While Europe’s automotive industry is set to undergo “massive employment transitions” as it switches to electric models, the number of total jobs in the sector should remain relatively stable,... Read more
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Conservative and progressive MEPs expressed stark differences over the European Commission’s proposal to eliminate CO2 emissions from new cars and vans by 2035 in a meeting on Monday, as a top official dismissed the case for promoting low-carbon fuels in the sector.
Green group Transport & Environment has hit out at Europe’s automakers over what it sees as a “misleading” attempt to weaken recommended emissions standards for trucks and cars.
The €1.7bn plan to expand Barcelona airport has been cancelled following disagreement between the Spanish and Catalan governments, while Portugal’s state prosecutor has called for the environmental impact of the €1.15bn Lisbon airport expansion scheme to be re-evaluated.
A lack of production capacity for sustainable aviation fuel is emerging as a potential bottleneck ahead of the European Commission’s proposed 2025 introduction of an EU-wide blending requirement.
Almost a third of Euro VI trucks in Spain, those supposed to conform to the latest EU limits, exceed permitted levels of NOx emissions according to a remote sensing study of tailpipe emissions carried out with police cooperation in Madrid and Barcelona.
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This is an exciting opportunity to join our Industry Regulation Team in South West Wales.
The National Hydrometry & Telemetry Team sets the strategy, procedures, ways of working and evidence needs, as well as managing & developing systems for hydrometry and telemetry within Wales.
As a passionate environmentalist you can make a positive impact across our district. The position will lead the Council’s ISO14001 activities, ensure compliance with environmental permits issued to our local businesses, respond to planning applications and play a part in our carbon reduction plans.
This is a fantastic opportunity to apply for the Industry Regulation Team Leader roles in South East Wales and South Central Wales on a permanent basis. Both roles are currently vacant, so if you have a preference then please state this in your application.