The European Commission adopted an ambitious Circular Economy Package, which includes revised legislative proposals on waste to stimulate Europe’s transition towards a circular economy which will boost global competitiveness, foster sustainable economic growth and generate new jobs.
You may have heard about bioeconomy and wondered what it is all about. It describes a future in which we rely on renewable biological resources to meet our needs for food, materials and energy.
The LIFE Programme for the Environment and Climate Change 2014-2020 is divided into two sub-programmes: environment and climate action. LIFE Climate Action will support projects in the development of innovative ways to respond to the challenges of climate change in Europe.
If you are lucky enough to be at Seoul on 27-28 October 2015 do not miss the 19th Forum on Eco-innovation.
The ‘circular economy’ is gaining momentum as a concept in both academic and policy circles, while circular business models have been linked to significant economic benefits.
The new UN Agenda for Sustainable Development is adopted today in New York. It represents a true landmark achievement uniting the whole world around 17 common goals for a more sustainable future. The EU was instrumental to reach an ambitious outcome.
Water covers 70 % of the Earth and many of Europe’s natural riches lie in the seas around its coasts. A Green Week session heard about efforts to build environmental safeguards into an expanded blue economy.
European Mobility Week is an annual campaign on sustainable urban mobility, organised with the political and financial support of the Directorates-General for the Environment and Transport of the European Commission.
‘A world you like. With a climate you like.’ The European Commission campaign to promote climate action and a low-carbon economy run by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Climate Action.