Comitology – Commission proposal would do little for accountability or public health
Nature Directives: Commission commits to Action Plan to ensure full compliance
Recommendations for better implentation of the Birds and Habitats Directives
Diesel cars can break pollution limits, MEPs decide
Red mud disaster: there was a catastrophe but no one is responsible
PaksII: Do not issue the environmental permit!
Expert opinion in the Environmental Impact Assessment Documentation
200 pages of classified information on Paks
Buy, use, throw away: breaking the cycle
Hungarian MEP Benedek Jávor talks about the Volkswagen scandal, Paks, Hungary’s handling of the refugee crisis, and the future of his party, Dialogue for Hungary
UN climate change talks EU must push for UN deal to avoid dangerous climate change say MEPs
Lessons learnt 5 years after the Hungarian red mud disaster
ITCO intergroup pressures the European Parliament to ban salaried side jobs
5th anniversary of the Kolontár industrial catastrophe: we have not learnt our lessons, we are waiting for the next catastrophe
Shale gas extraction becomes cheaper in Hungary
TTIP Talks: What’s Cooking? – Perspectives on Food & Farming
An update of the EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive risks coming undone as a result of political infighting between the Polish..
We are witnessing an unprecedented and alarming rise in illegal wildlife trade. The problem goes beyond the overexploitation of endangered..
The European Commission has today published its long-awaited proposal for the reform of the comitology process, used to approve or..
Following an orientation debate held today by the College of Commissioners, the European Commission has confirmed it will develop an..
To date, the final outcome of the Fitness Check of the Birds and Habitats Directives is not publicly available. However,..
On 31st March 2014 the UN’s International Court of Justice – in its legally binding decision – ruled that Japan’s..
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The European Parliament has accepted a decision by member states to allow diesel cars to emit double the legal emission..