The conference debated on waste management targets and some key economic instruments helping to improve waste prevention and recycling performances
EEB welcomes the waste policy proposals published by the European Commission which set bold targets for recycling in Europe
A new research by Wong et al. in Biotechnology for Biofuels presents a new method to improve renewable energy production from waste thanks to a simple pretreatment.
According to an analysis by the European Commission (EC), current metal recycling rates are too low, so new recycling tecnologies and imporved policies are requirred.
The European Parliament has voted to weaken European Commission legislation by allowing water pollution from pharmaceuticals to continue.
According to a report by the European Environmental Agency, EU member states exports more and more waste, among them but also outside Europe.
Europe needs to redouble efforts in using water more efficiently to avoid undermining its economy, according to a new report from the European Environment Agency (EEA)
A new initiative that will promote buses, trains and cycling as a means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector, was announced during Rio +20 Earth Summit.
According to a new report by EEA, International trade allows EU consumption and production to impact ecosystems and human health across the globe.
According to a new scientific study by Dr David Reay of Edinburgh University, wasted milk creates every year a carbon footprint equivalent to thousands of car exhausts.