Public and private pollution issues will be addressed with urgency and a holistic approach under a new cooperation agreement led by the European Commission and UN Environment Programme.
Making Europe the world's first climate-neutral continent is the primary goal of the recently introduced EU Commission proposal package.
Newly adopted European climate law is entering into force, ensuring climate neutrality in the EU in alignment with the Paris Agreement.
The Commission introduced new guidelines to make the EU aquaculture sector more resilient, increase competitiveness and improve climate performance within the industry.
The Commission plans to launch the carbon farming initiative by the end of 2021 based on the final report of a two-year study.
The European Commission has presented its Action Plan for the development of organic production until 2030.