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The annual event, which brings interested parties together to debate the bloc's environmental policy, kicks off today (Monday).
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How Portugal has the upper hand in Europe's lithium reserves - in this week's Unreported Europe on Euronews.
MEPs vote to place carbon tax on select imports from outside EU
The European Parliament voted for the European Commission to come up with a legislative proposal to stop so-called 'carbon leakage'.
Illegal landfill sites along rivers in the Balkans are causing an ecology disaster
Unreported Europe takes a look at how rubbish is ending up in rivers in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. Environmentalists have condemn this situation, which has been happening for the last 25 years.
Coroner rules air pollution was cause of death of girl in UK first
In what is thought to be the first case of its kind, a coroner has ruled that air pollution contributed to the death of a nine-year-old girl in London.
Romania’s coal heartland embraces Green New Deal
Romania's industrial Jiu Valley has been tied to fluctuations in the fortunes of coal for a century and a half. But soon the coal will be gone. Is the EU's help to make the transition going to be enough to provide a worthwhile and sutainable future for its residents?
Air pollution costs Europeans billions in health costs, report says
Air pollution costs the average European city resident €1,276 per year, a report for the European Public Health Alliance has concluded.
EU climate law explained: Europe's plan to hit carbon net-zero
The EU wants the world's first climate law in place to tackle climate change, but a battle is brewing over how much emissions should be reduced by 2030 to hit green goals.
The Battle for Brussels roads
It is one of the most congested capitals in Europe, and a new transport minister hopes to strike a balance between helping people get around and cutting carbon emissions.
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Meet the Finnish CEO who wants to make plastic sustainable
Woodly Oy has been working on a carbon-neutral plastic substitute that's made out of plant cells from sustainably managed forests.
Pesticides: a threat to public health? France's toxic debate
France plans to introduce buffer zones between crops fields and residential areas, to comply with EU rules. The debate has become toxic in many parts of the country, where tensions run high between residents worried about their health, and farmers concerned about their future.
More plastic than fish: beach cleanup highlights Europe's plastic problem
Experts warn that if nothing is done, the ocean could contain more plastic than fish by 2050. For the UN, governments need to more to implement legislation, whilst individuals also have a roll to play.
Sea life at risk if EU countries don't achieve marine protection goals
International targets for protecting biodiversity appear to be out of reach. By 2020, countries with a coastline must establish Marine Protected Areas to ensure the conservation of wildlife and flora. According to a study by the WWF, the European Union is far from leading the way.
The Brief: The Green party has kicked off its European elections campaign
Environmental issues are climbing up the agenda for European voters, so what solutions exist when the political will turns from rhetoric to action?
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Poland's coal conundrum
In this episode of Insiders Euronews travels to Poland to look at the country's deadly dependence on coal.
What's behind Poland's love affair with coal?
Euronews' Sophie Claudet and Valerie Gauriat discuss the reasons behind Poland's continued dependence on coal.
Poland's coal paradox
Host of the #Cop24 Poland heavily depends on coal and tops the list of Europ's most polluting and CO2 emitting countries. Insiders takes you on a journey from the Czech Republic to the heart of Silesia, Poland's realm of coal, to hear from those to whom coal is either a lifeline or a plague.
"Insiders" talks to all sides on the great German coal divide
Despite its Green credentials Germany is a heavy user of coal, especially lignite, which comes from Europe's biggest opencast strip-mine. Now it wants to expand, but first it has to expel protesters from what remains of Hambach forest, which is due to disappear.
"Insiders" gets an expert's case against coal
Germany, a heavy user of dirty coal, has a high profile as an environmental leader, but that paradox has to change and the arguments for phasing out this fossil fuel are, says one expert, incontrovertible.
German energy giant clears climate protesters from Hambach forest
Central Europe's last primordial forest in Germany is about to be obliterated to dig up dirty and inefficient lignite coal, despite Berlin's trumpeted green credentials. Insiders talks to all sides of the story, but RWE refuses to comment.
Brief from Brussels: Plastic is not fantastic
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU draws the battle lines against plastics, announcing plans to ban single-use products, amid
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