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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The European Commission opened more infringement procedures relating to the environment than any other policy area last year, while more than 50 green breaches remained unresolved even after a ruling by the EU court.
The European Commission's proposal for a carbon border adjustment mechanism should increase the number of countries committed to cooperating on slashing their greenhouse gas emissions, an online event has heard.
MEPs have joined the Polish and Ukrainian governments in condemning a deal struck between Germany and the US that will allow the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to be completed.
Rejecting the European Commission’s controversial proposal for a standalone emissions trading system for road transport and buildings would mean more stringent CO2 cuts elsewhere and no social adjustment fund, president Ursula von der Leyen has said.
Shell’s decision to appeal a Dutch court’s landmark order to nearly half its total CO2 emissions by 2030 has been branded as a waste of time by the climate campaigners behind the legal case.
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