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Tuairimí atá idir lámha (updated on 12/01/2022)
Tagairt: 
NAT/838-EESC-2021
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Mar 23, 2022 Mar 24, 2022

The update of the 2006 Soil Thematic Strategy was announced in the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030. The aim of the new EU Soil Strategy will be to address soil- and land-related issues in a comprehensive way and to help achieve land degradation neutrality by 2030, one of the key targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Meamram faisnéise: New EU Soil Strategy

Tuairimí atá idir lámha (updated on 11/01/2022)
Tagairt: 
NAT/841-EESC
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Jun 15, 2022 Jun 16, 2022

Biodiversity, on which we all depend, is disappearing at an unprecedented rate. This initiative is one of the key measures announced in the EU’s 2030 Biodiversity Strategy.

Tuairimí atá idir lámha (updated on 08/01/2022)
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CCMI/187-EESC-2021
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May 18, 2022 May 19, 2022

This initiative wants to call on the European Commission to provide more integrated strategies for specific economic sectors, coordinating the various policies fields to an ongoing transition of our European economy. To this end, we have chosen the furniture sector to exemplify challenges and opportunities regarding the sector's recovery and green transition to a sustainable and circular economy (bio-economy), its technological transformation, mainly driven by the digitalisation of industrial processes, and the sector's overall target of managing the climate change.

Meamram faisnéise: The European furniture industry – Its recovery towards an innovative, green and circular economy

Tuairimí atá idir lámha (updated on 07/01/2022)
Tagairt: 
CCMI/186-EESC-2021
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May 18, 2022 May 19, 2022

European Union statistics clearly show the enormous amounts of packaging materials currently used for the safety, hygiene, transportation, conservation, presentation and application of all kinds of goods – be they for industrial purposes, construction work, communication systems or individual consumption. Most of them are of carbonic or metallic origin, which are limited resources. A largely predominant part of the waste of these packaging materials can, and mostly do, have a negative environmental impact and may seriously endanger human health as well as animal and plant well-being. Material transformation and recycling for the reuse of the basic substances can only very partially reduce the many problems connected.

Meamram faisnéise: Making packaging a safe, affordable and eco-friendly industry

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