Billions of euros of EU taxpayers’ money are in danger of being used to fund uneconomic and environmentally damaging transport infrastructure projects in the new member states of central and eastern...
The campaign for post-Euro-5 emission targets to be set now has gathered momentum, following a call by Germany for Euro-6 nitrogen oxides standards.
The revised Eurovignette directive has finally been approved and will enter into force in a few weeks.
Editorial by Jos Dings
People sometimes ask me why the environmental movement has not been more enthusiastic about the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). I can’t speak for the entire...
The EU environment commissioner Stavros Dimas has promised an EU strategy on the environmentally and socially responsible scrapping of ships.
A panel of “independent experts” appointed by the Commission has investigated the concerns of residents in the Susa valley protesting against the proposed Lyon-Torino rail corridor and says their...
A five-day experiment to reduce speed limits has shown clear benefits for both traffic flow and lower particulate emissions.
The EU is doing too little to help the development of environmental technology and repeatedly exaggerates the cost of environment protection policies.
Petrol and diesel still have too much sulphur, according to Commission data.
Editorial by Nina Renshaw
Imagine a situation in which the legally permitted maximum levels for vehicle emissions are the same as they were 30 years ago. Not only would it be socially and...
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