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- What if Apple and Tesla joined forces to help us take down climate change?Facing each other in a suburban shopping mall, the two innovative retailers share everything and nothing.
- COP24 and the color of moneyIn a world darkened by distrust and dysfunction, the prismatic hues of big business shined through.
- Closing the clean energy funding gap is a matter of economics — and national securityIt’s time to take a cue from the military’s willingness to invest in microgrids and onsite renewables
- 4 steps to align ESG and enterprise risk managementThere's a clear business case for doing so.
- Urban change you won’t hear coming: electric delivery fleetsThe key to unlocking the hidden benefits of electric fleet trucks and buses lies in the quiet nature of battery-powered vehicles.
- What if Apple and Tesla joined forces to help us take down climate change?
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Category Archives: Green economy
The European Commission welcomed the successful conclusion of the multilateral negotiations to address the global threat posed to human health and the environment by mercury. This follows the decision of the Governing Council of UNEP in February 2009 to develop a global legally binding instrument on mercury and the subsequent creation of an International Negotiating Committee to conclude on the text of a mercury Treaty that held its final meeting this week. The EU was a key driver for the launch of this negotiating process. Continue reading
The European Commission adopted a decision confirming provisional findings that average CO2 emissions from new cars in the EU dropped by 3.3% last year. This decision is based on emissions data gathered by the European Environment Agency and verified by car manufacturers.
The average CO2 emissions for the 12.8 million new cars registered in the EU in 2011 was 135.7 grams per kilometre. This is a drop of 4.6g CO2/km compared to 2010 and confirms that car manufacturers are on track to reach the 2015 target of 130g CO2/km. Continue reading
The European Commission has proposed a new Environment Action Programme for the EU. Entitled “Living well, within the limits of our planet”, it will guide environment policy up to 2020. The proposal aims to enhance Europe’s ecological resilience and transform the EU into an inclusive and sustainable green economy. Continue reading
There is no other way out of the economic crisis than through a green economy, which will strengthen the development of new and greener technologies, resource reductions and the protecting of our nature and the biodiversity. A green transition will create millions of jobs and make Europe more sustainable and competitive.
This was the conclusion, when Europe’s environment ministers met this week in Horsens. They discussed an ambitious outline for the 7th Environment Action Programme made by the Danish EU Presidency. Continue reading