The European Union and the United Kingdom are negotiating an agreement to ensure the UK’s orderly exit out of the Union and to agree on their future relationship. During the current Brexit negotiations, the European Commission has stated multiple times that its primary focus is on citizens and their rights and as negotiations proceed, the interests of business and market stability will be addressed. But where, then, does the environment feature? This report sets out the guiding principles for putting the environment at the heart of the Brexit talks.
At the end of the 2013 ‘Year of Air’, environmental organisations took a look back at what the European Commission has achieved in terms of air quality and, more importantly, looked ahead to the next steps for 2014 and beyond. With this assessment, Transport & Environment, AirClim, ClientEarth, the European Environmental Bureau, and the Health and Environment Alliance examine where we stand compared to the start of the year and ask whether there are tangible signs of EU action.
A report on concrete solutions to put an end to environmentally harmful subsidies within the EU Budget.
Analysis of CO2 emissions data submitted to the UNFCCC in 2008, including aviation and shipping data
This publication looks at the true extent of transport CO2 emissions in the EU including those from aviation and shipping which are excluded from official EU Kyoto figures.
CO2 emissions from transport in the EU27: an analysis of 2006 data submitted to the UNFCCC.
Timed to coincide with a new European Parliament, Commission, and an enlarged EU, this publication offers policy makers considered solutions to help restart sustainable transport policies.
Based on a T&E seminar held in Brussels on 19 May 2004, this report brings together social and environmental thinking, with a focus on the specific example of pricing.
Be smart, do it better! A guide to sustainable transport in accession countries. By Nicoleta Ion, December 2002.