A circular economy – where goods are reused, recycled or repurposed – could be one way to avoid overexploiting our planet’s natural resources.
EU fishing quotas were set higher than advised by scientists and the European Commission without sufficient economic or social justification, an access to information request has revealed. This breaches EU transparency law and undermines EU fisheries law.
The government’s new Emissions Reduction Plan is overdue, and getting more overdue by the month. Today’s news suggests we could be waiting until June.
Biomass report confirms years of doubt over the ‘carbon-neutral’ status of burning wood for power.
ClientEarth has today joined with partners in Italy to launch legal action against the authorities in Lombardy over the region’s filthy air.
Replacing the Common Agricultural Policy means the UK can spend public money on public goods like natural flood management and wildlife habitat
Poland’s people say their government is protecting the coal industry instead of protecting people from the toxic chemical benzopyrene.
Europe’s oldest forest is facing a renewed threat, after the Polish government confirmed it will continue with illegal plans to massively increase logging.
ClientEarth is suing the European Commission after it gave plastics recyclers permission to use a black-listed chemical which causes infertility and developmental problems in children.
A persistent failure to carry out evaluations to protect nature sites across Europe – required by EU law – has been found in new analysis.
ClientEarth are part of a new coalition that has launched today to campaign for a new Clean Air Act to help deal with the country’s toxic and illegal levels of air pollution.
EU countries are ignoring the ban on bee-harming pesticides and continuing to use them across Europe. The Commission has the power to curb this alarming trend, but is doing nothing to stop it.
MEPs have voted through CETA, without seeking the opinion of the European Court of Justice on one of the most controversial elements of the trade deal.
A new study from the University of Surrey shows London commuters who use the bus and Underground are exposed to high levels of particulate matter air pollution.
Maintaining existing standards of environmental protection through the Great Repeal Bill will be an immensely difficult task.
The final decision of a lengthy court battle to force authorities to clean up Munich’s air is due Friday. The outcome will be final – it’s vital the judge rules to protect people’s health.
A single system to identify hormone-harming chemicals is the best way to keep endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) out of our food, water, toys, and household products.
It could be another year before the people of Brussels will be aware of the levels of harmful pollutants they are breathing in on a daily basis.
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Chemicals regulator ECHA has won a key fight for transparency linked to endocrine disruptor DEHP.
New figures show the authorities failed to make meaningful progress in reducing nitrogen dioxide air pollution in Brussels last year
In the same week the government wrapped up its coal transition consultation, it has granted millions of pounds to UK coal plants.
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