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Sustainability around the world – the Great Reset

Sustainability around the world Sustainability around the world   The Environmental Performance Index assesses 180 countries on their environmental health and vitality of their ecosystems. European countries dominate the top 10. Index aims to identify where more work is needed and guide policy-makers. The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) looks at sustainability around the

Gas emission cut affected by CoVID19 pandemic

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Gas emission cut affected by CoVID19 pandemic Gas emission cut affected by CoVID19 pandemic Quarantining and lockdowns have forced many countries' industries to shut down, with many factories closing their doors. Nitrogen dioxide emissions are a major air pollutant, and are closely linked to factory

Circular Economy: Today only 9%, towards the full scale

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Circular Economy: Today only 9%, towards the full scale Circular Economy: Today only 9%, towards the full scale The immense progress in human development over the past century has provided incredible opportunities for many, yet it has been largely fueled by rapid and accelerating dependency on natural resources – and the extraction

Simovic: Together and strongly we build rural infrastructure in Montenegro

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Deputy PM of Montenegro Milutin Simovic: Together and strongly we build rural infrastructure This year the Government allocated more than EUR 1 million for the construction of rural water supply systems throughout Montenegro, which continues to boost the living conditions of rural residents and the conditions for further development of agriculture

National Investment Commission Montenegro: Support for Infrastructure projects provided

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National Investment Commission of Montenegro Session National Investment Commission of Montenegro: Support for Infrastructure projects provided At the session, chaired by Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković, the National Investment Commission adopted the Work Report for the period July-December 2019 and submitted it to the Government of Montenegro for approval. The Report

Common chargers for mobile phones and tablets in Europe

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The European Parliament calls on the Commission to put forward beefed-up rules on common chargers by July 2020 at the latest. There is an “urgent need for EU regulatory action” to reduce electronic waste and empower consumers to make sustainable choices, MEPs say in a resolution approved by 582 votes to

European Green Deal: a climate-neutral EU 2050

The Environment Council had an exchange of views on the EU environment and climate policy in the new legislative term. This discussion highlighted member states' views on the commitments and actions needed in the new legislative term, including the European Green Deal. At the European Council meeting of 12 December

EU intellectual property protection in global markets

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The European Commission published the latest report on protection and enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in third countries. While developments have taken place since the publication of the previous report, concerns persist and a number of areas for improvement and action remain to be addressed. Intellectual property rights infringements worldwide

The smallest states in the world: economic challenges and potentials

Small states face unique development challenges. Due to their small population (i.e., those with a population of 1.5 million or less) and economic base, these countries are particularly vulnerable to exogenous shocks, such as natural disasters and climate change. With limited economic opportunities and significant migration, they often face capacity constraints. The

Davos 2020 meeting outlines

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The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos is the foremost creative force for engaging the world's top leaders in collaborative activities to shape the global, regional and industry agendas at the beginning of each year. It brings together 3,000 participants from around the world, and aim to give concrete

How the Circular Economy could look like in 2030

By 2030, we are living in a global circular economy that has become ‘intentionally transparent’. This open mindset has released a surge in trust throughout the world’s supply chains that encourages higher visibility and greater control over responsible sourcing. We now have ethical and sustainable circular supply chains in which

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