The EU started to tackle greenwashing and increase consumer awareness. This follows a trend of growing environmental awareness to ensure that ecological claims match genuine efforts to protect our Planet.
With the Renewable Energy Directive, the Spanish government proposed to abolish the need of Environmental Impact Assessment for “Green Energy facilities”.
Big changes to packaging laws are on their way in Europe, but Italian industries and supermarkets do not really like them.
With the climate crisis, the Covid-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine the risk of a global food crisis has become very real.
Now that many countries are slowly readapting to a post-Covid era, will people’s travel habits change? Will environmental unsustainable cheap flights still exist?
The environment is the silent casualty of war. What are the effects of the war in Ukraine on the environment?
Renewables are not yet enough to help the EU reach total energy independence. In January, the Parliament decided to bet on nuclear power. How green is this bet?
To drop coal Europe needs new ways to generate green energy. Is labelling nuclear and natural gas as green energy a greenwashing or sustainable strategy?
Looking back at last summer’s dramatic floods in Central Europe, it is clear that natural disasters linked to the climate crisis are no longer events of only Mediterranean regions.
The new “Fit for 55” legislation aims to reach 55 % net emissions reduction target by 2030, making Europe the first emission-neutral continent. Is the Netherlands ready for “Fit for 55”?