Long-standing confusion and controversy surrounding plans for the storage of high-level waste from Spain’s nuclear plants have increased after the government announced a tender to build localised... Read more
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The European Commission’s targets to cut the environmental impact of farming are feasible, but may come with “trade-offs in terms of production levels and leakage”, according to a new assessment by its in-house experts.
The European Commission has published guidance to help project developers to ‘climate proof’ infrastructure, as promised in this year’s Adaptation Strategy, while Italy, Greece and Turkey battle raging forest fires.
Fossil fuels are undergoing a “rapid decline” according to a new analysis that shows CO2 emissions from the EU’s power sector plunged by 12% in the first half of the year compared to pre-pandemic levels even as demand came roaring back.
The legal limit for a group of carcinogenic organic chemicals found in granules and mulches used in artificial pitches and other recreational grounds will be dramatically tightened next year under a new EU regulation.
A COP15 co-chair has told negotiators to expect the biodiversity summit to take place in May 2022, as green groups have warned policymakers not to use the delay as an “excuse for inaction”.
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COVID-19: What does a career in environmental research now look like?
Our partners at the IES are running a forum on the impact of COVID-19 on environmental research funding on Thursday 17 September. Join the forum to hear from leading organisations including NERC and the universities of Bangor and Southampton. Register today and be part of the discussion.
The European Commission presented on 16 July a communication setting out how it will seek to protect EU forests in line with its climate and biodiversity goals. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
After last week’s unveiling of the European Commission’s ‘fit for 55’ package, ENDS delves into the proposals aimed at transport emissions.
The team forms the basis of a partnership bringing together over 50 stakeholders throughout Wales to promote a collaborative & co-ordinated approach to tackling this important issue.
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The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) is a new public body, being established with the principal objective of contributing to environmental protection...
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