Commissioner Sinkevičius argues that the world must come together and find a joint set of solutions if it is to win the fight against climate change, pollution and the destruction of nature.
In this episode of 'The Road to Green', Euronews asks if we can consume without creating problems for forests, what chocolate has to do with deforestation and if you can eat chocolate and still enjoy the benefits of forests.
Environment ministers from around the world meet in Nairobi on Monday to propose inclusive and sustainable multilateral action to tackle the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution.
Money is expected to be mobilised from other EU sources, including agricultural, structural, regional and research funds, as well as from national governments and private sector investment.
Bulgaria’s first EU Ecolabel cosmetic product - sustainable packaging, sustainable new formula
Severe and prolonged drought events have affected Europe for more than two years and northern Africa for six years, causing water shortages and hampering vegetation growth.
The new law will align 2030 EU air quality standards more closely with the WHO global air quality guidelines.
The Commission and the European External Action service have launched the second edition of its #ForOurPlanet campaign, taking place from 19 February until 31 March.
The deal means that the last intentional remaining uses of the harmful chemical will be prohibited, for example, in dental amalgam.
An example where Green Capitals can contribute with their expertise and achieve more visibility is the yearly COP conference.