling, 1 Oct 2019
Electricity generator Endesa last Friday announced it would end coal-fired generation in Spain because of commodity prices and the impact of 'mechanisms regulating the market in CO2 emissions'
UN agency calls for 'Global Green New Deal'
Robert Hodgson, 26 Sep 2019
World leaders must find the political will to 'change the rules of the international economic game' to tackle the environmental and climate emergency effectively, according to a UN agency
Member states divided over nuclear in green taxonomy
Raquel Guerra, 24 Sep 2019
The Finnish presidency of the EU Council will attempt to make progress on the ‘green taxonomy’ file for sustainable economic activity by bypassing the issue of nuclear energy at a meeting on Wednesday
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