The Belgian government should have conducted a full environmental impact assessment before legislating to upgrade and continue operating two nuclear reactors that were slated for ..
News 30 Jul 2019
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Iceland’s four largest emitters of carbon dioxide will explore a technique for capturing and permanently locking away the gas in basalt rock as part of ..
News 24 Jun 2019
- Waste & Resources,Pollution
Technical rules on waste incineration could end up allowing operators to escape tighter emissions limits by adding biomass waste to their fuel mix, the European ..
News 14 Jun 2019
- Climate,EU's Circular Economy
Even the most energy intensive industries in Europe can cut net greenhouse gas emissions to zero by mid-century without ruining their competitiveness, according to a ..
News 25 Apr 2019
The European Parliament has given its backing to a provisional agreement on the EU’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme, which will include a sharper ..
News 17 Apr 2019
The cement sector has barely made any progress on reducing its total carbon emissions in part because of a lack of clear policies to promote ..
News 12 Apr 2019
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Environmental organisations are calling on EU governments to prepare a climate plan for energy intensive industries, as EU ministers begin talks on the EU’s long-term ..
News 15 Feb 2019
Environmental groups have attacked proposals to use EU funding for a waste-burning plant in Bulgaria they say does not comply with the requirements of the ..
News 4 Dec 2018
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Voluntary certification schemes designed to guide consumers towards environmentally-sustainable choices are of limited benefit and could actually hide damaging commercial practices, a new report found ..
News 3 May 2018
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