Energy

Securing our energy future.

The clock is ticking - it's time for aviation to take action on emissions

The International Civil Aviation Organisation meets this week in Montreal to discuss how the sector will respond to climate change. But will their deal be sufficient to meet the requirements of the Paris Agreement?


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Shared mobility

04.05.2016

Interconnected with public transport services in European rural areas

FOLLOW THE EVENT LIVE Click on the speakers' names below to download their presentations Simultaneous interpretation in EN - DE - FR - I - NL  In the EU rural and remote areas new initiatives are increasing through the use of digital information tools for facilitating shared sustainable mobil...


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Rail sector

New EU rules will save time and money

The European Parliament today adopted new EU legislation setting out rules governing the rail sector in Europe. The 'technical pillar' of 4th Railway Package, sets out rules governing the rail sector in Europe, notably as regards  safety, interoperability and the strengthening of the European R...


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30th anniversary of Chernobyl nuclear disaster

26 April 2016

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. We must learn the lessons of history. We will continue to campaign - in the European Parliament and elsewhere - for an end to nuclear energy.


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Replies to the questionnaire to the Joint Research Centre (JRC)

Hearing - Committee of Inquiry on Emission Measurements in the Automotive Sector


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Replies to the questionnaire to the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)

Hearing - Committee of Inquiry on Emission Measurements in the Automotive Sector


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30 years since Chernobyl

07.04.2016

Witnesses of the past & nuclear power today

REGISTRATION CLOSEDThe maximum number of participants allowed under current security measures has been reached. PRESENTATION The 26th of April marks the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The name Chernobyl stands for a tragedy that forced thousands to leave their homes and has clai...


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EU nuclear industry analysis

EU Commission outlines high risk strategy, with reactor lifetime extensions of up to 60 years

The European Commission today presented a paper setting out its analysis on the future of nuclear power in Europe (the Community Nuclear Illustrative Programme - PINC). It is the first paper of its kind by the Juncker Commission and the first since the Fukushima accident in Japan. The Greens critic...


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Greens reject Commission's "rosy" vision of nuclear power

In spite of mounting evidence to the contrary, the European Commission is still dreaming of a nuclear Europe.


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PINC 2016

the Nuclear Illusory Programme

A reality check of the 2016 Nuclear Illustrative Programme prepared by the European Commission to be presented under Article 40 of the Euratom Treaty A report by Yves MARIGNAC and Manon BESNARD commissioned by Rebecca Harms, co-president of the Greens/EFA group and Claude Turmes, energy ...


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Greens/EFA Round up

Debriefing of the Strasbourg plenary week 7-11 March 2016

Greens/EFA priorities for the Strasbourg plenary included EU summit on the refugee crisis and Schengen, the possible re-approval of glyphosate, the report on tackling fraud with EU funds, women refugees and asylum seekers in focus on Women's Day, the controversial EU deal with tobacco industry, the report on children's rights in criminal proceedings


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