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Winners of EEA’s ‘REDISCOVER Nature’ photo competition announced

16. november 2020, EEA, Novice, Okolje

A praying mantis in Cyprus, a huddle of butterflies resembling a flower, galloping Galician horses and an alpine sunset in Slovakia are the winners of this year’s European Environment Agency’s ‘REDISCOVER Nature’ photo competition announced today.

Winners of EEA’s ‘REDISCOVER Nature’ photo competition announced

Objavljeno 16.11.2020 v/na EEA

Marked improvement in Europe's air quality over past decade, fewer deaths linked to pollution

23.11.2020, EEA

Better air quality has led to a significant reduction of premature deaths over the past decade in Europe. However, the European Environment Agency’s (EEA) latest official data show that almost all Europeans still suffer from air pollution, leading to about 400,000 premature deaths across the continent.

Emerging trends: What are the environmental impacts of artificial meat, delivery drones, blockchain and synthetic biology?

20.11.2020, EEA

Assessing the environment’s prospects in a fast-changing world requires the consideration of emerging trends. A series of joint European Environment Agency (EEA) and Eionet briefings, published today, explores the potential environmental and policy impacts from four emerging technological innovations.

Still insufficient progress in making transport fuels more climate friendly, latest EEA data show

19.11.2020, EEA

Achieving the 2020 target to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transport fuels remains problematic for most European Union Member States according to the latest reported data up to 2018 released by the European Environment Agency (EEA) today.

COVID-19 measures have mixed impacts on the environment

5.11.2020, EEA

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting restrictions imposed to fight the spread of the disease have provided some short-term positive impacts on Europe’s environment, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing published today. These include temporary improvements in air quality, lower greenhouse gas emissions and lower levels of noise pollution. However, the assessment also stresses that there have been negative consequences such as increased use of single-use plastics, and that ways out of the pandemic should focus on reshaping our unsustainable production and consumption systems to achieve long-term environmental benefits.

Developing accounting methods for land cover changes

27.10.2020, EEA

The European Environment Agency (EEA) has developed land accounts that allow for assessing changes in land cover types. These changes can have environmental impacts, such as decline in biodiversity, reduced carbon stocks, or weakened capacity for food production and flood regulation.

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