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IFAW report shows unprecedented scale of online illegal wildlife trade

IFAW report shows unprecedented scale of online illegal wildlife trade

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has published a report highlighting the unprecedented scale of the online illegal wildlife trade. The report, entitled ‘Disrupt:...
Darwin Initiative offers £10m for global biodiversity and conservation projects

Darwin Initiative offers £10m for global biodiversity and conservation projects

The UK government’s Darwin Initiative grant scheme has selected 52 global biodiversity and conservation projects to receive £10.6m (~€12m). The announcement coincides with the International...
New measures to support circular economy policy ambitions

New measures to support circular economy policy ambitions

EU member states have approved new measures to support the European Commission’s circular economy policy ambitions. Europe has been pursuing circular economy policy ambitions since...
Stakeholders champion EU plan for development and manufacture of batteries

Stakeholders champion EU plan for development and manufacture of batteries

Following the adoption of the European Commission’s mobility package, stakeholders have welcomed the strategic action plan for the development and manufacture of batteries in...
Cañete discusses JCPoA with head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran

Cañete discusses JCPoA with head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran

European Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete has met with Iranian Vice President Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran. The European Commission...
EIB to fund nearly-zero-energy building complexes in Copenhagen

EIB to fund nearly-zero-energy building complexes in Copenhagen

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a loan agreement to invest €100m in two nearly-zero-energy building complexes in Copenhagen, Denmark. The two nearly-zero-energy building...
EU refers states to court over spent fuel and radioactive waste breaches

EU refers states to court over spent fuel and radioactive waste breaches

The European Commission has referred three EU member states to the Court of Justice of the EU (ECJ) over infringements of the Spent Fuel...
EU increases efforts to help member states tackle air pollution

EU increases efforts to help member states tackle air pollution

The European Commission has adopted a new communication on clean air, which will help member states tackle air pollution by outlining the available measures. Alongside...
GPEX organisers release energy transition eBook

GPEX organisers release energy transition eBook

The team behind the Global Power & Energy Exhibition (GPEX) has released an eBook on how the energy transition is impacting industry stakeholders. GPEX 2018...
Rewilding Europe to support new conservation efforts

Rewilding Europe supports a new conservation narrative

Government Europa spoke to Frans Schepers, managing director of Rewilding Europe, about its long-term vision for conservation in Europe and the role of rewilding. In...

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