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Doing business in Slovenia: Sustainability
The Slovenian Development Strategy is the document that provides businesses with guidance on how to become more sustainable.
Europe’s resource reduction plan doesn’t measure up
A plan unveiled on 20 September to tackle Europe’s dependency on imported resources does not go far enough to end the region’s over-consumption of the world’s ...
COP23 UN climate change conference
The 2017 UN Climate Change Conference opened on 6 November 2017, with the aim of launching nations towards the next level of ambition needed to tackle global ...
New study: no room for gas in Europe's climate budget, science shows
Europe needs to urgently quit gas if it is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to internationally agreed levels, new science shows.
Car emissions: Fiat Chrysler grilled on 'defeat devices'
MEPs on the European Parliament's car emissions inquiry grilled Fiat Chrysler's Chief Technical Officer on possible 'defeat devices' in Fiat diesel engines ...
Towards a Circular Economy
While the world's leaders and environmental experts in Paris grapple with trying to agree a global deal on climate change, the European Commission this week ...
Sustainable finance: Banks ready to support EU technical talks
Sustainable finance experts in the European banking sector on Wednesday agreed to better align themselves for collecting industry insights to provide effective ...
EU Commission gives green light to Bayer-Monsanto merger
The European Commission approved on 21 March the merger of Bayer and Monsanto, paving the way for the creation of the world's largest and most powerful ...
Expert comment on inefficient vacuum cleaners being banned by the EU
Frederik Dahlmann, of Warwick Business School, Assistant Professor of Global Energy, a researcher into the low carbon economy, comments on inefficient vacuum ...
An environmental standards information portal for Europe
In Europe, we have a vast wealth of research results that support standards in relation to environmental aspects such as air, water, soil and waste. SIPE ('An ...
Greenhouse gas emission allowance trading scheme
The European Union is establishing a greenhouse gas emission trading scheme for the cost-effective reduction of such emissions in the Community. This scheme ...
Ombudsman's ruling: Stoiber’s appointment process constituted 'maladministration' and was misleading
In a strongly worded decision, the appointment process of Edmund Stoiber as a high-level special advisor to the European Commission President Juncker has been ...
A wasted year for the circular economy - FoEE
The European Commission today launched its revised proposal to tackle resource use and waste in Europe. The reworked Circular Economy Package is weaker than ...
EU action plan for a Circular Economy
The European Commission adopted on 2 December a revised Circular Economy Package to stimulate Europe's transition towards a circular economy which will boost ...
Council tables weak deal on EU fisheries reform
Another marathon session of negotiations on the reform of EU legislation on fisheries has ended in disappointment, said Greenpeace. The ministers have been ...
European Court protects honey from GM contamination
The European Court of Justice today upheld the rights of beekeepers and consumers to keep honey free from GM contamination.
German 2012 energy law involved state aid: EU Court
The European Court of Justice's General Court confirmed Tuesday that a 2012 German law on renewable energy involved State aid, dismissing Germany's action ...
Updated CETA declaration shows contempt for EU citizens and parliaments - Greenpeace
An updated version of the EU and Canada's joint declaration on CETA fails to address fundamental problems with the trade deal, as the revision only concerns ...
Buildings are responsible for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in the EU. While new buildings generally need fewer than three to five litres ...
EU reaches deal on energy performance of buildings
The EU presidency secured provisional agreement with the European Parliament on new rules on the energy performance of buildings Tuesday, with final approval ...
MEPs back reform of EU carbon trading scheme
The EU Parliament approved plans to curb greenhouse gas emissions through the EU carbon market Wednesday, aiming to fulfil EU obligations under the Paris ...
EU whitewash on cancer risk from world's most used weedkiller
Overreliance on unpublished industry studies leads EU food agency to recommend glyphosate approval
EU lifeline to coal could derail renewable energy transition
A package of policy proposals released today by the European Commission threatens to derail efforts to accelerate the roll-out of renewables, while prolonging ...
Regulation establishing a programme to support further development of an integrated maritime policy
The Council today adopted a regulation establishing an EU programme to further promote the development and the implementation of the EU's integrated maritime ...
The Agency, located in Helsinki, Finland will manage the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction processes for chemical substances to ensure ...
Final go-ahead for EU emissions trading reform
The EU Council formally approved reform of the EU emissions trading system for the period 2021 to 2030 Tuesday, a significant step towards fulfilling EU ...
Dieselgate: EU gains power over new car approvals
The EU institutions reached a provisional agreement Thursday on reform of type-approval and market surveillance for motor vehicles, raising the quality and ...
Euro-MPs back people-powered renewables
MEPs in committee voted Tuesday for new binding targets for energy efficiency and use of renewables, calling for recognition of the right of Europeans to ...
Benelux Infrastructure Forum
The industry-leading event for the Benelux region; Benelux Infrastructure Forum, is returning to Amsterdam on the 21st and 22nd November 2018 for its 17th ...
EU Commission uses the Christmas period to grant authorisation for imports of genetically engineered soybeans
The EU Commission has granted six further authorisations for genetically engineered plants, including some controversial genetically engineered soybeans with ...
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The Week Ahead no. 408
EU Brexit summit - Baltic Sea Fishing - border controls and migration - workers' rights in the gig economy - CO2 emissions from trucks

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