ENDS looks at upcoming proposals from the European Commission to protect Europe’s forests, and what they could mean for the booming bioenergy sector.
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A key promise made by incoming European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, a carbon border tax would protect EU industries producing goods in a less carbon intensive way than their international competitors. ENDS takes a look at what the proposal might mean in practice
Member states and representatives of the European Parliament agreed in December on a range of measures to tackle pollution from single-use plastics that are expected to come into force in 2021. ENDS takes a detailed look at what the new measures mean
New EU directives setting binding requirements and strict rules on waste management entered into force on 4 July. Here, ENDS takes a detailed look at what the new rules mean in practice
Important deadlines relating to chemicals labelling, restriction of hazardous substances and chemicals, safety on ships, and the recast Electricity Directive are coming up in December
Important deadlines relating to ecodesign requirements, transport and chemicals restrictions are coming up in November and early December
France’s top administrative court has handed down a €10m fine to the French government after finding several urban areas remain dangerously polluted.
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”.
A business alliance lobbying for effective climate action has raised concerns over biomass, carbon capture and utilisation, and a carbon tax on imports in its initial analysis of the climate proposals the European Commission tabled on 14 July.
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