European lawmakers must resist pressure from the fossil fuel, waste incineration and nuclear industries to water down draft EU criteria for green investments, over 50 ..
News 16 Sep 2019
The head of the European Parliament's fisheries committee has pledged to address the issue of widespread government failure to manage marine protected areas ..
News 11 Sep 2019
Hydropower could become an increasingly important provider of flexibility and storage in a European power system increasingly dominated by renewables ..
News 10 Sep 2019
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- Waste & Resources,Products
A decision by the Danish government to ban ‘non-stick’ chemicals associated with health and environmental risks from paper food packaging has prompted green groups to ..
News 4 Sep 2019
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- Waste & Resources,Pollution,Nature
A growing body of scientific evidence suggests persistent, mobile, toxic chemicals “pose a great risk” to water sources, the water industry body EurEau has warned ..
News 2 Sep 2019
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- Climate,General Policy,Nature
Document Watch 15 Aug 2019 External Content
The “economic heart” of Europe will suffer the growing impacts of floods linked to climate change both directly and indirectly through its trading partners, new ..
News 15 Aug 2019
- Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging
Germany’s environment ministry has unveiled plans to force the producers of disposable plastic packaging to help foot the bill for waste clean up, in line ..
News 13 Aug 2019