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Nearly half of EU exposed to 'warning' drought levels, report says
Europe's rubber demand poses big threat to African forests, NGO says
The "EU demand for rubber is the most important contributor to Europe’s deforestation footprint across West and Central Africa," Global Witness says.
Chaos erupts at EU Parliament as three key climate laws postponed
A vote on the Emissions Trading System caused an unexpected domino effect of rejections and delays.
Emmanuel Macron's second term priorities for Europe
Support for the European Union has been Emmanuel Macron’s trademark policy ever since he first came to power in 2017. The French president believes in the EU. Freshly re-elected, he now has five more years to pursue his goal of close cooperation between member states.
Greenpeace activists scale EU building in protest at deforestation
The bloc's environment ministers were meeting in Brussels to discuss deforestation-free imports.
Explained: How the EU plans to ban products linked to deforestation
The European Commission has published an initial list of targeted products, covering soy, beef, palm oil, cocoa and coffee, as well as wood.
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Europe's week: Belarus, Facebook whistleblower and Google loses appeal
These are the stories occupying minds in Brussels this week.
Brussels to install 11,000 electric charging stations by 2035
The European Commission recently announced it wants to ban the sale of all petrol and diesel cars by 2035.
Cost of green energy transition must be distributed fairly, says MEP
Spanish MEP Javi López says there will be an "eco-reaction" from people if the costs of the transition are not shared evenly.
Flood survivors tell of ‘tsunami’ that leaves their future uncertain
More than 180 people in Belgium and Germany have died in the massive flooding that crashed through parts of Western Europe on Wednesday and Thursday. Those who survived found their homes destroyed or badly battered.
EU wants to tax aviation fuel and phase out polluting cars by 2035
Brussels has announced a range of new laws to help reduce carbon emissions.