The European Commission (EC) presented a new Environment Action Plan that should phase out environmentally harmful subsidies.
A FAO study declared that an economy based on the continuously increasing depletion of natural resources is not sustainable.
The European Commission (EC) tabled the CARS 2020 Action Plan aimed at reinforcing this industry’s competitiveness and sustainability heading towards 2020
A new report has been presented at the European Parliament to support good forest governance and to tackle illegal timber trade.
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) two last reports, oil consumption will be halved by 2050 by adopting the right policies to promote new technolgies.
Personal vehicles in Europe continue to create high quantity of pollution and congestion, as highlighted during the 2012 European Mobility Week (EMW).
Financial sector signs a Declaration to demonstrate his commitment at the Rio+ 20 Earth Summit to work towards integrating Natural Capital considerations into financial products and services.
According to a new report by WWF, humanity is using 50 per cent more resources than the Earth can provide and by 2030 two planets will not be sufficient to support global demand.
A new strategy by the Commission has been tabled to boost sustainable competitiveness of the construction sector and its enterprises, stimulating favourable investment conditions.
A new innovation partnership scheme has announced by European Commission: for 2013, €365 million in EU funds have been earmarked for the development of ‘smart’ technologies in cities.