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The European Resource Efficiency Platform has published a manifesto calling on business, labour and civil society leaders to support resource efficiency and the transformation to a circular economy and society.
As the European Environment Agency reports falls in EU emissions of greenhouse gases, with the largest absolute fall in the UK, a new campaign aims to demonstrate how climate action can increase welfare and bring economic benefits.
Marking World Water Week, running from the 26 to 31 August, Europe's Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs issued a statement on the EU's commitment to water and sanitation projects, for drinking, hygiene and food production.
The European Commission has announced a consultation on the possible introduction of EU-wide measures related to sustainable consumption and production, open to citizens, organisations and public authorities.
The EC's Energy Roadmap 2050 explores how the EU can achieve its goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 80%-95% below 1990 levels by 2050, while also improving the competitiveness and the security of supply.
Eva Cahill, Chief Executive Officer of Kinelea, surveys recent developments and future plans for European policy and action on corporate social responsiblity, including a renewed EU strategy.