Government of US and Canada to weakening EU climate legislation increasing export of tar sands in Europe.
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According to the European Commission’s experts, insufficient investment may prevent EU member States from meeting their targets
Some recent reports conducted by European Union member States have shown an alarming situation in the preservation of marine waters and their biodiversity
A declaration by African parliamentary reppresentative resolved to strengthen existing laws at the national and regional level to prevent fraudulent land deals on the continent, following a conference organized in Kigali.
A new report by the Committee of the Environment (CE Delft) says that the European Commission is using an “outdated” list to grant allowances to risk industries relocation abroad
A new publication by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography state Sea-level rise-a growing threat can be cut significantly by reducing local air pollution along with factory-made coolants called HFCs.
A new report by the Asia Forest Partnership (AFP) says that forests in Asia play a critical role in providing a variety of useful services to the livelihood and social stability of millions of people
A new report by Sandbag says that the EU ETS will now drive less than zero net abatement over 2008-2020, and now threatens to cancel out nearly 700 million tonnes of abatement delivered by other policies in the Climate and Energy package.
A study by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) has investigated the effects of crop yield and livestock feed efficiency scenarios on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from agriculture and land use change in developing countries.
On the 2nd of July “circular economy’ package was adopted by the European Commission to pursue the zero-landfill goal in stages and reduce waste by 2030