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The negotiations which will set our relationship with our closest neighbours for the next generation are being rushed in a reckless game of chicken.
The European Green Deal is a set of policy initiatives brought forward by the European Commission with the overarching aim of making Europe climate neutral in 2050.
Everything from travel to air quality has been looked at in order to create ‘a growth that gives back’
The European Union will need to “re-orient most, if not all” of its policies in order to protect vulnerable regions and workers in industries affected by the transition to a green economy, the EU Commission’s vice-president Frans Timmermans has said.
The European Commission will propose on Tuesday (14 January) how the EU can pay for shifting the region’s economy to net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050 while protecting coal-dependent regions from taking the brunt of changes aimed at fighting climate change.
The goal of making the EU climate neutral by mid-century is likely to set off a political battle.
This Communication sets out a European Green Deal for the European Union (EU) and its citizens.
The European Green Deal is our roadmap for making the EU's economy sustainable.
Europe’s bid to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 will aim for a just, rapid shift away from high polluting industries and technologies.
Brexit is a Tory invention and pro-Europeans must still fight the prospect of EU exile, writes Will Hutton.
‘Allure of fusion makes it a good distraction from the failures of current government’s science and climate policy’
The number of EU countries on board with a pledge to go carbon neutral by 2050 has grown rapidly in recent months – with 18 out of 28 now supporting the policy.
Scientists say we have five years to change course on climate change. The next European parliament term is five years – they are a matter of life and death.
Universities have warned ministers of the risks to research, staff and students if Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal. Higher education bosses said a “no-deal” Brexit would “compromise” vital studies into cancer treatments and climate change.
The warning came as university leaders called on MPs to ensure research funding was not lost
Leave voters' disregard for the facts extends far beyond the NHS and the economy.