Environment

What happens to our holiday garbage?  

Wednesday 13 September 2017 | Marzia Bona
Lorenzo Ferrari
| OBC Transeuropa

In tourist areas across Europe, the waste generated by tourism is managed by recycling and disposal systems that are often inefficient, as data collected in various European countries reveals


The carbon footprint of European ships 

Monday 09 December 2019 | Stefano Valentino
| VoxEurop
MobileReporter

The first of its kind, a new study quantifies the volume of European shipping companies’ greenhouse gas emissions. Despite being among the most polluting companies, European fleets are under no obligation to reduce their emissions. 


Global Forest Watch (GFW)

Friday 13 September 2019 | OBC Transeuropa

Global Forest Watch offers the latest data, technology and tools that empower people everywhere to better protect forests.


Estimates of agricultural support

Tuesday 20 August 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

How are agricultural policies evolving in Europe?


Global Forest Resources Assessment 2015

Tuesday 20 August 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

How are the world's forests changing?


Marine protected areas (Protected Planet)

Monday 02 September 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

The oceans occupy more than 70% of the Earth's surface and abound in extremely diverse ecosystems. The Protected Planet website covers more than 15,000 marine protected areas around the world.


Protected Planet

Friday 25 October 2019 | OBC Transeuropa

Protected Planet is the most up to date and complete source of information on terrestrial and marine protected areas, managed by the United Nations' Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre.


Share of energy from renewable sources

Thursday 11 July 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

Where do European countries stand in terms of renewable energies? 


Animal production in Europe (Eurostat)

Thursday 11 July 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

How has animal production in Europe evolved over the past several decades?


Changes in glacier elevation and mass since 1850

Thursday 11 July 2019 | Alternatives Economiques

The evolution of the mass or elevation of glaciers is a natural and reliable indicator of climate change. Changes that have a direct impact on sea level.