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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The Democratic Republic of Congo's logging sector is in a state of “organised chaos” according to a new report from Greenpeace Africa, threatening to cut off trading with the European Union (EU), the world’s largest timber market. A new...
A briefing sheet on the myths and realities of car emissions in Europe since 2007.
Brussels – EU fisheries ministers have agreed a proposal for limited restrictions on discards - the practice of throwing unwanted dead fish overboard. The Irish EU presidency will now have to negotiate a full reform of fisheries policy with the...
Brussels – EU fisheries ministers are heading into a long night of negotiations as they clash over measures to ban fish discards (the wasteful practice of throwing unwanted fish overboard). The differences voiced during a public debate this...
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