PRESS RELEASE: Black market for refrigerants must be better combated

PRESS RELEASE, Thursday, 2nd December 2021 – Brussels Black market for refrigerants must be better combated Today, the European Environment Agency EEA published a report on climate-damaging fluorinated greenhouse gases, so-called F-gases. Green MEP Jutta Paulus comments: „The findings of the European Environment Agency are encouraging and show that the EU is on the right […]

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Europe Calling “Climate policy in the Energy Price Trap – How climate protection & affordable energy go together”

Dear friends & all that are interested, We are experiencing another price crisis of fossil energies and a mismanaged and delayed energy transition. The enormous increase in energy prices all over Europe is causing many people great concern. Many are wondering how they are going to pay for the next electricity or gas bill. Often, […]

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PRESS RELEASE: European Parliament votes for better methane reduction measures

PRESS RELEASE, Thursday, 21st October 2021 – Strasbourg European Parliament votes for better methane reduction measures Following the presentation of the European Commission’s methane strategy a year ago, the European Parliament today adopted by a large majority an own-initiative report calling for more comprehensive measures to reduce methane.   Methane is the second most common […]

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International Online Conference “Bring back bogs, let’s re-peat!”

+++ REGISTER HERE +++ As we are facing a global climate and biodiversity crisis, urgent action in the next 10 years is needed. We just entered the UN decade for ecosystem restoration. For the international COP 15 on Biodiversity in Kunming, a target of 20% restoration of destroyed eco-systems is envisaged. In the light of […]

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PRESS RELEASE: European Environmental Agency: Maritime Transport must become sustainable, resilient and competitive

PRESS RELEASE, Wednesday, 1st September 2021 – Brussels European Environmental Agency: Maritime Transport must become sustainable, resilient and competitive With regard to continued growth in global shipping, the European Environment Agency (EEA), together with the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), has published a report that for the first time presents the full extent of the […]

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Online Event: “Living rivers instead of deadly floods – river restoration and flood protection now!

Monday 6th of September 2021, 7pm-9pm The whole event will be in German with English translation! We followed the flood disasters caused by the extreme rainfall in Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia in July with horror. No one would have imagined that the water masses would reach seven-metre levels in some places. The destruction was correspondingly […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Too much money for the German coal phase-out? Commission launches in-depth investigation

PRESS RELEASE, 2nd of March 2021 – Brussels Too much money for the German coal phase-out? Commission launches in-depth investigation The European Commission has just announced that it is launching an in-depth investigation into the planned compensation for lignite operators under the German Coal Phase-out Act. This means that the “Agreement on the Reduction and […]

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PRESS RELEASE: NPP Ostrovets: No va-banque game at our borders!

PRESS RELEASE, Thursday, 11th of February 2020 – Brussels NPP Ostrovets: No va-banque game at our borders!   The European Parliament has just adopted by a large majority a resolution on the Belarusian nuclear power plant Ostrovets. Located only 20 km from the EU border and 45 km from the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, the nuclear […]

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