The ENDS Europe Infringements Dashboard

The ENDS Europe Infringements Dashboard

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Politics & Law

Environment top source of infringement cases, commission says

The European Commission last year opened the most number of legal cases against member states for breaking environmental rules than for any other EU policy area, according to official figures

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Commission and member states must halt ‘environmental crime spree’, say campaigners

The European Commission and national governments must do more to tackle environmental crime across the continent, a green group has warned, if they are to live up to the pledges of the European Green Deal

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Commission takes action against illegal Romanian logging

The European Commission has given the Romanian government a month to respond to concerns that it is not doing enough to stop the illegal destruction of some of Europe’s last remaining ancient forests

Politics & Law

Forest campaigners seek EU action over Swedish logging

Campaigners and scientists have urged the Swedish government to scrap plans to increase logging and relax rules designed to protect key woodland habitats, while warning of possible EU legal action for breaches of nature laws

Politics & Law

ECJ fines Ireland €5m for lack of wind farm impact assessment

The European Court of Justice has handed a €5m fine to Ireland for failing to ensure that a wind farm had an environment impact assessment, six years after construction started

France found guilty of breaching Europe’s NO2 rules

The European Court of Justice has ruled that France 'systematically and persistently' breached legal nitrogen dioxide limits across 12 urban areas

Climate

EU must be ‘technologically neutral’ in green finance push

A Commission proposal to create a list of environmentally sustainable investments could end up excluding technologies such as nuclear power, carbon capture and biofuels, warn industry stakeholders

Air

EC takes Italy to court for failing to tackle air pollution

The European Commission announced on Thursday it would refer Italy to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) for failing to cut air pollution in 10 urban areas home to seven million people

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