Menu

Search ENDS Europe

Results 1–15 of 1,758
  1. <
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. >
    • Nature

    Hi-tech crop breeding 'exempt from GMO rules'

    The EU Genetically Modified Organisms Directive was never intended to apply to plant strains produced by mutagenesis, a European court official indicated on Thursday ..
    News
    • Energy

    Commission warns MEPs against bioenergy restrictions

    It would be impractical and unnecessary for the EU to ban the burning of whole trees as a renewable fuel source, climate and energy commissioner ..
    News
    • Energy,Transport

    EU backs renewable gas transport project in Ireland

    Ireland’s gas grid operator and research institute NUI Galway have secured EU funding for a renewable gas-based project to lead what they call a “transport ..
    News
    • Energy,Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    RED II proposal favours incineration over recycling

    Current EU renewable energy policy encourages incineration instead of recycling by offering financial incentives for generating energy from residual waste ..
    Comment
    • Climate,Energy

    Greens see bioenergy as weak point in RED II reforms

    Current proposals on bioenergy threaten the EU’s ability to meet its international commitments to cut CO2 emissions, Green MEPs warned on Tuesday, a week ahead ..
    News
    • Energy,Transport

    EU governments settle for 27% renewables target

    Energy ministers agreed on Monday after gruelling talks that the EU should derive at least 27% of its energy from sustainable sources by 2030 ..
    News
    • General Policy

    Final warnings for 2017 issued over EU law breaches

    There were no referrals to the Court of Justice of the EU for breaches of environmental directives in the European Commission's final package of infringement ..
    News
    • Chemicals

    Greens head to court over EU glyphosate licence

    The Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament is seeking cross-party support to launch an appeal at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) against the recent ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Nature

    NGOs launch legal actions over glyphosate safety

    The European Food Safety Authority has rejected allegations of fraud and wilfully endangering the public after glyphosate campaigners launched legal bids in five European states ..
    News
    • Climate

    EU court advisor dismisses Poland’s ETS case

    An advisor to the EU court argued on Thursday that Poland’s attempt to delay the planned fix for the EU’s emissions trading scheme is wholly ..
    News
    • Climate,Energy

    MEPs back 35% renewables target for 2030

    The European Parliament’s industry and energy committee agreed on Tuesday that 35% of energy consumed in the EU should come from renewable sources by 2030 ..
    News
    • Nature

    Poland could face €100k/day fine over illegal logging

    The EU Court of Justice (ECJ) has threatened Poland with a daily penalty of €100,000 if it fails to comply with an injunction to halt ..
    News
    • General Policy

    MEPs seek clampdown on EU nature rules flouting

    The European Parliament has called for a recently launched process for the biannual review of national compliance with EU environmental law to be improved amid ..
    News
    • Nature

    MEPs demand law on access to judicial review

    The European Parliament has called on the EU executive to table legislation on “minimum standards for access to judicial review of environmental policy” and a ..
    News
    • Climate,Markets & Corporate,COP23: call to action

    Climate lawsuits threat hanging over EU entities

    Governments in Europe look likely to face additional lawsuits citing weak action on climate change, and big CO2 emitting companies are also likely to be ..
    Analysis
  1. <
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. >
Back to top Back to top