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Greens take EFSA to court over glyphosate data

The Greens have taken legal action in a bid to force the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to release data relating to non-public studies of glyphosate toxicity, the group... 01-06-2017

No win for a better access to justice in the EU

The Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee sent us its final findings awaiting approval by the Convention's Parties in the case that Justice and Environment started. We... 29-05-2017

A dark outlook: the health impacts of coal-fired power plants in Spain during 2014

Yesterday J&E Spain i.e. IIDMA launched a report entitled “A dark outlook: the health impacts of coal-fired power plants in Spain during 2014” in which they quantify the... 26-05-2017

J&E is at the 12th European Nuclear Energy Forum in Prague

Follow our tweets at @JustEnviNet 23-05-2017

The newest infringement package of the Commission

Check which countries performed badly in applying EU law 18-05-2017

Today a joint declaration of establishing a European #Natura2000 Day has been signed at European Commission.

Do you know what day is this Sunday? It is Natura Day since 21st May is officially designated as "European Natura 2000 Day" by the European Commission to mark the... 15-05-2017

EU prosecutes UK over sewage breaches

The EU court has delivered another environmental judgment against the UK for failing to treat sewage in urban areas properly. Read the full story on ENDS:... 12-05-2017

Spain loses case over renewables support cuts

The World Bank’s investment dispute arbitration panel (ICSID) has ordered the Spanish government to pay €128 million plus interest to solar thermal investors hit by its... 11-05-2017

One in three coal plants face closure amid new EU limits

A third of Europe’s coal-fired power will have to close by 2021 unless operators undertake costly retrofitting to meet stricter limits on industrial emissions, a new report... 10-05-2017