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Infographic: How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans

Infographic: How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans

Did you know that 70% of the oxygen we breathe is produced by marine plants? While the deep blue sea may seem mysterious and even foreign, the oceans are …

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The End of Plastic Bags

The End of Plastic Bags

On 5 October 2015 England introduced a 5p (7 cents) charge for plastic bags in an effort to minimise its impact on the environment, reduce litter and protect wildlifeAn average …

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Bicycles in Amsterdam

The 10 Most Bike-Friendly Cities in Europe

Fancy a bike ride? Then head to one of Europe's best cities for cycling!

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Top 10 countries protecting their environment

Top 10 countries protecting their environment

A healthy environment is the base for a wealthy society in the 21st century

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World Environment Day aims to raise awareness of unsustainable consumption.

Infographic: World Environment Day

World Environment Day 2015 by the United Nations

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Drinking Water Resources in Europe, 2011

Europe's Water Policies

The EU needs to recognise the central role water issues play across a number of key sectors and should develop a stronger, more coherent water policy.

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The Iberian Lynx Roars

Bringing Back the Iberian Lynx

The fight to save one of Europe's endangered species.

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How much does it cost to keep Europe warm?

How much does Europe spend on energy?

Can Europeans still afford paying for energy?

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Infographic on Renewable Energy in Europe made by Statista (Statista.com)

Renewable Energy in the EU

Austria is the European country with the highest sources of renewable energy

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Recycling in Europe infographic made by Statista (statista.com)

Recycling Remains a Rarity in Eastern Europe

Recycling shows huge differences between many European countries.

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Research

5 toughest questions faced by Maroš Šefčovič (Energy Union)

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This Infographic reveals which EU member states are most active in using Renewable Electricity.

Renewable Electricity in the EU

Europe is leading in using Renewable Electricity, but some countries are focusing on it far more than others.

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Renewable energy use across the European Union

European Union Framework for Renewable Energy Production

Saving the Environment and Creating an Energy Independent Europe

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Soon Eleusis will be completely destroyed by industry and tourism.

New Eleusis

Eleusis is a historic region with beautiful nature and a crucial archaeological importance.

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the EU

Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the EU

Europe 2020 aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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Top 5 Environment – All you need to know for the Italian EU Presidency

Top 5 Environment – All you need to know for the Italian EU Presidency

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Climate change: Europe must discover its ambition on climate change

Climate change: Europe must discover its ambition on climate change

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Climate change: Europe must discover its ambition on climate change

Climate change: Europe must discover its ambition on climate change

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How good is your country at recycling?

How good is your country at recycling?

Much of the waste we throw away can be recycled.

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What happens where Europe meets the sea?

What happens where Europe meets the sea?

In many areas along Europe's vast coastline, the interaction between land and sea is rising.

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E.ON CEO: Competitiveness and climate can go hand in hand

E.ON CEO: Competitiveness and climate can go hand in hand

Dr. Johannes Teyssen argues that competitiveness and the 2030 climate and energy strategy are not contradicting each other

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COP19, EU and Climate

COP19, EU and Climate

Marcin Korolec, Polish Secretary of State for Climate discusses the outcome of the COP19 negotiations

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What would Europe look like without ice?

What would Europe look like without ice?

216 feet - that's how much the sea has risen. And this is what's left of Europe.

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End Ecocide in Europe: A Law for Total Change!

End Ecocide in Europe: A Law for Total Change!

A Citizens' Initiative to give the Earth Rights

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EU energy: what is happening in November

EU energy: what is happening in November

an overview of the European Union’s most pressing energy issues:

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How can we help put an end to Ecocide?

How can we help put an end to Ecocide?

...calls for making ecocide a crime in cases where ecocide is...

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EU Energy Infrastructure: What are the priorities?

EU Energy Infrastructure: What are the priorities?

Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen, spokeswoman of the European Commission, discusses the list of projects of common interest in energy infrastructure.

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Brussels Briefing on Environment: All you need to know for the month of October 2013

Brussels Briefing on Environment: All you need to know for the month of October 2013

This video provides an overview of the latest developments in the field of EU Environment Policy for the month of October

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What is holding back biofuels?

What is holding back biofuels?

What is holding back biofuels?

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"Save Rosia Montana"

"Save Rosia Montana": environmental cause meets civic dissatisfaction

Romanian citizens have been engaged in a struggle against corporate and governmental transgressions on environmental and citizenship rights

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