A near-total clean energy system could be ours by 2050, along with higher employment at every stage to 2030. But the EU must set a firm 2030 renewables target to guide the transition. Read the 2012 E[R] report
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Luxembourg - European governments today issued a mandate for the European Commission to negotiate a transatlantic trade and investment agreement (TTIP) between the European Union and the United States.
Brussels – The European Commission today released a long-awaited proposal for new EU-wide nuclear safety rules. These proposals come in the wake of EU nuclear stress tests, which were prompted by the Fukushima nuclear accident of 2011. Although...
A Greenpeace International report on the health effects of coal power
Brussels – The EU will need to make an extra seven per cent saving to its carbon emissions as part of the 2030 climate action due to the failure of the its Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), according to a new report by consultancy group Ecofys.
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