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Nature restoration regulation

Pārskats 21-02-2024

During its February II plenary session, the European Parliament is expected to vote on the provisional agreement reached in trilogue on the 'nature restoration law', which aims to bring degraded ecosystems back to health across the EU. The agreement, endorsed by the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) on 29 November 2023, substantially amends the text originally proposed by the European Commission.

On 28 April 2023, the Commission made a proposal to update the EU framework on detergents and surfactants. During its February II plenary session, the European Parliament is due to vote on the report adopted on 14 February 2024 by its Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI).

Globālās problēmas, tostarp klimata pārmaiņas, ģeopolitiskie konflikti, demokrātijas principu erozija un sociālā nevienlīdzība, ietekmē cilvēku ikdienas dzīvi un nākotnes perspektīvas. Kopīga Eiropas reakcija nākamo 10 gadu laikā varētu palīdzēt risināt šīs problēmas un sniegt ieguvumus līdz pat 3 triljoniem eiro gadā. Tas ir aptuveni 18 % no ES iekšzemes kopprodukta (IKP), kas atbilst 6700 € uz vienu iedzīvotāju gadā. Atsaucoties uz Eiropas Parlamenta paveikto darbu 2019.–2024. gada sasaukuma laikā ...

On 17 November 2021, the European Commission tabled a proposal to revise EU rules on shipments of waste. The proposed regulation seeks to ease shipments of waste for reuse and recycling in the EU, to support the transition to a circular economy; ensure that waste exported from the EU is managed in an environmentally sound manner in the destination countries; and step up enforcement to counteract illegal shipments of waste. While supporting the proposed streamlining and digitalisation of procedures ...

On 30 November 2022, as part of the European Green Deal, the European Commission presented the legislative proposal for a Union certification framework for carbon removals. The initiative was first announced in the March 2020 new circular economy action plan and again highlighted in the climate target plan, as well as in the proposed 'fit for 55' revision of the regulation on land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF), as an essential tool to drive progress towards the 2050 climate neutrality ...

Today's European Parliament is an influential advocate and player in European Union environmental policy. Even before the 1979 direct elections, its Members took a keen interest in emerging new policy issues – such as the environment. When a dramatic fish kill occurred in the River Rhine, western Europe's major cross-border river and worst 'sewer', Members of the European Parliament used the attention in the European public sphere to argue and demand that the European Community should have an environmental ...

Forest reproductive material

Briefing 06-02-2024

On 5 July 2023, the European Commission put forward a proposal for a regulation on the production and marketing of forest reproductive material (FRM) to replace the current FRM Council Directive. The proposal would widen the scope of the current legislation to include not only FRM intended for forestry purposes, but also FRM intended for biodiversity conservation, restoration of forest ecosystems and climate adaptation and mitigation. The proposal would specify the rules for the production and marketing ...

In February, Parliament will vote on the report adopted by its Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) on a proposal regulating plants obtained by certain new genomic techniques. The text as voted will form Parliament's position for negotiations with the Council, which has still to agree on its position.

Following the Court of Justice of the European Union's 2022 judgment, declaring Directive 2012/19/EU on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) partially invalid, the European Commission proposed to align the directive with the judgment. The co-legislators reached a provisional agreement in November 2023. The agreed text now requires formal adoption by both institutions, and is set for a plenary vote in February 2024.