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MOL Group takes another step towards circular economy by signing new partnership with PRS

In the framework of its updated long-term strategy, MOL recently announced that it will spend one billion US dollars in the next five years on new, low-carbon and sustainable projects to become a key player in CEE in the circular economy.

PGE responds to the Court of Justice: campaign against Turów mine threatens the European Green Deal

PGE submitted a response to the Court of Justice of the EU regarding the case of the Turów mine, which is requested to close immediately. For PGE, the Czech government’s demands are a dangerous precedent.

NGOs and stakeholders call for an EU Strategy for Sustainable Built Environment

31 NGOs and stakeholders have signed a letter in which they call upon the EU to deliver an EU Strategy for a Sustainable Built Environment as part of its implementation of the EU Circular Economy Action Plan.

Slovenia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry believes that a coal phase-out by 2033 is premature

The Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry believes that a coal phase-out by 2033 is a premature decision and the appropriate deadline should be somewhere between 2037 and 2040, similar to what is planned in Germany.

Hungary’s business sector must make a greater effort to reach carbon neutrality

For the first time, research has been conducted on the status quo of the Hungarian business sector in relation to carbon-neutral operations and the picture is not so bright.

Serbia takes decisive step by adopting its first Law on Climate Change

Serbia’s National Assembly has adopted the country’s first Law on Climate Change. It is the first country in the Western Balkans to adopt such a law, confirming Serbia's compliance with the EU’s climate agenda.

Ukraine is ready to make a sustainable shift in its agriculture sector

Ukraine plans to attract financial support of 4.2 million euros to the climate-friendly transformation of its agriculture sector, said Deputy Minister of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Iryna Stavchuk.

Poland enables the protection of habitats and species by signing a new forest management plan

Signing a new annex to the forest management plan for the Białowieża Forest District, Poland is fully implementing the 2018 judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union.

How to reach long term decarbonisation in the V4 region?

The online webinar organised by REKK in the framework of the V4 Energy Think Tank Platform focused on some key aspects of the realisation of the 2050 decarbonisation in the Visegrád region.

Denmark to contribute to the rehabilitation of the district heating network in Ukraine

Denmark will contribute to the rehabilitation of the district heating network in Ukraine’s city of Kremenchuk with a total investment of 12.7 million euro.

Harm to the environment cannot be part of global supply chains

The European Parliament is paving the way for a new law that requires companies to address human rights and environmental standards within their value chains.

Hungary establishes its Coal Region Committee to assist the transformation of Mátra power plant

The Coal Region Committee will be the first permanent platform supporting the coal phase-out in Hungary and providing input to the sustainable, environmentally friendly transformation of the Mátra Power Plant.

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