06 May 2021 - Germany plans to bring forward its net zero emissions deadline to 2045, or five years ahead of the European Union’s declared target.
06 May 2021 - The draft changes to the Renewable Energy Directive envisage an upgrade for the 2030 share of renewables in the energy mix to between 38% and 40%
21 April 2021 - Reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to the 1990 levels will be also legally binding target.
19 April 2021 - Slovenia's only coal-fired thermal power plant TEŠ is on track to lose up to EUR 150 million this year, CEO of ELES Aleksander Mervar said
02 April 2021 - A calculator enables families in Finland to calculate their food waste, financial loss and climate impact so that they could plan better and cut the damage
25 March 2021 - Fifty percent of coal-fired thermal power plants in Europe are closed or will be shut down by 2030 amid rising CO2 costs and the expansion of renewables
19 March 2021 - Minister Irena Vujović said Serbia is contributing to the global struggle with its Climate Change Law and confirming it is responsible toward its citizens
15 March 2021 - The price of EU's carbon permits rose by 32.4% in 2021 and almost 16 times since April 17, 2013, when the all-time low was registered.
12 March 2021 - Climate change expert Danijela Božanić analyzes the Draft Climate Change Law, which the government adopted three years since the public consultation process ended
12 March 2021 - The European Parliament supported plans for the introduction of a CO2 tax on certain foreign products to prevent carbon leakage
02 March 2021 - At a time when many EU countries are working on coal phase-out, Croatia is planning to overhaul coal-fired TPP Plomin 1.