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Electric Cars In Europe Will Triple By 2021

After several years of timid growth, carmakers in the European Union will be offering 214 electric car models in 2021 – up from the 60 available today, according to data from industry source IHS Markit. The analysis, published by Brussels-based environmental NGO Transport & Environment, concludes that the number of car models will triple in just three years because of intense recent work work by … Continue reading Electric Cars In Europe Will Triple By 2021

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European Federation of Wooden Pallet and Packaging Manufacturers Welcomes Changes to Packaging Waste Directive

FEFPEB has welcomed an important change to the European Union’s Packaging & Packaging Waste Directive, which affects how recycling targets for wooden packaging are calculated, following work by the industry. The European Union has accepted that wood used in both the reuse and repair of pallets and packaging have to be included in the calculation of recycling rates. FEFPEB has informed its members about the … Continue reading European Federation of Wooden Pallet and Packaging Manufacturers Welcomes Changes to Packaging Waste Directive

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In Europe, Facts Don’t Win Over Theories When it Comes to Biofuel

Europe’s demonstrated preference for ideology over science explains why Europe is both the most vocal climate proponent on the world stage and also the most wasteful and ineffective one, Eric Sievers, director of investments at Ethanol Europe, told EURACTIV.com in an interview. “That’s the danger of ideology, a situation in which folks who think they are fighting oil spend an entire decade spreading misinformation about … Continue reading In Europe, Facts Don’t Win Over Theories When it Comes to Biofuel