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28 Oct 2021

  The COP26 climate summit is the most anticipated COP in years, especially as it’s the first COP since 2019…

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06 Oct 2021

The EU and its Member States are struggling with the growing political fallout of what some are calling the ‘energy…

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12 Jul 2021

This week the European Commission will publish ‘Fit for 55’ – the package intended to set the EU on the…

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15 Oct 2020

Both the European Commission and European Parliament now support raising the EU’s emissions reduction target for 2030, although they do…

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13 Oct 2020

A low-carbon EU economy with a fully decarbonised power sector at its core will require huge volumes of low-carbon electricity,…

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04 Sep 2020

Germany sold its first-ever federal green bond in early September. Analysts and commentators alike have displayed an elevated degree of…

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28 May 2020

The European Commission has presented a proposal to amend the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-27 of the EU budget…

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04 Mar 2020

Big numbers are always a good way to attract attention. 1 thousand billion euros of investment is the headline figure…

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16 Dec 2019

In its attempt to strengthen the EU’s role in the world and notably vis-à-vis the other global powers, the new…

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12 Dec 2019

As one of her first acts in office, Ursula von der Leyen launched the European Green Deal on December 11.…

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11 Sep 2019

Disappearing Arctic ice and thawing permafrost are making international headlines alongside burning forests. Moreover, increased international attention is currently focused…

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12 Mar 2019

Last October, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a special report on global warming of 1.5°C. The conclusions…

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