The European Union’s ambitious target to become carbon neutral by 2050 is needed more than ever as the region recovers from the economic recession caused by the coronavirus, the deputy director ...
Among its wide project portfolio INEA supports many actions devoted to promoting the uptake of alternative fuels for transport...
International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Secretary General, Guy Platten, addressed the Ministerial International Maritime Summit on Crew Changes hosted by the United Kingdom in London to urge national ...
European transport must be carbon-neutral at the latest by 2050, with clear mid-term milestones set for 2030 and 2040...
After many years of negotiations, the European Parliament by a large majority has voted to adopt the new regulations as outlined below; from an Irish perspective there are both positive and negative o...
​​​The potential of electric commercial vehicles to mitigate climate change and reduce air pollution is commonly underestimated...
After three years of discussion and debate, the European Union’s Mobility Package 1 has been adopted by the European Parliament...
Among its wide project portfolio INEA supports many actions devoted to promoting the uptake of alternative fuels for transport...
To become climate-neutral by 2050, Europe needs to transform its energy system, which accounts for 75% of the EU's greenhouse gas emissions...
DISCLAIMER: All opinions in this column reflect the views of the author(s) Transport ministers from nine EU countries are calling upon the European Parliament to make adjustments to the first ...
New EU rules on road transport aim to end distortion of competition in the sector while providing better working conditions for drivers...
Due to the heightened humanitarian crisis due to lack of sufficient action by governments in ensuring crew changes happen, European and International maritime industry stakeholders joined forces to se...
To decarbonise maritime transport, the Environment Committee voted on Tuesday to include CO2 emissions from the maritime sector in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS)...
The shutdown of production and sales imposed by EU member states to fight COVID‐19 has caused a significant build‐up of stocks at automobile manufacturers, importers and dealers...
WHAT, WHERE and WHEN? On 8 July, the college of European Commissioners will formally adopt its EU Hydrogen Strategy to help decarbonise the EU economy...
With discussions ongoing to reach an agreement on the European Commission’s proposed €750bn Next Generation EU fund to support post pandemic recovery and steer future investments under the&...
On Thursday 2 June, the European Commission (DG Move) finally published the report of a study on social aspects of maritime transport in the EU...
Requiring oil companies to buy EU pollution permits for diesel and petrol sold to motorists would not lead to significant emissions reductions, a new expert study has found...
The EU’s new implementation plan of the Motorways of the Sea (MoS) concept has reinvented their core principles, with a new focus on a concept of a sustainable, seamless and smart European Marit...
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