European Parliament EU right to reuse repair

European Parliament tells EU to back right to reuse, repair products

26 November 2020 - The European Commission needs to promote repair, resale and reuse of products and ban built-in product obsolence, lawmakers said in a resolution.

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CO2 levels in atmosphere rising despite pandemic-related emissions drop

25 November 2020 - The coronavirus impact may only slightly slow growth in CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere as more drastic climate action is necessary

No G20 global warming by 1.5 degrees

No G20 member is on track to limit global warming by 1.5 degrees

24 November 2020 - The G20 vowed to mitigate climate change but its members aren't in compliance with the goal to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees

Romania coal fired thermal power plants

Romania erases new coal-fired thermal power plants from its plans

23 November 2020 - The Government of Romania claims no more coal power plants would be built and CE Oltenia hinted it is about to scrap the last such project.

UK gasoline diesel car ban to 2030 green plan

UK pushes forward gasoline, diesel car ban to 2030 in its green plan

18 November 2020 - The UK rolled out a green for pandemic recovery and moved the new fossil fuel–powered car sales ban target date from 2040 to 2030.

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Get ready – EUKI is just about to launch call for cross-border climate projects

16 November 2020 - The European Climate Initiative – EUKI is about to start its fifth call for climate action financing for nonprofit organizations.

Products fruit waste replacing leather clim@ Beyond Leather

Products from fruit waste are replacing leather on global scale

14 November 2020 - Beyond Leather Materials from Denmark produces a leather substitute from apple pulp, but it is considering to include different fruits

EU countries dirtiest power systems 2030

These EU countries will have dirtiest power systems in 2030

11 November 2020 - Ember highlighted seven EU states including Bulgaria and Romania projected to have the dirtiest power systems in 2030

Serbia change laws energy sector greener minister

Minister Mihajlović: Serbia to change laws, make energy sector greener

11 November 2020 - Minister of Mining and Energy of Serbia Zorana Mihajlović vowed to improve legislation for energy, renewables and energy efficiency

Green Agenda for Western Balkans Sofia summit

State leaders endorse Green Agenda for Western Balkans at Sofia summit

10 November 2020 - European Union hopefuls from the continent's southeast agreed at a summit in Sofia with the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans

Paper recycling climate change fossil fuels

Paper recycling worsens climate change if fossil fuels are used

06 November 2020 - Wastepaper industry emissions can be almost wiped out with renewables while current practices actually make matters worse

Nature protection Shar Korab Koritnik GIZ ORF BDU Faton Ademi

Civil society strengthening nature protection in Shar, Korab-Koritnik region

06 November 2020 - The establishment of Local Action Groups in Albania and Kosovo for the Shar and Korab-Koritnik region is making progress

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