The removal of just a few thousand of the million or so dams, weirs and other barriers across Europe’s rivers could restore as much as 50,000km of free-flowing waterways across the continent,... Read more
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Europe could cut its dependence on imported critical raw materials by overhauling rules governing waste electrical equipment and ecodesign, an EU-funded project has concluded.
Adding a carbon footprint to consumer products using a system similar to EU energy labelling would be a “good idea”, a German minister said on Tuesday at the launch of a report suggesting zero-carbon materials would not substantially increase the cost of cars or buildings.
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