Fossil-energy prices have played a big role in the cost-of-living crisis—and renewables are a big part of the solution.
The climate blueprints from EU member states are inadequate—and would forgo major socio-economic benefits.
The richest 10 per cent of Europeans are responsible for the same carbon emissions as the poorer half of the population.
Greening our economies offers a unique opportunity to improve job quality in Europe. Justice for workers should be at the core.
The Council of the EU’s position would continue to expose the poorest to toxic air for years to come.
The data show we are heading toward catastrophe, yet world leaders refuse to recognise the urgency of phasing out fossil fuels.
A year on from the breakthrough on climate-change funding, poor countries eye disappointment at the Dubai summit.
Titanium dioxide should remain classified as carcinogenic within the EU—despite industry interference.
Pursuit of industrial competitiveness and renewable technologies must avoid a backlash from disengaged citizens.
The Granada declaration will signal whether Europe’s leaders can rise to the climate, biodiversity and pollution crises.
A new approach is needed towards the photovoltaic industry in Europe.
A government beholden to the radical right, Lisa Pelling writes, is a warning to Europe the green transition can go into reverse.
Stricter European Union regulation of toxic chemicals is being jeopardised by corporate lobbying.
New European air laws can save lives and help the climate. A key vote takes place in the European Parliament today.
Firefighter numbers have been cut, when investment—especially in prevention—is key to stemming Europe’s wildfires.
A proposed EU regulation on methane emissions must be strengthened, not diluted, to address a planet on fire.
The ban on deep-sea mining risks losing its traction—and Europe is divided on the issue.
The movement is adapting its strategy to advocate for social climate policies.
Europe faces many challenges on the road to climate neutrality. Broad civil-society involvement is crucial for getting there.
Labour must not follow the Tories downwards, Paul Mason writes, as they grasp at electoral straws.
The EU aims to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 55 per cent by 2030. It must make strategic choices to realise 90 per cent by 2040.