The Observatory will help protect and restore world’s forests and ensure that Europeans consume deforestation-free products.
At the COP 23 of the Barcelona Convention, the contracting parties agreed on several outcomes aiming to improve the environmental state of the Mediterranean Sea.
Commission proposes ‘one substance, one assessment' chemicals assessment reform for faster, simplified and transparent processes
The Commission is adopting three legislative proposals to: streamline assessments of chemicals across EU legislation; strengthen the knowledge base on chemicals; and ensure early detection and action on emerging chemical risks.
The European Commission has adopted the 12th edition of the European List of ship recycling facilities.
Commission welcomes provisional agreement on improving classification, labelling and packaging of hazardous chemicals
While improving the functioning of the EU market regarding products containing hazardous chemicals, the new measures will better protect consumers, workers, and the environment.
The Commission welcomes the provisional agreement reached last night between the European Parliament and the Council on the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation.
The European Commission launched today an open public consultation on the evaluation of the Nitrates Directive.
The Commission has developed a new tool to map energy and environmental related data, such as energy infrastructure and renewable energy potential (biomass, solar and wind).
The provisional agreement strengthens the current provisions for emissions from industry and large intensive rearing farms.
The next cities to take over the title of the European Green Leaf in 2024 are Elsinore (Denmark) and Velenje (Slovenia). Both cities are busy preparing their title years.