Existing installations will have 4 years to comply with stricter environmental norms, while new installations will have to comply immediately
Last night, the winners of the European Green Capital and Leaf 2024 Awards were announced at a ceremony in Grenoble, France, this year’s European Green Capital.
Increasing uptake of electric vehicles across Europe will impact energy demand as electricity supply transitions towards renewable sources.
Levels of chemical pollution vary over time as new substances are brought into use and, in some cases, restricted or prohibited.
Beech is one of the most ecologically and economically valuable tree species in Europe.
Understanding of the broader context is important for small and medium-sized enterprises transitioning to circular economy
Models for adopting a circular economy are largely aimed at large corporations.
On 26 October, the European Commission proposed stronger rules on ambient air, surface and groundwater pollutants, and treatment of urban wastewater.
Today the Commission proposed stronger rules on ambient air, surface and groundwater pollutants, and treatment of urban wastewater.
Commission secures ambitious EU negotiating mandate for the COP27 on Climate and COP15 on Biodiversity
At yesterday's Environment Council in Luxembourg, the Commission secured an ambitious negotiating mandate for the upcoming COP27 Climate Conference in November and the COP15 Biodiversity Conference in December.
Europeans are worried about the effect of air pollution on health and the environment, according to a special Eurobarometer survey published today.