European Commission — latest ecology news
Part of the eco-community considers such progress to be insufficient, and part of it to be a failure
The European Commission will once again assess Ukraine's efforts on the way to the EU. Will the result be better?
The European Commission proposes to limit methane emissions during the import of fossil fuels
Šefčovych and Hukstra pledged to support a 90% reduction in emissions by 2040, the lowest target
Timmermans has played a significant role in climate conferences and strengthening environmental goals
About 59 million tons of food worth €132 billion are thrown away in the EU every year
The new rules will apply to domestic producers and importers
CBAM will have far-reaching impacts on global trade and the broader energy transition
This will allow companies not to disclose entire parts of their reporting
Applications can be submitted by July 31st.
The delay will increase pressure on Ursula von der Leyen's European Commission, as she must have time to implement her green agenda before the end of her mandate.
Energy conservation and energy independence have become even more important and relevant