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Economic prosperity and decarbonisation must go hand in hand, says Czech Industry Minister

Czechia's Minister of Industry and Trade Jozef Síkela underlined that maintaining economic security and a realistic approach to climate goals will be crucial in the work of the next European Commission.

EU formally adopts first-of-its-kind nature restoration law

The European Council formally adopted the – first of its kind – regulation on nature restoration.

Romania launches consultation on the National Energy Strategy 2025-2035

Romania's Ministry of Energy launched a public consultation on the country's Energy Strategy for 2025-2035, with a perspective extending to 2050.

Agreement on Turów coal mine is implemented as expected

Poland's Minister of Climate and Environment and the Ambassador of Czechia to Poland discussed the implementation of the agreement on the Turów coal mine.

MOL Group’s Tiszaújváros site earns ISCC Plus Certification for sustainable recycling

MOL Group has received the ISCC Plus certificate for its chemical recycling activities at its Tiszaújváros site. The certificate verifies that the plant complies with the regulations and enables the company to create a comprehensive value chain that includes the entire life cycle of plastic waste.

Greece allocates € 52.1 million to restore degraded forest ecosystem

Five contracts, totalling 52.10 million euros were signed within the framework of the Greek Reforestation Plan, aimed at restoring degraded forest ecosystems.

V4 to strengthen geoparks cooperation

On the occasion of the Czech Presidency of the Visegrad Group, representatives of the national geopark commissions of the V4 countries met to discuss the importance of geoparks as examples of good practice in sustainable development. 

Biodiversity matters: uniting for global genetic diversity conservation

“Be part of the Plan” is the theme of this year's International Day of Biodiversity, a call to action for all stakeholders to halt and reverse the loss of biodiversity.

European Commission grants PCI status to CO2 value chain project developed by CCS Baltic Consortium

The European Commission has granted the status of Project of Common Interest (PCI) to the CO2 capture and transportation project in Lithuania and Latvia developed by CCS Baltic Consortium.

Estonia’s Ministry of Climate announces ‘Climate Resilient Economy Act’

Estonia's Ministry of Climate announced the content of the Climate Resilient Economy Act and the main changes that will result from it. The emphasis is on vigorous growth of clean energy production, preservation of nature and birth of new industries.

Serbia is the top performer in implementing Energy Community acquis

Serbia has been the regional top performer in implementing the Energy Community acquis in 2023, said Artur Lorkowski, Director of the Energy Community Secretariat.

Energy Efficiency Obligation scheme to accelerate development of energy efficiency market, says Hungarian regulating body

Exchange trading of Certified Energy Savings under the Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme (EEO) will accelerate the development of the energy efficiency market, confirmed Edit Juhász, President of the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (MEKH)

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