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Leaked European Green Deal is not up to the task, Greenpeace

November 2019

Brussels, 29 November 2019 – Draft plans for a European Green Deal would have minimal impact on the worsening climate and ecological emergencies, warned Greenpeace.  Greenpeace has obtained a recent…

Activists challenge EU ministers to tackle impact of transport on climate crisis

June 2019

Luxembourg, 6 June 2019 — Activists from Germany, Poland, Belgium and Greenpeace Luxembourg are peacefully demonstrating outside a meeting of EU Transport Ministers in Luxembourg with a crashed car and…

What a difference a week makes

October 2018

It started in the early hours of Monday morning. I rolled out of bed and tiptoed to the kitchen table to stare at my laptop bleary-eyed: 3.04 am in Brussels,…

Ten years left to say goodbye to petrol, diesel and conventional hybrid cars

September 2018

If Europe is to honour its commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C, sales of petrol, diesel and conventional hybrid cars must end

Greenpeace activists bare their lungs for clean air

January 2018

Commission ordered Member States to explain inaction on dangerous air pollution Brussels – Nine Greenpeace activists baring their lungs on their chests demanded “Clean Air Now” outside a closed-door emergency…

Commission shows narrow vision on renewable-powered shared mobility, Greenpeace

November 2017

Brussels – A package of policy measures for the transport sector released by the European Commission fails to deliver an ambitious vision of shared mobility powered by renewable energy, said…