Emissions fell in 5 out of 9 economic sectors across the 27-nation organization, with the biggest decrease in electricity, gas supply (-12.3%).
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by Marisa Higgins | Aug 7, 2023
This project translates into batteries with heightened energy density and enhanced safety compared to traditional lithium-ion batteries.
by Amy Baxter | Jul 10, 2023
The textile industry is one of the biggest polluters and waste-producing sectors, with the EU producing 12 million tons of textile waste annually.
by Marisa Higgins | May 16, 2023
The process aims to combat greenwashing and other misleading claims.
by Staff Writer | Apr 27, 2023
In 2025, airlines will be able to market their flights with a label indicating the expected carbon footprint per passenger and the expected CO2 efficiency per kilometer
by Jessica Hunt | Mar 26, 2023
EU diplomats are voting Monday to formally approve a law aimed at phasing out fossil fuels by 2035. Energy managers are expected to sign off on the law during Tuesday’s meeting in Brussels.
by Jessica Hunt | Jan 23, 2023
H2Med is a pipeline under the Mediterranean Sea connecting Portugal and Spain with France and now, Germany to supply about 10% of the European Union’s hydrogen demand by 2030.
by Jessica Hunt | Jan 21, 2023
Off the coast of Portugal, a team of underwater robots is scanning the base of turbines on a wind farm and looking for signs of damage. The activity is part of a project to reduce inspection costs, keep wind turbines running for longer and ultimately reduce the price of electricity.
by Liz Nastu | Jan 19, 2023
The EU anticipates positive changes in circularity, resource efficiency, and zero pollution goals as a result of this new law.
by Liz Nastu | Dec 19, 2022
European Union governments and lawmakers reached a deal Sunday about key elements of the 27-nation bloc’s green deal, reforming the EU’s trading system for greenhouse gas emissions.