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Do the number of public charging sites make a critical difference in increasing electric vehicle acceptance in the EU? Not really, says Transport & Environment study

Public chargers are used for only 5% of charging events, while charging cars at home and/or at work supply the rest

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The toxic legacy of air pollution

The risks to brains and babies

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PAST 1 Oct 2018

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The Irish Climate Change Advisory Council’s Growing Frustration with Government Inaction

A forceful stance on the Irish government’s continual refusal to address the corrective measures to put a stop to the increasing GHG emissions.

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PAST 1 Sep 2018

COMMENTARY

Water in the city – from EEA Signals (2018)

The challenge: ensuring a reliable clean water supply, treating waste water and preparing for floods or scarcity

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PAST 1 Oct 2018

PODCASTS

Interview with Monika Zelinska, Academy of European Law (ERA)

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PAST 1 Sep 2018

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Special Protection Areas (SPA)

Protecting habitats of migratory birds and certain threatened birds in the EU

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PAST 1 Oct 2018

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The radical history and dockless future of bikeshares – from Grist

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PAST 1 Oct 2018