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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On 5 February the Commission releases its five year review of the REACH chemicals law. Greenpeace has prepared a briefing to explain the REACH process and consider what opportunities there are for improving it.
Brussels – The European Commission will today ask EU member state representatives to consider imposing restrictions on certain pesticides because of their harmful effects on bees. Greenpeace welcomes the move by the Commission, which follows the...
Brussels – Media reports have quoted a Commission spokesperson declaring that EU approvals of new GM crops are unlikely soon , but denying that the authorisation process was frozen .
Brussels – Europe can effectively replace oil with renewable energy in transport without resorting to harmful biofuels, according to a new report by Dutch research institute CE Delft , commissioned by environmental groups. The report,...
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