Eurogroup for Animals called on the European Commission and Member States to reconsider the obligatory requirement for 90-day feeding trials for GMOs in implementing rules currently being discussed.
A Commission decision was annulled: it rejected two environmental groups’ request for an internal review of a pesticide regulation specifying maximum residue levels of pesticides for certain food and feed products.
A new publication by CIFOR addresses the current state of the REDD+ initiative, offering fresh insights into current challenges, and suggesting new ways of addressing some of them.
A new report by IEA says that while investments in clean power are essential to reduce fossil-fuel consumption, improved efficiency offers the clearest path to better energy management in the decades ahead.
EU environment ministers call for “a 2050 vision for a green Europe” that decouples economic growth from environmental degradation, based on a better implementation of existing environmental laws before creating new ones.
A Cooperation Plan on Agriculture and Rural Development was signed between China and the EU, enforcing the already exisiting partnership in order to face bilateral and international challenges more effectively together.
The EU was urged by global airlines to review its tax proposal as a group of nations led by China, the United States and India kept up their opposition to EU plans to force carriers to join a carbon trading scheme.
According to a new report by UNEP coming ahead of the Rio+20 conference, population growth and unsustainable consumption are driving Earth towards “unprecedented” environmental destruction
According to experts working in the field, the EU’s upcoming energy efficiency directive could send strong enough signals to trigger a boom in the market for energy efficiency services for commercial buildings.
According to a new report by ANEC, European consumers are being flooded with confusing, misleading and corporate-friendly product information about carbon footprints.